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DutchEdit

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

koos

  1. singular past indicative of kiezen

EstonianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Derived from kogu.

PrepositionEdit

koos

  1. (governs the comitative) with, together with
    Ta on koos minuga.
    He's with me.

PostpositionEdit

koos

  1. (governs the comitative) with, together with
    Ta oli ju meiega koos.
    He was with us, wasn't he?

AdverbEdit

koos

  1. together
    Lähme kõik koos.
    Let's all go together
  2. covered or soiled with something
    Saapad on sitaga koos.
    The boots are covered in shit.

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Low German kōrs, ultimately from Latin cursus.

NounEdit

koos (genitive koosi, partitive koosi)

  1. (uncommon) course (direction of travel)
    Laev on Vormsi koosis.
    The ship is on course for Vormsi.

DeclensionEdit

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