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See also: Lager, läger, låger, and Läger

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Etymology 1Edit

 
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A pint of lager.

From German Lagerbier (beer made for storing), from Lager (store).

NounEdit

lager (plural lagers)

  1. A type of beer, brewed using a bottom-fermenting yeast.
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VerbEdit

lager (third-person singular simple present lagers, present participle lagering, simple past and past participle lagered)

  1. To store (lager beer) at a low temperature for maturing and clarification.

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NounEdit

lager (plural lagers)

  1. Alternative spelling of laager

VerbEdit

lager (third-person singular simple present lagers, present participle lagering, simple past and past participle lagered)

  1. Alternative spelling of laager

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Etymology 1Edit

From German Lager

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lager n (singular definite lageret, plural indefinite lagre)

  1. store, warehouse
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NounEdit

lager c (singular definite lageren, plural indefinite lagere)

  1. (rare) lager (type of beer)
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AdjectiveEdit

lager

  1. Comparative form of laag; lower

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NounEdit

lager n (plural lagers, diminutive lagertje n)

  1. (archaic) bearing (a metal block or other construction holding a rotating axis in position)
  2. (archaic) beer of low fermentation (also Lagerbier ‘lager beer’; from identical German)

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lager

  1. First-person singular present of lagern. (colloquial)
  2. Imperative singular of lagern. (colloquial)

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lager m (genitive singular lagers, nominative plural lagerar)

  1. stock, inventory
  2. store, stock room

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Etymology 1Edit

From German Lager

NounEdit

lager n (definite singular lageret, indefinite plural lager or lagre, definite plural lagra or lagrene)

  1. a warehouse
  2. a bearing (mechanical part)
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

lager

  1. present tense of lage

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From German Lager

NounEdit

lager n (definite singular lageret, indefinite plural lager, definite plural lagera)

  1. a warehouse
  2. a bearing (mechanical part)

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NounEdit

lager n, c

  1. a store, a warehouse; a place where things are stored, for example before they are moved out to the sales area in a shop
  2. a supply, stock; the things in a store
  3. a layer; a single thickness of some material covering a surface
  4. a stratum; one of several parallel horizontal layers of material arranged one on top of another
  5. a bearing; a mechanical device that supports another part and/or reduces friction, especially between rotating parts.
  6. a laurel, a crown of laurel, an academic merit c
    där de härliga lagrarna gro
    where the wonderful laurels grow (i.e. at the university)
    vila inte på lagrarna
    don't rest on your laurels (don't let old victories make you lazy)
  7. a lager; a type of beer c

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Declension of lager 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative lager lagret lager lagren
Genitive lagers lagrets lagers lagrens
Declension of lager 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative lager lagern lagrar lagrarna
Genitive lagers lagerns lagrars lagrarnas
Declension of lager 7
Uncountable
Indefinite Definite
Nominative lager lagern
Genitive lagers lagerns

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