prøve

See also: prove

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DanishEdit

NounEdit

prøve c (singular definite prøven, plural indefinite prøver)

  1. trial, test, examination
  2. rehearsal, audition
  3. proof
  4. sample, specimen
  5. pattern, swatch
  6. taste

InflectionEdit

VerbEdit

prøve ‎(imperative prøv, infinitive at prøve, present tense prøver, past tense prøvede, perfect tense har prøvet)

  1. try
  2. test
  3. try out
  4. try on
  5. experience, go through
  6. rehearse

Norwegian BokmålEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Medieval Latin proba, via Middle Low German prove

NounEdit

prøve f, m ‎(definite singular prøva or prøven, indefinite plural prøver, definite plural prøvene)

  1. test
  2. sample
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin probare, via Middle Low German proven and Old Norse prófa

VerbEdit

prøve ‎(imperative prøv, present tense prøver, passive prøves, simple past prøvde, past participle prøvd, present participle prøvende)

  1. to try
    prøve på - to try on (clothing)
  2. to rehearse
Derived termsEdit

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