rapporter

DanishEdit

NounEdit

rapporter

  1. indefinite plural of rapport

VerbEdit

rapporter

  1. imperativ of rapportere

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French rapporter (attested since the mid-twelfth century), equivalent to re- +‎ apporter.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ʁa.pɔʁ.te/
  • (file)

VerbEdit

rapporter (transitive)

  1. to bring back (physically bring something back from where it came from)
    Rapportez-moi quelque chose de vos voyages.
    Bring me back something from your travels.
  2. to retrieve
    rapporter le gibier
    to retrieve game
  3. to fetch
    Vas-y, Rex ! Rapporte !
    Go fetch, Rex.
  4. to take back (physically take something back to where it was)
    Rapporte-le à la maison.
    Take it back home.
  5. to take on (assume responsibility of)
    rapporter un projet
    to take on a project
  6. to report, to tell about (give a report of something experienced)
    Le Monde rapporte que []
    Le Monde reports that []
    Il m'a rapporté son succès.
    He told me about his success.
  7. to report (to tell an authority about a mishappening)
  8. to bring in, to yield
  9. to bring back (remind about the past)
    Cette image rapporte tant de souvenirs.
    This picture brings back so many memories.
  10. to earn (a point)
    Ce coup te rapporte un point.
    This play earns you one point.

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

NounEdit

rapporter m

  1. indefinite plural of rapport

VerbEdit

rapporter

  1. imperative of rapportere

SwedishEdit

NounEdit

rapporter

  1. indefinite plural of rapport.