See also: trada and trăda

Swedish Edit

Etymology 1 Edit

From the verb (see Etymology 2 below).

Noun Edit

träda c

  1. fallow
    att låta halfva åkerjorden årligen ligga i träda, utan att lämna någon afkastning
    to let half of the fields each year lie fallow, without yielding any crop
    Den del af trädan, som skall vårsås
    The part of the fallow, to be spring-sown
Declension Edit
Declension of träda 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative träda trädan trädor trädorna
Genitive trädas trädans trädors trädornas
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Etymology 2 Edit

From Old Swedish trædha, from Middle Low German treden, from Old Saxon *tredan, from Proto-West Germanic *tredan, from Proto-Germanic *trudaną. Doublet of tråda, from Old Norse.

Verb Edit

träda (present träder, preterite trädde, supine trätt, imperative träd)

  1. (often somewhat formal) to walk (in a somewhat slow and dignified manner, usually crossing some boundary); to step, to walk
    Synonym: (step in) stiga in
    Han trädde in i rummet
    He stepped into the room
  2. (figurative) come into (effect), enter into (service/the picture), step in, emerge from, etc. (various expressions)
    träda i kraft
    to come into effect
    träda in i bilden
    enter into the picture
    En ny bild trädde fram
    A new image emerged
    En man trädde fram ur dimman
    A man emerged from the mist
    träda in i en roll
    enter into a role
    Han trädde in när den tidigare chefen slutade
    He stepped in when the previous manager left
  3. to thread (beads on a string), commonly contracted to trä
  4. to plow (a fallow)
Usage notes Edit

Often with a particle like in (in), ut (out), fram (forth), or tillbaks (back).

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