trekke

DutchEdit

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German trecken; cognate with Danish trække.

VerbEdit

trekke ‎(imperative trekk, present tense trekker, passive trekkes, simple past trakk, past participle trukket)

  1. to pull
  2. to draw (e.g. a conclusion)
  3. (cooking) to steep (soak an item in liquid)
  4. (zoology, of animals, birds etc.) to migrate

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West FrisianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Frisian trekka, from Proto-Germanic *trakjaną ‎(to drag), causative of Proto-Germanic *trekaną ‎(to push, draw, scratch), from Proto-Indo-European *dereg- ‎(to pull). Compare Low German trecken, Dutch trekken.

VerbEdit

trekke

  1. to pull

Usage notesEdit

Note that triek, triekst and trieken can be used as synonyms for truts, trutst and trutsen, respectively.

ConjugationEdit

Infinitive: trekke
Present tense Past tense
person singular plural singular plural
1st ik trek wy trekke ik truts wy trutsen
2nd do/dû trekst jimme trekke do/dû trutst jimme trutsen
3rd hy/sy trekt hja trekke hy/sy truts hja trutsen
Present participle Imperative Auxiliary Past participle
trekkend (trekkende) trek hawwe trutsen

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