witwassen

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EtymologyEdit

wit +‎ wassen

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VerbEdit

witwassen ‎(past singular waste wit, past participle witgewassen)

  1. to wash up, clean especially with a whitening agent
  2. to launder money; to guise something illegal as legal

ConjugationEdit

Inflection of witwassen (weak with strong past participle, separable)
infinitive witwassen
past singular waste wit
past participle witgewassen
infinitive witwassen
gerund witwassen n
verbal noun
main clause subordinate clause
present tense past tense present tense past tense
1st person singular was wit waste wit witwas witwaste
2nd person sing. (jij) wast wit waste wit witwast witwaste
2nd person sing. (u) wast wit waste wit witwast witwaste
2nd person sing. (gij) wast wit waste wit witwast witwaste
3rd person singular wast wit waste wit witwast witwaste
plural wassen wit wasten wit witwassen witwasten
subjunctive sing.1 wasse wit waste wit witwasse witwaste
subjunctive plur.1 wassen wit wasten wit witwassen witwasten
imperative sing. was wit
imperative plur.1 wast wit
participles witwassend witgewassen
1) Archaic.

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