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  • 281 womenfolk

    n. kvinnofolk
    * * *
    noun plural (female people, especially female relatives.) kvinnfolk, kvinnor

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  • 282 woollens

    noun plural (clothes (especially jumpers etc) made of wool: Woollens should be washed by hand.) yllekläder, -plagg

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  • 283 work

    adj. arbets-
    n. arbete; verksamhet; yrke; sysselsättning; arbetsplats; verk; gärning; göromål; kraftansträngning
    v. arbeta; fungera; sätta i gång; sköta; bearbeta; lyckas; orsaka; driva; lösa; arbeta sig fram
    * * *
    [wə:k] 1. noun
    1) (effort made in order to achieve or make something: He has done a lot of work on this project) arbete
    2) (employment: I cannot find work in this town.) arbete, jobb
    3) (a task or tasks; the thing that one is working on: Please clear your work off the table.) arbete, grejor
    4) (a painting, book, piece of music etc: the works of Van Gogh / Shakespeare/Mozart; This work was composed in 1816.) verk
    5) (the product or result of a person's labours: His work has shown a great improvement lately.) arbete
    6) (one's place of employment: He left (his) work at 5.30 p.m.; I don't think I'll go to work tomorrow.) arbete, jobb
    2. verb
    1) (to (cause to) make efforts in order to achieve or make something: She works at the factory three days a week; He works his employees very hard; I've been working on/at a new project.) [] arbeta (jobba)
    2) (to be employed: Are you working just now?) arbeta, jobba, ha arbete (jobb)
    3) (to (cause to) operate (in the correct way): He has no idea how that machine works / how to work that machine; That machine doesn't/won't work, but this one's working.) [] fungera
    4) (to be practicable and/or successful: If my scheme works, we'll be rich!) fungera, lyckas, klaffa
    5) (to make (one's way) slowly and carefully with effort or difficulty: She worked her way up the rock face.) arbeta sig
    6) (to get into, or put into, a stated condition or position, slowly and gradually: The wheel worked loose.) börja bli
    7) (to make by craftsmanship: The ornaments had been worked in gold.) arbeta, bearbeta
    - - work
    - workable
    - worker
    - works
    3. noun plural
    1) (the mechanism (of a watch, clock etc): The works are all rusted.) urverk, mekanism
    2) (deeds, actions etc: She's devoted her life to good works.) gärningar
    - work-box
    - workbook
    - workforce
    - working class
    - working day
    - work-day
    - working hours
    - working-party
    - work-party
    - working week
    - workman
    - workmanlike
    - workmanship
    - workmate
    - workout
    - workshop
    - at work
    - get/set to work
    - go to work on
    - have one's work cut out
    - in working order
    - out of work
    - work of art
    - work off
    - work out
    - work up
    - work up to
    - work wonders

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  • 284 works

    n. fabrik; arbete; mekanism; bruk; verk; konstverk, handarbete; misshandlande, illa behandling
    * * *
    noun singular or noun plural (a factory etc: The steelworks is/are closed for the holidays.) -verk

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  • 285 writings

    n. skrift
    * * *
    noun plural (the collected books, poems, correspondence etc of a particular (usually famous) person: the writings of Plato.) skrifter, verk

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  • 286 X-rays

    [eks'reiz] 1. noun plural
    (rays which can pass through many substances impossible for light to pass through, and which produce a picture of the object through which they have passed.) röntgenstrålar
    2. verb
    (to take a photograph of using X-rays: They X-rayed my arm to see if it was broken.) röntga

    English-Swedish dictionary > X-rays

  • 287 young

    adj. ung; ny, färsk; oerfaren, "grön"
    n. unga, den yngre generationen; valp, valpar; nyfödd unge (djur)
    * * *
    1. adjective
    (in the first part of life, growth, development etc; not old: a young person; Young babies sleep a great deal; A young cow is called a calf.) ung, liten
    2. noun plural
    (the group of animals or birds produced by parents: Most animals defend their young.) ungar
    - the young

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  • 288 plural

    adj. plural
    n. pluralform
    * * *
    noun, adjective
    ((in) the form of a word which expresses more than one: `Mice' is the plural of `mouse'; a plural noun/verb; Is the verb in the singular or the plural?) plural

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  • 289 noun

    n. substantiv
    * * *
    (a word used as the name of a person, animal, place, state or thing: The words `boy', `James' and `happiness' are all nouns.) substantiv

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  • 290 proper noun/name

    (a noun or name which names a particular person, thing or place (beginning with a capital letter): `John' and `New York' are proper nouns.) egennamn

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  • 291 dual plural

    dubbel plural (metod använd för att sätta ett substantiv i plural för att visa att en sak existerar i par)

    English-Swedish dictionary > dual plural

  • 292 abstract noun

    abstrakt substantiv

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  • 293 collective noun

    kollektivt substantiv (substantiv med singularform som har en pluralismening)

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  • 294 common noun

    artnamn, appellativ (grammatik-namn som betecknar en av de som tillhör samma klass)

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  • 295 concrete noun

    konkret ord

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  • 296 noun declension

    böjning av substantiv

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  • 297 proper noun

    egennamn (förnamn, namn som är speciellt för varje person och som han fick vid födseln)

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  • 298 verbal noun


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  • 299 ability

    n. förmåga; skicklighet
    * * *
    plural - abilities; noun
    1) (the power, knowledge etc to do something: I shall do the job to the best of my ability.) förmåga
    2) (a skill: a man of many abilities.) begåvning, färdighet

    English-Swedish dictionary > ability

  • 300 absurdity

    n. orimlighet, absurditet; befängdhet
    * * *
    ( plural absurdities) noun absurditet, orimlighet

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