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Imperativ

Presens

Preteritum

Supinum

1

accept

1

acceptera

acceptera

accepterar

accepterade

accepterat

2

act

1

agera

agera

agerar

agerade

agerat

3

be careful with, take care of, guard, protect

1

akta

akta

aktar

aktade

aktat

4

wet-nurse, breastfeed

1

amma

amma

ammar

ammade

ammat

5

suspect, think, believe, imagine, have a feeling (idea)

1

ana

ana

anar

anade

anat

6

breathe, respire

1

andas

andas

andas

andades

andats

4 starka anhålla

anhåll

anhåller

anhöll

anhållit

7

1. request, ask, apply for 2. take into custody, arrest, apprehend, detain Grupp Infinitiv

8

arrive, reach

2a

anlända

anländ

anländer

anlände

anlänt

9

arrange, organize

1

anordna

anordna

anordnar

anordnade

anordnat

10

adapt, adjust, suit

1

anpassa

anpassa

anpassar

anpassade

anpassat

11

consider, regard

anse

anse

anser

ansåg

ansett

12

strain, exert

2a

anstränga

ansträng

anstränger

ansträngde

ansträngt

13

employ, engage, take on, (hire US)

2a

anställa

anställ

anställer

anställde

anställt

14

apply for

2b

ansöka

ansök

ansöker

ansökte

ansökt

15

note, make a note of, record 1

anteckna

anteckna

antecknar

antecknade

antecknat

4 oregelb. 16

1. use, apply
2. wear, carry

2a

använda

använd

använder

använde

använt

17

work

1

arbeta

arbeta

arbetar

arbetade

arbetat

18

arrest

1

arrestera

arrestera

arresterar

arresterade

arresterat

19

knock the ash off

1

aska

aska

askar…...

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