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"Sorry" in Swedish?

The only way I know of to say "sorry" in Swedish is "Jag är ledsen," and I was just wondering if there was another, possibly shorter way, such as just saying "Sorry" in English as opposed to "I am sorry".

For learning: Swedish
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Yes, you can say "Förlåt". However, for smaller things a lot of people actually say "sorry". Especially younger people.

    "Förlåt (mig)" = "Forgive me".
    "Ursäkta (mig)" = "excuse me".

    "Förlåt" sounds like "flåt" when pronounced quickly.

    Förlåt

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