Mr. Zhang / 张老师
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Swedish verbs about having enough... I just learned a few Swedish verbs that have no English equivalent, and they all seem to deal with having enough of something. I wanted to know if there are any more. So far, I've picked up on (all in the present tense): Räcker - To have enough Hinner - To have enough time / make it in time Orkar - To have enough energy It seems like Swedish has different verbs depending on what we have enough of. Are there anymore verbs like this? What other verbs exist in Swedish that don't have English equivalents?
Dec 10, 2016 5:45 PM
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There are several words that are untranslateable in all languages I think. You can find some words in Swedish here: https://litterarahandelser.com/2014/10/22/ord-som-saknas-i-engelskan/
January 29, 2017
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Mr. Zhang / 张老师
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Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Other), English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish
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French, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish