abstrakt

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Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin abstractus

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abstrakt m (feminine abstrakte, masculine plural abstraktë, feminine plural abstrakte)

  1. abstract

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Czech[edit]

Noun[edit]

abstrakt m

  1. abstract (an abridgement or summary)

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Danish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin abstractus, past participle of abstrahere (draw away, withdraw).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /abstrakt/, [ɑb̥ˈsd̥ʁaɡ̊d̥]

Noun[edit]

abstrakt n (singular definite abstraktet, plural indefinite abstrakter)

  1. abstract (that which is abstract)
  2. abstract noun
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Adjective[edit]

abstrakt (neuter abstrakt, definite and plural abstrakte)

  1. abstract (apart from practice or reality, not concrete; free from representational qualities)
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  • (apart from practice or reality, not concrete): konkret
  • (free from representational qualities): naturalistisk

Adverb[edit]

abstrakt

  1. abstractly, in the abstract

Etymology 2[edit]

From English abstract.

Noun[edit]

abstrakt n

  1. abstract (an abrigement or summary)

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German[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

abstrakt (comparative abstrakter, superlative am abstraktesten)

  1. abstract

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Luxembourgish[edit]

Adjective[edit]

abstrakt

  1. abstract

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the identical adjective, the definition is influenced by English abstract.

Noun[edit]

abstrakt n (definite singular abstraktet, indefinite plural abstrakt or abstrakter, definite plural abstrakta or abstraktene)

  1. abstract
    Kjærlighet er et abstrakt.
    Love is an abstract.
    Kan du lese abstraktet til kapitlet høyt?
    Could you read out aloud the abstract to the chapter?
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Latin abstractus, perfect participle of abstrahere, "to substract", from ab(s)-, "away", + trahere, "to draw".

Adjective[edit]

abstrakt (neuter singular abstrakt, definite singular and plural abstrakte); (comparative mer abstrakt; superlative mest abstrakt)

  1. abstract
    Matematikk er for abstrakt etter min smak.
    Mathematics is too abstract for my liking.
    Ordet "dumhet" har en abstrakt betydning.
    The word "stupidity" has an abstract meaning.
    abstrakt kunst - abstract art
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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the identical adjective, the definition is influenced by English abstract.

Noun[edit]

abstrakt n (definite singular abstraktet, indefinite plural abstrakt, definite plural abstrakta)

  1. abstract
    Kjærleik er eit abstrakt.
    Love is an abstract.
    Kan du lese abstraktet til kapitlet høgt?
    Could you read out aloud the abstract to the chapter?
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Latin abstractus, perfect participle of abstrahere, "to substract", from ab(s)-, "away", + trahere, "to draw".

Adjective[edit]

abstrakt (singular and plural abstrakt, comparative meir abstrakt, superlative mest abstrakt)

  1. abstract
    Matematikk er for abstrakt etter smaken min.
    Mathematics is too abstract for my liking.
    Ordet "dumskap" har ein abstrakt tyding.
    The word "stupidity" has an abstract meaning.
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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin abstractus.

Adjective[edit]

abstrakt

  1. abstract, i.e. not concrete

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Noun[edit]

abstrakt n, c

  1. an abstract noun n
  2. an actuator in the mechanism of a pipe organ, a wooden or metal bar between the key and the pipe valve c
  3. an abstract, a summary of a scholarly paper n or c

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summary

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