flink

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German flink (bright, shining”, “quick). Cognate to Plautdietsch flinkj (quick).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /flenk/, [fleŋˀɡ̊]

Adjective[edit]

flink (neuter flinkt, definite and plural flinke, comparative flinkere, superlative flinkest)

  1. nice, friendly
  2. nice, well-behaved
  3. good (competent, talented)

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flink (comparative flinker, superlative flinkst)

  1. large, sturdy
  2. brave, showing no pain or fear
  3. considerable

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German[edit]

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flink (comparative flinker, superlative am flinksten)

  1. quick, nimble

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Swedish[edit]

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flink (comparative flinkare, superlative flinkast)

  1. who works in a quick and accurate manner; able to do something very quickly yet still very accurately

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