vräka

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse vreka, from Proto-Germanic *wrekaną.

Verb[edit]

vräka (present vräker, preterite vräkte, supine vräkt, imperative vräk)

  1. to evict; to force a tenant to move
  2. to move (something) quickly, hastily, to heave, to throw
  3. (vräka i sig) to eat or drink with great apetite and speed

Conjugation[edit]

As an archaic alternative, the past tense can also be vrok (obsolete plural form vroko).

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