gereed

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch gereet, from Old Dutch *girēde, from Proto-Germanic *garaidijaz, prefixed form of Proto-Germanic *raidijaz, from Proto-Germanic *raidaz.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

gereed (used only predicatively, comparative meer gereed, superlative meest gereed)

  1. ready for an action
  2. finished an action
  3. reasonable, serious
    Een rechter geeft (in het geheim) zijn toestemming voor het afluisteren als er gerede verdenkingen bestaan. ("Met 'Obama-gate' onthutst Trump nu zelfs Republikeinen", in the newspaper De Morgen, 6 March 2017)
    In case of reasonable suspicions, a judge will give (in secret) his permission for a wiretap.

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Participle[edit]

gereed

  1. past participle of reden

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