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  • Rhymes: -²ɛka

Etymology 1[edit]

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räcka c

  1. a long row or sequence of (similar) events
Declension of räcka 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative räcka räckan räckor räckorna
Genitive räckas räckans räckors räckornas

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Swedish rækkia, from Old Norse rekja, from Proto-Germanic *rakjaną.


räcka (present räcker, preterite räckte, supine räckt, imperative räck)

  1. to reach; to hand over; to deliver by stretching out
  2. to reach; to (be able to) extend to
  3. to be sufficient, to suffice
  4. to last all the way
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