reda

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See also: rēda and rēdā

Ido[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English red.

Adjective[edit]

reda

  1. red

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Colors in Ido · kolori (layout · text)
     reda      purpurea      flava      verda      ?      blua      indigea
     karmezino      ?      kremea      limetea      ciana      azurea      violea
     bruna      rozea      oranjea      nigra      griza      blanka

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from Latin reddere, reformed from re- + da on the basis of French rédonner.

Verb[edit]

a reda ‎(third-person singular present redă, past participle redat1st conj.

  1. to redeem, restore, return, give back

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse reiða.

Adjective[edit]

reda

  1. ready
    reda pengar
    ready money, cash

Noun[edit]

reda c

  1. order; to have things in order, ready for inspection; to keep up, to know what's going on
    göra reda för sig
    to tell what's going on, to give account of one's business
    göra sig reda för något
    to learn what's going on

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Verb[edit]

reda ‎(present reder, preterite redde, supine rett, imperative red)

  1. to make ready, to take care of, prepare
    bra karl reder sig själv
    a good man can take care of himself
  2. (cooking) to thicken (a sauce)

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