reddast

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the verb redda ‎(to fix) + -st ‎(a suffix which turns verbs into middle voice verbs). See also the appendix about the Icelandic middle voice verbs.

Verb[edit]

reddast (reddaðist)

  1. to turn out well, (of an issue) to work itself out, to be alright
    Ekki hafa áhyggjur. Þetta reddast.
    Don't worry. It'll be alright.

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse hræðast.

Verb[edit]

reddast ‎(present tense reddast, past tense reddast, past participle reddast, imperative reddast)

  1. to be afraid, to fear, to worry
    Reddast ikkje! Dette kjem til å gå bra.
    Don't worry! Everything will be fine.

Adjective[edit]

reddast

  1. indefinite superlative of redd

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