slakta

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German, though Swedish had its own cognate word for "slaughter", a descendant of Old Norse slátra.

Verb[edit]

slakta (present slaktar, preterite slaktade, supine slaktat, imperative slakta)

  1. to slaughter, to butcher
    1. to butcher animals, generally for food
    2. to massacre people in large numbers
    3. to kill in a particularly brutal manner

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