smøre

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From smør ("butter").

Verb[edit]

smøre (imperative smør, infinitive at smøre, present tense smører, past tense smurte, perfect tense smurt)

  1. to lubricate
  2. to butter (e.g. bread) with butter or a similar substance

Noun[edit]

smøre c (singular definite smøren, plural indefinite smører)

  1. lengthy, boring and/or incoherent explanation or presentation

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse smyrja.

Verb[edit]

smøre (imperative smør, present tense smører, passive smøres, simple past smurte, past participle smurt, present participle smørende)

  1. to lubricate, grease, oil, smear
  2. to wax (skis)
  3. to butter (bread), spread (e.g. margarine)

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