spalte

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Czech[edit]

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spalte

  1. second-person plural imperative of spálit

Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Spalte (fissure)

Noun[edit]

spalte c (singular definite spalten, plural indefinite spalter)

  1. crack
  2. crevice

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spalte (imperative spalt, infinitive at spalte, present tense spalter, past tense spaltede, perfect tense har spaltet)

  1. to split
  2. to decompose

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German[edit]

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spalte

  1. inflection of spalten:
    1. first-person singular present
    2. first/third-person singular subjunctive I
    3. singular imperative

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Spalte (noun), and spalten (verb)

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Noun[edit]

spalte f or m (definite singular spalta or spalten, indefinite plural spalter, definite plural spaltene)

  1. split
  2. column (a vertical body of text in a newspaper or other journal)

Verb[edit]

spalte (imperative spalt, present tense spalter, passive spaltes, simple past and past participle spalta or spaltet, present participle spaltende)

  1. to cleave, divide, split
    en spaltet personligheta split personality

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Spalte (noun), and spalten (verb)

Noun[edit]

spalte f (definite singular spalta, indefinite plural spalter, definite plural spaltene)

  1. split
  2. column (a vertical body of text in a newspaper or other journal)

Verb[edit]

spalte (present tense spaltar, past tense spalta, past participle spalta, passive infinitive spaltast, present participle spaltande, imperative spalt)

  1. to cleave, divide, split
    ein spalta personlegdoma split personality

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