pater

patern

(-)(-)
Substantiv



mater

matern

(-)(-)
Substantiv

Synonymer

later

(-)(-)(-)
Substantiv

Vaner

(-)(-)(-)
Substantiv

later

(-)(-)(-)
Substantiv

vajer

vajern

(-)(-)
Substantiv
  • "Vajern skadade cyklisten allvarligt"

Synonymer

rate

raten

rater

raterna

Substantiv
ekonomi
handel

Synonymer

handel

Synonymer

Valter

Namn

later

Vanliga uttryck

hater

haters

Substantiv
a person who hates

eater

eaters

Substantiv
someone who consumes food for nourishment

Synonymer

any green goods that are good to eat
  • "these apples are good eaters"

pater

Substantiv

Synonymer

tater

taters

Substantiv
tater
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  • potatis [ botanik, mat, grönsaker ]

Synonymer

gater

gaters

Substantiv
textil

bater

baters

Substantiv
sport

rater

raters

Substantiv
allmänt
one that rates ; specifically : a person who estimates or determines a rating
one having a specified rating or class —usually used in combination

mater

Substantiv

Synonymer

water

waters

Substantiv
water
a clear colorless odorless tasteless liquid
  • "he asked for a drink of water"
  • "first you have to cut off the water"
  • "the town debated the purification of the water supply"
  • "the child had to make water"
  • "they invaded our territorial waters"

Synonymer

(archaic) once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe

Synonymer

voter

voters

Substantiv
a citizen who has a legal right to vote

Synonymer

Valter

Namn

cater

cater

caters

catered

catered

catering

Verb
Vanligast
supply food ready to eat; for parties and banquets

Synonymer

Synonymer

water

water

waters

watered

watered

watering

Verb
Mindre vanlig

Synonymer

Vanligast
pour water on plants or the soil that they are growing in
  • "Water the lawn"

Synonymer

Vanlig
If your mouth waters, it produces a lot of saliva
  • "My mouth watered at the prospect of a good dinner"
Mindre vanlig
fill with tears
  • "His eyes were watering"
provide an animal with water
  • "We watered the buffalo"

later

Adjektiv
Vanligast
coming at a subsequent time or stage
  • "a later symptom of the disease"
  • "later medical science could have saved the child"

Synonymer

Vanlig
at or toward an end or late period or stage of development

Mindre vanlig

Synonymer

late

later

latest

Adjektiv
  • "Her late husband left her five million pounds."

Synonymer

being or occurring at an advanced period of time or after a usual or expected time
  • "had a late breakfast"
  • "took a late flight"
  • "a late movie"
  • "late 18th century"
  • "late evening"

Synonymer

Associated with the end of a period.
  • "the late phase of feudalism"
  • "Late Greek"

Synonymer

later

Adverb
  • "he's going to the store but he'll be back here later"
  • "I'll see you later"

Synonymer

Synonymer

comparative of the adverb `late'
  • "he stayed later than you did"