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English translation: explore / investigate

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Danish term or phrase:opforske
English translation:explore / investigate
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13:41 Dec 5, 2003
Danish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Science
Danish term or phrase: opforske
Can't find this one anywhere. I take it it's to do with research though.
logan
look into, investigate, explore
Explanation:
You don't make life easy without any context - not so much as a hint of style

It might be a colloquialism for 'udforske': to explore

A cross with 'opdrive' - procure, get hold of, which is often used in the negative: 'ikke til at opdrive' means unobtainable.

Something like to hunt for sources of... but if this doesn't help, please give just a few more details of where you found the word!



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Christine Andersen
Denmark
Local time: 08:54
Grading comment
Thanks, I think explore would fit best. Sorry for the lack of context but it was just one verb in a long line of them, all to do with study/research.
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2 +1look into, investigate, explore
Christine Andersen


  

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look into, investigate, explore


Explanation:
You don't make life easy without any context - not so much as a hint of style

It might be a colloquialism for 'udforske': to explore

A cross with 'opdrive' - procure, get hold of, which is often used in the negative: 'ikke til at opdrive' means unobtainable.

Something like to hunt for sources of... but if this doesn't help, please give just a few more details of where you found the word!





Christine Andersen
Denmark
Local time: 08:54
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 2010
Grading comment
Thanks, I think explore would fit best. Sorry for the lack of context but it was just one verb in a long line of them, all to do with study/research.

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