opgenomen

English translation: record, take up

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Dutch term or phrase:opgenomen
English translation:record, take up
Entered by: Betty Revelioti

13:47 Dec 16, 2003
Dutch to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Dutch term or phrase: opgenomen
Afti i leksi ine Aggliki??? De nomizo.. Ti glossa ine? Mipos kserei kapoios ti simainei? Mesa se 50 selides agglikou keimenou mou eskase afti i leksi....
Betty Revelioti
Greece
Local time: 08:35
opgenomen is the past participle of opnemen, which is one of
Explanation:
those words with lots of meanings and uses.
to take up, to pick up = the basic meanings
Also to "gain" as in weight. I could go on for ever but out of context it is a waste of time!
HTH

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Note added at 2003-12-16 15:04:21 (GMT)
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ALL IS NOW CLEAR - your text may have been originally in Dutch and someone overtyped, forgetting to delete a word. IGNORE the opgenomen: it corresponds to the past participle \"recorded\" (take up = record, get it?). In sentences such as this, as in German, the participle comes at the end in Dutch, which is why it is so far from the English word that corresponds to it. OK? If not, ask!
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Local time: 07:35
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Thanx you are the best...!!!
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4 +1opgenomen is the past participle of opnemen, which is one of
CMJ_Trans (X)
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Konstantinos Tsanakas


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Explanation:
¼÷é, áããëéêÞ äåí åßíáé. Èõìßæåé ÏëëáíäéêÜ. Ìå âÜóç ôá ÃåñìáíéêÜ èá Ýëåãá üôé ðñüêåéôáé ãéá ôï áíôßóôïé÷ï ôïõ aufgenommen, ðáèçôéêÞ ìåôï÷Þ ôïõ aufnehmen, ëáìâÜíù, äÝ÷ïìáé.

Konstantinos Tsanakas
Germany
Local time: 07:35
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in GreekGreek

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  CMJ_Trans (X): I cannot understand the hieroglyphs (don't have Greek on my PC) but I see German words I recognise - indeed opgenomen and aufgenommen are the equivalents of each other (D/NL)
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26 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +1
opgenomen is the past participle of opnemen, which is one of


Explanation:
those words with lots of meanings and uses.
to take up, to pick up = the basic meanings
Also to "gain" as in weight. I could go on for ever but out of context it is a waste of time!
HTH

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Note added at 2003-12-16 15:04:21 (GMT)
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ALL IS NOW CLEAR - your text may have been originally in Dutch and someone overtyped, forgetting to delete a word. IGNORE the opgenomen: it corresponds to the past participle \"recorded\" (take up = record, get it?). In sentences such as this, as in German, the participle comes at the end in Dutch, which is why it is so far from the English word that corresponds to it. OK? If not, ask!

CMJ_Trans (X)
Local time: 07:35
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 8
Grading comment
Thanx you are the best...!!!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  writeaway: without context is impossible to say anything at all, but it can mean included.......
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