Aidata mind natuke

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Aidata mind natuke

Postby isusbellus » 2016-08-08, 2:09

Tõukama = Push, (like push a door?)
Tõmmata = Pull?
Lebama = rest? Resting after a workout. Take a break from running. Is it? what is it in Infinitive?
Suudlema A kiss . Suudlus. Esimene suudlus = first kiss?

What is Tantsima in infinitive form? Tantsida? And with Katkestama.

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Re: Aidata mind natuke

Postby ainurakne » 2016-08-08, 7:03

tõukama / tõugata - it can be push, but it's usually more like to shove or to thrust; it's either when you push with high speed (or with great force) or when you build up speed (momentum) before you achieve the contact for pushing.
Just to push is "lükkama / lükata".

tõmbama / tõmmata - yes, this is to pull.

lebama / lebada ~ lamama (, vedelema) - to lie (down), to lay (somewhere or on something).

suudlema / suudelda - to kiss
"esimene suudlus" = first kiss

tantsima / tantsida
katkestama / katkestada
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Re: Aidata mind natuke

Postby isusbellus » 2016-08-08, 15:08

Aitäh!! :)
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Re: Aidata mind natuke

Postby ainurakne » 2016-08-08, 20:49

Võta heaks! :)
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