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Vetää (Verb type1)

Translations

  1. (transitive) to pull
    Vedä se ulos!
    Pull it out!
  2. (transitive) to lead
    Vedän tätä ryhmää.
    I lead this group.
  3. (intransitive) to blow (of the draft)
    Ikkunan luona vetää.
    The draft blows by the window.
  4. (transitive) to wind up (to tighten by winding or twisting)
    Kronometri täytyy vetää tarkalleen 24 tunnin välein, jotta se olisi mahdollisimman tarkka.
    The chronometer must be wound up exactly every 24 hours in order for it to be as precise as possible.
  5. (transitive, of a container) to be able to contain
    Astia vetää vähintäänkin 15 litraa.
    The container should be able to contain at least 15 litres.
  6. to yank, punch (to throw, kick, hit etc. with a sudden, powerful movement)
    Vetää jotakuta turpaan
    to punch someone in the face
  7. (transitive, figuratively, usually ~ puoleensa) to attract
    Hunaja vetää (puoleensa) kaikenlaisia pörriäisiä.
    Honey attracts all kinds of bugs.
  8. (transitive, of tubing, wiring etc.) to place, install
    Johdot on vedetty paikoilleen.
    The wiring has been installed.
  9. (transitive, of a toilet) to flush
    Muista vetää vessa.
    Remember to flush the toilet.
  10. (transitive, colloquial) to ingest, take (drugs, drinks, food, etc.)
    Pekka veti kakkua kuin viimeistä päivää.
    Pekka ate cake like there were no tomorrow.
    Mitä sä oot vetäny?
    What have you taken?
  11. (slang, art, music) to perform
    Vedetään biisi cis-mollista.
    Let's play this song in C-sharp minor.
    Bändi veti viimeisen keikkansa eilen.
    The band performed their last gig yesterday.
  12. (colloquial, gaming) to beat (a level or a game)
  13. (transitive, ~ viiva) to draw a line
  14. (transitive, ~ oikeuteen) to bring to justice, sue
  15. (transitive, sports, colloquial) to shoot (the ball, puck, etc.)

Conjugations

Indicative Conjugations

The present, imperfect, perfect, and pluperfect (past perfect) tenses in English correspond to "speaks", "spoke", "has spoken", and "had spoken".

Conditional Conjugations

The conditional present and perfect moods in English typically correspond to "would" and "would have".