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If I look up 'tide' in the Norwegian dictionary, I get a page that says: see i tide, see på tide but both of these links return "not found"
"Tide" is no norwegian word. But maby you did mean "tid" that means time, or maby you did mean "i tide" that means in time.
From: louis (email@example.com) (norwegianlanguage.info)
på tide means 'it's about time, it's high time) i god tid == to be on time
Thanks for all the replies. :)
i nede some help with a norwegian word... and hope you can helpe me. the word i don't understand is ''utstoppet''
Hi, "på tide" and "i tide" are now in the dictionary. Thank you for pointing out this error. "utstoppet" is also added, it means "stuffed". Ex. "Et utstoppet elghode" = "A stuffed moose head". Webmaster
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