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Uitgebreide vertaling voor arrogate (Engels) in het Zweeds


to arrogate werkwoord (arrogates, arrogated, arrogating)

  1. to arrogate (assume)
    ge sig rätt; tillåta sig
    • ge sig rätt werkwoord (ger sig rätt, gav sig rätt, givit sig rätt)
    • tillåta sig werkwoord (tillåter sig, tillåtit sig, tillät sig)

Conjugations for arrogate:

  1. arrogate
  2. arrogate
  3. arrogates
  4. arrogate
  5. arrogate
  6. arrogate
simple past
  1. arrogated
  2. arrogated
  3. arrogated
  4. arrogated
  5. arrogated
  6. arrogated
present perfect
  1. have arrogated
  2. have arrogated
  3. has arrogated
  4. have arrogated
  5. have arrogated
  6. have arrogated
past continuous
  1. was arrogating
  2. were arrogating
  3. was arrogating
  4. were arrogating
  5. were arrogating
  6. were arrogating
  1. shall arrogate
  2. will arrogate
  3. will arrogate
  4. shall arrogate
  5. will arrogate
  6. will arrogate
continuous present
  1. am arrogating
  2. are arrogating
  3. is arrogating
  4. are arrogating
  5. are arrogating
  6. are arrogating
  1. be arrogated
  2. be arrogated
  3. be arrogated
  4. be arrogated
  5. be arrogated
  6. be arrogated
  1. arrogate!
  2. let's arrogate!
  3. arrogated
  4. arrogating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they


  1. arrogate (usurp)

Vertaal Matrix voor arrogate:

WerkwoordVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
ge sig rätt arrogate; assume
tillåta sig arrogate; assume pretend; think a lot of oneself
- assign; assume; claim; lay claim; seize; take over; usurp
OverVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
tillvälla arrogate; usurp

Verwante woorden van "arrogate":

Synoniemen voor "arrogate":

Antoniemen van "arrogate":

Verwante definities voor "arrogate":

  1. seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession1
  2. demand as being one's due or property; assert one's right or title to1
  3. make undue claims to having1

Wiktionary: arrogate

  1. to appropriate or lay claim to something without right