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English

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
dit

Plural
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  1. The spoken representation of a dot in radio and telegraph Morse code.

Translations

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Afrikaans

Pronoun

dit

  1. it/that

Breton

Preposition

dit

  1. The second-person singular of da.

Catalan

Etymology

Latin digitus

Noun

dit

  1. finger

Dutch

Pronunciation

Pronoun

dit (demonstrative)

  1. Neuter pronoun referring to a thing or a person, closer by: this
    • dit huis — this house
    • dit kind — this child
    • Wat is dit? — what is this?
Dutch demonstrative pronoun
Masculine/feminine Neuter Plural
Proximal deze dit deze
Distal die dat die


Derived terms


French

Pronunciation

Verb form

dit

  1. past participle of dire
    Il a dit son nom - He said his name
  2. third-person singular indicative of dire
    « Je m'appelle Paul, » dit-il - "My name is Paul," he said

Norwegian

Adverb

dit

  1. there; yonder
  2. (obsolete) thither

Occitan

Etymology

From Latin digitus.

Pronunciation

Noun

dit m. (plural dits)

Singular
dit m.

Plural
dits m.

  1. finger

Swedish

Pronunciation

Adverb

dit

  1. there; to that place; that way, in that direction.
    Jag har aldrig varit i London, men jag ska dit snart - I've never been to London, but I will get there soon

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