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Different forms of nehmen nehmen volume_up volume_up  | take

Conjugation of German Verb "nehmen"

genommen Past Participle help
haben Auxiliary help
nehmend Present Participle help

Present help

ichnehme volume_up volume_up
dunimmst volume_up volume_up
ernimmt volume_up volume_up
wirnehmen volume_up volume_up
ihrnehmt volume_up volume_up
sienehmen volume_up volume_up

Simple Past

ichnahm volume_up volume_up
dunahmst volume_up volume_up
ernahm volume_up volume_up
wirnahmen volume_up volume_up
ihrnahmt volume_up volume_up
sienahmen volume_up volume_up

Commands

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nimm(du)
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nehmenwir
nehmt(ihr)
nehmenSie

Conditional

ichnähme volume_up volume_up
dunähmest volume_up volume_up
ernähme volume_up volume_up
wirnähmen volume_up volume_up
ihrnähmet volume_up volume_up
sienähmen volume_up volume_up

Attribution

ichnehme volume_up volume_up
dunehmest volume_up volume_up
ernehme volume_up volume_up
wirnehmen volume_up volume_up
ihrnehmet volume_up volume_up
sienehmen volume_up volume_up

Definitions of German Verb "nehmen"

  1. to take (transitive) (Literally, “to take a beginning”) (Literally, “to take a house in lease”) (Literally, “to take a word”)
    jemandem etwas nehmen — “to take something from someone”
    einen Anfang nehmen — “to begin” (Literally, “to take a beginning”)
    ein Haus in Pacht nehmen — “to lease a house” (Literally, “to take a house in lease”)
    das Wort nehmen — “to begin to speak” (Literally, “to take a word”)
  2. to cause oneself to be ; to become; to take oneself (reflexive) (in some state) (to some state)
    Nimm dich in Acht!
    Take care!
  3. to seize; to capture (transitive)
  4. to receive; to accept (transitive)

About German Verb "nehmen"

The German verb nehmen is one of the most commonly used German verbs. According to our analysis of 100,000+ German news articles, nehmen is the 29th most used verb. Our data on the German verb nehmen comes from Wiktionary and is verified through secondary sources like Duden. The different colors in our verb conjugation chart represent certain morphological transformations. These verb cojugations are derived algorithmically.