(he)rangehen

Meanings

1.
to pick up the phone
(Usually used WITHOUT a direct object. )
2.
to come on (strong)
(In the sense of flirting, when you act quite offensively. Hard to use idiomatically, so better don't try. It probably won't work.)
3.
to tackle, to approach
("(he)rangehen an+Acc" - for problems and challenges and how we "approach" them.)
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Word Family

Root: *ghē-

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