(d)raufhaben

Meanings

1.
to be good at something
("draufhaben" - Colloquial, usually the skill is phrased as a zu-sentence.)
2.
to have on top, as topping
(Pretty much only in sense of food. Think of having onions on a pizza. Can be both "raufhaben" and "draufhaben". "raufhaben" is more about the moment of putting it on.)

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Word of the Day - Prefix Special - "haben"

Most of you know that "haben" means "to have". But "haben" also has a lot of really common prefix versions. Today, we'll go over them with lots of examples.

Vocab:

haben, anhaben, aufhaben, abhaben, mithaben, vorhaben


Word Family

Root: *kap

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