1.
to take with you
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Opposite: mitbringen
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2.
to emotionally or physically strain
(kind of a mix of "stress" and "wear down". A life event "sweeps" you along , in a bad way.)
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German Prepositions Explained - "mit"

A fun ride along the prefix verbs with "mit-" in German. Definitely a bunch of verbs to bring with you to a conversation :). Mit lots of audio examples.

Vocab:

mitnehmen, mitkommen, mitbringen, mitmachen, mitgehen, mithaben


Word Family

Root: *nem-
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