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versorgen

1.
to treat
(For wounds and sick people, usually for the initial quick treatment. Not an ongoing process.)
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2.
to supply someone with something
("jemanden mit etwas versorgen" This MUST always have the person as the direct object. Take this sentence "I am supplying electricity" - this would not work in German because the person getting it is missing.)
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Word of the Day - "sorgen - prefixed"

A fun look at the meaning of "sorgen" and its prefix version and what worry has to do with getting some beer.

Vocab:

sorgen, die Sorge, versorgen, besorgen, besorgt


Word Family

Root: *swergh-

The core idea of this root was:

worrying, being sick, taking care of someone sick

The only English family member I could find in the sources is sorrow.
Sorry and sore, even though they would fit in here, come from a different root that was about suffering.

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