Dictionary verb *trenk- Drang drängeln


to shove, to jostle, tailgate
(The core idea is that you are super pushy about getting your physical space. Main use contexts are in crowded spaces and in car traffic.)
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drängeln, dringend, aufdringlich - The Family of "der Drang"

A fun look at the meaning of "der Drang", the difference to "der Zwang" and the cool related words like "dringend" that we can find in the family.


der Drang, der Zwang, eindringen, aufdringlich, dringend, drängeln, abdrängen

Word Family

Root: *trenk-

The core idea of this root was:

pushing together, getting close

I couldn’t find any confirmed English family members.

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