Word: should

Category: should

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Related words: should

how, what, how to, yahoo answers

Translations: should

spanish
debería, debe, deberían, deben, deberá


german
sollte

french
devoir

italian
dovrebbe, deve, dovrebbero, voglia, devono

portuguese
deveria, devia, deve, devem, se digne

dutch
moeten, dienen, moet, behage, dient

russian
должен, должны, следует, должна, должно

norwegian
bør, burde, skal, skulle

swedish
bör, borde, skall, ska

finnish
pitäisi, olisi, tulisi

danish
bør, skal, påstande, burde, skulle

czech
by, by měla, by měl, by měly, měl

polish
powinien, powinny, powinna, należy, powinno

hungarian
kellene, kell, amennyiben

turkish
gerekir, gerektiği, gereken, olmalıdır

greek
πρέπει, θα πρέπει να, θα πρέπει, πρέπει να, έπρεπε

ukrainian
повинен, має, повинна, мав, мусить

albanian
duhet, duhet të, duhej, të duhej, duhet që

bulgarian
трябва, следва, трябва да, следва да, би трябвало

belarusian
павінен, мусіць, павінна

estonian
peaks, peaksid, Kohtul, tuleks, tohiks

croatian
trebao, trebali, trebalo, trebala, bi trebao

icelandic
ætti, ættu, ættir, ætti að, tekinn

lithuanian
turėtų, prašo, turėtų būti, reikėtų, dozę

latvian
vajadzētu, būtu, šādi, ir šādi, noteikts

macedonian
треба, треба да, би требало, требало

romanian
să, ar trebui, trebuie, ar trebui să, trebui

slovenian
naj, smeli, naj bi, bi morala, bi morali

slovak
by, by sa, sa, aby

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The meaning and "use of": should

verb
  • used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone's actions.
  • used to indicate what is probable.
  • used in a clause with “that” after a main clause describing feelings.
  • used in a clause with “that” expressing purpose.
  • (in the first person) expressing a polite request or acceptance.
  • (in the first person) expressing a conjecture or hope.
  • used to emphasize to a listener how striking an event is or was.

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