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German-English translation for "schwang"

 

"schwang" English translation

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schwang

schwang (also: gependelt, geschwungen, pendelte, geschwankt)

schwingen {verb}

schwingen [schwang|geschwungen] {vb} (also: Welle, Woge)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I waved (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it waved (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was waving (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was waving (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have waved (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has waved (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been waving (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been waving (Present perfect continuous)

schwingen [schwang|geschwungen] {v.i.} (also: baumeln, gehängt werden, schaukeln, schlenkern)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I swung (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it swung (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was swinging (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was swinging (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have swung (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has swung (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been swinging (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been swinging (Present perfect continuous)

schwingen [schwang|geschwungen] {vb} (also: schwanken, vibrieren)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I vibrated (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it vibrated (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was vibrating (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was vibrating (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have vibrated (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has vibrated (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been vibrating (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been vibrating (Present perfect continuous)

schwingen [schwang|geschwungen] {vb} (also: pendeln, schwanken, zittern, oszillieren)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I oscillated (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it oscillated (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was oscillating (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was oscillating (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have oscillated (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has oscillated (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been oscillating (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been oscillating (Present perfect continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I vacillated (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it vacillated (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was vacillating (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was vacillating (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have vacillated (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has vacillated (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been vacillating (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been vacillating (Present perfect continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I brandished (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it brandished (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was brandishing (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was brandishing (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have brandished (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has brandished (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been brandishing (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been brandishing (Present perfect continuous)

schwingen [schwang|geschwungen] {vb} (also: pulsieren)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I pulsated (Simple past)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it pulsated (Simple past)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I was pulsating (Past continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it was pulsating (Past continuous)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have pulsated (Present perfect)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has pulsated (Present perfect)

ich schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

I have been pulsating (Present perfect continuous)

er/sie/es schwang (Indikativ Präteritum)

he/she/it has been pulsating (Present perfect continuous)

schwingen [schwang|geschwungen] {v.i.} (also: schaukeln)

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Ich kann sie nicht ein zweites Mal einsetzen - dies schwang in der Frage mit.

I cannot use it again, and that was the point at issue in the question.

In einigen Beiträgen schwang gewissermaßen die Frage mit, worin das Endziel der Diskussionen und des Prozesses besteht, der jetzt in Gang kommt.

One question left hanging in the air somewhat in some of the contributions has been to ask what the ultimate goal of the discussions and the process being taken forward is.
 

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