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Purkaa (Verb type1)


  1. to dismantle, dissemble, take apart, disassemble, deconstruct (into pieces)
    Synonym: purkaa osiin
  2. to disentangle, undo, clear (up) (a mess)
  3. to unravel (a knitwear), unstitch (a stitch)
  4. to untie (a knot), unwind (a bandage, dressing), untwist (a rope), unwrap (package paper), untwine
  5. to unload (remove cargo, load or burden)
  6. to unpack (contents of a package; baggage)
  7. to demolish, wreck, tear/pull/take down (a building)
  8. to strike (a set, wings in theatre)
  9. to dissolve, liquidate (a company, corporation)
  10. to cancel, annul, revoke (a contract, deal); annul (a marriage)
  11. to break off (an engagement)
  12. (law) to rescind, reverse (a decision)
  13. to defuse (a bomb)
  14. to discharge (water, lava, battery)
  15. to discharge, release, vent, take out (emotions); to unburden, lighten (one's heart), let off steam
  16. (sports) to clear (defend by moving the ball away from the defending goal)
  17. (cryptography) to decrypt, decipher (a secret message)
    Synonym: purkaa salaus
  18. (figuratively) to take apart, analyze, examine, review, reflect
  19. (programming) to destruct (an object)
  20. (computing) to extract (an archive)


Indicative Conjugations

The present, imperfect, perfect, and pluperfect (past perfect) tenses in English correspond to "speaks", "spoke", "has spoken", and "had spoken".

Conditional Conjugations

The conditional present and perfect moods in English typically correspond to "would" and "would have".