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Verb type: 2


  1. to take away, to bring away
    Antonym: tuoda
    Veisitkö roskat?
    Could you take out the trash?
    Ellet kohta nouse sohvalta, vien sinulta kaukosäätimen.
    If you don't get up from the sofa soon I will take away the remote control.
  2. to take (to), lead, carry, bring
    Viemme lapsemme viikonloppuna mummolaan, ja lähdemme itse Roomaan.
    We will take our children to grandmother's place this weekend, and go to Rome ourselves.
    Vien TV:ni korjattavaksi.
    I'm taking my TV to be fixed.
    Vie vaimollesi kukkia.
    Bring your wife (some) flowers.
  3. to lead, take (of foottracks, roads etc.)
    Synonyms: johtaa, kulkea
    Tämä tie vie Roomaan.
    This road leads to Rome.
  4. to lead (one's partner in a dance)
    Perinteisesti mies vie.
    Traditionally the man leads.
  5. to steal, take
    Synonyms: anastaa, kähveltää, rosvota, varastaa
    Rosvo vei rahat keskellä päivää.
    The robber took the money in the middle of the day.
    Viedä tikkari lapselta.
    To take a lollipop from a child.
  6. to use up, take, occupy (of time or space)
    Synonyms: (of resources) käyttää, (of time or space) täyttää, (of time or resources) kuluttaa
    Nämä tiedostot vievät liikaa tilaa.
    These documents take too much space.
  7. to export
    Mitä tuotteita Suomi vie ulkomaille?
    Which products does Finland export abroad?


Indicative Conjugations

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

Present tense conjugation chart

Past tense conjugation chart

Perfect tense conjugation chart

Pluperfect tense conjugation chart

Conditional Conjugations

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

Present tense conjugation chart

Perfect tense conjugation chart