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Belysa - The Swedish Word for Light up

What does belysa mean? Belysa is the Swedish word for light up or illuminate. Some of its most common inflections are belyste, belyst, belys, belysa. Some common Swedish words that are synonyms to belysa are förklara, förtydliga, klargöra. A great example sentence to help you learn Swedish is 'Strålkastare belyste fasaden', which translates into 'Floodlights lit up the front of the building'. Add comments below to help other Swedish students. There are currently 0 comments for the Swedish word belysa.

Translation:
  1. Light up
  2. Illuminate
Inflections:
  • Belyste
  • Belyst
  • Belys
  • Belysa
Example:
  • Strålkastare belyste fasaden: Floodlights lit up the front of the building
Synonyms:
Other Definitions:
  • Belysa: Throw (shed, cast) light on, elucidate, illustrate
In the News:
  • RFSL gör staty av "dick pics" (2017-07-12, Dagens Media)
    RFSL vill skapa ett schysstare dejtingklimat och belysa problemet med oönskade "dick pics".. Learn Swedish Online - read the full article
  • SVT Edit: "Sätt att väcka diskussion i samtida frågor" (2017-04-21, Dagens Media)
    SVT Edit har på ett humoristiskt vis korsklippt svenska partiledare med "Vem vet "mest" för att belysa ordet "post truth".. Learn Swedish Online - read the full article
  • Keso sätter kunderna i fokus (2015-10-23, Dagens Media)
    Keso placerar människor i en spegelbox för att belysa allas värde.. Learn Swedish Online - read the full article
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