Blamera - The Swedish Word for Put one's foot in it

What does blamera mean? Blamera is the Swedish word for put one's foot in it or make a fool of oneself. Some of its most common inflections are blamerade, blamerat, blamera, blamerar. A great example sentence to help you learn Swedish is 'Hon blamerar sig inför hela klassen', which translates into 'She disgraces herself in front of the whole class'. Add comments below to help other Swedish students. There are currently 0 comments for the Swedish word blamera.

Translation:
  1. Put one's foot in it
  2. Make a fool of oneself
Inflections:
  • Blamerade
  • Blamerat
  • Blamera
  • Blamerar
Example:
  • Hon blamerar sig inför hela klassen: She disgraces herself in front of the whole class
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