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was
     1. pron. (interrogative) what
           Was machst du heute? - What are you doing today?
     2. pron. (relative) which (referring to the entire preceding clause)
           Sie tanzte gut, was er bewunderte. - She was a good dancer, which he admired.
     3. pron. (relative) that, which (referring to das, m, and neuter substantival adjectives)
           Das ist alles, was ich will. - That's all that I want.
           Das ist das Beste, was mir passieren konnte. - That's the best that could have happened to me.
     4. pron. (relative, colloquial) that, which (referring to neuter singular nouns, instead of standard das)
           Siehst du das weiße Haus, was renoviert wird? - Do you see that white house, which is being renovated?
     5. pron. (indefinite, colloquial) something, anything (instead of standard etwas)
           Ich hab was gefunden. - I've found something.
     6. adv. (colloquial) a little, somewhat
           Ich komm' was später. - I'll arrive a little later.
ach was
was hörte er
Du
     1. pron. alternative case form of du (you (singular)) (especially when used as a direct address in letters)
     2. n. literally: the thou, the you (singular)
     3. pron. thou, you (singular familiar)
gehst
     1. v. second-person singular present of gehen
     gehen
          1. v. (intransitive) to go, to walk
          2. v. to walk (some distance); to go (some distance) by foot
          3. v. (intransitive) to leave
                Ich gehe jetzt. - I’m leaving now.
          4. v. (intransitive) to leave, to take off (airplane, train)
                Wann geht dein Zug? − When is your train leaving?
          5. v. (impersonal, intransitive) to be going; to be alright; indicates how the dative object fares
                Wie geht es dir? - How are you doing?
                Es geht mir gut. - I’m doing well. (Literally, “It goes well for me.”)
                Es geht. - It’s alright.
          6. v. (colloquial, intransitive) to be possible
                Das würde vielleicht gehen. - That might be possible.
          7. v. (colloquial, intransitive) to work, to function (of a machine, method or the like)
                Der Kaffeeautomat geht nicht. - The coffee dispenser doesn't work.
          8. v. (colloquial, intransitive) to be in progress; to last
                Die Sitzung geht bis ein Uhr. - The session is scheduled until one o’clock.
          9. v. (regional or dated, impersonal, intransitive, with “auf” followed by a time) to approach; to be going (on some one)
                Es geht auf 8 Uhr. - It’s going on 8 o’clock.
nach
     1. prep. after, past (later in time)
           Viertel nach sechs (a quarter past six)
           nach einer Woche (after a week)
     2. prep. after, behind (in sequence)
           B kommt nach A. (B comes after A.)
     3. prep. to, towards (with geographical names; see usage notes below)
           die Flucht nach Ägypten (the flight into Egypt)
     4. prep. according to; guided by
     5. prep. by the authority of; following
           die Analyse nach Marx (the analysis following Marx)
     6. prep. (with verbs of sensual perception) like (see usage notes below)
           Das riecht nach Knoblauch. – This smells like garlic.
     7. post. according to
     8. prep. for (qual, indicating desire for an object)
           meiner Meinung nach - in my opinion
           nach etwas greifen — “to reach for something”
     9. adv. (in compound verbs) after, behind, later, next to
           nach etwas streben - “to strive for/after something”
           Meine Uhr geht nach. - My watch is slow.
           nach etwas suchen - “to search for something”
     10. post. according to
           meiner Meinung nach - in my opinion
     11. adv. (in compound verbs) after, behind, later, next to
           Meine Uhr geht nach. - My watch is slow.
er dachte lange nach
gehst nach
     1. v. second-person singular present of nachgehen
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