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Detailed Translations for purr from English to German


to purr verb (purrs, purred, purring)

  1. to purr (snore)
    – make a soft swishing sound 1
    • schnarchen verb (schnarche, schnarchst, schnarcht, schnarchte, schnarchtet, geschnarcht)
  2. to purr (spin)
    • schnurren verb (schnurre, schnurrst, schnurrt, schnurrte, schnurrtet, geschnurrt)

Conjugations for purr:

  1. purr
  2. purr
  3. purrs
  4. purr
  5. purr
  6. purr
simple past
  1. purred
  2. purred
  3. purred
  4. purred
  5. purred
  6. purred
present perfect
  1. have purred
  2. have purred
  3. has purred
  4. have purred
  5. have purred
  6. have purred
past continuous
  1. was purring
  2. were purring
  3. was purring
  4. were purring
  5. were purring
  6. were purring
  1. shall purr
  2. will purr
  3. will purr
  4. shall purr
  5. will purr
  6. will purr
continuous present
  1. am purring
  2. are purring
  3. is purring
  4. are purring
  5. are purring
  6. are purring
  1. be purred
  2. be purred
  3. be purred
  4. be purred
  5. be purred
  6. be purred
  1. purr!
  2. let's purr!
  3. purred
  4. purring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for purr:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
schnarchen purr; snore saw logs; saw wood; snore
schnurren purr; spin chanter; grouse; growl; grumble; rumble; snarl
- birr; make vibrant sounds; whir; whirr; whiz; whizz

Related Words for "purr":

  • purring

Synonyms for "purr":

Related Definitions for "purr":

  1. a low vibrating sound typical of a contented cat1
  2. indicate pleasure by purring; characteristic of cats1
  3. make a soft swishing sound1
    • the car engine purred1

Wiktionary Translations for purr:

  1. cat to make a vibrating sound in its throat
  1. vibrating sound made by a cat when contented
  1. landschaftlich, von Katzen: ein Geräusch wie ein Spinnrad machen

Cross Translation:
purr schnurren; summen ronronnerfaire entendre les ronrons, émettre un ronflement sourd et continu, en parlant d'un chat ou d'un félin, qui exprime en général son contentement.