Detailed Translations for chain from English to Swedish


to chain verb (chains, chained, chaining)

  1. to chain (shackle; enchain)
    kedja; kedja fast
    • kedja verb (kedjar, kedjade, kedjat)
    • kedja fast verb (kedjar fast, kedjade fast, kedjat fast)
  2. to chain (fetter; tie)
    kedja fast
    • kedja fast verb (kedjar fast, kedjade fast, kedjat fast)

Conjugations for chain:

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

chain [the ~] noun

  1. the chain (chainlet; circlet; ring; row)
  2. the chain (series; sequence; concatenation; string; succession)
    kedja; rad; följd; sekvens
  3. the chain (necklace; chainlet)
    halsband; halskedja
  4. the chain (store chain; commercial chain; multiple store; multiple shop business)
  5. the chain (cyclus; sequence; row)
  6. the chain (series; sequence; string; succession)
    serie; räcka; följd
  7. the chain (hawser; cable; rope; wire)
    tåg; kabel; kätting; tross
  8. the chain (sequence; concentration; coming together; series)
    räcka; kedja; sekvens; serie
  9. the chain (series; string; sequence)
    serie; sträng; kedja; sekvens
  10. the chain (multiple shop business; store chain; multiple store)
  11. the chain (hawser; rope)
    rep; kätting; tross


  1. chain (chain up)

Translation Matrix for chain:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
affärs kedja chain; multiple shop business; multiple store; store chain
affärskedja chain; commercial chain; multiple shop business; multiple store; store chain commercial chain; multiple company; multiple shop business; multiple store; store chain
cyclus chain; cyclus; row; sequence cycle
följd chain; concatenation; sequence; series; string; succession consequence; consequences; effect; effects; impact; outcomes; result; results; sequence; series; succession; successions
förföljning chain; cyclus; row; sequence
halsband chain; chainlet; necklace bridle; collar; leash; necklace
halskedja chain; chainlet; necklace
kabel cable; chain; hawser; rope; wire cable; cords; flexes; lead; ripcord; wire
kedja chain; chainlet; circlet; coming together; concatenation; concentration; cuff; fetter; ring; row; sequence; series; shackle; string; succession
kätting cable; chain; hawser; rope; wire
mera affärer chain; commercial chain; multiple shop business; multiple store; store chain
rad chain; concatenation; sequence; series; string; succession file; joint; line; queue; rank; row; sequence; sequences; series; succession; successions
rep chain; hawser; rope cord; cords; laces; line; rope; ropes; strings
räcka chain; coming together; concentration; sequence; series; string; succession file; line; rank; row
sekvens chain; coming together; concatenation; concentration; sequence; series; string; succession sequence
serie chain; coming together; concentration; sequence; series; string; succession family; sequence; serial; series; succession; successions
sträng chain; sequence; series; string chord; strand; string
tross cable; chain; hawser; rope; wire
tåg cable; chain; hawser; rope; wire barge train; procession; railroad train; railway train; train; trains
- chain of mountains; chemical chain; concatenation; mountain chain; mountain range; range; range of mountains; strand; string
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
kedja chain; enchain; shackle
kedja fast chain; enchain; fetter; shackle; tie clamp; fetter; handcuff; shackle
räcka be adequate; be enough; be sufficient; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; reach; suffice
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fastkedja chain; chain up
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
sträng exacting; inflexible; punish; rigorous; rough; severe; stern; stiff; strenuous; strict; stringent; unrelenting; unyielding

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Antonyms for "chain":

Related Definitions for "chain":

  1. a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament1
  2. a necklace made by a stringing objects together1
  3. anything that acts as a restraint1
  4. a linked or connected series of objects1
    • a chain of daisies1
  5. (business) a number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership1
  6. a series of things depending on each other as if linked together1
    • the chain of command1
  7. (chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)1
  8. a series of hills or mountains1
  9. a unit of length1
  10. fasten or secure with chains1
  11. connect or arrange into a chain by linking1

Wiktionary Translations for chain:

  1. number of atoms in a series, which combine to form a molecule
  2. series of stores or businesses with the same brand name
  3. series of interconnected things
  4. series of interconnected rings or links
  1. to fasten with a chain

Cross Translation:
chain boja; fängsel Fessel — meist bandförmiges Mittel zum Verschnüren und Festbinden von Personen
chain kedja KetteReihe aus beweglich, ineinandergefügten Glied
chain fjättra; fängsla fesseln — jemanden (an etwas) festbinden und damit bewegungsunfähig machen


Translation Matrix for Chain:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- Ernst Boris Chain; Sir Ernst Boris Chain

Related Definitions for "Chain":

  1. British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)1

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