fetch = holen fetch = bringen
The spelling holet is a conjugation of the German verb holen (to fetch).The transposition is the word "hotel" (an inn or lodging).
fetch = ki'i
The word "fetch" has the synonyms retrieve, convey, or deliver.
The Igbo word for "fetch" of the Western African origin is kuta.
You want to play fetch boy?
Would you be a dear and fetch me a drink?
it originated as hallo, an Old High German use of their verb 'to fetch', used to hail a ferryman (presumably when you wanted to take the ferry)
Yes, the word "fetch" can be used as a noun. Example: I played a game of fetch with my dog.Fetch can also be a verb. Example: Please fetch my slippers for me.
I had to fetch his leash.Fetch some water from the well. To fetch is to get an item. She thought he would fetch her slippers.
Go fetch the water bucket, please