Ansette (to employ) conjugation

Norwegian
23 examples

Conjugation of eiti

Jeg
Bokmål present tense
ansetter
I employ
Bokmål past tense
ansatte
I employed
Bokmål future tense
vil ansette
I will employ
Bokmål conditional tense
ville ansette
I would employ
Jeg
Bokmål imperative tense
ansett
I employ
Bokmål present perfect tense
har ansatt
I have employed
Bokmål past perfect tense
hadde ansatt
I had employed
Bokmål future perfect tense
vil ha ansatt
I will have employed
Jeg
Bokmål conditional perfect tense
ville ha ansatt
I would have employed

Examples of ansette

Example in NorwegianTranslation in English
Snakk om å ansette uansvarlige idioter!Talk about employing irresponsible morons!
Hun er stadig vanskeligere å ansette.Jenna is becoming more unemployable by the moment.
Madame, jeg er redd for at vi ikke kan ansette Dem.Madame... I am afraid that we cannot employ you.
Jeg vil ansette deg.- Yes. Yes, I'd like to hire you as an employee.
Ingen andre ville ansette meg.Nobody else would employ me.
- Det er grunnen til at jeg vil ansette deg.Which is why I need to employ you, Mr. McCarty.
Hvorfor skal jeg ansette flere når du aldri klager?- Because I know you will. - What? Why spend money on employees when I know you'll do it?
Vi ansetter for det meste veteraner og slikt.We employ veterans and the handicapped.
Kreftsvulsten er kriminalitet, og den ma skjæres ut før vi ansetter de to millioner arbeiderne som skal gi byen nytt liv.The cancer is crime, and it must be cut out before we employ the two million workers that will revive this city.
Utrolig at jeg ansetter folk som vil kalle et bedøvelsesmiddel "Zombanol".I can't believe I employ people who wanna call an anesthetic "Zombanol".
Vi ansetter ikke folk.We're not in the employment business.
Men dere ansetter jo ikke folk.But you're not in the employment business.
Hvem kan holde rede på alle som lorden ansatte?Who could keep track of all the people His Lordship once employed?
Jeg ansatte denne flotte unge mannen da jeg gjorde din jobb, Charles... og du får min oppsigelse hvis du nærmer deg ham.I employed this splendid young man when I was doing your job, Charles, and you can have my resignation if you go anywhere near him.
Du skal drepe han som dine arbeidsgivere ansatte, fordi han hørtes merkelig ut i telefonen, og fordi dere har mistet kontakten med ham.Fact: you're here to remove your man... whom your organization employed in the first place. Why? Because 1) he sounded funny on the phone... and b) because you've lost contact with him, which makes him a threat.
- Mange kvinnelige ansatte her?A lot of women employed here. Yes.
ViIIe sprenge postkontor. De ansatte for mange svarte.Tried to blow up his local post office because they employed too many African-Americans.
Men i denne overgangen til LIFE online ville vi være ærlige med dere om at noen av dere vil bli ansett som ikke-vesentlige i det nye partnerskapet.But as we undergo this transition to LIFE online... we wanted to be candid with you... that some of you will be determined non-vital employees... to the new partnership.
Han har ansatt hundrevis av vårt folk.Why, he's employed hundreds of our people.
Nå som jeg ikke lenger er ansatt av fengslet, så er det min glede å gi trøst til hans elskede.Now that I'm no longer employed by the penitentiary... it is my joy to bring this small comfort to his loved ones.
Du var tidligere ansatt hos Strutt.Previously you were employed by the firm of Strutt Company.
Jeg er ansatt som organisator, ikke skytsengel.I'm employed as a organiser, not a guardian angel.
De visste at han var ansatt av oss, men ikke hvor.They knew he was employed by us... but they couldn't find out where.

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