I'm having some trouble understanding the difference between var, vara, and vart. When do you use each one?
When I hover over "var" it has "our", "spring" and "ours", for one, which type of "spring" is it referring to? And for two, when do any types of "spring" connect to "our" or "ours"?
It means spring as in the season after winter and before summer.
As for the second question, I'm not sure I understand what you mean. It's a word that happens to be the same with 2-3 different meanings.
I mean, how does "spring" have any connection to "our" and "ours"? I didn't think "Spring" (as in the season) had any connection to the words "our" and "ours". How is "spring" at all like the words "our" and "ours".
vår can be a possessive pronoun meaning 'our' and a noun meaning 'spring' as in the season. The machine just gives you hints about how a literal word can be translated – it doesn't realize that those two vår are in fact different words.
- The season
- It doesn't connect; it isn't the only language that does that