why not "tends to have" ? this seems like the most natural translation to me...!
I think so to !
How should fingre be pronounced?It sounds like fimor.
I clearly hear FING - RE, where NG is like Spanish Ñ and the E is like the first A in "again".
Well, but it should be: [ˈfeŋʁʌ-], and that is also what I hear, no Spanish ñ and no schwa such as in "again", but more of a -er sound at the end (like in German: Finger, Fenster, sauber etc.)
Does finger mean only finger or does it include toe as well?
Finger only means the digits on the hand (or glove) with maybe some other meanings, but for "a toe" one would use "en tå" (og flere tæer for "several toes")
A person has 8 fingers and 2 thumbs, tommelfinger