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לִשְׁטוף – to wash/rinse

November 20, 2011

In our house, we have a simple rule – the person who prepares dinner is not responsible for cleaning up afterwards. This means that the other adult in the house is responsible for washing dishes as appropriate – even though we have a dishwasher.

Infinitive: לִשְׁטוף

Root: שטפ

ּBinyan: פָעַל

Present Tense
Male singular שׁוטֵף
Female singular שׁוטֶפֶת
Male plural שׁוטְפִים
Female plural שׁוטְפות
Past Tense
אני שָׁטַפְתִי
אתה שָׁטַפְתָ
את שָׁטַפְתְ
הוא שָׁטַף
היא שָׁטְפָה
אנחנו שָׁטַפְנוּ
אתם שָׁטַפְתֱם
אתן שָׁטַפְתֱן
הם שָׁטְפוּ
הן שָׁטְפוּ
Future Tense
אני אֶשְׁטוף
אתה תִשְׁטוף
את תִשְׁטְפִי
הוא יִשְׁטוף
היא תִשְׁטוף
אנחנו נִשְׁטוף
אתם תִשְׁטְפוּ
אתן תִשְׁטְפוּ
הם יִשְׁטְפוּ
הן יִשְׁטְפוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular שְׁטוף
Female singular שִׁטְפִי
Plural שִׁטְפוּ

בישלתי הערב, אבל גם שטפתי הכלים אחרי הארוחה. חבל.

I cooked this evening, but I also washed the dishes after the meal. Pity.


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