1. to cook
The teacher told us to cook something for our parents.
I learned to cook at the age of ten.
English word "att laga"(to cook) occurs in sets:Czasowniki szwedzkie Moniki 1.1
My mother said there was nothing I could do to completely prepare for parenthood.
If I don't go to the supermarket, I won't be able to prepare anything to eat this evening.
Your response is greatly appreciated and will enable us to prepare more efficiently.
He'll be back in two hours. In the meantime, let's prepare dinner.
My robot will prepare meals, clean, wash dishes, and perform other household tasks.
Please prepare a CD player so that you can quickly playback the sound you want to record.
We have to look the future straight in the eye and prepare to get through the coming crisis.
I am a little bit afraid that he will not prepare anything because I have not seen a presentation of his with presentation material.
Scott, prepare the advertising budget right now!
Prepare five postcard sized pieces of cardboard.
About the camp coming up, we'll prepare the food so could you arrange three cars?
To prepare means to get ready for something. When you prepare for a test, you'll get a better score than if you don’t.
Mohandas had been back in India for two years, and once again he prepared to leave
We can prepare to offer you a special discount of 5% for the STL#3456, on condition that you place an order for more than 15 at one time.