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Idea for Trennbare Verben (and sorry for the repeated posts)

I have pushed the “Delete” button for the two earlier posts but, for some reason, they stayed.

I would like to share an idea for a mechanical instruction for adding "Trennbare verben" to the prompt boxes of their correspondent non "Trennbare verben". This idea is a similar procedure to the other I posted before.

Suppose we have defined “umsteigen”, “einsteigen”, “aussteigen” and “steigen”.

Word: umsteigen; Translation: to change
Word: einsteigen; Translation: to get on

Word: aussteigen; Translation: to get off
Word: steigen; Translation: to climb

We oould create a code, e.g “$%&”, so that, when it is in a definition, puts in the prompt box of its word any term that containing the expression after “$%&” and its translation.

Then, we can redefine “steigen” in the following way

Word: steigen; Translation: to climb / $%&steigen

Prompt box of “steigen” before the re-definition: to climb
Prompt box of “steigen” after the re-definition: to climb / umsteigen: to change / einsteigen: to get on / aussteigen: to get off / and any other term containing “steigen” as a word or as part of a word.

This couldn’t be done with the same command used as filter because it only retrieves a term when you write it exactly and completely. But another command could be used.

I hope this could also be easy to implement.

Greetings.

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