Suppose you're walking in the downtown district in your home town, and you pass by a smelly garbage bin that in Israel we call צְפַרְדְעִים (tse-fahr-de-EEM) - frogs.
|See why we call them frogs?|
You might wish to move away from the stench. In Hebrew, to move away from something is לְהִתְרַחֵק מִמַּשֶּׁהו (le-heet-rah-KHEK mee-MAH-sheh-hoo).
להתרחק is a reflexive התפעל form using the root ר.ח.ק (r.kh.k) - distance. You can learn to use the התפעל form here.
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