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Německo-český slovník

German-Czech translation for: j-n.
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Dictionary German Czech: j n

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German Czech
Unverified inspizieren j-n/etw. {verb}dozírat [dok.] na k-o/co
Unverified j-n./etw. waschen {verb}umývat [nedok.] k-o/co
Unverified j-n/etw. verfluchen {verb}proklít [dok.] k-o/co
Unverified j-n/etw. zerreißen {verb}rvát [nedok.] k-o/co
Unverified j-n in den April schicken {verb} [ugs.]vyvést k-o aprílem [hovor.]
 
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