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Német-magyar szótár

Hungarian-German translation for: veti
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veti in other languages:

Deutsch - Albanisch
Deutsch - Esperanto
Deutsch - Ungarisch
English - Albanian
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Dictionary Hungarian German: veti

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Hungarian German
veti magát {verb}sich stürzen
veti magát {verb}sich werfen
ruha vállára veti a zakót {verb}das Sakko über die Schulter hängen
idióma Ki mint veti ágyát, úgy alussza álmát.Wie man sich bettet, so liegt man.
 
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