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Icelandic-German translation for: [ástand]
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Dictionary Icelandic German: [ástand]

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Icelandic German
úr {prep} [+þgf.] [um ástand, áhrif]außer [+Dat.] [Zustand, Einfluss]
versna [ástand]sich zuspitzen [Lage]
hörmungar {kv.ft} [skelfilegt ástand]
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Katastrophe {f}
flækja {kv} [flókið ástand]Komplikation {f}
halda sér [ástand]sich halten [Zustand]
koma e-m í e-ð [ástand]jdn. in etw. versetzen [Zustand]
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