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Icelandic-German translation for: afl
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Dictionary Icelandic German: afl

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Icelandic German
NOUN1   afl | aflið | afls | öfl
NOUN2   afl | aflinn | afls | aflar
afl1 {hv}
Kraft {f}
afl1 {hv}
Stärke {f}
eðlisfr. afl1 {hv}Energie {f}
afl1 {hv}Gewalt {f}
afl2 {k} [gamalt] [eldstæði í smiðju]Esse {f}
fornl. afl2 {k} [gamalt] [eldstæði í smiðju]Schmiedefeuer {n}
Það þarf afl til lyfta þessum kassa.Es gehört Kraft dazu, diese Kiste zu heben.
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