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Icelandic-German translation for: borinn
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Dictionary Icelandic German: borinn

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Icelandic German
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ADJ  borinn | borin | borið ... 
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NOUN   bor | borinn | bors | borar
borinn {adj} {past-p}geboren
vel viti borinn {adj}sehr begabt
vera borinn og barnfæddurgeboren und aufgewachsen sein
Hann er borinn og barnfæddur Reykvíkingur.Er ist in Reykjavík geboren und aufgewachsen.
Tangóinn verður vera manni í blóð borinn.Der Tango muss einem im Blut liegen.
 
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