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Icelandic-German translation for: breitt
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Dictionary Icelandic German: breitt

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Icelandic German
ADJ  breiður | breið | breitt ... 
VERB   að breiða | breiði | breiddi | breitt
breitt belti {hv}breiter Gürtel {m}
vítt og breitt {adv}weit und breit
Hann hafði breitt yfir sig teppi.Er hatte eine Decke über sich gebreitet.
sem gagnrýnir aðra mikið verður hafa breitt bak. [orðtak]Wer viel austeilt, muss auch viel einstecken können. [Idiom]
vítt og breitt um Þýskaland {adv}deutschlandweit
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