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Icelandic-German translation for: byrði
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Dictionary Icelandic German: byrði

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Icelandic German
NOUN   byrði | byrðin | byrði/byrðar | byrðar
byrði {kv}Belastung {f}
byrði {kv}Bürde {f}
byrði {kv}Last {f}
byrði {kv} [óeiginl.]Kreuz {n} [fig.] [Last]
Böggullinn var þung byrði.Das Paket war eine schwere Last.
Hann hefur þunga byrði bera.Er hat ein Kreuz zu tragen.
málshát. Hver hefur sína byrði bera.Jeder hat sein Kreuz zu tragen.
færa byrði frá einni öxl til annarrareine Last von einer auf die andere Schulter verlagern
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