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Icelandic-German translation for: drakk
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Dictionary Icelandic German: drakk

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Icelandic German
VERB   að drekka | drekk | drakk | drukkið
Hann drakk svart te.Er trank schwarzen Tee.
Hver drakk alla mjólkina?Wer hat die ganze Milch ausgetrunken?
Barnið drakk glas af saft.Das Kind trank ein Glas Saft.
Hann stóð við barborðið og drakk bjór.Er stand an der Theke und trank Bier.
Hún drakk límonaði með röri.Sie trank Limonade mit einem Strohhalm.
Með matnum drakk hún glas af víni.Zum Essen trank sie ein Glas Wein.
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