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Icelandic-German translation for: elda
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Dictionary Icelandic German: elda

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Icelandic German
VERB   elda | elda | eldaði | eldað
elda (e-ð)
(etw.) kochen
elda matEssen kochen
ég elda hér?Darf ich hier kochen?
elda grátt silfur við e-n [orðtak]mit jdm. im Streit liegen
lenda milli tveggja eldasich zwischen zwei Stühle setzen
Hann kann ekki elda.Er kann nicht kochen.
Það elda mat hér.Hier darf man Essen kochen.
nota gaseldavél til eldaeinen Gasherd zum Kochen benutzen
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