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Icelandic-German translation for: flýtur
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Dictionary Icelandic German: flýtur

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Icelandic German
Hann flytur húsgögn.Er transportiert Möbel.
Vatnið flýtur yfir flóðgarðana.Das Wasser flutet über die Dämme.
Fita flýtur alltaf ofan á.Fett schwimmt immer oben.
Hún flytur inn um helgina.Sie zieht am Wochenende ein.
Korktappinn sekkur ekki, hann flýtur.Der Korken sinkt nicht, er schwimmt.
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