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Icelandic-German translation for: lyktar
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Dictionary Icelandic German: lyktar

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Icelandic German
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NOUN   lykt | lyktin | lyktar | lyktir
Hvað lyktar svona illa?Was riecht hier so streng?
Málið lyktar af spillingu.Die Sache riecht nach Korruption.
Úldinn fiskur lyktar illa.Verdorbener Fisch riecht übel.
Þetta lyktar af mútum!Das stinkt nach Bestechung!
Getur þú sagt mér af hverju lyktar hér?Kannst du mir sagen, wonach es hier riecht?
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