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Þýsk-íslensk orðabók

Icelandic-German translation for: seinn
  äöüß...
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Dictionary Icelandic German: seinn

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Icelandic German
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ADJ  seinn | sein | seint ... 
seinn {adj}
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spät
seinn {adj}
3
langsam
vera of seinn [klukka]nachgehen [Uhr]
vera seinn gera e-ðetw. langsam machen
vera seinn fyrir með e-ðmit etw. spät dran sein
Ég er orðinn of seinn.Ich bin schon zu spät.
Vagninn er næstum því tíu mínútum of seinn.Der Bus hat bald zehn Minuten Verspätung.
verða of seinn fyrir vikiðaus diesem Grund zu spät kommen
 
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