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Icelandic-German translation for: vanþörf
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Dictionary Icelandic German: vanþörf

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Icelandic German
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NOUN   vanþörf | vanþörfin | vanþarfar | -
Það er ekki vanþörf á meira sjúkrahúsrými.Es besteht ein großer Bedarf für weitere Betten im Krankenhaus.
Það væri ekki vanþörf á kenna honum dálitla dönsku.Es würde nicht schaden, ihm ein wenig Dänisch beizubringen.
Það væri ekki vanþörf þvo bílinn þinn.Dein Wagen könnte eine Wäsche gebrauchen.
 
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