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Icelandic-German translation for: vorbeigekommen.
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Dictionary Icelandic German: vorbeigekommen

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IcelandicGerman
VERB   vorbeikommen | kam vorbei/vorbeikam | vorbeigekommen
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Á leiðinni ók ég fram hjá slysi.Auf der Fahrt bin ich an einem Unfall vorbeigekommen.
Húsið kemur mér kunnuglega fyrir sjónir. Ég held við höfum farið hér áður fram hjá því.Das Haus kommt mir bekannt vor. Ich glaube, wir sind schon mal daran vorbeigekommen.
 
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