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Finnish-German translation for: regnet+junge+Hunde
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Dictionary Finnish German: regnet junge Hunde

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ränsistyä {verb}vor die Hunde gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
poikaJunge {m}
jätkä [arki.] [poika]Junge {m}
elok. F Kaikenkarvainen CharlieCharlieAlle Hunde kommen in den Himmel
Voi veljetJunge, Junge [ugs.]
Poika parka! [myös: Poikaparka!]Armer Junge!
 
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