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Saksa-suomi sanakirja

Finnish-German translation for: totta!
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Dictionary Finnish German: totta

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Finnish German
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ADJ  tosi | totta | todet ... 
totta {adv}
5
stimmt
totta {adv}in der Tat
2 Words
Eikö totta?Nicht wahr?
ihanko totta?tatsächlich?
Ihanko totta?Wirklich?
ihanko totta?im Ernst?
Onko totta?Wirklich?
Onko totta?Stimmt das?
totta kai {adv}natürlich
totta kai {adv}selbstverständlich
3 Words
Ei ole totta!Nicht wahr!
Ei ole totta!Das glaube ich nicht!
 
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