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Italian-German translation for: bricht.
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Dictionary Italian German: bricht

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Il giorno spunta.Der Tag bricht an.
prov. Tanto va la gatta al lardo che ci lascia lo zampino.Der Krug geht so lange zum Brunnen, bis er bricht.
 
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