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Italian-German translation for: fahrenden
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Dictionary Italian German: fahrenden

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NOUN1   der Fahrende/ein Fahrender | die Fahrenden
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NOUN2   die Fahrende | die Fahrenden
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traff. saltare sull'autobus in corsa {verb}auf den fahrenden Bus aufspringen
automob. dir. lanciare qn./qc. dall'auto in corsa {verb}jdn./etw. aus dem fahrenden Auto werfen
 
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