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French-German translation for: [Cette]
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Dictionary French German: [Cette]

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French German
mener à {verbe} [chemin, route : mène cette route ?]führen zu [Weg, Straße: Wohin führt die Straße?]
à ce titre {adv} [pour cette raison]aus diesem Grund
sport mener deux à zéro {verbe} [Cette équipe mène deux à zéro.]mit zwei zu null in Führung liegen [Diese Mannschaft liegt mit zwei zu null in Führung.]
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