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

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French German
fichu {adj} [fam.] [antéposé] [désagréable]
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blöd [ugs.] [unangenehm] [z. B. Wetter]
vaste {adj} [antéposé] [bâtiment, propriété, parc]
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weitläufig [Gebäude, Anwesen, Park]
Unverified sacré {adj} [fam.] [antéposé] [un très haut degré dans l'excellence, p. ex. une sacrée technique]verdammt gut [ugs.]
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