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Dictionnaire Allemand-Français

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

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cuis. goûter {m} [ici : collation plutôt substantielle, le plus souvent salée]Vesper {f} {n} [südd.] [Zwischenmahlzeit am Nachmittag]
pause {f} goûter [casse-croûte ou collation salée]Brotzeit {f} [bayrisch]
quatre heures {m.pl} [collation pendant l'après-midi]Zvieri {m} {n} [schweiz.]
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