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

Translation 1 - 20 of 20

rêche {adj} [main, drap]
rau [Hand, Stoff]
d'occasion {adj}
gebraucht [aus zweiter Hand]
tendu {adj} {past-p} [main, membre]
ausgestreckt [Hand, Arm, Bein]
tendu {adj} {past-p} [main, membre]
gestreckt [Hand, Arm, Bein]
retirer qc. {verbe} [plainte, offre, main, etc.]
etw.Akk. zurückziehen [Klage, Angebot, Hand etc.]
baiser qc. {verbe}
etw.Akk. küssen [Stirn, Hand usw., nicht den Mund]
lever qc. {verbe} [main, jambe]
etw.Akk. hochheben [Hand, Bein]
fourmiller {verbe} [éprouver un picotement]
kribbeln [Hand, Beine]
avoir qc. sous la main {verbe}etw.Akk. dahaben [ugs.] [zur Hand haben]
tendre qc. à qn. {verbe} [objet, main, joue]jdm. etw.Akk. hinhalten [Gegenstand, Hand, Wange]
tendre qc. à qn. {verbe} [objet, main]jdm. etw.Akk. reichen [Gegenstand, Hand]
cornaquer qn. {verbe} [fam.]jdn. führen [begleiten, an die Hand nehmen]
pince {f} [fam.]
Flosse {f} [ugs.] [Hand]
anat. paume {f} [partie charnue du poignet]
Ballen {m} [Hand]
prise {f} en mainHandgriff {m} [Griffigkeit; wie etwas in der Hand liegt]
anat. scaphoïde {m} [Os scaphoideum]Kahnbein {n} [der Hand]
anat. os {m} scaphoïde [Os scaphoideum]Kahnbein {n} [der Hand]
2 Words
poser qc. sur qc. {verbe} [main, doigt]etw.Akk. auf etw.Akk. legen [Hand, Finger]
3 Words
main dans la main {adv}Hand in Hand
4 Words
aller de pair {verbe} [avec]Hand in Hand gehen [mit]
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