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French-German translation for: automne
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Dictionary French German: automne

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French German
NOUN   l'automne | les automnes
automne {m}
Herbst {m}
2 Words
en automne {adv}im Herbst
l'automne prochain {adv}(im) nächsten Herbst
jour {m} d'automneHerbsttag {m}
mois {m} d'automneHerbstmonat {m}
météo. soleil {m} d'automneHerbstsonne {f}
vacances {} d'automneHerbstferien {pl}
4 Words
l'automne {m} de la vieder Herbst {m} des Lebens
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F Feuilles d'automne [Robert Aldrich]Herbststürme
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