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French-German translation for: carrefour
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Dictionary French German: carrefour

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NOUN   le carrefour | les carrefours
carrefour {m}
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Kreuzung {f} [mehrspurige Straßenkreuzung]
carrefour {m} [réunion]
56
Treffen {n} [Begegnung]
carrefour {m} [fig.]
48
Scheideweg {m}
au carrefour {adv}an der Straßenkreuzung
au carrefour {adv}im / am Schnittpunkt
trafic carrefour {m} giratoireKreisverkehr {m}
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