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French-German translation for: schob Wache
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Dictionary French German: schob Wache

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VERB   Wache schieben | schob Wache/Wache schob | Wache geschoben
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garde {f}Wache {f}
veiller {verbe}Wache halten
sentinelle {f}Wache {f} [Wachposten]
veillée {f}Wache {f} [das Wachen]
mil. être en sentinelle {verbe}Wache stehen
arch. mil. corps {m} de gardeWache {f} [Wachgebäude]
veiller qn. {verbe}bei jdm. Wache halten
être en faction {verbe} [garde](auf) Wache stehen
être de quart {verbe} [assurer la surveillance]Wache haben [Wachdienst]
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