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Tysk-norsk (Bokmål) ordbok

Norwegian-German translation for: [sykdom]
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Dictionary Norwegian German: [sykdom]

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Norwegian German
å holde senga [ligge i sengen under sykdom]das Bett hüten [wegen Krankheit im Bett bleiben]
å slite med noe [f.eks. skade, sykdom]unter etw.Dat. leiden [z. B. Schaden, Krankheit]
å være beina [etter en sykdom; etter søvn]wieder auf den Beinen sein [wieder gesund sein; wieder auf sein]
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