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Norwegian-German translation for: opptatt
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Dictionary Norwegian German: opptatt

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Norwegian German
ADJ   opptatt | opptatt | opptatte
VERB   å oppta | opptar | opptok | opptatt
opptatt {adj} [travel]
opptatt {adj} [ikke ledig]
opptatt {adj} [ikke ledig]
belegt [Platz]
opptatt {adj} [ikke ledig]ausgelastet
opptatt {adj} [travel]vielbeschäftigt
opptatt {adj} [travel]viel beschäftigt [Rsv.]
Er du opptatt?Hast du etwas vor?
å være opptatt av noean etw. interessiert sein
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