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Swedish-German translation for: norr
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Dictionary Swedish German: norr

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Swedish German
geogr. norr <N> [oböjl.]
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Norden {m} <N>
geogr. meteo. norr <N> [oböjl.]Nord <N> [bes. Seemannssprache und Meteorologie] [Norden]
i norr {adv}im Norden
norr om {prep}nördlich [+Gen.]
norr om {prep}nördlich von [+Dat.]
att orientera ngt. åt norr [t.ex. en karta]etw.Akk. einnorden
att rikta ngt. åt norr [t.ex. en karta]etw.Akk. einnorden
 
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