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Swedish-German translation for: saknad
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Dictionary Swedish German: saknad

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Swedish German
ADJ   saknad | saknat | saknade
NOUN   (en) saknad | saknaden | - | -
saknad {adj}
saknad {u} [längtan]
Sehnsucht {f}
saknad {u}
Vermissen {n}
saknad {u} [brist]
Mangel {m}
saknad {u} [brist]Fehlen {n}
saknad {u} [sorg över förlust]Trauer {f} [über Verlust]
3 Words
anmäld (som) saknad {adj}(als) vermisst gemeldet
mil. saknad i strid {adj}vermisst <verm.>
att anmäla ngn. (som) saknadjdn. (als) vermisst melden
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