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pulled muscle

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die Zerrung



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Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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pulledLast post 13 Dec 09, 15:27
Suddenly the man pulled the women into the street and threw her on to the pavement. Plötzlic…7 Replies
pulled off - gezogenLast post 30 Sep 09, 16:01
samples will be pulled off storage Ich denke die Übersetzung ist vom Sinn richtig, aber ist 0 Replies
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