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Latin-German translation for: Gebräuche
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Dictionary Latin German: Gebräuche

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NOUN   der Gebrauch [Gepflogenheit, Brauch, Sitte] | die Gebräuche
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utor [3]ich gebrauche
religiones {f.pl}religiöse Gebräuche {pl}
ritus et moresSitten und Gebräuche
evalescere {verb} [3]im Gebrauche vorherrschend werden
 
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