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Latin-German translation for: solvit
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Dictionary Latin German: solvit

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Latin German
Unverified Votum solvit.Er hat sein Gelübde eingelöst.
Unverified Votum solvit libens merito.Er hat sein Gelübde gern und nach Gebühr eingelöst.
Unverified Votum solvit libens laetus merito.Er hat sein Gelübde gern, freudig und nach Gebühr eingelöst.
 
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