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Dutch-German translation for: Oostenrijk.
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Dictionary Dutch German: Oostenrijk

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Dutch German
NOUN   (het) Oostenrijk | -
geogr. Oostenrijk {het}
Österreich {n}
geogr. naar Oostenrijk {adv}nach Österreich
geogr. Neder-Oostenrijk {het}Niederösterreich {n} <NÖ>
geogr. Opper-Oostenrijk {het}Oberösterreich {n} <OÖ>
geogr. pol. Republiek {de} OostenrijkRepublik {f} Österreich
Ik kom uit Oostenrijk.Ich bin aus Österreich.
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