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Dutch-German translation for: versnelling
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Dictionary Dutch German: versnelling

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NOUN   de versnelling | de versnellingen
auto fiets versnelling {de} [schakelinrichting]
9
Gangschaltung {f}
fiets auto versnelling {de} [mechanisme]
4
Gang {m}
versnelling {de} [acceleratie]Beschleunigung {f}
een versnelling hoger schakelen {verb} [fig.]einen / eins draufsetzen
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