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Slovak-German translation for: Zajtra
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Slovak German
zajtra
21
morgen
zajtra ránomorgen Früh [bes. österr.]
Aj zajtra je deň. [idióm]Morgen ist auch noch ein Tag. [Idiom]
príslov. Zajtra, zajtra, len nie dnes, vraví každý lenivec.Morgen, morgen, nur nicht heute, sagen alle faulen Leute.
príslov. Čo môžeš urobiť dnes, neodkladaj na zajtra.Was du heute kannst besorgen, das verschiebe nicht auf morgen.
 
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