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Slovak-German translation for: radiť
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Dictionary Slovak German: radiť

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Slovak German
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VERB1  poradiť | poradím | poradia | poradil
radiť
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VERB2  radiť | radím | radia | radil ... 
radiť n-mu n-čo {verb} [nedok.] [odporúčať]
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jdm. etw. raten
radiť {verb} [nedok.] [zaraďovať]reihen [ordnen]
radiť sa s n-ým {verb} [nedok.]sich mit jdm. beraten
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