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|German to English translations [PRO]|
|German term or phrase: Grass|
|Appears as follows:|
- Grass 2
- Grass 1
- Grass 3
- Grass Ordner 1
- Grass Ordner 2
What is Grass?
Selected response from:
Johanna Timm, PhD
Local time: 09:19
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Gras / or a surname: Grass
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grass or Grass
1. It could mean Marijuana. The English slang term "grass" is also used in German.
2. It could be a proper name. There are 8-11 people in the Hamburg telephone book with the name Grass, either with double "s" or "ß".
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It's a name
Since that word appears in your text several times, it is safe to assume that it is not a typo. Therefore, the (only) logical explanation is that "Grass" is a name. If these are legal files, it may be the name of the case (ie, the name of the client).
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