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|German to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|German term or phrase: ein|
could be "ein (Bier)Stein," too :-)
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Local time: 01:12
|trudy grabbed the gist of what i was assembling, a pun on the difficulty of imbibing just one beer. klaus picked up on the reference to "einstein" the very image of whom is replicated in the friend to whom i was emailing a long, rambling missive. i just hate it when i ruin a good pun with a bad translation. you saved me from such a fate. thanks to all. |
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a, an, one
ein Stein could mean a stone or one stone.
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