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boynundan vurulmuştu

Dutch translation: in zijn nek geraakt worden

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Turkish term or phrase:boynundan vurulmuştu
Dutch translation:in zijn nek geraakt worden
Entered by: Taner Göde
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14:30 Oct 29, 2006
Turkish to Dutch translations [PRO]
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Turkish term or phrase: boynundan vurulmuştu
Teğmen boynundan vurulmuştu
Mariette van Heteren
Netherlands
Local time: 02:56
in zijn nek geraakt worden
Explanation:
Teğmen is dus luitenant (een ster)
Boyun is de nek (boğaz is de hals)
Vurulmak is de passieve vorm van vurmak = Met een geweer of geschut raken.

Teğmen (kurşunla) boynundan vurulmuştu

De luitenant was in zijn nek geraakt (door een kogel)
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Taner Göde
Local time: 03:56
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dank je!
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Taner Göde


  

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in zijn nek geraakt worden


Explanation:
Teğmen is dus luitenant (een ster)
Boyun is de nek (boğaz is de hals)
Vurulmak is de passieve vorm van vurmak = Met een geweer of geschut raken.

Teğmen (kurşunla) boynundan vurulmuştu

De luitenant was in zijn nek geraakt (door een kogel)

Taner Göde
Local time: 03:56
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