Auf Schritt und Tritt

Swedish translation: överallt

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German term or phrase:Auf Schritt und Tritt
Swedish translation:överallt
Entered by: cologne

17:40 Nov 7, 2005
German to Swedish translations [PRO]
Tourism & Travel
German term or phrase: Auf Schritt und Tritt
Auf Schritt und Tritt begegnet der Besucher der reichen Geschichte und so mancher Kurfürst und Erzbischof hat sich mit Bauwerken und Verschönerungen am Dom ein Denkmal gesetzt.
cologne
Germany
Local time: 06:31
överallt
Explanation:
kan man kanske säga? En annan variant, dock negativ i mina nativsvenska öron, är "jämt och ständigt".
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Erik Hansson
Germany
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överallt


Explanation:
kan man kanske säga? En annan variant, dock negativ i mina nativsvenska öron, är "jämt och ständigt".

Erik Hansson
Germany
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Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish
PRO pts in category: 20
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Tack Erik!

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agree  Ingrid Simko: Överallt passar mycket bra i sammanhanget.
1 hr
  -> Tack, Ingrid, och många hälsningar till min gamla hemby!

agree  Stefanie Busam Golay
2 hrs
  -> Tack, Stefanie!

agree  Lena Samuelsson
15 hrs
  -> Tack, Lena!
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