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einseitswendig

Dutch translation: eenzijdswendig

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German term or phrase:einseitswendig
Dutch translation:eenzijdswendig
Entered by: Patrick John Burhorn
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14:59 Aug 21, 2014
German to Dutch translations [PRO]
Botany / Plantbeschrijvingen
German term or phrase: einseitswendig
Rispe mit lockerem, einseitswendigem Aufbau; Ährchen hängend, zwei- bis dreiblütig.

Beschrijving van wilde haver (Tauber Hafer)
Ghislaine Giebels
Netherlands
Local time: 11:40
eenzijdswendig
Explanation:
Zie onder
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Patrick John Burhorn
Germany
Local time: 11:40
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eenzijdswendig


Explanation:
Zie onder

Example sentence(s):
  • lange trossen met eenzijdswendige bloemen
  • eenzijdswendige kransen, bleekpurper

    Reference: http://archive.org/stream/onzeflorabeschri00oude/onzeflorabe...
Patrick John Burhorn
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