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hope to help you. "Fremdüblich" sounds strange and somewhat old-fashioned to me. Tax-related, no wonder. Or is it Austrian German? The only sense I can make out of this with no further context is the one above. May be a whole sentence would have made things clearer.
Anyway, see you o n jan 12. Luckily, I got a ticket to germany for Dec 30, tough job here.
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Steffen Pollex Local time: 14:42 Works in field Native speaker of: German, Russian PRO pts in category: 12
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usual elsewhere/in other companies
Explanation: just another suggestion
schmurr Local time: 14:42 Native speaker of: German