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French translation: devoir perdre/se défaire de

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German term or phrase:abmüssen
French translation:devoir perdre/se défaire de
Entered by: Béatrice Öman
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14:11 Feb 8, 2007
German to French translations [PRO]
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German term or phrase: abmüssen
Kennen Sie das Verb "abmüssen" ? Wenn Ja, was bedeutet es ?

Viel Dank !

Le verbe "abmüssen" existe-t-il ? Si oui, que signifie-t-il ???

does the verb "abmüssen" exist ? If yes, what does it mean ????

Thank You very much
amance
Local time: 18:06
devoir perdre/se défaire de
Explanation:
Pas tellement sûre comment on dirait ça en français ("il faudrait vraiment que tu te rases la barbe/ailles chez le coiffeur"?)
En tout état de cause, on dit "der/die/das muss ab" s'il faut se défaire de quelque chose.
Ça te sert à quelque chose?
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Béatrice Öman
Local time: 18:06
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devoir perdre/se défaire de


Explanation:
Pas tellement sûre comment on dirait ça en français ("il faudrait vraiment que tu te rases la barbe/ailles chez le coiffeur"?)
En tout état de cause, on dit "der/die/das muss ab" s'il faut se défaire de quelque chose.
Ça te sert à quelque chose?

Example sentence(s):
  • Mutti sagt, meine Haare müssen ab!
  • Meine Frau sagt, der Bart muss ab.
Béatrice Öman
Local time: 18:06
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agree  Jutta Deichselberger: in diesem Kontext, ja!
32 mins
  -> merci!

agree  giselavigy
44 mins
  -> merci!

agree  Geneviève von Levetzow
46 mins
  -> merci!

agree  Alanna
50 mins
  -> merci!

agree  Iela
1 hr
  -> merci!

agree  Michael Senn: ja, im Sinne von "etwas muß entfernt werden" (der Infinitiv exisitiert allerdings nicht).
1 hr
  -> merci! Stimmt. Aber Deutsch ist ja doch recht... flexibel geworden :-)

agree  lorette
1 hr
  -> merci!

agree  Philippe ROUSSEAU
2 hrs
  -> merci!

agree  Emmanuelle Riffault
3 hrs
  -> merci!

agree  Ingeborg Gowans: nur in diesem Sinne geht es; aber es ist kein vollständiges Verb
7 hrs
  -> In der Tat...
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Feb 8, 2007 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
Language pairFrench to German » German to French


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