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Hebrew translation: Muvchar מובחר

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German term or phrase:aussortiert
Hebrew translation:Muvchar מובחר
Entered by: John Kinory
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20:31 Dec 2, 2001
German to Hebrew translations [PRO]
Marketing
German term or phrase: aussortiert
aussortiert, gewaschen und tiefgefroren (Gemüse)
adosanis
Local time: 10:32
Muvchar מובחר
Explanation:
"Muvchar" = gewaehlt, erlesen, aussortiert. Da Sie es vermutlich im Zusammenhang mit Ihrem Obst, Gemuese und Ihren Kartoffeln verwenden wollen, kommt nun die Geschichte mit der maskulin endenden Pluralform ins Spiel, und es heisst: "muvcharim": Also z.B. Jerakot muvcharim etc.
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Rachel Gruenberger-Elbaz
Local time: 09:32
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Muvchar מובחר


Explanation:
"Muvchar" = gewaehlt, erlesen, aussortiert. Da Sie es vermutlich im Zusammenhang mit Ihrem Obst, Gemuese und Ihren Kartoffeln verwenden wollen, kommt nun die Geschichte mit der maskulin endenden Pluralform ins Spiel, und es heisst: "muvcharim": Also z.B. Jerakot muvcharim etc.

Rachel Gruenberger-Elbaz
Local time: 09:32
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