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German translation: Römische Burggruine, Küstenriff

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07:54 Jun 22, 2000
Spanish to German translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: castro
It's probably really easy, but since I don't speak Spanish at all I don't have a clue about this term. Thanks
Renate
German translation:Römische Burggruine, Küstenriff
Explanation:
Es kann auch ein Familienname oder einOrtsname sein (im Norden Spaniens). Hoffentlich hilft's. Ofelia
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ofelia
Local time: 19:49
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That fits the context perfectly. Thank you!
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naRömische Burggruine, Küstenriffofelia
naContext requested
two2tango


  

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41 mins
Context requested


Explanation:
Could you please provide more context?
Castro is a very usual last name in Spanish, but not so usual in normal speech.
Viel Glueck!

two2tango
Argentina
Local time: 21:49
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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Römische Burggruine, Küstenriff


Explanation:
Es kann auch ein Familienname oder einOrtsname sein (im Norden Spaniens). Hoffentlich hilft's. Ofelia

ofelia
Local time: 19:49
Grading comment
That fits the context perfectly. Thank you!
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