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Немецко-русский словарь

Russian-German translation for: рвать
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Dictionary Russian German: рвать

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Russian German
рвать {verb} [несов.]
рвать {verb} [цветы] [несов.]
pflücken [Blumen]
рвать {verb} [несов.] [на части]
рвать {verb} [несов.] [страдать рвотой]kotzen [ugs.]
рвать {verb} [разг.]  рвоте] [несов.](sich) erbrechen
идиом. рвать и метатьtoben und rasen
идиом. рвать и метать {verb} [перен.]Gift und Galle speien [fig.]
В самолёте его стало рвать. [разг.]Im Flugzeug musste er sich übergeben.
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