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BETA Turkish-German translation for: artık!
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Dictionary Turkish German: artık

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Turkish German
artık {adv}
21
endlich [schließlich, zuletzt]
artık {adj}
3
verbleibend
Nouns
artıkÜberschuss {m}
2 Words
artık değil {adv}nicht mehr
Artık değil.Jetzt nicht mehr.
artık yokist nicht mehr
Yeter artık!Es reicht!
Yeter artık!Genug jetzt!
ekon. artık değerMehrwert {m}
artık yılSchaltjahr {n}
 
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