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accept your fate

 

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accept, fate
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accept, your, fate
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accept, your, fate
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accept, your, fate
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füge dich deinem Schicksal

 

Definition:

dich, dein, deiner, Schicksal
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Forum discussions containing the search term

Schicksal - fateLast post 02 Jan 10, 17:00
Der Film handelt vom Schicksal zweier Brüder... The film focuses on the fate of two brother…6 Replies
Fate calls - Das Schicksal ruftLast post 09 Sep 09, 08:19
Fate Calls Yes, there is no fate for us only those who are swallowed by ignorance and fear…4 Replies
Schicksal vs. Zufall - Fate vs. ChanceLast post 01 Sep 10, 21:26
es gibt so viele Übersetzungen für diese Wörter, in welcher Kombination nutzt man sie wenn m…2 Replies
your loss! - dein Pech!Last post 06 Dec 07, 17:05
if you don't want to join the party - your loss! dein Pech / Pech gehabt / Selber schuld? k…2 Replies
"Your collar" - "DeinLast post 03 Jul 08, 12:43
In a dialogue one guy says "Thanks for the advice!" - the gal replies "Your collar." (I hear…6 Replies
Kann dein..... - Did your...Last post 21 May 10, 09:51
Kann dein Bruder schwimmen? Did your brother learn to swim? Ichw eiß nicht wie ich das übe…13 Replies
Dein Vater ... - Your Father ...Last post 17 Nov 11, 20:49
Hallo Martin! Dein Vater hat mir vor einigen Wochen gesagt, dass Du eine Wohnung in Stockwe…4 Replies
destiny - fateLast post 30 Jun 08, 16:29
Hallo! Beide Wörter bedeuten übersetzt "Schicksal" Gibt es einen Unterschied in ihrem Anwen…5 Replies
with regard to the fate of the goods - für das Schicksal der WareLast post 18 Mar 09, 11:04
.. das kommt auf den Zusammenhang an - oder hieß das mal "gods"? ;-) "für das Schicksal der5 Replies
deinem Herz / deinem HerzenLast post 30 Aug 17, 08:49
Hello all, Which is correct in German: Wie geht es deinem Herz? or Wie geht es deinem Herz…9 Replies
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