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der Tümmler



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Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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... - \tgroßer Tümmler / kleiner TümmlerLast post 07 Jan 08, 16:22 Replies
tumbler - der Tumbler (Trinkglas)Last post 03 Jan 08, 21:38
Die Limette achteln und in einem Tumbler stoßen und den braunen Zucker (Rohrzucker) dazu geb1 Replies
tumbler - SäuferLast post 30 Sep 07, 02:01
there were six "Boys", tumblers and strongmen, rough characters ?10 Replies
tumblerLast post 09 Jul 07, 08:42
Auf dem Reinigungsetikett einer Hose steht: Trocknung im Tumbler empfohlen. was soll man da…4 Replies
tumblerLast post 12 Dec 12, 19:40
The lettered cylinder reminded him of one of his childhood toys - a rod threaded with letter…2 Replies
tumbler - Tumbler, m - Trockner, m - Wäschetrockner, m - Trommeltrockner, mLast post 26 Apr 20, 10:06
Leo hat bereits Einträge zu dryer…5 Replies
tumbler - Zahnrad / KippschalterLast post 14 Feb 07, 10:54
A safe with a huge metal handle and tumblers the size of my hand. Rad zum Drehen/Einschnappe…2 Replies
rock tumblerLast post 31 Oct 07, 16:24
The falls tumbled us around like rocks in a rock tumbler Zwei Jugendliche sind gerade einen…11 Replies
child tumblerLast post 29 Apr 20, 14:55
Denis was a pudgy, bespectacled forty-year-old music hall artiste who had been brought up in…12 Replies
ignition tumblerLast post 15 Apr 15, 20:53
Using his knife, he pried the plastic cover panel off the ignition tumbler. In einem Auto.5 Replies

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