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Anglicko-slovenský slovník

Slovak-English translation for: ne serait ce que
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Dictionary Slovak English: ne serait ce que

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Partial Matches
chém. cér {m} <Ce>cerium <Ce>
ne- {prefix}non-
ne- {prefix}un-
chém. neón {m} <Ne>neon <Ne>
dokiaľ (ne...) {conj}till
dokiaľ (ne...) {conj}until
pokým (ne...) {conj}till
pokým (ne...) {conj}until
severovýchod {m} <SV>northeast <NE>
geogr. Nebraska {f}Nebraska <NE>
geogr. Niger {m}Niger <.ne>
 
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