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uknjižba (n.) ஒரு திசை மின்னழுத்தம் (நேர் மின்னழுத்தம்) اِكْتَسَحَ; جَرَفَ; رَفَشَ; سَحَا بشكل متأنق word free from negative connotation or taboo in a specific language بارع ماكر ، خادع zamračiti reshje 享受 [xiang-shou] inozemna izravna ulaganja السّكاكين 大明鼎鼎 [da-ming-ding-ding] kicsicsázza magát بوضوح، بجلاء الخ disburden, empty, unpack; give outlet to (feelings, etc.), discharge, hit something forcefully, remove cargo or load from carrier, remove charge from gun, sell something unwanted, share troubles, take film out of camera, transfer something unwanted pathogens Holy Ghost, third person of Trinity السّارق formatting djelokrug rada meni sopa de mandonguilles مدينة فليتس الصوت helado de café con nata oskarżyć (v.) மற் சுற்று பற்சக்கரத் தொகுதி plain old telephone system асцярожнасць treckë calotă inelară librario neřestný obveznica bez kupona/anuiteta حاصِرَة frame check sequence візір wind blown instrument ترجمة صوتيا ضخم ، كبر = ثقيل = مصمت شديد ، بعيد = قوى نسبيا = غزير = خطير = عظيم ، جليل ، مهيب install dolje potpisani meals aftë minyon mister, title of respect for a man, polite form of address to man டாலி Camping device svědomitý dynamic structure