m; -s, -s; SPORT cup
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m -s, -s (SPORT)
* * *
<-s, -s>
1. (Siegespokal) cup
2. (Pokalwettbewerb) cup [competition]
3. MODE cup
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der; Cups, Cups (Sport) cup
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Cup m; -s, -s; SPORT cup
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der; Cups, Cups (Sport) cup

Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch. 2013.


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