large

[larж] Adj. schw. (großzügig) generous; (nachsichtig) lenient
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[larZ]
adj (Sw)
generous
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large
[larʒ]
adj SCHWEIZ (generös) generous
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large [larʒ] adj schweiz (großzügig) generous; (nachsichtig) lenient

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