Region

f; -, -en region; eine dünn besiedelte Region a thinly populated region; fig.: bestimmte Regionen des Gehirns certain areas of the brain; schweben
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die Region
region
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Re|gi|on [re'gioːn]
f -, -en
region
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die
(a part of a country, the world etc: Do you know this region well?; in tropical regions.) region
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Re·gi·on
<-, -en>
[reˈgi̯o:n]
f region
in höheren \Regionen schweben (geh) to have one's head in the clouds
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die; Region, Regionen region
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Region f; -, -en region;
eine dünn besiedelte Region a thinly populated region; fig:
bestimmte Regionen des Gehirns certain areas of the brain; schweben
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die; Region, Regionen region
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-en f.
region n.

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