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Dictionary German Danish: [timer]

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Tag {m} [24 Std. von Mitternacht bis Mitternacht]
4
døgn {n} [dag, periode 24 timer]
24 Stunden {pl} [von Mitternacht bis Mitternacht]døgn {n} [dag, periode 24 timer]
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