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Spanish-German translation for: bruja
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Dictionary Spanish German: bruja

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NOUN   la bruja | las brujas
bruja {f}
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Hexe {f}
cine F Sabrina, la bruja adolescente [am.]Sabrina - Total verhext!
cine F Una bruja sin escoba [José María Elorrieta]Die Hexe ohne Besen
 
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