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Polish-English translation for: outside Germany
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Dictionary Polish English: outside Germany

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Niemcy {pl} [plurale tantum]Germany
geogr. do Niemiec {adv}to Germany
geogr. w Niemczech {adv}in Germany
geogr. z Niemiec {adv}from Germany
pol. Republika {f} Federalna Niemiec <RFN>Federal Republic of Germany [official name] <FRG>
hist. pol. Niemiecka Republika {f} Demokratyczna <NRD>East Germany [German Democratic Republic]
 
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