⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'German-French border' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   the German-French border | -
German-French border
deutsch-französische Grenze {f}
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Übersetzung für 'German-French border' von Englisch nach Deutsch

German-French border
deutsch-französische Grenze {f}geogr.pol.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The MEGAL pipeline (...) is a major natural gas pipeline system in southern Germany. It transports natural gas from the Czech–German and Austrian–German borders to the German–French border.
  • Rheinau is located in the Upper Rhine River Plains directly on the Rhine and as such at the German-French border.
  • Between the World Wars, France built an "impregnable" underground steel and concrete fortification that ran the length of the German-French border.
  • Naßweiler (Nassweiler) is an Ortsteil of the German municipality of Großrosseln in the Saarland, directly on the German-French border.
  • These subordinated camps were located on both sides of the German-French border.
  • He is the first Polish French Mayor of a French town near the German-French border.
  • Around the German-French border areas, inherently many words cross the language border, for example, in Lorraine: Instead of "ça éclabousse", "ça spritz" is used for "this sputters" – "spritzen" is "sputtering" in German.
  • In 1940 Fall Braun was the name for the military plan for the German occupation of France (1940).
  • Jeanrond is a German Roman Catholic theologian. He was born in 1955 in Saarbrücken in the Saar Protectorate, now Saarland, Germany.
  • The squadron's most recent activation came in May 2021, when it replaced United States Air Forces in Europe - Air Forces Africa Warfare Center Detachment 3 at Bann, Germany.
  • is a town in the southernmost part of the district of Germersheim, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
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