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 Übersetzung für 'Nashville' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Nashville | -
SYNO capital of Tennessee | Nashville
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Nashville
Nashville {n}
orn.T
Nashville warbler [Vermivora ruficapilla]
Rubinfleckwaldsänger {m}
orn.T
Nashville warbler [Vermivora ruficapilla]
Rubinfleck-Waldsänger {m}
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  • Nashville {n} = Nashville
  • aus Nashville [nachgestellt] = Nashvillian
  • Person {f} aus Nashville = Nashvillian
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The expansion of the National Hockey League brought the Nashville Predators to Nashville in 1998.
  • He started his first and only Grand National Division - later known as the Winston Cup Series - race at the Nashville Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee, during the 1965 Nashville 400.
  • Cable stations based in Nashville include Country Music Television and NRB Network. The Nashville Network was also based in Nashville until it closed in 2000.
  • As can be seen from both of the tables above, Nashville beats every other candidate.
  • Johnson currently trains at Nashville MMA in Nashville, TN.

  • RCA Nashville is an American country music record label based in Nashville, Tennessee. It is distributed by Sony Music Nashville which is part of Sony Music.
  • Left Ohio for Nashville, Tennessee, September 21. Served provost and guard duty at Nashville, September 1864 to June 1865. Battle of Nashville December 15–16, 1864.
  • Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Sony Music Nashville includes its three country recording labels Arista Nashville, Columbia Nashville, and RCA Nashville, as well as Christian music company Provident Label Group.
  • The 1979 Busch Nashville 420 was run on July 14 at Nashville Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee. Darrell Waltrip won the pole.
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