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Dictionary Polish German: abgehen geht

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odrywać się od czegoś [gen.] {verb} [np. guzik] [niedok.]von etw.Dat. abgehen [z. B. ein Knopf]
Co słychać?Wie geht's?
Może być.Geht in Ordnung.
Jak leci?Wie geht es?
O co chodzi?Worum geht es?
meteo. Słońce wschodzi.Die Sonne geht auf.
Dobrze mu idzie.Es geht ihm gut.
Mam się dobrze.Mir geht es gut.
No, to się da zrobić!Na, das geht doch!
Jak się masz?Wie geht es dir?
Jak (on) się ma?Wie geht es ihm?
meteo. Słońce zachodzi.Die Sonne geht unter.
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