English-German translation for "aborigine"

"aborigine" German translation

aborigine
[æbəˈridʒiniː; -dʒə-]noun | Substantiv s

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examples
  • Aborigine native Australian
    australische(r) Ureinwohner(in), Aboriginemasculine and feminine | Maskulinum und Femininum m/f
    Aborigine native Australian
  • Ureinwohnermasculine | Maskulinum m
    aborigine native inhabitant or population <usually | meistmeistplural | Plural pl>
    Eingeborene(r)
    aborigine native inhabitant or population <usually | meistmeistplural | Plural pl>
    aborigine native inhabitant or population <usually | meistmeistplural | Plural pl>
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  • aborigines <usually | meistmeistplural | Plural pl>
    aborigines <usually | meistmeistplural | Plural pl>
  • (die) ursprüngliche Flora und Fauna (eines Gebietes)
    aborigine flora and fauna <plural | Pluralpl>
    aborigine flora and fauna <plural | Pluralpl>

"Aborigine" German translation

Aborigine
[ˌæbəˈrɪdʒɪnɪ]noun | Substantiv s

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  • Ureinwohner(in)masculine form with feminine ending in brackets | Maskulinum mit Femininendung in Klammern m(f) (Australiens)
    Aborigine
    Aboriginemasculine | Maskulinum m
    Aborigine
    Aborigine

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