Schlusseldienst becker

Schlusseldienst becker

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English translation of 'Schlüsseldienst'

masculine noun
DeclensionSchlüsseldienst is a masculine noun. Remember that, in German, both the spelling of the word and the article preceding the word can change depending on whether it is in the nominative, accusative, genitive, or dative case. For further information, see Collins Easy Learning German Grammar.CaseMasculine SingularMasculine PluralNominativeder Schlüsseldienstdie SchlüsseldiensteAccusativeden Schlüsseldienstdie SchlüsseldiensteGenitivedes Schlüsseldiensts/Schlüsseldienstesder SchlüsseldiensteDativedem Schlüsseldienstden Schlüsseldiensten
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Bei Aperitiv, Salzgebäck und Geschichten aus ihrer Kindheit warteten wir auf den Schlüsseldienst.
Die hilflose Polizei mußte drei Stunden draußen auf den Schlüsseldienst warten.
Mit dieser Nachricht platzte Mopo-Chef Clement in die Bremer Redaktionskonferenz, schickte die überraschte Redaktion nach Hause und bestellte den Schlüsseldienst für die Redaktionsräume.
Schließlich ruft sie doch beim Schlüsseldienst an und gegen halb sechs klingelt es.

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