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Atem Alkoholmessger��t Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung



Atem holen
take breath
Atem schöpfen
draw breath
außer Atem
scant of breath
wieder zu Atem kommen
recover one's breath
Atem m, Atemzug m
Atemzüge pl
Atem holen
mit angehaltenem Atem
den Atem anhalten
breath
breaths
to catch one's breath
with bated breath
to hold one's breath
jdm. den Atem verschlagen
Mir verschlug es die Sprache.
to stagger sb.
I was staggered.
Atem-Durchflussgeschwindigkeit f
volumetric respiratory flow
außer prp, +Dativ (räumlich)
außer Atem
außer Sicht sein
out of
out of breath
to be out of sight
Er ist außer Atem.
He has lost his wind.
Holen Sie tief Atem!
Draw a deep breath!
Atem
breath
Atem, Atemzug
breath
Holen Sie tief Atem
draw a deep breath
Er ist außer Atem
he has lost his wind
ausser Atem
out of breath
Atem holen
to catch one's breath
mit angehaltenem Atem
with bated breath
Atem m; Atemzug m
Atemzüge pl
Atem holen
Atem schöpfen
mit angehaltenem Atem
den Atem anhalten
tief Luft holen
breath
breaths
to catch one's breath; to draw (a) breath
to draw breath
with bated breath
to hold one's breath
to take a deep breath
Odem m (Atem; Lebensgeist) relig.
breath; inspiration fig.
Puste f; Schnaufer m Mitteldt.; Atem m Bayr. Ös.; Schnauf m Schw.
aus der Puste außer Atem aus dem Schnauf sein
Mir ging die Puste aus.
breath; puff Br.
to be out of puff; to be puffed (out)
I ran out of breath puff.
Stoß m
Stoßbetrieb m mil.
Sein Atem ging in kurzen Stößen.
burst
burst mode
His breath was coming in short bursts.
außer prp; +Dat. (räumlich)
außer Atem
außer Sicht sein
out of
out of breath
to be out of sight
(Feuer etc.) ersticken v
erstickend
erstickt
erstickt
erstickte
Er erstickte das Opfer mit einem Kissen.
Der Qualm raubte mir fast den Atem.
to stifle (a fire etc.)
stifling
stifled
stifles
stifled
He stifled his victim with a pillow.
I was almost stifled by the fumes.
um etw. kämpfen; um nach etw. ringen v
kämpfend; ringend
er sie kämpft; er sie ringt
ich er sie kämpfte; ich er sie rang
ums Überleben kämpfen
nach Luft Atem ringen
um Worte ringen
Die Firmen kämpfen gegen die Rezession.
to struggle for sth.
struggling
he she struggles
I he she struggled
to struggle for survival
to struggle for breath
to struggle for words
Firms struggle against a recession.
langfristig adj
langfristiges Ziel
langfristiges Beschäftigungsverhältnis
langfristiges Überleben einer Firma
langfristiger Vertrag
langfristiges Darlehen; langfristiger Kredit
langfristige Spareinlagen
langfristige Verbindlichkeiten
langfristig angelegtes Kapital
langfristig angelegte Gelder
Außenpolitik mit langem Atem
long-term; long-run Am.
long-term objective
long-term employment relationship
long-term viability of a company
long-term contract
long-term loan; long-term credit
long-term savings deposits; savings deposits at long notice
long-term liabilities; fixed liabilities
long-term capital investment
long-term funded capital
long-term foreign policy
sprachlos adj (vor)
jdm. den Atem die Sprache verschlagen
speechless; dumb; dumbstruck (with)
to leave sb. speechless
warten v (auf; bis)
wartend
gewartet
er sie wartet
ich er sie wartete
er sie hat hatte gewartet
gespannt warten
auf etw. mit angehaltenem Atem mit Spannung warten
jdn. warten lassen
Warte!
Ich kann nicht länger warten.
Auf Peter wartet ein Freund.
Warte bis ich komme!
Da kannst du lange warten! übtr.
to wait (for; until)
waiting
waited
he she waits
I he she waited
he she has had waited
to wait in suspense
to wait for sth. with baited breath
to keep sb. waiting
Wait up! coll.
I can't wait any longer.
Peter has a friend waiting to see him.
Wait until I come.
You can whistle for it! Br. coll.
etw. wiederfinden; wieder auffinden adm.; wiedererlangen; wiederbekommen; zurückbekommen; zurückgewinnen; zustandebringen Ös. adm v
wiederfindend; wieder auffindend; wiedererlangend; wiederbekommend; zurückbekommend; zurückgewinnend; zustandebringend
wiedergefunden; wieder aufgefunden; wiedererlangt; wiedergebekommen; zurückbekommen; zurückgewonnen; zugestandegebracht
wieder zu Atem kommen
das Gleichgewicht wiedererlangen
wieder auf die Beine kommen
einen Verlust wieder einbringen
Daten wiederherstellen comp.
seine Stimme wieder finden
Ich werde morgen losfahren um mein gestohlenes Auto zurückzuholen das sichergestellt wurde.
to recover sth.; to retrieve sth.
recovering; retrieving
recovered; retrieved
to recover one's breath
to recover one's balance
to recover one's legs
to recover a loss
to recover data
to recover one's voice
I'm going to set off tomorrow to recover my stolen car which has been seized.
Atem m; Atemzug m
Atemzüge pl
Atem holen
Atem schöpfen
den Atem anhalten
tief Luft holen
breath
breaths
to catch one's breath; to draw (a) breath
to draw breath
to hold one's breath
to take a deep breath
jdm. den Atem verschlagen v
Mir verschlug es die Sprache.
to stagger sb.
I was staggered.
Atem-Alkoholtest m; Alkoholtest m; Alkotest m; Alkomat-Test m
einen Fahrzeugführer Fahrzeuglenker zum Alkoholtest auffordern
jdn. einem Alkotest Alkomattest unterziehen
Der Atem-Alkoholtest verlief negativ.
(roadside) breath test; breathalyser test; breathalyzer test Am.
to require a driver to take a breath test
to breathalyze sb.; to breathalyse sb. Br.
The roadside breath test proved negative (for alcohol).
Atem-Alkoholmessgerät n; Alkomat m
breathalyser; breathalyzer tm; drunkometer Am. humor.
Luft f; Puste f Dt.; Schnaufer m Mitteldt.; Schnauf m Schw. (für das Atmen nötige Luft)
aus der Puste außer Atem aus dem Schnauf sein
ganz außer Atem sein
wieder Luft bekommen; wieder zu Atem kommen geh.
Mir ging die Luft aus.; Mir ging die Puste aus.
Durch den Aufprall bekam ich keine Luft mehr.; Der Aufprall nahm mir den Atem.
wind; puff Br. (air needed for breathing)
to be out of puff; to be puffed (out)
to be left with your wind knocked out; to have run out of puff
to get your wind back
I ran out of breath puff.
The impact knocked the wind out of me.
(Feuer usw.) ersticken v
erstickend
erstickt
erstickt
erstickte
Er erstickte das Opfer mit einem Kissen.
Der Qualm raubte mir fast den Atem.
to stifle (a fire etc.)
stifling
stifled
stifles
stifled
He stifled his victim with a pillow.
I was almost stifled by the fumes.
langfristig adj
langfristiges Ziel
langfristiges Beschäftigungsverhältnis
langfristiger Vertrag
langfristiges Darlehen; langfristiger Kredit
langfristige Spareinlagen
langfristige Verbindlichkeiten
langfristig angelegtes Kapital
langfristig angelegte Gelder
Außenpolitik mit langem Atem
long-term; long-run Am.
long-term objective
long-term employment relationship
long-term contract
long-term loan; long-term credit
long-term savings deposits; savings deposits at long notice
long-term liabilities; fixed liabilities
long-term capital investment
long-term funded capital
long-term foreign policy
etw. schwächen; verringern; herabsetzen; mäßigen v
schwächend; verringernd; herabsetzend; mäßigend
geschwächt; verringert; herabgesetzt; gemäßigt
schwächt
schwächte
mit angehaltenem Atem
to bate sth.
bating
bated
bates
bated
with bated breath
sprachlos adj (vor)
sprachlos sein
jdm. den Atem die Sprache verschlagen
speechless; dumb; dumbstruck (with)
to be struck dumb
to leave sb. speechless
warten v (auf; bis)
wartend
gewartet
er sie wartet
ich er sie wartete
er sie hat hatte gewartet
gespannt warten
auf etw. mit angehaltenem Atem mit Spannung warten
jdn. warten lassen
Warte!
Ich kann nicht länger warten.
Auf Peter wartet ein Freund.
Warte, bis ich komme!
Bitte warten Sie einen Augenblick!
Ich wartete, doch niemand kam.
Da Darauf kannst du lange warten!; Das kannst du dir abschminken! ugs. übtr.
Lisa wartete auf Paul länger als eine Stunde.
Ron wartet schon seit drei Stunden.
Max wartet auf Annas Anruf.
to wait (for; until)
waiting
waited
he she waits
I he she waited
he she has had waited
to wait in suspense
to wait for sth. with baited breath
to keep sb. waiting
Wait up! coll.
I can't wait any longer.
Peter has a friend waiting to see him.
Wait until I come.
Please wait a little!
I waited, but nobody came.
You can whistle for it! Br. coll.
Lisa waited for Paul more than an hour.
Ron has waited for three hours already.
Max is waiting for Anna to call.
etw. wiederfinden; wieder auffinden adm.; wiedererlangen; wiederbekommen; zurückbekommen; zurückgewinnen; zustandebringen Ös. adm. v
wiederfindend; wieder auffindend; wiedererlangend; wiederbekommend; zurückbekommend; zurückgewinnend; zustandebringend
wiedergefunden; wieder aufgefunden; wiedererlangt; wiederbekommen; zurückbekommen; zurückgewonnen; zugestandegebracht
wieder zu Atem kommen
das Gleichgewicht wiedererlangen
wieder auf die Beine kommen
einen Verlust wieder einbringen
Daten wiederherstellen comp.
seine Stimme wieder finden
Ich werde morgen losfahren, um mein gestohlenes Auto zurückzuholen, das sichergestellt wurde.
to recover sth.; to retrieve sth.
recovering; retrieving
recovered; retrieved
to recover one's breath
to recover one's balance
to recover one's legs
to recover a loss
to recover data
to recover one's voice
I'm going to set off tomorrow to recover my stolen car, which has been seized.

Deutsche Atem Alkoholmessger��t Synonyme

atem  
Atem  Odem  Puste  (umgangssprachlich)  
atemlos  außer  Atem  aus  der  Puste  (umgangssprachlich)  
Ausdauer  Durchhaltevermögen  Kondition  langer  Atem  (umgangssprachlich)  
hecheln  heftig  atmen  japsen  (umgangssprachlich)  keuchen  nach  Atem  ringen  nach  Luft  ringen  röcheln  schnauben  schnaufen  
Atem  Odem  Puste (umgangssprachlich)  
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Englische take breath Synonyme

take  OD  abduct  abide  absorb  abstract  accede  accede to  accept  accommodate  accompany  account as  accroach  acknowledge  acquire  act  admit  adopt  advocate  affect  agree to  allow for  allure  and  annex  annihilate  apply  appreciate  apprehend  appropriate  arrogate  ask  assault sexually  assent  assimilate  assume  astonish  astound  attract  avails  bag  bamboozle  be afraid  be agreeable  be blooded  be brought down  be felled  be seized of  be struck down  be successful  be traumatized  be with one  bear  bear with  beard  beat  beat it  become airborne  behave  believe  belittle  bewitch  bilk  blackmail  blast off  blaze  blaze up  blink at  board  bolt  boodle  book  boom shot  boost  booty  borrow  box office  brave  break bread  break out  bring  bring up  brook  burlesque  burn  burst into flame  buy  call for  capital gains  captivate  capture  caricature  carry  carry away  carry off  carry on  cart  catch  catch cold  catch fire  catch on  catch on fire  catch up  challenge  charm  chase  cheat  choose  chouse  chronicle  claim  clap hands on  clasp  claw  cleanup  clear  clear profit  clench  click  clinch  close-up  clutch  collapse  collar  combust  come by  come down with  come in for  come into  come off  commandeer  commissions  compass  comply  comprehend  comprise  con  conceive  conclude  condone  conduct  confiscate  connect  connive at  consent  consider  construe  consume  contain  contend against  continue  contract  convey  convoy  cop  copy  corral  count calories  court  cover  cozen  crave  credit  credits  crib  crook  cull  daresay  deal with  debase  decamp  deceive  deduce  deduct  deem  define  deflate  deflorate  deflower  defraud  degrade  deliver  demand  depart  deprecate  depreciate  derive  derive from  describe  deuce shot  devirginate  devour  diagnose  diddle  diet  dig  digest  diminish  disavow  discard  discount  disgrace  disparage  disposable income  disregard  dividend  dividends  divine  do  do the tri  
take a crack at  cut and thrust  feint  flail at  flail away at  give a fling  give a go  give a try  give a whirl  hit at  lash out at  let drive at  let fly at  lunge at  make a try  poke at  strike at  strike out at  swing at  swing on  tackle  take on  thrust at  
take a powder  absquatulate  beat it  blow  decamp  dog it  duck and run  duck out  lam  make off  powder  scram  skedaddle  skin out  skip  skip out  split  take off  vamoose  
take aback  abash  appall  astound  bowl down  bowl over  confound  discomfit  disconcert  dismay  electrify  frighten  jar  jolt  put out  shake  shock  stagger  startle  stun  
take advantage of  abuse  benefit from  bleed  bleed white  capitalize on  carpe diem  cash in  cash in on  deceive  drain  exploit  foist on  ill-use  impose on  impose upon  improve  improve the occasion  make capital of  make hay  make use of  manipulate  milk  misuse  not be behindhand  pass off on  pass the buck  play on  presume upon  profit by  put across  put on  put over  put to advantage  put upon  seize the day  shift the blame  shift the responsibility  stroke  suck dry  trade on  turn to account  turn to profit  turn to use  use  use ill  use to advantage  work on  work upon  
take after  ape  appear like  approach  approximate  be like  be redolent of  bear resemblance  bring to mind  call to mind  call up  come close  come near  compare with  copy  copy after  correspond  counterfeit  emulate  evoke  favor  follow  follow like sheep  follow suit  imitate  look like  match  mimic  mirror  model after  near  nearly reproduce  not tell apart  parallel  partake of  pattern after  remind one of  resemble  savor of  seem like  simulate  smack of  sound like  stack up with  suggest  
take apart  atomize  break to pieces  cleave  defoliate  demolish  denude  disassemble  disintegrate  dismantle  dismember  dismount  draw and quarter  flay  fragment  lacerate  maim  make mincemeat of  mangle  mutilate  peel  pick to pieces  pull apart  pull in pieces  pull to pieces  pulverize  reduce to rubble  rend  shatter  shred  skin  smash  split  strip  sunder  take down  tear apart  tear down  tear to pieces  tear to shreds  tear to tatters  total  unbuild  undo  unmake  wrack up  wreck  
take aside  accost  address  apostrophize  appeal to  approach  bespeak  breathe  buttonhole  call to  greet  hail  halloo  invoke  mention privately  salute  speak  speak fair  speak to  talk to  tell confidentially  whisper  
take away  abate  abrade  abridge  abstract  bate  belittle  bereave  bleed  carry away  carry off  cart away  curtail  cut off  decrease  deduct  delocalize  depreciate  deprive  deprive of  derogate  detract  diminish  discount  disentitle  dislodge  disparage  displace  divest  drain  draw back  ease one of  eat away  erode  extract  file away  impair  knock off  lay aside  leach  lessen  lighten one of  manhandle  milk  mine  move  purify  put aside  reduce  refine  relocate  remove  retrench  rub away  send  separate  set aside  shift  shorten  shunt  side  subduct  subtract  take  take away from  take from  take off  take out  tap  thin  thin out  wear away  weed  withdraw  write off  
take back  abjure  apologize  ask forgiveness  assert the contrary  back down  back out  backwater  beg indulgence  beg pardon  belie  bring back  climb down  contest  contradict  contravene  controvert  counter  crawfish out  cross  deny  disaffirm  disallow  disavow  disclaim  disown  disprove  dispute  eat crow  eat humble pie  express regret  extradite  forswear  gainsay  get back  give back  impugn  join issue upon  not accept  not admit  nullify  oppose  palinode  put back  ransom  recall  recant  recapture  reclaim  recommit  recoup  recover  recuperate  redeem  refuse to admit  refute  regain  remand  remit  renege  renounce  renovate  reoccupy  repatriate  replace  replevin  replevy  repossess  repudiate  restitute  restore  resume  retake  retract  retrieve  return  revindicate  revive  revoke  send back  swallow  take issue with  unsay  withdraw  
take by storm  abduct  board  breeze  carry by storm  carry off  escalade  foray  inroad  inundate  invade  kidnap  make a raid  make an inroad  overwhelm  raid  romp home  scale  scale the walls  shanghai  storm  throttle  walk off with  walk over  waltz off with  win going away  win hands down  
take care  attend to business  be alert  be careful  be cautious  be obsessed with  bend over backwards  beware  concentrate on  exercise care  fix on  focus on  give heed  handle with gloves  have a care  lie low  look about one  look lively  look out  look sharp  mind  miss nothing  pay attention  pay heed  qui vive  scrutinize  study  take good care  take heed  take pains  take trouble  tread on eggs  treat gently  watch out  
take care of  accomplish  achieve  administer to  approach  attain  attend  attend on  attend to  baby-sit  be responsible for  blast  blot out  boss  bribe  bump off  buy  buy off  care for  carry on  carry out  carry through  chaperon  cherish  chore  come down on  compass  complete  conduct  conserve  consummate  cope with  corrupt  croak  dance attendance upon  deal with  direct  discharge  dispatch  dispose of  do  do for  do in  do service to  do the job  do the trick  drive  drudge  effect  effectuate  ego-trip  enact  erase  execute  fetch  fix  foster  fulfill  get  get at  get to  give it to  give the business  grease  grease the palm  gun down  handle  help  hit  ice  keep in order  keep watch over  knock off  lackey  lay out  look after  look out for  look to  maid  make  make go  manage  maneuver  manipulate  matronize  mind  minister to  mother  nurse  nurture  off  operate  overlook  oversee  pander to  pay  pay off  pay out  perform  perform on  pilot  play  polish off  practice  preserve  produce  protege  provide for  purchase  put away  reach  realize  ride herd on  rub out  run  see after  see to  serve  serve one out  settle  settle the score  shepherd  stand over  steer  suborn  succeed  superintend  supervise  support  take charge of  tamper with  tend  tickle the palm  transact  turn the trick  upon  valet  wait  wait on  waste  watch  watch out for  watch over  wipe out  work  work for  work out  zap  
take chances  brave  chance  chance it  court destruction  dare  defy danger  face up to  forget the odds  gamble  gamble on  hazard  play with fire  rely on fortune  risk  run a chance  run the chance  run the risk  set at hazard  take a chance  take a flier  tempt Providence  tempt fortune  trust to chance  try the chance  venture  wager  
take charge  active  acute  aggressive  animated  arrogate  assume  assume command  be able  be up to  brisk  can  can do  cut it  cut the mustard  dynamic  energetic  enterprising  enthusiastic  forceful  forcible  full of pep  go-go  hack it  hearty  impetuous  incisive  intense  keen  kinetic  lively  living  lusty  make it  make the grade  may  mettlesome  mount the throne  peppy  possess authority  robust  seize  seize power  seize the throne  smacking  snappy  spanking  spirited  strenuous  strong  take command  take over  take the helm  take the lead  take-over  trenchant  usurp  vibrant  vigorous  vivacious  vivid  zestful  zesty  zippy  
take cover  bar the gate  be incognito  bolt the door  burrow  claim sanctuary  disappear  drop from sight  fly to  go into hiding  go to ground  go underground  hide  hide away  hide out  hole up  lie  lie close  lie doggo  lie hid  lie low  lie snug  masquerade  play peekaboo  raise the drawbridge  remain anonymous  retire from sight  run into port  seek refuge  sit tight  stay in hiding  take refuge  take shelter  wear a mask  
take down  abase  abash  admonish  bear down  beat down  blow down  blow over  book  bowl down  bowl over  break down  bring down  bring low  bring to book  bulldog  bulldoze  burn down  calendar  call to account  carve  cast down  catalog  chalk  chalk up  chastise  check in  chide  chop down  chronicle  consume  correct  couch  crush  cut  cut down  dash down  debase  deck  degrade  demean  demolish  depress  detrude  devour  diminish  disassemble  dismantle  dismember  dismount  dispatch  dispose of  docket  down  downbear  drop  dump  dump on  eat up  engrave  enroll  enscroll  enter  fell  fetch down  file  fill out  flatten  floor  get away with  get down  grave  ground  haul down  have words with  hew down  impanel  incise  indent  index  ingest  inscribe  insert  jot down  knock down  knock over  lay level  lay low  lay out  lecture  let down  level  list  log  lower  make a memorandum  make a note  make an entry  make out  mark down  matriculate  minute  mow down  note  note down  objurgate  place upon record  poll  post  post up  precipitate  press down  prostrate  pull down  push down  put away  put down  put in writing  put on paper  put on tape  rase  rate  raze  rebuke  record  reduce  reduce to writing  register  reprehend  reprimand  reprove  scold  send headlong  set down  set straight  sink  smash  spank  spread-eagle  steamroller  straighten out  supinate  surround  swallow  tabulate  take apart  take in  take to task  tape  tape-record  tear down  throw  throw down  thrust down  topple  trip  trip up  tuck in  tumble  upbraid  videotape  whack down  write  write down  write in  write out  write up  
take exception  agree to differ  agree to disagree  ban  be at variance  be in dissent  beg to differ  blackball  carp  catch at straws  categorically reject  cavil  cut up  differ  disagree  disagree with  disallow  disapprove  disapprove of  discord with  disfavor  dissent  dissent from  divide on  drop out  exclude  fault-find  find fault  frown at  frown down  frown upon  grimace at  look askance at  look black upon  nitpick  not agree  not approve  not go for  not hear of  not hold with  object  object to  oppose  ostracize  pettifog  pick holes  pick to pieces  protest  pull apart  pull to pieces  quibble  reject  say no to  secede  take exception to  take issue  tear apart  tear to pieces  think ill of  think little of  thumb down  view with disfavor  withdraw  withhold assent  
take five  break  breathe  call a break  call time  declare a recess  interlude  intermit  interval  intervene  knock off  lay off  pause  recess  stop for breath  take a break  take a recess  take a rest  take ten  take time out  
take for  account as  assume  be afraid  believe  conceive  conclude  consider  daresay  deduce  deem  divine  dream  esteem  estimate  expect  fancy  feel  gather  grant  guess  have a hunch  have an idea  have an impression  have an inkling  have the idea  hold  hold as  imagine  infer  judge  let  let be  look upon as  maintain  opine  prefigure  presume  presuppose  presurmise  provisionally accept  reckon  regard  repute  say  set down as  suppose  surmise  suspect  take  take for granted  take it  take to be  think  trow  understand  view as  ween  

Atem Alkoholmessger��t Definition

Breath
(n.) The air inhaled and exhaled in respiration
Breath
(n.) The act of breathing naturally or freely
Breath
(n.) The power of respiration, and hence, life.
Breath
(n.) Time to breathe
Breath
(n.) A single respiration, or the time of making it
Breath
(n.) Fig.: That which gives or strengthens life.
Breath
(n.) A single word
Breath
(n.) A very slight breeze
Breath
(n.) Fragrance
Breath
(n.) Gentle exercise, causing a quicker respiration.

take breath Bedeutung

breath the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing, he took a deep breath and dived into the pool, he was fighting to his last breath
hint
intimation
breath
an indirect suggestion, not a breath of scandal ever touched her
breath of fresh air a welcome relief, the new management was like a breath of fresh air
breath a slight movement of the air, there wasn't a breath of air in the room
baby's breath
babies'-breath
Gypsophila paniculata
tall plant with small lance-shaped leaves and numerous tiny white or pink flowers
wild madder white madder
white bedstraw
infant's-breath
false baby's breath
Galium mollugo
Eurasian herb with ample panicles of small white flowers, naturalized in North America
shortness of breath
SOB
breathlessness
a dyspneic condition
breath the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration, his sour breath offended her
breath
breather
breathing place
breathing space
breathing spell
breathing time
a short respite
breathe
take a breath
respire
suspire
draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs, I can breathe better when the air is clean, The patient is respiring
rest
breathe
catch one's breath
take a breather
take a short break from one's activities in order to relax
in the same breath simultaneously, she praised and criticized him in the same breath
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