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See also: lauf and łauf



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Lauf m (genitive Laufs or Laufes, plural Läufe)

  1. a run
    Sie wurde Erste beim Lauf um den See.
    She became a winner at the race around the lake.
  2. a leg of certain animals
    geriet mit seinem Lauf in die Falle.
  3. (of a gun) barrel
  4. (onward movement) course


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Lauf n (genitive Laufs)

  1. A town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Further reading[edit]

  • Lauf in Duden online