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English translation of 'einrahmen'

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einrahmen

Verb Table transitive verb separable
(literal, figurative) to frame
von zwei Schönen eingerahmt with a beauty on either side

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Als Vorgabe will die Bahn AG allerdings an der Entwicklung zweier riesiger Parkhäuser mit 2.400 Stellplätzen festhalten, die den " Autofahrerbahnhof " (Bahn AG) zu beiden Seiten einrahmen sollen.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Anti-Popstar Knarf Rellöm wird das Konzert mit Pop- und Soulplatten einrahmen.
Die Tageszeitung (1999)
Das Lila der Lupinen, die statt einer festen Bankette die Straße einrahmen , changiert in ein luftiges Blauweiß.
Lachauer, Ulla Die Brücke von Tilsit
Dem Wasserbecken gegenüber soll eine niedrige Mauer eine tapfere Ulme einrahmen , die der Explosion widerstand.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)

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