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sich arbeiten verb Conjugation
travailler (z.B. müde)
Es lohnt sich nicht, mehr zu arbeiten.
Ça ne vaut pas le coup de travailler plus.

Contexts

Es lohnt sich nicht, mehr zu arbeiten. Ça ne vaut pas le coup de travailler plus.
Sie entschlossen sich, fleißiger zu arbeiten. Ils se décidèrent à travailler avec davantage d'application.
Es gibt Menschen, die tagsüber schlafen und nachts arbeiten. Il y a des gens qui dorment le jour et travaillent la nuit.
Die Nonne betete und bekreuzigte sich. La nonne pria et fit le signe de croix.
Du brauchst nicht so hart zu arbeiten. Tu n'as pas à travailler aussi dur.

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