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Is “dümpeln” also used and understood in southern German speaking regions?
I learned that "dümpeln" or "dahindümpeln" comes from low German "dümpelen" where in the sailors language it means that a boat is bobbing around not moving forward. Today it may also be used when work ...
Nov 1 '11 at 13:55
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