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Icelandic-English translation for: propriety
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Dictionary Icelandic English: propriety

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NOUN1   a propriety | proprieties
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NOUN2   propriety | -
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SYNO   correctitude | properness | propriety
meira en góðu hófi gegnirbeyond the bounds of propriety
 
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