adverb zwanglos
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[ɪnˈfɔ:məli, AM -ˈfɔ:rm-]
1. (not formally) informell; (casually) zwanglos, ungezwungen
to dine \informally gemütlich essen
to dress \informally sich akk leger kleiden
2. (not officially) inoffiziell
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(= unofficially) inoffiziell; (= casually, without ceremony) zwanglos, ungezwungen
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formlos adv.
zwanglos adv.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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