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Unsre beiden Jungs liegen sich immer in den Haaren.

Translation

Our two boys always have their little fights.



Analysis


unsre
     pron. inflected form of unser
beiden
     det. dative plural of beide
     det. of beide
     beide
          det. both
          det. (the) two
          pron. both
          pron. (the) two
Jungs
     n. plural of Junge
     Junge
          n-m. boy
          n-m. (card games) jack
          n. inflected form of Junges
liegen
     v. (intransitive) to lie (to be in a horizontal position)
     v. (intransitive) to be, to lie somewhere (of flat objects; otherwise use stehen)
     v. (intransitive) to be located, to lie somewhere (of countries, towns, houses, etc.)
     v. (intransitive) to be, to stand (of indices, measurements)
sich
     pron. (reflexive) Reflexive pronoun of the third person singular: herself, himself, itself, oneself (direct or indirect object).
     pron. (reflexive) Reflexive pronoun of the third person plural: themselves (direct or indirect object).
immer
     adv. always
     adv. (with comparative) more and more
     adv. (colloquial, unstressed) used to emphasize another adverb of time, which itself is strongly stressed
in
     prep. (in + dative) in; within; at; contained by
     prep. (in + dative) pertaining to
     prep. (in + accusative) into
     adj. in, popular
den
     art. the; accusative masculine singular of der
     art. the; dative plural for all genders of der
     pron. that; whom; accusative singular of der
Haaren
     n. dative plural of Haar
     Haar
          n-n. hair




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