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Google Translation:
Er hat gestern Herrn Donner getroffen

     1. pron. (personal) he.
           Wo ist Klaus? Wo ist er? — Where is Klaus? Where is he? (audio, De-wo ist klaus.ogg)
     3. pron. (personal) it (when the grammatical gender of the object/article/thing/animal etc., being referred to, is masculine (der)).
           Dies ist mein Hund. Er heißt Waldi. — This is my dog. Its name is Waldi. (audio, De-Dies ist mein hund.ogg)
           Dort steht ein Baum. Er ist über hundert Jahre alt. — There stands a tree. It is more than 100 years old. (audio, De-Dort_steht_ein_baum.ogg)
     1. v. third-person singular present of haben
          1. v. to have; to possess, to own
          2. v. to have; to hold, to contain
          3. v. (auxiliary, with a past participle) to have forms the perfect and past perfect tense
          4. v. (reflexive, colloquial) to make a fuss
          5. v. (colloquial, with es) and m to be occupied with, to like
                Ich hab's nich so mit Hunden. - I'm not a great fan of dogs. (lit.: 'I don't have it that much with dogs.')
     1. n-f. yesterday (the recent past)
     2. adv. yesterday
     1. n. genitive singular of Herr
          1. n-m. Mr., mister, sir
          2. n-m. gentleman
                Meine Damen und Herren = Ladies and gentlemen
          4. n-m. master, lord, generally denotes that somebody has control over something, either in a generic or in a regal sense
          5. n-m. Lord, God
                Das Haus des Herrn = The House of God
          7. n-m. Used as a title of respect that is not translated into English or replaced with Sir:
     1. n-m. thunder
     1. v. past participle of treffen
          1. v. to drip heavily
          2. v. to be so wet that a large volume of water drips off (of one)
          1. v. (transitive or reflexive) to meet; to encounter
          2. v. (transitive or intransitive) to hit; to strike
          3. v. to affect; to concern
          4. v. (intransitive or reflexive, colloquial, often with “gut” or “schlecht”) to hit the mark; to suit; to be convenient, fortunate
                Das trifft sich schlecht. (That’s unfortunate.) - inline=1
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