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Deutsch: Stilles Mineralwasser, d.h. kohlensäurefreies Mineralwasser mit weniger als 1 Gramm CO2 pro Liter
English: Mineral water being poured from a bottle into a glass. Original description “still” in German indicates this particular water is without gas/carbonation or has less than 1 gramm CO2 per Liter.
Español: Agua mineral ligeramente carbonatada.
Français : Eau minérale légèrement gazeuse
Italiano: Acqua minerale
Česky: Minerální voda
Slovenčina: Minerálná voda
Suomi: Mineraalivettä
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