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to sail in

 

Definition (britisch)

sail, in
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

sail, in
Merriam Webster

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sail, in
Merriam Webster

Etymology

sail, in
Online Etymology Dictionary
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sich ranmachen

 

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sich
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Forum discussions containing the search term

to sail through - durchsegelnLast post 24 Apr 10, 10:01
[naut.] hinzufügen, da in übertragener Bedeutung falsch : http://dict.leo.org/forum/viewWron…1 Replies
sail - BesegelungLast post 17 Sep 07, 22:46
Die Besegelung dieses Bootes besteht aus drei Segeln, ....... übersetzt: The sailing rig (…1 Replies
Sail your holidays!Last post 31 May 11, 18:33
Kann man das als Slogan verwenden? Wie klingt das für einen "English native speaker"? Für mi…10 Replies
what's "anmachen" or "ranmachen" in English? Last post 06 Mar 04, 19:54
YOU ARE DEFINETELY THE GREATEST DICTIONARY EVER IN THE NET ALTHOUGH SOME "YOUNGER", *SLANG* …4 Replies
what's "anmachen" or "ranmachen" in English? Last post 09 Jan 07, 15:01
YOU ARE DEFINETELY THE GREATEST DICTIONARY EVER IN THE NET ALTHOUGH SOME "YOUNGER", *SLANG* …8 Replies
sail - der Turm [U-Boot]Last post 17 Apr 08, 10:04
http://www.bartleby.com/61/19/S0021900.html "1. c. The superstructure of a submarine." http…3 Replies
Tür ranmachenLast post 15 Apr 08, 14:42
Kannst du bitte die Tür ranmachen? Also nicht zumachen, sondern nur soweit schließen, dass …5 Replies
Segelfläche - sail areaLast post 05 Jun 07, 12:21
...out of a former discussion, but really correct?2 Replies
coast sailLast post 11 Aug 07, 23:10
"they saw the coast sail beneath" Handelt es sich hier um das Verb "to sail" oder gibt es d…5 Replies
sail panelsLast post 28 Jun 10, 18:24
Es geht um ein automatisch versenkbares Cabrioverdeck, das aus festen Platten besteht. Die "…3 Replies
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