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sth. takes sth.

 

Definition (britisch)

take
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

take
Merriam Webster

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take
Merriam Webster

Etymology

take
Online Etymology Dictionary
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etw. erfordert etw.

 

Definition:

erfordern
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

Akkusativobjekt erfordert?Last post 23 Sep 13, 18:06
Hallo, kann man sagen: "Possible obstaces and how planning can help to overcome", oder muss …3 Replies
to warrant - erfordernLast post 07 May 10, 01:23
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=89107&dict=CALD warrant (MAKE NECESSARY) ver…10 Replies
takes placesLast post 15 Aug 08, 14:28
Hallo, in der amerikanischen TV Serie "24" wird am Anfang immer verkuendet "The following …5 Replies
doesn't take long vs. it takes not longLast post 29 Oct 13, 11:41
I know that it should be "it doesn't take me long" but would "it takes me not long" also work?3 Replies
erfordernLast post 04 Apr 07, 17:31
Die Informationen in den Unterlagen werden immer dann auf den neuesten Stand gebracht, wenn …4 Replies
takeLast post 26 Jun 11, 09:34
a) Is there a difference between "I take Susann the ball" and "I take the ball to Susan" b)…7 Replies
takeLast post 14 Jul 11, 21:06
Hallo Ich suche eine Seite wo die unterschiedlichen verwendungen von "take" erläutert werden…2 Replies
erfordern/anfordernLast post 26 Nov 07, 11:42
Es wird erfordert. Es wird angefordert. Could somebody please explain the difference?5 Replies
takes - dauertLast post 01 Apr 11, 13:01
Ich hab keine Ahnung wie lange die Party dauert. I have no clue how long the party takes. K…4 Replies
it takes two to tango - zu zweit machts mehr SpaßLast post 24 Dec 04, 18:44
Bei "It takes two to tango" gehts meiner Erfahrung nach nicht um Spaß, sondern im Gegenteil …5 Replies
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