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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to amount to much - es weit bringen


to amount to much


Definition (britisch)

amount, much
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

amount, much
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

amount, much
Merriam Webster


amount, much
Online Etymology Dictionary

es weit bringen



es, weit, bringen

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Es weit im Leben bringen!Last post 31 Oct 09, 04:12
You can go far in life!1 Replies
multi-billion dollar amount - MilliardenbetragLast post 02 Feb 15, 12:17
multi-billion amount (of money) multi-billion (dollar) amount = Milliardenbetrag (in Dollar)9 Replies
amount of damages - SchadenshöheLast post 06 Mar 09, 11:44 The monetary compensation impose…1 Replies
amount of coverage - der DeckungsbeitragLast post 05 Apr 19, 15:52
Ich gehe davon aus, dass bei 'amount of coverage' von der Deckungssumme die Rede ist, und da…3 Replies
too much - zuvielLast post 08 Oct 12, 10:27 Replies
much lessLast post 04 Nov 14, 03:17
Hier:…7 Replies
to snafu - durcheinander bringenLast post 19 Apr 10, 11:21
English side should be removed--snafu is a noun, there is no verb form.8 Replies
es nicht übers Herz bringenLast post 21 Mar 12, 06:23 Replies
taxable base - BemessungsgrundlageLast post 17 Apr 05, 01:43
Ich halte die von Leo ausgeworfenen Übersetzungen nicht für falsch, aber für unvollständig. …2 Replies
that much, very muchLast post 12 Sep 10, 22:53
Was klingt förmlicher und stilvoller? -You can't do that much to improve your speech. -You…2 Replies
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