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to approach sth.

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allmählich etw. erreichen


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successive - allmählichLast post 05 Dec 10, 20:05
sukzessiv > = allmählich oder http://www.peter-hug.9 Replies
to crest - erreichenLast post 05 Sep 12, 12:40
crest v.intr. 2. To reach a crest: The swollen river crested at 9 p.m. The American Heritag…6 Replies
approach - sich nähernLast post 21 Feb 08, 23:15
To approach a problem. An ein Problem herangehen. Quelle: Pons-Wörterbuch1 Replies
ground-controlled approach - durch Bodenkontrolle überwachter AnflugLast post 23 Dec 12, 11:44
Das ist klar ein Begriff aus dem Flugwesen. Bitte Fachgebiet korrigieren.2 Replies
special biodynamics approach or special -cal approachLast post 22 Jan 08, 15:13
was ist richtig / how do you say?2 Replies
approach to sth.?Last post 05 Feb 08, 13:01
"array of approaches to microfinance in Africa"? or: "array of approaches of microfinance in…3 Replies
an approach to ....Last post 03 May 11, 14:35
Was ist korrekt: a new approach to prevent disease - oder a new approach to preventing di…3 Replies
shotgun approach - GießkannenprinzipLast post 13 Jul 16, 21:06
Source: Oxford Online Dictionary: chiefly North AmericanAimed at a wide range of things; hav…2 Replies
allmählichLast post 06 Nov 07, 20:47
Die Sonne muss allmählich anfangen zu scheinen! (Weil wir morgen ein Picknick haben.) Alle …3 Replies
eventually - allmählichLast post 01 Mar 10, 14:23
– The weather eventually became worse. sources: – Replies

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