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to yield sth.


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etw. bringen




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yield - Vorfahrt gebenLast post 17 Sep 04, 09:37
Yield - wird im AE auch für Vorfahrt geben benutzt (Straßenschilder) im BE Give way - Dies…3 Replies
specific yield - spezifischer AbtragLast post 25 Feb 09, 23:11
Das LEO-Team bat mich, diesen Beitrag hier zur Diskussion zu stellen: "specific yield": Di…6 Replies
yield loci - FließorteLast post 21 Nov 07, 17:01
Nach Jenike (Jenike, A. W.: Storage and flow of bulk solids. Bull. No. 108, Engng. Exp. Stat…0 Replies
\tgive way sign, yield sign - das VorfahrtsschildLast post 29 Jun 15, 18:56
Momentan kein Korrekturvorschlag, aber m.E. sind beide englischen Übersetzungen für "Vorfahr…7 Replies
burden yield [techn] - das MöllerausbringenLast post 20 Aug 09, 02:29 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
grain yield - GetreideertragLast post 22 Nov 07, 11:01
The company's trait discovery and development program focuses on enhancing grain yield in co…2 Replies
YIELD - Vorfahrt gewährenLast post 13 Aug 06, 09:40…0 Replies
YIELD - Vorfahrt gewährenLast post 03 Oct 11, 16:40…11 Replies
yield locus - FließortLast post 12 Mar 19, 12:28
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