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to doze off


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doze, off
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doze, off
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doze, off
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doze, off
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doze mode - SchlummermodusLast post 26 Feb 12, 22:34
Doze Mode sets a lower brightness of the internal LCD screen and enables several power-savin…1 Replies
to doze - schiebenLast post 06 Nov 09, 16:48
I was looking for a translation for " to doze" and found "schieben". Can anyone explain to m…4 Replies
einschlafen?Last post 12 Jan 07, 10:27
My collegue just inform me that she had to go home because her father is 'eingeschlafen'. My…5 Replies
einschlafenLast post 20 Feb 09, 20:16
wie kann man das übersetzen, wenn einem zum Beispiel die Hand eingeschlafen ist (weil man zu…1 Replies
einschlafenLast post 20 Aug 06, 01:29
Ich war so vertieft in meine Arbeit am PC, erst nach einer Weile merkte ich, dass mir die Be…2 Replies
einschlafenLast post 29 Jun 07, 09:48
Mein Arm/Bein etc. ist eingeschlafen. die bei LEO angegebenen Möglichkeiten zu "einschlafen…5 Replies
einschlafenLast post 10 Mar 11, 18:57
"Zu manchen Kollegen hält man im Ruhestand noch Kontakt, bei anderen schläft das ein." I wo…4 Replies
to fall into a dozeLast post 12 Apr 05, 14:26 The4 Replies
to pass away - einschlafen , wegdämmernLast post 10 Feb 06, 14:58
"With his hand around my neck I close my eyes and pass away" "to pass away" wird im dict mit…8 Replies
oversleep, sleep in, fall asleep... - einschlafen, ausschlafen, verschlafen, überschlafenLast post 14 Mar 11, 02:57
It always confuses me how to say those cus they're like the opposite in German. Meine Vermu…2 Replies
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