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to traverse


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to traverse - verschiebenLast post 09 Oct 13, 19:00
As technical translators, we cannot imagine that “verschieben” is a translation option for ‘tr3 Replies
traverse path sensor - die TraversenwegsensorLast post 18 Aug 05, 21:05
Ohne.6 Replies
traverse - ProtestLast post 13 Aug 14, 14:52
Wörterbuch der Patent- und Markenpraxis, Carl Heymanns Verlag, 19983 Replies
traverse - ÜberschreitungLast post 18 Jun 14, 19:06
Merriam Webster: : a route or way across or over: as a : a zigzag course of a sailing shi…2 Replies
Traverse - QuergangLast post 06 Jul 06, 21:44
OALD : (in mountain climbing) an act of moving sideways or walking across a steep slope, not…0 Replies
trussing system - TraverseLast post 20 May 09, 08:21 Replies
to traverse - bestreitenLast post 18 Aug 05, 18:00
Merriam Webster auch möglich: entgegentreten, abstrei…5 Replies
überqueren / überschreiten / über ...queren Last post 31 Aug 10, 10:32
Der Zug quert die Schlucht über eine hohe Eisenbahnbrücke. Kann ich auch " überqueren" oder…2 Replies
Die Ersetzung des Zeitwortes " queren ( ....über...)" durch "überqueren"Last post 04 Jan 09, 13:00
Ich habe den Satz " Der Zug quert die Schlucht über eine hohe Eisenbahnbrücke" gefunden, u…4 Replies
über ihre Endstellung hinaus - traverse beyond - Doppelt gemoppelt?Last post 12 Feb 10, 11:42
Would it be "doppelt gemoppelt" to state: traverse beyond their end position, in reference t…23 Replies
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