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to soft-land - weich landenLast post 24 Jun 09, 11:47…1 Replies
„weich“ werden - becomes “soft”/“softens”Last post 27 Jun 08, 16:15
Bei XX% Torque wird der Hubschrauber „weich“ und hebt dann von der Betonplatte ab. A9 Replies
schön weich..nice soft?Last post 26 Aug 08, 10:51
Wie kriegt man das "schön" als positive Verstärkung von weich korrekt rüber??7 Replies
soft dirt - Kehricht, MüllLast post 19 Aug 15, 23:32 Replies
Soft KittyLast post 17 Oct 09, 11:06
Ich habe gestern The Big Bang Theory angeschaut. In einer Szene muss die arme Penny für Shel…4 Replies
soft tissue [biol.] [phys.] - diverseLast post 08 Jan 16, 13:28
soft tissue [anat.]\t \t \tdas Weichgewebe Pl.: die Weichgewebe \t \t\t\tsoft tissue [biol…1 Replies
Wenigstens ist er weich gelandet. - At least he landed soft.Last post 22 Jun 09, 11:37
LEO liefert "to soft-land" für "weich landen", aber "at least he soft-landed" klingt so eige…4 Replies
sooth - Real, wahr, weichLast post 01 Mar 10, 23:39
sooth (sth) Archaic adj. 1. Real; true. 2. Soft; smooth. n. Truth; reality. --------------…1 Replies
(soft) Dresden fingersLast post 10 Dec 11, 16:01
I'm reading the lyrics to Hello Dolly, don't ask why, and this is part of them: soft Dresden…17 Replies
Soft skillsLast post 10 Dec 04, 17:07
What's the opposite of soft skills - hard skills? I am actually looking for the German oppos…4 Replies

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