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der Bauarbeiter



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Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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retired builderLast post 11 Aug 10, 11:49
"John is a retired builder." No context – there is none. Und genau das ist das Problem. Ist…16 Replies
BuilderLast post 01 Jun 07, 12:20
Is it always "baumeister"? Or does that specifically mean "master builder"?5 Replies
Builder's Bum / Builder's BottomLast post 06 May 07, 19:14
His builder's bum was not a pleasant sight Hat jemand hier eine Übersetzung? Normalerweise s…5 Replies
building labor / building labour - BauarbeiterLast post 18 Aug 08, 19:46 Replies
empire builder - ReichsgründerLast post 15 Jul 12, 19:37
Ing David's great success as a warrior and empire builder was marred by family dissensions a…7 Replies
self builder - EigenheimbauerLast post 19 Jul 11, 11:16
The term "self-build" suggests you're laying the bricks yourself. But the truth is that most…6 Replies
builder's skip - BaucontainerLast post 14 Mar 09, 13:12
The adjoining car park had recently been resurfaced and a brimming builder's skip beside the…2 Replies
Bauarbeiter leitenLast post 26 May 08, 20:15
Er leitete 20 Bauarbeiter an der Baustelle xyz. He ? 20 workers at the construction site. …1 Replies
cowboy builderLast post 06 Mar 10, 19:03 Replies
system builderLast post 24 Jan 05, 13:44
system builder = system integrator ?? danke für de hilfe!2 Replies

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