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person employed

Definition (britisch)

Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

person, employed
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person, employed
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Online Etymology Dictionary

der Beschäftigte


Das Substantiv

Englische Grammatik

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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National Insurance contributions als self-employed person?Last post 13 Apr 10, 13:03
Pflichtbewusst wie ich bin habe ich mich vor einiger Zeit in UK als "self-employed" angemeld…9 Replies
employedLast post 14 Nov 06, 07:37
Is there a comparative and superlative form of employed, meaning busy with? For instance, c…1 Replies
variously employedLast post 01 Dec 09, 16:20
He has been variously employed as dentist since 2007.1 Replies
Last person to be employed... - Zuletzt eingestellte Person ...Last post 19 Sep 08, 11:22
Last person be employed by the company participating actively on the closure and liquidation…3 Replies
self-employed person's own intentionLast post 18 Mar 10, 10:05
Hi! I`ve no idea what the German translation of the following sentence could be: What sig…1 Replies
Councillors = Beschäftigte in local governments?Last post 27 Jun 08, 15:08
Ich möchte in einem Text formulieren, dass Beschäftigte / Angehörige des local government fü…3 Replies
employedLast post 26 Apr 13, 15:28
This procedural analysis is employed in England with the defences of insanity and diminished…1 Replies
mis-employed, over-ratedLast post 28 Jan 07, 13:25
Hallo, vor kurzem las ich in einem Buch folgenden Satz : "... mis-employed for American conv…1 Replies
Employed at/inLast post 01 Jun 02, 13:42
Sagt man "He is employed AT company XYZ" or "IN company XYZ" ?4 Replies
Employed at/inLast post 01 Jun 02, 13:42
Sagt man "He is employed AT company XYZ" or "IN company XYZ" ?4 Replies
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