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quite a lot | quite a lot of

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quite, lot, of
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Definition (American English)

quite, lot, of
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quite, lot, of
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quite, lot, of
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etlicher | etliche | etliches


etliche, etliche

Forum discussions containing the search term

mehrere / etlicheLast post 24 Sep 14, 19:31
Häufigkeit? Verwendung? Welches ziehen Sie vor?11 Replies
scores of - etlicheLast post 06 May 10, 09:49
scores [pl.] very many: There were scores of boxes and crates, all waiting to be checked and…4 Replies
mysteries of "quite"Last post 29 Jan 05, 16:21
Hello, ich verstehe nicht ganz den korrekten Gebrauch von "quite", neulich sagte ich z.B. "I…9 Replies
lot - ParzelleLast post 29 Aug 12, 22:15
Also the entry "Lot of land". This is marked as "Chiefly N. Amer." in the SOED (Shorter Oxfo…1 Replies
a lot - a lot ofLast post 20 Apr 11, 16:37
The two young teenagers haven't a lot to eat. vs. They haven't a lot of things to eat.1 Replies
Quite a lot (of) informationLast post 08 Dec 11, 23:29
Should it be "quite a lot information" or "quite a lot OF information"? Both have about the…2 Replies
parking-lot - ParkplatzLast post 23 Sep 16, 11:33 Full Definition of parking lotan are…4 Replies
lot [KOMM.]\t - das Lot Pl.: die LotsLast post 18 Sep 19, 10:05…0 Replies
amount of / a lot ofLast post 19 Mar 09, 22:05
Kann ich "amount of" IMMER an Stelle von "a lot of" sagen oder gibt es da Unterschiede? z.b…3 Replies
a lot of - lots ofLast post 16 Nov 16, 10:05
Hallo, gibt es einen Unterschied in der Verwendung von a lot of und lots of ?Danke schon mal…7 Replies

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