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the things heard

Definition (britisch)

thing
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

thing, heard
Merriam Webster

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thing, heard
Merriam Webster

Etymology

thing, heard
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das Gehörte

 

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.

Forum discussions containing the search term

had heard oder heard?Last post 16 Jun 11, 14:04
When he heard/had heard that gold was found, he made up his mind to go there. Würde man hie…2 Replies
Types of thing / types of things?Last post 15 Feb 06, 22:32
I usually write "two types of dog" but was wondering if it is also correct to write "two typ…2 Replies
Types of thing / types of things?Last post 15 Feb 06, 22:32
I usually write "two types of dog" but was wondering if it is also correct to write "two typ…2 Replies
Thing (also: thing) - das ThingLast post 31 Jul 07, 23:33
Harper Collins German Unabridged Dictionary: Thing NT -(e)s, -e (Hist) thing Langenscheidt,…1 Replies
Thing GerichtLast post 11 Aug 13, 20:08
Can anyone suggest a good source that explains the old Germanic Thing Gericht?2 Replies
gehörte und gesehene GeschichteLast post 28 Feb 09, 16:36
ear- and eye-witnessed history (mit eigenen Ohren und Augen "erlebte" Geschichte, Betonung a4 Replies
things hidden - hidden thingsLast post 01 May 10, 01:38
Hi all, I have a question regarding word order and usability - I recently had to write a s…5 Replies
One Thing's For Sure, Two Things For CertainLast post 10 Nov 08, 19:12
What is the meaning of that phrase? The words "sure" and "certain" are translated almost eq…1 Replies
Just a funny thingLast post 22 Nov 08, 18:15
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcxKIJTb3Hg 1 Replies
gehörte?Last post 30 Sep 05, 08:55
Mal ne ganz dumme Frage. Wie ist die Vergangenheit von "belong"??? This department belongs…1 Replies
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