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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: She went over her notes. - Sie ging ihre Notizen durch.

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She went over her notes.

Definition (britisch)

go, over, her, note
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

She, go, over, her, note
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

She, go, over, her, note
Merriam Webster

Etymology

go, over, her, note
Online Etymology Dictionary
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Sie ging ihre Notizen durch.

Forum discussions containing the search term

She's on the rag. [sl.] also [pej.]\t - Sie hat ihre Tage. [ugs.]Last post 11 Jun 08, 15:45
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Traurig ging sie weg - Sadly she went out.Last post 16 Jan 09, 22:53
Mädchen hat einen Korb bekommen und sie geht traurig weg. Ich weiß nicht, ob sadly am anfang…1 Replies
She's on the/her rag - sie hat ihre Tage/PeriodeLast post 14 Nov 05, 12:27
UrbanDictionary.com, YourDictionary.com Verächtlicher Ausdruck!9 Replies
she/herLast post 08 Feb 10, 16:22
Seid gegrüßt, LEOniden Ich bin grade über eine Formulierung gestolpert, die mich etwas wund…8 Replies
her/she!Last post 09 Jan 06, 15:55
Warum sagen die Amerikaner: I have to sign her in und nicht I have to sign she in. 10 Replies
her/she!Last post 09 Jan 06, 15:55
Warum sagen die Amerikaner: I have to sign her in und nicht I have to sign she in. 10 Replies
Wieso go, went, gone?Last post 19 Nov 18, 07:27
Hallo!Kann mir jemand sagen, wieso man bei der Aufzählung von unregelmässigen Verben, wie zB…10 Replies
Notizen machen - 'to take notes' vs. 'to make notes'Last post 06 Feb 10, 19:42
As a student, I always learned that ' to make notes' is bad English for "Notizen machen" and…1 Replies
sie vermisst ihre freunde - she misses her friendsLast post 02 Aug 09, 15:14
Wann wird eigentlich das "is missing" verwendet? kann mir da jemand schnell helfen? Danke.3 Replies
she killed her - Ihre Karriere kippte Last post 04 Dec 07, 12:34
• she killed her career by choosing the show Party of 5 over Scream 3 which she hardly had an7 Replies
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