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aside from - außerdemLast post 11 Dec 14, 23:57
Ich finde kein mögliches Beispiel, in dem man aside from direkt mit außerdem überse4 Replies
abgesehen von - aside from Last post 03 Mar 08, 15:36
How was your weekend aside from your busy Saturday morning? Passt "aside from" hier oder sol…1 Replies
from the first\t - von vornehereinLast post 04 Aug 09, 23:41
"From the first" means nothing at all and simply cannot be said! "From the outset" or "from …4 Replies
descended from - Nachkommen vonLast post 31 Dec 06, 19:34
There's no reason for a capital (Grossbuchstabe) N in this context. nachkommen is here simp…6 Replies
as an aside - zwischen Tür und AngelLast post 19 Feb 15, 23:45
LEO bietet für 'as an aside' die Phrase "zwischen Tür und Angel" an. Als deutscher Muttersp…6 Replies
aside or aside from?Last post 15 Jun 08, 23:00
person a: was sammelstn alles? person b: abgesehn von videospielen... aside videogames... O…11 Replies
descended from\t \t - Nachkomme/n von (zwei Einträge)Last post 18 Jan 07, 15:38 Replies
from tip to toe - von Kopf bis FußLast post 20 Jun 07, 15:19
I have never heard the saying "from tip to toe," however, "from head to toe" is widely used.1 Replies
to desist from sth. | desisted, desisted |\t \t \t - von etw.Dat. ablassen von | ließ ab, abgelassen |Last post 22 Jan 15, 19:07
Der LEO Eintrag:…1 Replies
judgment which may be the subject of an application to set aside [law] - der WiderspruchLast post 29 May 12, 10:27 Replies
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