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to section sth.

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etw. in Segmente aufteilen


in, Segment, aufteilen

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segment - Scheibe (Schalung)Last post 07 Jun 05, 20:52
Zumindest bei dem deutschen Scheibe (Schalung) habe ich keine Vorstellung, was das sein soll…1 Replies
suprasegmental - über die Segmente hinausLast post 21 May 16, 23:39 suprasegmental, also called…7 Replies
sweetie section - die SüßwarenabteilungLast post 13 Jul 12, 12:20
sweetie section (Brit.)\t-\t die Süßwarenabteilung Definition of sweetie noun informal 19 Replies
das Einlaufblech - pivotable infeed section Last post 16 May 07, 07:46
Anscheinend hat hier jemand Blech geredet... Ein Blech ist kein "section". Meaning of SECT…0 Replies
cranial im Segment 8, subkapsulaer ventral im Segment 8... - cranial in segment 8, subcapsular ventral in segment 8...Last post 25 Jun 08, 02:59
Here is the full sentence: Neu: Im Vergleich zur Voruntersuchung, zeigen sich mehrere hypod…0 Replies
Segmentbogen - arc segment/arc segment mount /arc segment holderLast post 08 Aug 08, 14:29
Der MH E besteht aus dem Segmentbogen A…1 Replies
line segment - StreckeLast post 11 Mar 08, 12:20 http…3 Replies
fuel pin segment - BrennstababschnittLast post 12 May 06, 11:13…0 Replies
depression of the ST segment - das die ST-Streckensenkung [EKG]Last post 01 Sep 05, 11:25
My query is the article “das” There is a second correct entry depression of the ST segment […0 Replies
rectifying section - VerstärkungsteilLast post 27 Feb 10, 22:02 Hier …2 Replies
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