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trouble

Definition (britisch)

trouble
Macmillan Dictionary

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trouble
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trouble
Merriam Webster

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trouble
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die Sorge

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Sorge
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Das Substantiv

English Grammar

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.

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Trouble... (?)Last post 29 Jan 08, 10:50
Hallo, guten Morgen, liebe Leoniden, ich suche einen Begriff, der mir irgendwie auf der Zun…6 Replies
problem area - ProblemzoneLast post 01 Jul 06, 11:09
Definition 'trouble spot': http://www.bartleby.com/61/23/T0382300.html My friend who is an …2 Replies
Wortfeld "trouble"Last post 03 Jan 06, 11:34
I know that one can say the following: to get into trouble/to run into trouble. But how abo…8 Replies
Wortfeld "trouble"Last post 03 Jan 06, 11:34
I know that one can say the following: to get into trouble/to run into trouble. But how abo…8 Replies
vituperate - stänkernLast post 03 Jun 14, 10:30
"Stänkern" und "vituperate" sind stilistisch nicht vereinbar. Ersteres ist normalsprachlich,…10 Replies
troubleshooting vs. trouble shooting vs. trouble-shootingLast post 23 Mar 09, 16:48
Ich bin mir unsicher, welche der drei Formen die "richtige" ist. Habe bei Leo alle drei gefu…3 Replies
to borrow trouble / don't borrow troubleLast post 18 Sep 08, 01:56
http://www.answers.com/topic/borrow-trouble "Go out of one's way to do something that may be…8 Replies
to make trouble / to cause troubleLast post 19 Apr 18, 18:23
Hallo! Bestehen Unterschiede dieser beiden Phrasen? (in Bedeutung, Verwendung, ...)Können di…3 Replies
apprehension - die SorgeLast post 11 Feb 11, 12:34
M-W: ap·pre·hen·sion noun 3: suspicion or fear especially of future evil : foreboding an atmos0 Replies
von Sorge zerfressenLast post 12 Sep 15, 06:57
Does this sentence work? "On the drive back home, N. was so eaten up by worry and hurt and …1 Replies

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