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to accomplish sth.

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accomplish
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accomplish
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accomplish
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accomplish
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etw. bewältigen

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bewältigen
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accomplishLast post 14 Jan 06, 10:45
Is it possible to say 'The English language has accomplished a global status.'? I feel 'acc…4 Replies
accomplishLast post 14 Jan 06, 10:45
Is it possible to say 'The English language has accomplished a global status.'? I feel 'acc…4 Replies
accomplish/achieveLast post 27 Aug 08, 15:03
Could anyone explain the different meanings of "to accomplish" and "to achieve" please (if t…7 Replies
bewältigen - outcomeLast post 13 Apr 08, 12:40
Workshop sind weniger zeit-intensiv als 'Bürger-Beratungs-Kommitees', während sie die mangel…3 Replies
to be able to accomplish - etwas zu leistenLast post 27 Mar 14, 10:57
Siehe Wörterbuch: accomplish \t\t \t \t\t \tto be able to accomplish sth.\t \t \tetw. zu lei…2 Replies
a negative word for "accomplish"Last post 24 Jun 08, 11:11
I'm trying to think of a negative term that would mean "to accomplish" or "to achieve" somet…10 Replies
accomplish diversityLast post 15 Jan 09, 15:52
Diversity is not easily accomplished. Hallo and sorry for placing this in English missing!!…4 Replies
accomplish great thingsLast post 05 Nov 08, 00:08
How would you say "he has accomplished great things as President" in German? Any help would…4 Replies
accomplish - erledigenLast post 26 May 09, 13:08
Kann "to accomplish" auch "erledigen" heißen?3 Replies
accomplish diversityLast post 15 Jan 09, 19:21
Diversity is not easily accomplished. Hallo! Bezieht sich auf die Studenten auf einer Uni i…1 Replies
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