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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to nearto near sth. - sich nähernsich jmdm./etw. nähern

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to near

 

Definition (britisch)

to, near
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

to, near
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

to, near
Merriam Webster

Etymology

to, near
Online Etymology Dictionary
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sich nähern

 

Definition:

sich, nähern
DWDS

Englische Verben ohne Reflexivpronomen – Reflexivpronomen im Akkusativ im Deutschen

Englische Grammatik

Eine Reihe gängiger englischer Verben führt – im Gegensatz zu ihren deutschen Entsprechungen – kein Reflexivpronomen mit sich.

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