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to recognizeto recognize that ...to recogniseto recognizeto recognise that ...to recognize that ...

Definition (britisch)

recognize, that
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Definition (amerikanisch)

recognize, that, ..., recognise
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recognize, that, ..., recognise
Merriam Webster

Etymology

recognize, that, recognise
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zugebenzugeben , dass ...

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zugeben, dass
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recognise - realiseLast post 24 May 05, 00:04
Hi! Ich verstehe einfach nicht den Unterschied zwischen den beiden, welches Wort verwende i…6 Replies
recognise - realiseLast post 24 May 05, 00:04
Hi! Ich verstehe einfach nicht den Unterschied zwischen den beiden, welches Wort verwende i…6 Replies
recognise Last post 24 Nov 16, 12:55
Aus einem Dialog, von dem ich aber nicht den Anfang habe. Es geht um die korrekte buchhalter…11 Replies
gestehen - zugebenLast post 22 Sep 15, 22:05
Are these near synonyms? Is there a difference in register or "feel" in general?8 Replies
gestehen - zugebenLast post 07 Jan 16, 08:34
Are these near synonyms? Is there a difference in register or "feel" in general?6 Replies
cognize - recognizeLast post 23 Nov 09, 11:34
Ich bin -obschon recognize bisherig stets rege benützt- neulich mal darüber gestolpert, das…14 Replies
cough - gestehen, zugeben, sich schuldig bekennenLast post 13 Sep 16, 08:42
Referenz:http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=coughBedeutung 5: cough: confess to …10 Replies
recognizeLast post 24 Feb 10, 18:55
If all the computers on this network are at your home, and you recognize them, this is a tru…10 Replies
recognize Last post 01 Jul 09, 16:35
Aus einem Vertrag: The parties recognize that the interests (...) need to be protected. c…2 Replies
'make' as in recognise/identifyLast post 15 May 07, 22:18
Is this American usage? And if so, how common would you say it is? I've come across it in …12 Replies
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