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to accrue - zufließen, (floß zu)Last post 07 Jun 04, 11:51
just a little mistake...: floß zu is old and obsolete after reform4 Replies
to dine - zu Mittag essenLast post 20 Nov 09, 13:17
to dine ist nicht "zu Mittag essen", wie hier angegeben wird. Man assoziiert "to dine" voral…14 Replies
to talk to - reden zuLast post 24 Jan 06, 12:14
Ich hab noch nie "zu" jemandem geredet (zu jemandem sprechen), sondern "mit" Leuten.6 Replies
'to' - 'zu'Last post 13 Aug 08, 15:07
'Wirf mir den Ball zu' 'Fluester es mir zu' 'Komm auf mich zu' Normally 'zu' is not at th…11 Replies
to be anxious to - gespannt darauf sein zuLast post 24 Mar 09, 23:16
Also beim besten Willen - nicht einmal im Übertragenen Sinne kann es sich hierbei um eine ir…12 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
to sup - dinierenLast post 05 Oct 10, 10:16
sup 2 (sp) intr.v. supped, sup·ping, sups To eat an evening meal; have supper. The America…6 Replies
to come to - wieder zu sich/dat. kommenLast post 12 Feb 13, 15:47
come to oneself to begin acting and thinking like one's normal self. I began to come to myse…3 Replies
without resort to dishonesty - ohne zu unlauteren Mitteln zu greifen Last post 23 May 04, 01:40
As an English person the original English translation in LEO hurts..... I believe my propose…5 Replies
bored to tears - zu Tränen gelangweiltLast post 17 Mar 15, 10:43 Replies

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