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to satisfy oneself

Definition (britisch)

satisfy, oneself
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satisfy, oneself
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satisfy, oneself
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satisfy, oneself
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sich überzeugen

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sich, überzeugen
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to satisfy - überzeugenLast post 07 Jun 05, 22:00
Satisfy heisst nur befriedigen und ähnliches. Aber nicht überzeugen - oder?1 Replies
satisfy a concern?Last post 02 Mar 06, 07:38
Can one say "satisfy a concern"? Or can one only satisfy a need/demand? I just wrote "Ma…7 Replies
satisfy a concern?Last post 02 Mar 06, 07:38
Can one say "satisfy a concern"? Or can one only satisfy a need/demand? I just wrote "Ma…7 Replies
to persuade - überzeugenLast post 02 Jun 05, 07:58
IMO persuade does not mean 'überzeugen', it means 'überreden'. When I persuade someone, it …20 Replies
convincement - ÜberzeugenLast post 18 Oct 07, 11:57
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Convincement3 Replies
to deny oneself - sich Entbehrungen auferlegenLast post 03 Nov 13, 21:03
Idioms: deny oneself, a. to refrain from satisfying one's desires. b. to refuse to indulg…4 Replies
to brace oneself - sich zusammenreißenLast post 14 Feb 20, 06:29
Following up on a recent thread,  related discussion:to brace oneself ,I agree with hm-us 9 Replies
to educate oneself, to study further - weiterbildenLast post 06 Dec 12, 14:42
http://www.handelsblatt.com/karriere/nachrichten/foerderung-wie-sie-sich-weiterbilden-koenne…1 Replies
to asphyxiate oneself - sich ersticken Last post 16 Apr 10, 11:46
Wie soll das angewendet werden? Es gibt doch nur "er wurde erstickt, jemand hat ihn erstickt…8 Replies
satisfy probateLast post 19 May 09, 20:30
He placed those notice-to-creditor ads in the newspapers to satisfy probate. Kenne nichts d…3 Replies

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