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Und ob!



und, ob

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ratherLast post 18 Jan 16, 01:16
... erlaubt es den Siedlern, ein öffentliches Gut, ein diskretes eher / leichter als ein ste…5 Replies
RatherLast post 12 Jan 03, 16:16
Hey folks Ich habe eine Frage, ich habe den satz "You look rather splendid this evening" ir…21 Replies
rather than\t \t - eherLast post 19 Nov 07, 23:38
LEO: rather than --- eher\t rather than --- lieber als\t rather ... than --- eher ... als\t …2 Replies
rather -- or rather -- bzw.Last post 05 Jan 08, 17:29
LEO: alternatively adv. --- beziehungsweise rather --- beziehungsweise [Abk.: bzw.] respectiv0 Replies
Rather! - Na klar!Last post 08 Feb 09, 18:03 5. Chiefly British: Most certainly. Us…4 Replies
rather than - statt, anstattLast post 12 May 15, 16:52
I decided to skip lunch rather than eat in the cafeteria again. Siehe zB http://www.dict.c…6 Replies
rather than - anstattLast post 12 Sep 07, 15:28
OALD: rather than = instead of sb/sth: I think I’ll have a cold drink rather than coffee. M-W1 Replies
rather... thanLast post 04 Jul 07, 21:53
ich möchte ausdrücken, dass der Faktor ABC eher oncogenic als tumor suppressive Funktionen h…7 Replies
rather thanLast post 13 Oct 16, 13:02
Gatsby is a lonely person who rather observes than takes part in something. - Is that a co…5 Replies
would ratherLast post 12 Mar 15, 21:40
Hi, I just discovered there are interesting "would rather" constructions, expressing that a…3 Replies
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