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to keep sth.


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etw. erhalten




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derivation - das ErhaltenLast post 27 Jul 06, 19:09
Ich sehe keinen Zusammenhang zwischen Erhalten und derivation. Bei derivation geht es um das…6 Replies
ErhaltenLast post 10 Jun 16, 19:18
Ich möchte in einem Lebenslauf schreiben, dass ich eine Silbermedaille in meiner Stadt in ei…3 Replies
Keep your fingers crossed!Last post 27 Dec 09, 10:10
Strangely enough, in a conversation a few moments ago I realized that I was saying "Ich drüc…8 Replies
Keep prices down. - die Preise niedrig halten.Last post 04 May 07, 16:49
Imperative form: Keep prices down! Halten Sie die Preise niedrig! streichen14 Replies
keep your pecker up - Nur MutLast post 15 Jul 11, 21:17
I would never say "keep your pecker up", rather "keep your chin up".5 Replies
to keep a secret - etw. geheim haltenLast post 09 Mar 04, 20:37
"sth." should be added to the English expression. "I must beg you to keep THIS a secret." (…8 Replies
to keep mum (u.a.) - dicht haltenLast post 09 Feb 06, 05:47 Replies
temperature + keepLast post 01 Apr 14, 10:51
When you are talking about a refrigerator, can you say this: The temperature is not keeping…5 Replies
keep smileLast post 22 Feb 13, 12:05
Liebe Leoniden, mir hat es bei diesem Ausdruck die Zehennägel hochgerollt. Meine instinktiv…5 Replies
keep remindLast post 01 Apr 09, 14:40
Im Sinne von "vergegenwärtigen Sie sich", "halten Sie sich vor Augen" oder einfach "denken S…10 Replies

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