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to come to an agreement - paktierenLast post 16 Aug 06, 23:31
Kann man den negativen Beigeschmack von paktieren irgendwie deutlich machen? http://www.dwd…4 Replies
agreeding to an hearLast post 17 Dec 13, 14:40
In joining in that agreement both parties are "agreeding to an hear" or hold to what is set …5 Replies
born to an unmarried mother - von einer unverheirateten Mutter geborenLast post 12 Jun 14, 12:16
das Deutsche scheint mir irgendwie schräg - das sagen wir doch nicht so, oder? Mutter ist ma…5 Replies
to not to give an inch - stur bleibenLast post 17 Oct 07, 09:14 Replies
to contest an election - an einer Wahl teilnehmenLast post 25 Jan 09, 22:06
This German translation does not seem correct to me, at least for the AE meaning of the phra…7 Replies
to adjust an entry - ändernLast post 24 Jun 12, 15:46 Replies
to administer an anaesthesia - anästhesieren Last post 22 Nov 19, 14:14
LEO has:to administer an anaesthesia [MED.]                      anästhesiere5 Replies
to make an excuse - ausredenLast post 11 May 10, 10:43
v.intr. To make an excuse ...for oneself. To make an excuse ...for (another). The Am…2 Replies
to refer to so. - sich an jmdn. wenden Last post 01 Nov 10, 22:53
In the meaning "to consult", "refer to" goes with objects (to refer to sth.), not with peopl…15 Replies
to appeal - anfechten | fechtete an, angefochten |Last post 22 Nov 05, 15:14 Replies

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