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to agree

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to agree on sth. - übereinkommenLast post 14 Jan 13, 21:35
agree on something shake hands on, reach agreement on, settle on, negotiate, work out, arriv…15 Replies
agree on, agree to, agree withLast post 30 Jul 08, 10:06
Can anyone explain the difference? For example can you say 'agree to the changes made....' …1 Replies
to mesh (with sth.) - (mit etw. [Dat.]) zusammenpassenLast post 20 Oct 11, 10:55 I'm glad to 2 Replies
agree & subj.?Last post 21 Oct 09, 17:27
Is agree followed by a subjunctive? I agree that A be B, I agree (up)on C be D, ...? Than…8 Replies
to agreeLast post 16 Aug 11, 20:52
You forgot to agree the verbs. Context: You need to make sure the verb forms are in agreeme…46 Replies
to agree with - bekommenLast post 23 Jun 05, 12:15
Diese UEbersetzung macht irgendwie keinen Sinn. Mir ist keine Situation bekannt, in der man …6 Replies
zusammenpassenLast post 14 Mar 11, 13:54
Sie passen gut zusammen. Zwei Personen als Paar.5 Replies
zusammenpassen.Last post 08 Jan 10, 13:05
Wir passten einfach nicht zusammen. Die Rede ist von einem früheren Paar. Sorry that I plac…4 Replies
zusammenpassenLast post 04 Sep 07, 22:17
to fit together. Ist klar. Aber darf man sagen: "The lifestayle of a personal quest for sta…4 Replies
zusammenpassenLast post 11 Sep 09, 13:16
alles passt gut zusammen es passt gut zusammen mit den anderen Steinchen des Mosaiks Hi, …3 Replies
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