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to discuss sth.


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sich über etw. beraten



sich, über, beraten

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discuss - aussortieren [Südwesterdeutsch]Last post 04 Mar 07, 19:38 Bedeutungen: [1] Heraussuchen (und dabei Unta…2 Replies
open to discuss(ing?!)Last post 04 Apr 11, 10:14
Hi, I'm really sorry I have to ask, but I got the above phrase by a friend, who's quite Eng…5 Replies
"Discuss" ohne Objekt richtig?Last post 04 Dec 11, 19:57
Hallo, ist es sprachlich richtig, "to discuss" ohne Objekt zu benutzen, also bspw. "The text…4 Replies
discuss/examine/outline/exploreLast post 11 Nov 09, 16:45
these are the words that are normally used in essay questions, which general German words ar…2 Replies
ill-advised - schlecht beratenLast post 22 Dec 06, 15:08
Definitionen von ( : "acti…1 Replies
To discuss: Auch ohne Objekt?Last post 25 Nov 17, 11:05
Während des COP 23 lud das Bundesland Nordrhein-Westfalen zweisprachig an seinen Infostand e…13 Replies
Can a meeting discuss something?Last post 10 Jan 14, 12:11
I am proofreading a translation and am wondering if the following expressions are indeed use…5 Replies
to consult - beraten (ohne sich)Last post 04 Nov 10, 17:48
Das LEO-Wörterbuch sagt nein, und das hätte ich auch gesagt, doch Merriam-Webster gibt als e…2 Replies
these works fail to discuss - in diesen Arbeiten gelingt es nicht darzustellenLast post 20 Feb 07, 07:53
Das Deutsch iss nix serr gutt. ;-) Probieren wir's mal so.4 Replies
to mentor - beratenLast post 03 Jun 10, 15:36
The popular advice is "find a mentor". A question to ask yourself first is "How ready am I t…2 Replies
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