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What about me?

 

Definition (britisch)

about, me
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

What, about, me
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

What, about, me
Merriam Webster

Etymology

about, me
Online Etymology Dictionary
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Und ich?

 

Definition:

und, ich
DWDS

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Forum discussions containing the search term

what about - worüberLast post 03 Feb 15, 00:49
https://dict.leo.org/ende/index_de.html#/search=what%20about&searchLoc=0&resultOrder=basic&4 Replies
what about you? - und Du?Last post 21 Apr 09, 21:01
English G21 A1 Englisch-Lehrbuch1 Replies
me - ich [ugs.]Last post 04 Nov 17, 19:17
Bin zufällig auf diese Kleinigkeit gestoßen: Warum steht der Zusatz "ugs." beim "ich"? Wie15 Replies
What about the NHS?Last post 25 Dec 09, 13:40
Ich komme aus Deutschland, und lebe seit einigen Wochen in der UK. Kann mir jemand, der beid…2 Replies
how about OR what about?Last post 15 Nov 06, 21:38
What's the difference between: How about watching a film? and What about watching a film? Th…10 Replies
what about and how aboutLast post 14 Dec 04, 12:41
Good evening. I think there's a difference when I use how about and what about. But I can't …13 Replies
und dir? - What about yourself?Last post 29 Mar 10, 20:35
Hallo an Alle, ich würde gerne wissen ob man die Frage "How are you?" mit "Good, what abou…4 Replies
Enough about me, what about youLast post 10 Sep 08, 15:54
Just for usage in general conversation Simply can't think how to say this in "German soundi…4 Replies
What about user registration?Last post 13 Mar 07, 18:43
Since I am a HUGE Leo fanatic I wondered why the site doesn't implement a genuine user regis…4 Replies
What about user registration?Last post 13 Sep 05, 20:59
Since I am a HUGE Leo fanatic I wondered why the site doesn't implement a genuine user regis…2 Replies
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