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to release


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alienate - übertragenLast post 08 Jan 05, 19:36
Mir ist dieser Eintrag 'übertragen' für 'alienate' aufgefallen. Ich lass mich da ja gerne no…2 Replies
to release - kinematisch freisetzenLast post 21 Oct 13, 17:13 Replies
release [tech.] - auflösen - BremseLast post 03 Oct 05, 10:09
Ist mein technisches Deutsch völlig im Wald oder hat sich da was eigeschlichen? Ich kenne "d…1 Replies
release note - der VersandscheinLast post 16 May 08, 11:30
Echt?1 Replies
soil release finish [tech.] - die Soil-release-AusrüstungLast post 08 May 09, 00:12 Replies
figurative - übertragenLast post 09 Jun 11, 07:30
übertragen 2. adj figurative Langenscheidt's G-E E-G 1970 ************ 2. adj Bedeutu0 Replies
to satellite - über Satellit senden / übertragenLast post 12 Sep 08, 06:55…2 Replies
überlassen, übertragenLast post 26 Jun 12, 10:47
Is it right to say that if you überlassen a thing to someone in a contract, then they can us3 Replies
release notesLast post 03 Apr 08, 08:47
jeder, der mit Software zu tun hat, kennt 'release notes'. Aber wer kennt eine kurze knappe …4 Replies
Legal ReleaseLast post 01 Jul 05, 11:23
A few years ago we went canoeing down a small peaceful river in tropical Florida. We rented…1 Replies
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