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to loose - to loosenLast post 26 Feb 06, 14:45
Ich habe gerade in meinem Text (übersetzen einer Serviceanleitung) stets "to loosen" (für lö…3 Replies
to loosen up creditLast post 25 Feb 09, 15:04
bzw. "get credit flowing again" Aus Obamas Rede von gestern Abend. What's the most idiomat…1 Replies
"to loosen her tight hold"Last post 11 Oct 10, 17:18
"At the height of the Empire, however, growing nationalist movements in various colonies for…5 Replies
loosen his gripLast post 08 Dec 08, 21:52
Bedeutet "loosen his grip" nur, daß er seinen Griff lockert, also mit weniger Kraft weiterhi…15 Replies
loosen of the glaze - Haftverlust der Glasur Last post 16 Nov 05, 16:59
The present Leo entry seems to come from here: http://www.kalkspatz.ceramic.de/Woerterbuch/l…2 Replies
to heave to - beilegenLast post 30 Apr 17, 12:30
Das Verb "to heave to" hat auf Deutsch verschiedene Entsprechungen, aber "beilegen" ist mein…16 Replies
to be able to look forward to - (...)Last post 29 Apr 14, 15:08
http://dict.leo.org/ende/index_de.html#/search=able%20to%20look%20forward&searchLoc=0&result2 Replies
to relate to - nachvollziehenLast post 24 May 10, 13:27
Kennt jemand einen Zusammenhang, in dem "to relate to something" immer mit "etwas nachvollzi…12 Replies
to tergiversate - dauernd seine Gesinnung ändernLast post 18 Nov 05, 22:14
'Dauernd seine Gesinnung ändern' gives the incorrect impression of inconsistency or opportun…2 Replies
to abut to - anliegenLast post 09 Mar 04, 12:24
The preposition "to" is incorrect. If a preposition is used, it is "on", but "to abut" can …4 Replies