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to braid

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braid
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braid
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braid
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verflechten

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verflechten
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intertwine - sich verflechtenLast post 12 Apr 08, 09:55
Oxford Encyclopedic Dictionary Lt. OED lässt sich 'intertwine' sowohl transitiv als auch int…1 Replies
to braid - flechtenLast post 14 Sep 04, 16:27
Das englische Verb to braid beschreibt (zumindest für die Kabelherstellung) ein Geflecht, da…2 Replies
Braid - UmflechtungLast post 27 Sep 10, 12:41
1.PTFE-Stahl verzinkt, Umflechtung aus Edelstahl0 Replies
Zopf - plait or braid?Last post 12 Nov 15, 11:48
Gibt es da einen Unterschied in der Machart? Welcher Ausdruck wäre richtiger für zwei Pippi-…14 Replies
French braidLast post 16 Jun 10, 20:32
French braid does anyone know what a French braid (interwoven hairstyle) is in German?7 Replies
hood braidLast post 10 Nov 17, 21:00
Bereich Eisenbahn (Elektrizität): Equipment hood braid is linked to the block  which is grou…2 Replies
trademark braid - typische ZopffrisurLast post 13 Mar 08, 11:56
Her hair was pulled back in its trademark braid. Sie hatte das Haar wie immer / typischerwe…1 Replies
braid (school uniform)Last post 29 Apr 11, 08:27
Was sind denn wohl "braids" im Zusammenhang mit school uniforms? Der Kontext: "it was strang…8 Replies
lighter mass, pure copper braid constructionLast post 26 Nov 15, 10:41
The desoldering braid is designed for today’s heat sensitive electronic components using lig…4 Replies
durch Kreuzen und Verflechten von Fäden herstellenLast post 13 Nov 11, 17:44
(Gewebe, Stoff)Leinen, Tuch, Teppiche je7154 Replies
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