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in Pension treten



in, Pension, treten

Englische Verben ohne Reflexivpronomen – Reflexivpronomen im Akkusativ im Deutschen

English Grammar

Eine Reihe gängiger englischer Verben führt – im Gegensatz zu ihren deutschen Entsprechungen – kein Reflexivpronomen mit sich.

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old-age pension - AltersversorgungLast post 10 Aug 09, 09:25 Replies
to bestow a pension on so. - jmdm. eine Pension verleihenLast post 21 Jul 05, 01:48
Sinn?3 Replies
pension funds (pl.) - die AltersversorgungLast post 25 Dec 12, 11:26
pension fund 1. Pooled-contributions from pension plans set up by employers, unions, or oth…0 Replies
defined benefit pension plan - leistungsorientierter PensionsplanLast post 12 Oct 04, 16:25
Defined Benefit is when the final liability is know, it is not dependent on performance. A b…1 Replies
retireLast post 09 Oct 08, 11:49
I'd like to say a few words about Joe Shlockmeister. As you know, Joe succeeded David Kleinb…4 Replies
Superannuation, Pension...Last post 15 Jan 09, 22:36
Kann mir jemand bei der Unterscheidung helfen zwischen: Superannuation - retirement income s…0 Replies
enter into force - in Kraft tretenLast post 19 Jan 10, 17:03
I am not a native speaker but this really sounds suspicious to me. It is a step for step tra…11 Replies
passiver Gebrauch von "to retire"Last post 11 Jul 07, 12:57
Kann man "to retire" auch passiv gebrauchen? Also: "He was retired"? Ein Kollege besteht dar…18 Replies
pace - ohne ... zu nahe treten zu wollenLast post 11 Feb 09, 01:19 I 8 Replies
retireLast post 03 Jun 15, 23:29
Can I use retire in this context? "Ich werde mich in mein Zimmer zurückziehen. Gute Nacht!"…10 Replies

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