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round about

 

Definition (British English)

round, about
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

round, about
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round, about
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Etymology

round, about
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ungefähr

 

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ungefähr
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round about - ungefähr (zeitlich)Last post 11 Nov 10, 23:33
1) Expect the delivery in round about two weeks. 2) The statue stands round about 20 meters …3 Replies
round about - ungefähr, etwaLast post 10 Jan 08, 11:55
Sitmmt das so? Kann man das so sagen? Danke1 Replies
circa, about - circa, ungefaehrLast post 06 May 10, 23:53
The event occurred ca. 1500BC The ball is approximately 2m in diameter. http://kristinhall.…8 Replies
round bastion - RundturmLast post 02 Jan 12, 20:48
Ursprünglich im Jahr 1543 als Rundbastei mit Turm errichtet, wurde die Anlage 1625 von Elias…1 Replies
merry go round - ReitplatzLast post 26 Nov 07, 20:12
Wenn ich merry-go-round höre, habe ich Jahrmarktmusik im Ohr und sehe ein Karussell vor mir.…8 Replies
bring about - *Last post 18 Mar 04, 12:13
braucht LEO 20 (!!) Einträge zu bring about?? M. E. sind viele der Einträge doppelt...8 Replies
round table - RundtischLast post 10 Sep 05, 15:03
"Rundtisch (Maschinenbau)" sollte auf Englisch "rotary table" heißen. "rotary axis" sind im…1 Replies
round boxes?Last post 17 Jan 06, 12:32
on a form, if the shapes to be ticked are round, not square, could you still call them boxes…10 Replies
whip roundLast post 16 Aug 05, 13:25
I am reading Staring at the Sun by Julian Barnes and the following has got me throughly befu…1 Replies
round - KanonLast post 22 Sep 15, 12:24
M-W: 3 round noun Definition of ROUND ... 3: a musical canon in which each part begins on the2 Replies
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