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object-related

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object-related
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to object - vorhaltenLast post 01 Nov 05, 21:14
Mir ist kein Kontext bekannt, in dem diese Übersetzung sachlich richtig wäre. MW: 1 : to opp…11 Replies
indirect object without direct objectLast post 19 Jan 16, 06:37
I recently read something pointing out that write can be used with an indirect object but no…10 Replies
remind + Object?Last post 06 Apr 16, 17:20
I learnt that remind is a transitive word and so always takes an object. Is this sentence wr…8 Replies
your object vs. object of yoursLast post 05 Oct 05, 12:17
Gibt's eigentlich einen Unterschied in der Bedeutung I don't like your dog -- I don't like …2 Replies
objectLast post 24 Mar 10, 09:21
Medical data of an object, in particular a patient, are collected. Patienten = Objekte? Oje…1 Replies
Gegenstand - ObjectLast post 09 Oct 10, 03:41
Gegenstand des Dienstleistungsvertrages sind auch Unterstützungsleistungen für den Auftragge…3 Replies
object complement - ???Last post 12 Oct 07, 13:06
Kann mir einer den korrekten deutschen linguistischen Begriff für "object complement" sagen?…1 Replies
like + object (structures)Last post 02 Jan 06, 19:48
Which version is correct/better? Or are both versions acceptable? - I like to make other pe…2 Replies
subject or object?Last post 28 Mar 06, 11:58
I am writing a paper currently about the short story "The Dead" by James Joyce. One of the p…1 Replies
Subject or object?Last post 07 Jun 05, 13:42
"den Briefträger biss der Hund" -- an example that fascinated me when I was first learning G…59 Replies
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