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it usually takes me a week to ...

Definition (British English)

it, usually, usual, take, me, week
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Definition (American English)

it, usually, usual, take, me, week
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Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

it, usually, usual, take, me, week
Merriam Webster

Etymology

it, usually, usual, take, me, week
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normalerweise brauche ich eine Woche um ...

 

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usually - normalerweise, gewöhnlichLast post 08 Nov 07, 20:18
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He said that assembling an African military force to work with the French troops could take …5 Replies
a week or so - so eine Woche Last post 14 Feb 06, 18:43
Freunde von mir haben z.B. "seit einer Woche oder so" in Emails geschrieben, aber das klingt…5 Replies
usual - It is usual thatLast post 25 Apr 09, 15:59
It is usual that girls help their mothers. - Es ist üblich, dass Mädchen ihren Müttern helfe…1 Replies
a week today - heute in einer WocheLast post 21 Jun 05, 09:20
Same with "a week tomorrow" -> "a week from tomorrow" Also the entry "tomorrow week" does…4 Replies
um eine Woche verlängern - prolong one weekLast post 11 Mar 09, 09:52
Referring to the extension of a contract I am not sure whether it is "to prolong by one week…1 Replies
me - ich [ugs.]Last post 04 Nov 17, 19:17
Bin zufällig auf diese Kleinigkeit gestoßen: Warum steht der Zusatz "ugs." beim "ich"? Wie15 Replies
ich brauche helfen!!!Last post 17 May 09, 22:54
i need to write about current developments in german higher education....can anyone help?7 Replies
"It takes a lot to make me cry." - ???Last post 05 Nov 11, 14:46
"People who claim to be offended can by all means do so; it takes a lot to make my cry. But …1 Replies
It takes what it takes.Last post 09 May 07, 11:53
It takes what it takes. Does anybody know how this can be translated into German? Many thanks.2 Replies
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