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to borrow

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borrowLast post 29 Apr 15, 21:39
Another possibility for politicians to procure funds was to borrow money. At the same time e…6 Replies
my borrowLast post 23 Oct 06, 16:34
Is there any chance of my borrowing your bicycle for half an hour? Shouldn't it be me bor3 Replies
to borrow trouble / don't borrow troubleLast post 18 Sep 08, 01:56
http://www.answers.com/topic/borrow-trouble "Go out of one's way to do something that may be…8 Replies
borrowLast post 22 Jan 09, 20:52
To borrow a bicycle - ein Fahrrad ausleihen To borrow a book - ein Buch leihen To borrow a…3 Replies
to borrow, to lendLast post 21 Sep 07, 10:27
Verwendet man, wenn man jemanden Geld borgt "to borrow" oder "to lend"...? Da gibt es doch e…9 Replies
borrow againstLast post 10 Nov 10, 23:49
"...to prevent a household from borrowing against future income." Dafür brauche ich eine de…3 Replies
borrow onLast post 02 Jun 11, 21:09
London Business School devotes its latest MBA core module - discorvering entrepreneurial opp…2 Replies
to learn sth. from sth. - etw. (Dat) etw. (Akk) entnehmenLast post 01 Apr 15, 07:53
Ich habe dem Singen meinen Vogel entnommen. (Dat/Akk) Ich habe das Singen meinem Vogel ento…3 Replies
entnehmenLast post 15 Sep 11, 23:05
"Seine Kontaktinformationen können Sie folgender Seite entnehmen." Kann man "entnehmen" so …2 Replies
...., dem ich entnehmen konnte... ??Last post 09 Nov 04, 00:56
Hey community! Ich würde gerne sagen, dass ich einen Artikel in einem Magazin gelesen habe,…1 Replies
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