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to shore up

 

Definition (British English)

shore, up
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

shore, up
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shore, up
Merriam Webster

Etymology

shore, up
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absteifen

Definition:

absteifen
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Improve/shore upLast post 08 Mar 09, 09:31
Guten morgen, git es einen Unterschied zwischen improve und shore up? danke im vorraus1 Replies
Shore vs CoastLast post 12 Jul 10, 17:07
The other day a pupil in an english course asked me what the difference between coast and sh…4 Replies
Flussufer: shore oder bank?Last post 02 Mar 15, 19:45
Meine Frau stellt die Frage, ob sie ein Flussufer als shore oder als bank übersetzen33 Replies
Strandvegetation - shore vegetationLast post 11 Nov 16, 23:17
oder coastal vegetation? Kann man das so einfach übersetzen oder gibt es einen anderen Begr…3 Replies
Night's Plutonian shore / nightly shoreLast post 16 Oct 06, 13:24
Edgar Allan Poe - The Raven "Though thy crest be shorn and shaven, thou, "I said, "art sure …1 Replies
off-shore property - Anlagen vor der Küste und auf hoher SeeLast post 28 Oct 13, 11:42
SOED offshore -- (commercial or financial activity)... foreign, international; not domestic …6 Replies
dual-shoreLast post 05 Jul 15, 13:19
http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=4099171 Replies
cross-shoreLast post 19 Oct 09, 11:41
cross-shore sediment transport cross-shore velocity shear http://www.usace.army.mil/publica…2 Replies
shore diving Last post 20 Aug 09, 22:13
Hallo Taucher! Was sagt man im Taucherdeutsch für "shore diving"? Zum Beispiel: Bonaire is c…1 Replies
shore partyLast post 06 Feb 09, 21:16
A task organization of the landing force, formed for the purpose of facilitating the landing…5 Replies
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