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to be contained in sth.


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be, in
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be, contained, in
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be, in
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in etw. enthalten sein



in, enthalten, sein

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is contained by - enthalten inLast post 30 Mar 06, 14:12
The length information is contained by the first register Habe es schon öfters gelesen. Ist …2 Replies
to be attired in sth. - in etw. gekleidet seinLast post 24 Mar 20, 13:37 Offenbar is…6 Replies
to be in business - bestehenLast post 12 Apr 12, 10:59
He has been in the business since ... Er ist seit ... im Geschäft/Geschäftsmann/Kaufmann ?5 Replies
to be in a fix - in Schwulitäten seinLast post 11 Feb 09, 07:42
''In Schwulitäten sein' ist -obwohl es im Original nicht (!) so gemeint ist - ein schwulenfe…8 Replies
to be in the China trade \t\t \t - im Porzellangeschäft seinLast post 22 Jun 18, 00:07…6 Replies
to be in the position of being able - in der Lage seinLast post 01 Dec 04, 09:57
Ich bin kein Native Speaker, aber das Englische klingt mir doch sehr doppelt-gemoppelt. Zude…6 Replies
to be complicit - sich mitschuldig machenLast post 05 May 12, 04:05
com·plic·it (km-plst) adj. Associated with or participating in a questionable act or a crime…5 Replies
to be under way - in Vorbereitung/Entwicklung seinLast post 07 Jul 06, 00:25
Leo gibt für "under way" ( Replies
to be in the run - in Frage kommenLast post 05 Feb 15, 14:56
This should be "to be in the running", shouldn't it? http://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.…11 Replies
to be in the tea trade - im Teehandel seinLast post 31 Oct 05, 11:59
Google finds for "is in the tea trade" only 4 hits, none of which can be translated with "is…14 Replies

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