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to do well

 

Definition (British English)

do, well
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

do, well
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

do, well
Merriam Webster

Etymology

do, well
Online Etymology Dictionary
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gut abschneiden

 

Definition:

gut, abschneiden
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Well roared, lion! - Gut gebrüllt, Löwe!Last post 15 Apr 11, 16:45
Hierum geht es: http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&6 Replies
be well in the mix - gut im Rennen liegenLast post 07 Aug 20, 17:53
“Aston Villa were also well in the mix for a Champions League place that season.“ (Source: w…1 Replies
just as well - genauso gutLast post 16 Sep 08, 09:14
Der Eintrag ist doppelt vorhanden.1 Replies
gut abschneidenLast post 09 Aug 16, 09:16
I'm looking for something along the lines of "he availed himself well." (I think I got that …5 Replies
do my exams well/do well my examsLast post 05 Apr 07, 00:24
Irgendwie finde ich nirgendwo eine geeignete Regel, die mir sagt, wo ich das Adverb hier hin…3 Replies
to get along well together - gut auskommenLast post 09 Feb 16, 08:50
They get along well. Der Eintrag im Wörterbuch für “to get along well together” ist sicherlich4 Replies
Well played! - Gut gekontert!Last post 05 Jan 16, 18:06
https://dict.leo.org/forum/viewUnsolvedquery.php?idThread=944383&idForum=1&lang=de&lp=en2 Replies
well-hung - gut bestücktLast post 06 Nov 10, 08:51
hier zitiert http://de.geocities.com/gayphrases1/german.html schwule Umgangsprache23 Replies
well-honed - gut geschmiertLast post 27 Oct 07, 14:04
There are several well-honed mechanisms and forum for chambers and associations to negotiate.2 Replies
gut abschneiden BEILast post 22 May 05, 22:31
sie hat beim werfen gut abgeschnitten. she did well ... throwing??1 Replies
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