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to enter sth. | to enter sth. in sth.

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enter, in
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enter, in
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enter, in
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enter, in
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etw. eintragen | etw. in etw. eintragen


eintragen, in

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enter - die EingabeLast post 06 Sep 10, 20:47
I've never run across "enter" used as a noun. If there is some form of English that permits …5 Replies
eintragen inLast post 17 Feb 10, 12:15 einen oder in einem Kalendar eintragen? Auch: einen/einem Hauptbuch eintragen?…3 Replies
eintragen - austragen???Last post 05 Oct 06, 11:55
Ich (dt. Muttersprachlerin) knirsche jedes Mal erneut mit den Zähnen, wenn jemand zu mir sag…4 Replies
in ein Formularfeld eintragen ... - enter in a form blank ...Last post 01 Jul 08, 14:49
Bitte teilen Sie uns mit, was Sie in den Formularfeldern "Einzahler" und "Empfänger" eingetr…7 Replies
enter into force - in Kraft tretenLast post 19 Jan 10, 17:03
I am not a native speaker but this really sounds suspicious to me. It is a step for step tra…11 Replies
to enter on the books \t \t \t - einbuchen | buchte ein, eingebucht |Last post 05 Apr 18, 11:41…3 Replies
eintragenLast post 03 Jul 03, 01:57
einen Wert in eine Liste/ Tabelle/ ... eintragen1 Replies
to enter - to inputLast post 18 Oct 06, 10:25
Is there a difference in the meaning of "to enter" and "to input"? (Example: Entering data i…2 Replies
enterLast post 28 Aug 07, 18:48
Zugang ? On the front page of the website. You press on 'enter' to gain access to the mainp…1 Replies
enterLast post 05 May 07, 13:02
Please enter the following order for immediate delivery. (to) enter...for --> vormerken?1 Replies

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