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to lumber

Definition (British English)

lumber
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Definition (American English)

lumber
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lumber
Merriam Webster

Etymology

lumber
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Holz fällen

 

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Holz, fällen
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softwood (soft wood, softwood lumber) - weichholzLast post 17 May 11, 21:41
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weichholz http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softwood Weichholz ist z…7 Replies
lumber - Bettel, Trödelkram, Gerümpel; ... voll stopfenLast post 21 Sep 09, 11:21
LEO: to lumber (Amer.) - abholzen to lumber - rumpeln, tapsen, trampeln, walzen, Holz fällen…5 Replies
lumberLast post 02 Jun 10, 11:36
business lumbered along4 Replies
Das Hauptmaterial ist Holz - The main material is lumber/woodenLast post 18 Apr 10, 11:56
Welches Wort verwendet man für Holz? Danke, Gruss Marc1 Replies
lumber camp - HolzfällerlagerLast post 17 Sep 12, 12:21
After long days of hard work, loggers in their lumber camps entertained themselves by dreami…3 Replies
aus HolzLast post 12 Jun 10, 17:08
Ich hätte jetzt "hölzig" gesagt. Ich bilde mir ein, dieses Wort schon ein paar Mal gehört zu…4 Replies
sinker - sankes HolzLast post 04 Apr 07, 09:29
The lack of sinkers prevented his line from going to the ground of the pond... markus@nieder…8 Replies
weil holz nicht gleich holz istLast post 04 Dec 07, 20:02
I have a big problem by translating this sentence: "Weil Holz nicht gleich Holz ist, haben u…4 Replies
lumber regionsLast post 21 Sep 07, 13:15
The woman has been experiencing severe pains in the back, buttocks and lumber regions. Viel…3 Replies
lumber stateLast post 16 Oct 11, 12:08
Early in the 20th century Wisconsin was the leading lumber state. Most of the virgin forest …1 Replies
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