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to go into sth.


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in etw. enthalten sein



in, enthalten, sein

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go in, go into, go toLast post 11 Dec 11, 17:19
Ich gehe ins Wohnzimmer. I got to the living room, into the living room, in the living room.…4 Replies
to go into reverse - rückläufig seinLast post 24 Apr 12, 19:53
The rate of Mexican immigration to the US has stalled or maybe even gone into reverse, an an…1 Replies
to be raring to go - in den Startlöchern seinLast post 29 Jul 14, 03:00
Man "ist" nicht in den Startlöchern, man steht in ihnen. Interessanterweise sagen sowohl d…21 Replies
Enthalten seinLast post 12 Dec 07, 09:13
Er kriget ein Buch in dem Informationen enthalten sind. He gets a book containing informati…1 Replies
in Lösung gehen - to go into solutionLast post 30 Dec 10, 04:44
Lösung bezeichnet auch den Vorgang des Lösens („in Lösung gehen“) -1 Replies
in Remission gehen - to go into remissionLast post 04 Nov 12, 01:55
Es trifft durchaus sein, dass eine schwere Krankheit, beispielsweise Krebs, kurzzeitig in Re…15 Replies
to go into force - in Kraft tretenLast post 01 Jul 08, 09:33
Dutch smoking ban goes into force. A tobacco smoking ban has come into effect in cafes, bars…1 Replies
to go into debt - in Schulden geratenLast post 18 Mar 05, 02:07 But student leaders say poorer people w…2 Replies
in Insolvenz gehen - to go into bankruptcyLast post 01 Feb 09, 11:02
Der angeschlagene Automobilhersteller General Motors will nicht in Insolvenz gehen. -2 Replies
to go into administration - in Insolvenz gehenLast post 30 Jan 13, 14:30
The government said allowing the Forensic Science Service (FSS) to go into administration wo…3 Replies

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