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artikuliert sprechen


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kommunizieren - articulateLast post 15 Mar 12, 10:43
1 Although X migth be the responsibility of certain groups, it is articulated at a community…3 Replies
to articulate - lagernLast post 20 Dec 05, 18:17
Ernst, Wörterbuch der industriellen Technik Diese Übersetzungsmöglichkeit sollte auch aufta…7 Replies
artikulierenLast post 19 Aug 08, 20:18
Du bist neun Jahre alt, und du artikulierst dich immer noch wie eine Dreijährige. Schämst du…4 Replies
fluency - flüssiges sprechenLast post 28 Jun 12, 18:34
in the translation of "sprechen" in the "additional matches" section the translation of "flu…6 Replies
enunciate - artikulierenLast post 23 Jul 06, 04:42
LEO: enunciation - Ausdrucksweise enunciation [form.] (e.g., of a doctrine) - Kundgebung to …0 Replies
articulate truck (autom.) - SattelschlepperLast post 18 Aug 11, 23:39
There is no entry for articulated truck in the AHDE. The AE would be tractor-trailer1 Replies
articulate probeLast post 23 Apr 07, 20:18
The UL articulate probe without web stop is capable of being used for openings having a mino…1 Replies
articulate positionLast post 25 Sep 07, 19:00
kann mir viell jemand sagen wie man "articulate position" und "linearised position" übersetz…3 Replies
co-articulateLast post 08 Jun 09, 10:38
This is because all sounds are co-articulated, or "shingled to gether", with one phoneme ove…1 Replies
articulate storiesLast post 18 Dec 15, 00:27
A.Z. New Director of Communications She began her career agency-side where she helped brands…4 Replies

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