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to play for time


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play, for, time
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Definition (American English)

play, for, time
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play, for, time
Merriam Webster


play, for, time
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Zeit gewinnen wollen



Zeit, gewinnen, wollen

Forum discussions containing the search term

for the time being - zur ZeitLast post 11 Feb 09, 00:10
"zurzeit" wird zusammengeschrieben.7 Replies
it might buy time - man könne Zeit gewinnenLast post 16 Jun 13, 06:39
Coming so late into the conflict, Mr. Obama expressed no confidence it would change the outc…4 Replies
in due time - in seiner ZeitLast post 13 Mar 12, 16:34
Ist dieser Eintrag tatsächlich richtig? Müßte es nicht eher heißen: "zu seiner Zeit" ("Alles…2 Replies
in best time - in kürzester ZeitLast post 27 Jan 06, 15:34
Die korrekte Uebersetzung von "in best time" ist "frühzeitigst". Es ist die Steigerung von "…3 Replies
to be time - an der Zeit seinLast post 26 Jul 05, 13:57
To be time has a totally different meaning than to be on time. Ich bin die Zeit would sound…4 Replies
brewing time - Zeit,die etwas ziehen sollLast post 29 Jan 10, 21:37 no comment9 Replies
to allure - gewinnenLast post 02 Oct 07, 18:47
Maybe I'm being thick, but I can't think of an example in which "allure" can be translated a…3 Replies
foul play - MordLast post 30 Sep 10, 10:02
Die vorgeschlagene Übersetzung greift mE deutlich zu kurz. Weder kann "Mord" schlechthin mit…18 Replies
American word for a play?Last post 13 Sep 07, 15:49
What would you normally call a play at the theatre in America? I thought there was a special…9 Replies
"High time for summer." - "Höchste Zeit für Sommer".Last post 15 Mar 16, 17:45
"High time for summer." Hallo,wie würdet ihr übersetzen?Danke!1 Replies

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