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consider - erwägenLast post 09 Oct 08, 11:13
Was ist besser? Erwägen Sie einen Bluttest für diesen Patienten. Oder Ziehen Sie in Betracht…1 Replies
to deliberate - wohlbedacht erwaegenLast post 13 May 16, 21:53
The jury deliberated for five days before finding him guilty.The sergeant deliberated for a …4 Replies
revisit - überdenkenLast post 22 Jul 09, 04:22
Definition by Merriam Webster: "to consider or take up again" Der vorhandene Eintrag "wieder…11 Replies
revisit - überdenken, neu erwägen, wieder aufnehmenLast post 21 Apr 09, 14:20
Revisit our controls Kontrollen werden nicht besucht, sondern überprüft bzw. nochmals überda…2 Replies
to ponder about - über etw. nachdenkenLast post 30 Jun 08, 08:34
Is the preposition "about" correct?4 Replies
to ponder a womanLast post 21 Feb 17, 02:21
Aus Luke Cage 1x01: "Dumb men like little girls. Me? I ponder a woman."Luke Cage, als er als…7 Replies
to entertain sth. (law) - etw. in Betracht ziehen, etw. erwägenLast post 11 Oct 17, 18:44
Verb 1. entertain - provide entertainment for host - be the host of or for; "We hosted 4 cou…11 Replies
to sth. think out - etw. zu Ende denkenLast post 23 Mar 07, 00:05
think out, transitive verb Definition: consider: to consider something carefully, taking …0 Replies
contemplated act - alles, was sie zu tun erwägenLast post 08 Oct 09, 17:17
Ausgangssatz: “…I want employees to ask themselves whether they are willing to have an0 Replies
there was a lot to ponder that eveningLast post 16 Jul 13, 23:12
An acquaintance of mine sent me a picture of me looking very pensive at a company gathering.…7 Replies

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