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to wrap

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Binden wickeln

 

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binden, wickeln
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to wrap / to wind - (ein Baby) wickeln ...... völlig daneben?Last post 23 Jul 14, 12:15
Hallo, bei meinen Au Pair Bewerberinnen tauchen alle möglichen Varianten an Verben auf, wen…21 Replies
wrap connection - SteckkontaktLast post 28 Jul 09, 18:38
Hallo ich habe Zweifel, ob diese Übersetzung korrekt ist. Mit "wrap" ist in diesem Zusammenh…1 Replies
wrap-up Last post 23 Jul 08, 21:28
To give a wrap-up on sth.? To give a wrap of sth? about? Thanks for any help on this pronou…15 Replies
wrap-up Last post 14 Feb 07, 15:43
To give a wrap-up on sth.? To give a wrap of sth? about? Thanks for any help on this pronou…14 Replies
at binders - zum Binden - BuchLast post 15 Aug 12, 13:17
at binders\t-\t zum Binden - Buch Is this supposed to say 'at the binder's', as a de1 Replies
wrap - der, auch: das Wrap (gefüllter Teigfladen)Last post 14 Feb 17, 22:11
wrap noun ( FOOD ) a sandwich made with one piece of very thin bread which is folded around a2 Replies
to wrap - kapselnLast post 19 Jan 04, 15:35
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wrap dress - WickelkleidLast post 26 Apr 07, 23:26
www.dvf.com/store/template.do?componentId=124&page=1 Wickelkleider wurden in den 70ern v. a.…0 Replies
tie wrap - KabelbinderLast post 11 Jul 07, 12:42
"tie wrap" ist ein Kabelbinder. Kabelbinder ist mir bekannt, die GOOGLE-Bildersuche für tie…1 Replies
tie-wrap - KabelbinderLast post 28 Jun 07, 11:24
plastic tie for holding cables together or holding cable in place. One use of tie-wrap is to…8 Replies
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