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a cut above


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Definition (American English)

cut, above
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cut, above
Merriam Webster


cut, above
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eine Stufe besser



Stufe, besser

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sharp-cut - deutlichLast post 16 Apr 09, 16:17
His sale of military secrets is a clear-cut example of treason. Google results: "clear-cut e…4 Replies
um eine Stufe herabsetzen - to cut by one notchLast post 02 Dec 12, 11:10
Moody's Investors Service hat die Bonität von Telekom Austria AG um eine Stufe herabgesetzt. -2 Replies
cut-over bog - LeegsumpfLast post 25 May 19, 19:01…9 Replies
...stufe - ...levelLast post 09 Oct 07, 18:26
Mitarbeiter aller Unternehmensebenen/stufen für etw. mobilisieren mobilize employees from a…4 Replies
aboveground, above ground, above-groundLast post 11 May 10, 14:05
Which one of the above is correct? Or are they all correct, just used in different circumsta…1 Replies
Above-mentioned vs. the above-mentionedLast post 07 May 11, 19:14
Ist folgender Satz auch ohne "the" korrekt? Gibt es hier einen Unterschied zwischen British …5 Replies
to be above such thing - über der Sache stehenLast post 07 Sep 16, 01:06
I'm not sure about the correspondence with the German, but "to be above such thing" doesn't…4 Replies
"cut clean" oder "cut cleanly" ? Last post 07 Aug 09, 20:13
The knife cut clean(ly) through the meat. Clean ist hier ein Adverb, bräuchte also die 'ly'…5 Replies
low-cut tops - tief ausgeschnittene Tops Last post 28 Jul 06, 17:43
Nicht falsch, aber nur als Plural eingetragen.0 Replies
besser - besser??Last post 22 Mar 10, 20:59
Mom and bady to discharge hospit and Dad to find oneself a job in the theatre. Since that d…3 Replies

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