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a good deal of

Definition (British English)

good, deal, of
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

good, deal, of
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

good, deal, of
Merriam Webster

Etymology

good, deal, of
Online Etymology Dictionary
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eine große Menge

Definition:

groß, Menge
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

good dealLast post 24 Aug 09, 04:55
Yesterday I found a great deal on a car and bought one. Wäre "super Angbot" in Ordnung?1 Replies
a good deal of timeLast post 06 Nov 08, 16:47
I spent a good deal of time on the internet. eine Menge Zeit ganz schön viel Zeit Hat jem…3 Replies
ton - TonneLast post 12 Jun 07, 12:16
Protesters from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) dumped a ton of horse man…8 Replies
can matter a good dealLast post 03 Mar 08, 08:14
But your hardware actually has no fewer than five different kinds of memory in it, and the d…1 Replies
do oneself a great deal of good amongLast post 03 Jul 09, 01:39
If the government tossed aside the ideological blinkers of the Treasury and got that message…1 Replies
große Mengen Bewegen - deal great quantitiesLast post 28 Aug 07, 12:10
"Jetzt können wir gemeinsam richtig Mengen bewegen" - im Gesäftsbereich zwischen Käufer und …2 Replies
heck of a deal - verdammt guter DealLast post 13 Oct 08, 15:36
700 dollars was a heck of a deal for a 400 horsepower jukebox on wheels Hi. I need a little…1 Replies
great deal of directionLast post 21 Sep 09, 14:58
Working at ... during my university degree gave me a great deal of direction1 Replies
gross of feesLast post 18 Dec 08, 18:49
...outperform the public market gross of all fees1 Replies
gross of feeLast post 20 Oct 09, 21:08
Ich habe folgenden Text erhalten: "[...] gehe ich davon aus, dass das gross of fee ist." Der…1 Replies
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