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to admit defeat

 

Definition (British English)

admit, defeat
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

admit, defeat
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

admit, defeat
Merriam Webster

Etymology

admit, defeat
Online Etymology Dictionary
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seine Niederlage eingestehen

 

Forum discussions containing the search term

defeat - Sieg oder Niederlage?Last post 23 Jun 16, 12:31
Ich kannte "defeat" bisher nur als Niederlage, aber laut Leo kann es auch Sieg bedeuten. Wi…3 Replies
bruising defeat - schmerzliche NiederlageLast post 10 May 10, 09:11
President Nicolas Sarkozy suffered a bruising defeat in local elections on Sunday, with his …1 Replies
Niederlage beim Hinspiel - first leg defeatLast post 02 Mar 14, 19:02
Unsere Mannschaft will sich für die Niederlage beim Hinspiel revangieren und endlich wieder …1 Replies
Niederlage im Elfmeterschießen - defeat on penaltiesLast post 26 May 13, 19:03
Im letzten Jahr hat der FC Bayern diese schmerzliche Niederlage im Elfmeterschießen gegen de…1 Replies
(1-2, 0-3) defeat ... - die (1:2-, 0:3-Niederlage) ... Last post 05 Oct 12, 20:55
(1-2, 0-3) defeat - spoken: one two, nil three defeat [sport.] --- die (1:23 Replies
general election defeat - Niederlage bei der ParlamentswahlLast post 06 Sep 14, 15:58
In 1987, Labour suffered its third successive general election defeat. -3 Replies
admitLast post 16 Jul 09, 16:25
In 2005 the Deutsche Direktmarketing Verband e.V. (German Direct Marketing Association, DDV)…1 Replies
admitLast post 30 Dec 08, 10:13
heißt es "to admit to do sth" oder "to admit doing sth"?1 Replies
defeatLast post 03 Jul 10, 10:50
to defeat = besigene und das Nomen defeat: Niederlage. Stimmt das so wirklich, oder is mit m…1 Replies
"admit" und "admit to"Last post 06 Mar 09, 20:29
Hallo Wasist der Unterschied zwischen She admitted to having stolen. und She admitted ha…1 Replies
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