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improved

 

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improved
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besser

 

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gut
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is improved/has improvedLast post 23 Mar 15, 17:20
The working atmosphere is improved. vs. The working atmosphere has improved. Sind beide Ver…5 Replies
"mündlich/schriftlich besser" - orally oder verbally more improved, bzw. in written more improvedLast post 11 Mar 08, 01:34
Wenn jetzt zum Beispiel im Schulzeugnis unter Kommentar steht "mündlich besser"(als die schr…2 Replies
gut-wrenching - herzzerrreißendLast post 11 Sep 14, 17:16
siehe Leo: http://dict.leo.org/ende/index_de.html#/search=herzzerrrei%C3%9Fend&searchLoc=0&r5 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
improved yieldLast post 03 Feb 05, 09:59
Reduced labor costs and improved yield höherer Gewinn?2 Replies
50% improvedLast post 28 Sep 07, 14:13
50% improved strength in the lower extremities Nur aus Interesse: Ist die korrekte Schreibw…4 Replies
improved grasslandLast post 11 Jul 08, 14:14
improved agricultural grasslands cover 30% of the land surface of mainland UK geht es um In…2 Replies
improved legibilityLast post 25 Aug 09, 20:07
This new streamlined design offers improved legibility, simplified ornamentation, updated pr…1 Replies
Besser formulierenLast post 05 Apr 09, 21:44
Ich hoffe, dass Sie mit unserem Drucker vollends zufrieden sind. Können wir sonst noch etwas…2 Replies
besser DenglischLast post 26 Jul 06, 17:25
Das Online-Formular wird heruntergeladen. (oder: "online-Formular"?) Das Formular wird "onli…5 Replies
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