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thick - mächtigLast post 31 May 17, 11:12
Böden mit mächtigen organischen Lagen(aus: World Reference Base for Soil Resources 2006, dt.…4 Replies
spiss - dichtLast post 27 Aug 15, 02:57
http://www.mydictionary.net/english/Spiss.html Spiss \tThick; crowded; compact; dense.1 Replies
thick - undeutlich (Stimme)Last post 27 Nov 10, 18:07
thick: (of the voice) unclear, eg because one has a cold, indistinct Source: Oxford Advanced…1 Replies
Some 100 m thickLast post 12 Oct 08, 00:13
Würde das ein Muttersprachler eher als about 100 m thick oder als several 100 m thick[/i5 Replies
thick-set - stämmigLast post 10 Nov 11, 19:43
Gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans have short, thick-set bodies, long arms and short legs.…1 Replies
meterdick - meter-thickLast post 11 Oct 08, 13:18
Die Burg hatte meterdicke Mauern. -6 Replies
to remain closed - dicht bleibenLast post 04 Feb 21, 14:20
https://dict.leo.org/englisch-deutsch/to%20remain%20closedto remain closed - geschlossen ble…3 Replies
DICHT erzählt (Lola rennt)Last post 09 Apr 09, 16:25
die geschichte hat eine "dichte" handlung, d.h. ziemlich temporeich/kompakt erzählt2 Replies
Seelenklempner, nicht ganz dicht.Last post 31 Aug 06, 17:29
I was trying to make a joke in German (not always a good idea)and, after my hunsband describ…20 Replies
dicht (beieinander) - thightLast post 14 Nov 05, 15:12
"Die getesteten Punkte müssen sehr dicht beieinander liegen" (die Punkte gehören zu einem Ob…4 Replies

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