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to detect sth.

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etw. herausfinden



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Neue Adresse herausfindenLast post 08 Dec 06, 11:11
Hallo! ich hoff mal, ich poste hier im richtigen Forum. Ich brauchte mal dringend eure Hilfe…32 Replies
to figure sth. out - etw. herausfindenLast post 14 Feb 12, 18:03
Es ist vielleicht etwas mutig, wenn ich einen die englische Sprache betreffenden Korrekturvo…3 Replies
Bedeutungsunterschied "discover" - "detect"Last post 20 Oct 08, 11:38
"Perhaps, after all, America never has been discovered. I myself would say that it had merel…9 Replies
... could help detect... or could help TO detect...Last post 14 Dec 11, 13:58
"Leakage quantification methods could help to detect, quantify and minimise" One of t1 Replies
to detect / to detectingLast post 13 May 19, 11:56
Immer wieder mal weist mich MS Word darauf hin, dass ich aus to + Infinitiv to + Infinitiv +…11 Replies
herausfindenLast post 01 May 08, 21:25
Durch den Roman finden wir die Name der Hauptfigur nicht heraus. ODER Durch den Roman find…1 Replies
detect/discoverLast post 16 Jun 08, 17:37
It would be wrong to say America was discovered, it was merely detected. Der obige Ausspruc…3 Replies
to get word - herausfindenLast post 28 Feb 12, 00:25
I got word that she has two grown-up children. (ugs.) mitbekommen, aufschnappen?1 Replies
herausfindenLast post 23 Oct 08, 20:58
Wissenschaftler fanden heraus, dass... wie kann ich dazu sagen?3 Replies
herausfindenLast post 16 Sep 10, 10:32
To find or to find out? Heißt es "A study found that ...." "A study found out that..." o…4 Replies

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