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to hold sth.

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etw. enthalten

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enthalten
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hold-file - WiedervorlageLast post 27 Oct 10, 22:47
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=en&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&2 Replies
to abstain - sich etwas enthaltenLast post 20 Feb 14, 19:05
Die dt. Seite lautet: sich (Akk.) etwas (Dat.) enthalten. Soweit ich es überblicke, geht nur…8 Replies
hold information about sth. - Information über etw. enthaltenLast post 22 Jan 14, 22:37
Access to systems that hold information about the software is limited only to the members of…3 Replies
to loose one's hold - fahren lassen Last post 19 Oct 03, 09:39
the other one to lose hold of sth is fine -- just delete this entry6 Replies
terminal holdLast post 23 Aug 11, 09:17
Judy's plans to rescue Vicky from her own fate were put on terminal hold Source: quot1 Replies
hold or keep ?Last post 01 Oct 11, 19:50
How is it correct? to be held in prison without trial or to be kept in prison without t5 Replies
to hold swayLast post 24 Jul 14, 13:49
They hold sway over the country. vs. They hold sway in the country. Sind beide Sätze gramma…8 Replies
Hold your noiseLast post 13 Jun 10, 11:08
When checking for the request http://dict.leo.org/forum/viewGeneraldiscussion.php?idThread=9…4 Replies
to hold - hebenLast post 08 May 13, 16:31
"sie fängt jetzt auch an "heb' mal!" zu sagen, und sie meint damit "halt' das mal!" und nich…27 Replies
verwahren - holdLast post 12 Jul 13, 09:58
Das Seil lässt sich auf die Winde aufspulen und ist somit sicher verwahrt. -> The cable can …1 Replies
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