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to conclude sth.

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etw. abschließen

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abschließen
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conclude insurance idiomatic?Last post 08 Jul 10, 17:10
Ich wollte mich hier vergewissern, dass es in Ordnung geht, wenn ich bei meinen Schülern das…3 Replies
Formulierung "conclude to" zulässig?Last post 07 Dec 07, 18:57
“The Court concluded to a violation of Article 8 ECHR.” (im Sinne von: Das Gericht schlo3 Replies
conclude - erschließenLast post 05 Jul 15, 23:05
"Alles Außenweltliche ist erschlossen." (Husserl, E. "Die Krisis der europäischen Wissenscha…5 Replies
cap off - abschließenLast post 11 Jan 09, 20:13
"...caps off disappointing season" - Quelle: http://www.nascar.com/2008/news/opinion/12/01/o…0 Replies
abschließen - form the endLast post 10 Aug 09, 17:32
Die äußeren Platten schließen den Plattenstapel ab. -> The outermost plates form the ends of…0 Replies
abschließen - to be completedLast post 05 May 07, 18:11
..., wie viele Programme mit einem Bachelor of Science abschließen. how many programs are c…1 Replies
Are we to conclude...Last post 21 Apr 07, 15:00
Bitte ganzen Satz betrachten... Are we to conclude from tis that th Central Bank should als…3 Replies
to conclude on sthLast post 27 May 11, 11:23
Following a recent board of directors meeting, Company management concluded on the following…1 Replies
to conclude an addendumLast post 07 Feb 12, 17:20
Ein russischer Wirtschaftsprüfer schreibt in Englisch: The company entered into an agreemen…1 Replies
abschließenLast post 30 Mar 09, 18:11
Das Grundstudium habe ich bereits erfolgreich abgeschlossen... I have already completed suc…5 Replies

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