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to belay [sport.] | belaid, belaid | - sichern u.a.Last post 08 Jul 11, 21:56…1 Replies
to belay - beendenLast post 29 Nov 05, 18:34
Main Entry: 1be·lay Pronunciation: bi-'lA Function: verb Inflected Form(s): be·layed; be·…4 Replies
belay device - SicherungsgerätLast post 28 Nov 14, 16:36
Englisch: A belay device is a mechanical piece of climbing equipment used to control a rope…0 Replies
Belay/Mountain Top - FelskopfLast post 17 Feb 10, 17:30
Maybe it once was Belay but that is an outdated term now. I think chickenhead, boss, horn, …1 Replies
attach - festmachenLast post 10 Jan 11, 22:08
Man kann versuchen, das Jahr 2010 an Namen festzumachen. bräuchte Übersetzung, hab keine Alt…2 Replies
Belay that order!Last post 14 Nov 11, 21:23
Hallo zusammen, eine Truppe Krieger bekommt einen Notruf, um ihrem Kommandant zu helfen, de…10 Replies
Belay that order ! - Befehl aufgehoben !Last post 05 Aug 10, 19:03
The Lt. hands Commander Lang his ax: "Belay that order Commander, stay here with Dawson and …3 Replies
Schuldige festmachenLast post 27 Aug 07, 16:42
Gibt es da was schoeneres als 'find/trace the guilty'? DAAANKE3 Replies
Einen Termin festmachen - fix an appointmentLast post 14 Jul 08, 14:31
Wir können den Termin festmachen. Überzetzung korrekt?1 Replies
an Kriterien festmachenLast post 23 Jul 10, 10:36
Ob ein Projekt floppt, kann an verschiedenen Kriterien festgemacht werden. Ich weiß, zum Th…2 Replies

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