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der Halt



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Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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halt - der HaltLast post 08 May 12, 10:49
halt1 n 1. an interruption or end to activity, movement, or progress 2. (Transport / Railway…5 Replies
Pipe down - Halt's MaulLast post 31 Dec 05, 23:06
"Pipe down" is an incisive injunction against loud talking or yelling; but some speakers ext…7 Replies
haltLast post 15 Feb 09, 18:44
woher rührt das "halt"? Ich wollte das halt wissen!5 Replies
hold-file - WiedervorlageLast post 27 Oct 10, 22:47 Replies
check - der AufenthaltLast post 19 Jan 14, 10:22
check (chk) n. 1. An action or influence that stops motion or expression; a restraint: Heavy…0 Replies
Sicherheit im Haus(-halt)Last post 13 May 18, 10:26 Replies
Keep your peckers up - Halt die Ohren steifLast post 21 Aug 06, 23:30
Please take out the english translation for german "Halt die Ohren steif". The meaning of th…7 Replies
Hold sign or Halt Sign??Last post 12 Jul 10, 19:50
Hold sign or Halt Sign?? What is right in America?? Hi Hold sign or Halt Sign?? Lots of …11 Replies
Calling at (train, bus) - mit Halt inLast post 15 May 12, 18:13
This should be marked as BE. In AE, you can only use "calling at" for a ship. In AE, we …2 Replies
stop at tooth space - Halt bei ZahnlückeLast post 02 Aug 19, 23:24
The only Google hits for both sides are LEO. This appears to be a complete nonsense entry.12 Replies

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