Advertising

Support LEO:

LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to suspend - aufschlämmen

o

to suspend

Definition (British English)

suspend
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

suspend
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

suspend
Merriam Webster

Etymology

suspend
Online Etymology Dictionary
o

aufschlämmen

Definition:

aufschlämmen
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

to suspend - zeitweilig aufhebenLast post 20 Jul 07, 23:08
zeitweilig /Adj./ […] zeitweise /Adv./ eine Zeitlang: infolge des Unwetters waren die 6 Replies
ruhen - to suspendLast post 28 Feb 08, 21:06
Trifft eine Rente nach Nr. 1 mit einer Rente aus der deutschen gesetzlichen Rentenversicheru…0 Replies
Suspend disbeliefLast post 19 Mar 09, 18:57
To suspend disbelief Suspension of disbelief2 Replies
suspend receiptLast post 08 Mar 11, 11:15
Hallo zusammen, für den Finanzbereich suche ich eine Übersetzung für "suspend receipt". Di…1 Replies
im Wasser schweben - suspendLast post 20 May 09, 01:07
Ich würde gerne wissen, wie man auf Englisch die drei Verhaltensweisen nennt, die ein Gegens…19 Replies
to part-suspend - teilweise aussetzenLast post 03 Jun 09, 10:19
Amnesty International was therefore highly concerned that no specific reference to this inve…1 Replies
to suspend beliefLast post 15 Oct 08, 08:49
In this next section of the interview, you will be asked to re-evaluate your prescribing hab…2 Replies
Suspend one's disbelief?Last post 05 Mar 09, 11:09
zB: The film was amusing, but I was unable to suspend my disbelief and enjoy the plot.25 Replies
to suspend from schoolLast post 11 Dec 09, 15:03
Four pupils have been suspended from school after pretending they had been robbed so they co…5 Replies
suspend the period of paymentLast post 12 Dec 10, 16:32
ABC may suspend the period for payment laid down in Article... at any time for the purposes …1 Replies
Advertising

Support LEO:

 
 
  • Pinyin
     
  • Keyboard
     
  • Special characters
     
LEO: Additional information
 
LEO: Conjugation/declension table

You need to be logged in to start a new thread. Registration and participation are free!

You can search the forum without needing to register. 

You need to be logged in to use the vocabulary trainer. Registration and use of the trainer are free of charge

 
Recent lookups (click on a word to display the dictionary results again):
#Search term(s)