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to spend

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spend
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zubringen

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zubringen
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to spend - spendenLast post 15 Sep 08, 14:30
spend • verb (past and past part. spent) 1 pay out (money) in buying or hiring goods or ser9 Replies
spendLast post 09 Feb 10, 15:17
Is it correct to say: I was spending my time in the museum while my friends were staying in …9 Replies
spend onLast post 12 Dec 11, 19:28
I want to spend this lesson talking about immigration in the US. I want to spend this lesson…6 Replies
spend als Subst.Last post 10 Nov 11, 12:08
Gibt man spend in LEO ein, findet man praktisch nur Treffer für das Verb "to spend". Bei uns2 Replies
to spend onLast post 06 Aug 20, 14:25
Ich habe eine Mail von einem lieben Freund aus England (native speaker, lebt im Südosten, ge…2 Replies
Ausgabe - spendLast post 04 Mar 10, 14:53
Soweit ich weiß gibt es spend nicht als Substantiv (zumindest nicht in meinem Wörterbüchern)…5 Replies
spend on sth/spend for someone (präposition problem)Last post 25 Dec 07, 01:29
I know that you usually say: to spend money on sth.. on clothes or whatever. But what do you…9 Replies
spendLast post 18 Nov 08, 01:08
Es geht um verbesserte Geschäfte für Einzelhändler usw. dank einer bestimmten Software: x…3 Replies
spendLast post 28 Jan 15, 16:13
Care spend 'cut by fifth in decade' Spending on care for people aged 65 and over has fallen…2 Replies
verbraten/ausgeben ....... - spendLast post 06 Feb 13, 13:35
Hallo T., ich verstehe: Wir können unser 2013-Budget irgendwo in der Sonne verbraten/ausg…3 Replies
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