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to be relegated


Definition (British English)

be, relegate
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

be, relegate
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

be, relegate
Merriam Webster


be, relegate
Online Etymology Dictionary




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visit at a hotel - in einem Hotel absteigenLast post 21 Mar 09, 18:00
put up at a hotel Chiefly at Lennons Hotel in Brisbane, Australia. "To get a feel of the pl…8 Replies
absteigenLast post 15 Feb 04, 15:20
was heißt den absteigen aus einer liga. bspl.:Der 1.FC Köln ist aus der Bundesliga abgestiegen.3 Replies
relegate angels to hymsLast post 22 Sep 14, 17:22
Many people relegate angels to hyms and the Christmas story, and have not spent much time co…4 Replies
relegate to the doghouseLast post 30 Sep 13, 12:45
Another concern is that smokers who might have quit their expensive and inconvenient habit w…8 Replies
aufsteigen/absteigenLast post 12 Aug 05, 18:52
Unser Ziel ist es, in den nächsten Jahren aufzusteigen. Oder: Letztes Jahr sind wir leider …2 Replies
glamourous [BE] - - Last post 12 Dec 07, 19:46
I know we spell 'glamour' with a u, but isn't the correct BE spelling of the adjective 'glam…2 Replies
Das AbsteigenLast post 26 Jul 13, 19:55
Das Aufsteigen kann ja mit "ascension" übersetzt werden. Jetzt suche ich aber das entspreche…9 Replies
generalisation (BE), generalization (AE), generalization (auch BE) - VerallgemeinerungLast post 05 May 15, 02:04
Dieses „auch BE“ ist irreführend, möglicherweise gewollt so. Es gibt überall Leute, die den1 Replies
verbiage - Blabla etc.Last post 23 Feb 16, 00:09
“Verbiage” needs to be tagged “BE”. verbiage See definition in Oxford Advanced Learner's 17 Replies
coach - (various AE / BE)Last post 14 Apr 17, 22:27
1) der Trainer i.S.v. Fußball -- BE here is apparently 'manager,' all other entries should b…8 Replies

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