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das Aussteifen

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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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bracing means - SpanneinrichtungLast post 19 Aug 13, 13:32 Replies
Versteifungselement - bracing elementLast post 01 Jul 14, 15:28
An der Rückseite der Schaltafel ist ein Versteifungselement befestigt. -> One bracing elemen…1 Replies
bracingly - bekräftigendLast post 13 May 09, 11:36
"Hermione looked nervous. 'It is safe, isn't it?' 'Course it is.' said Fred bracingly." Joan…1 Replies
bracing myselfLast post 12 Aug 13, 21:41
I sat down on my bed and I spent a few minutes bracing myself for what I had to do3 Replies
binding / strapping / bracingLast post 03 Apr 08, 15:43
Medical treatment for Sprains / Strains / Soft Tissue Injury: binding / strapping/ bracing (…0 Replies
a bracing thoughtLast post 19 Jun 16, 19:33
Sometimes, though, what we see or hear can have a more insidious effect, quietly worming its…7 Replies
scalloped bracing(s)Last post 31 Jan 13, 10:15
The guitar has scalloped bracing(s). Was bedeuted das im Zusammenhang mit einer Akustikgita…1 Replies
metal bracing cordsLast post 02 May 12, 13:14
Hallo Allerseits, ich kriege leider die deutsche Bedeutung der Wendung "metal bracing cords…3 Replies
blocking and bracing - Festsetzen und VerpallenLast post 05 Jun 14, 17:21
Shippers must understand the importance of proper blocking and bracing of all cargos. Many s…2 Replies
bracing for the spine ... Last post 03 Apr 09, 10:27
Muscle bracing for the spine Es beschreibt eine Rücken-Ortesis also eine Stützbandage ... …6 Replies

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