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to have a lot to say


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have, say
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have, lot, say
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have, lot, say
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have, lot, say
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viel zu sagen haben



viel, zu, sagen, haben

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Wir haben viel gelernt. - We have learnt a lot.Last post 29 Jun 09, 08:56
Zeitform richtig?3 Replies
lot - ParzelleLast post 29 Aug 12, 22:15
Also the entry "Lot of land". This is marked as "Chiefly N. Amer." in the SOED (Shorter Oxfo…1 Replies
geradeheraus sagen - say straightforwardLast post 27 Mar 08, 12:02
Hello, I prefer to say things straightforward, I don´t like beating around the bush. Ist das 6 Replies
parking-lot - ParkplatzLast post 23 Sep 16, 11:33 Full Definition of parking lotan are…4 Replies
if you have nothing positive to say, don't say anything?Last post 14 Mar 07, 16:42
Hallo Ihr Lieben! Ich bin gerade dabei, einen internationalen Kongress zu organisieren und …20 Replies
nicht viel zu sagen habenLast post 03 Feb 06, 11:45
Im Asylverfahren haben die Bewerber nicht viel zu sagen. Nicht viel zu sagen haben im Sinne …2 Replies
regret - absagenLast post 21 Jan 10, 19:42
Langenscheidt, PONS regret = absagen steht zwar in einigen Wörterbüchern, aber in den gefund…3 Replies
"I have nothing to say . . .Last post 28 May 11, 01:10
. . . .and I'm saying it." --John Cage (Yes, it's a real quote)8 Replies
lot [KOMM.]\t - das Lot Pl.: die LotsLast post 18 Sep 19, 10:05…0 Replies
I would have had to say. - I hätte sagen müssen.Last post 14 Aug 07, 19:50
Hallo, könnt Ihr o.g. Übersetzung bestätigen? thank you Ferenc1 Replies

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