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exactly, exact
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Definition (American English)

exactly, exact
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exactly, exact
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exactly, exact
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ganz recht



ganz, recht

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exact oder exactly?Last post 08 Nov 05, 14:36
If I were in a similar situation I would do the exact same things at first. oder lautet der …10 Replies
exact oder exactlyLast post 19 Feb 09, 16:23
Every day I do the exact same things. ODER Every day I do exactly the same things oder geht …3 Replies
exactly {adj} - genauLast post 13 Dec 13, 12:54
exactly adj. --\tgenau (...) exact adj.\t -- genau Replies
They work more efficiently and more exactly ODER more exact?Last post 07 May 18, 10:01
Der ganze Satz heißt:Like machines, algorithms in software work more efficiently and exactly…43 Replies
ensemble - ganzLast post 23 Jul 09, 09:35
Ist das wirklich korrekt so? Kanns fast nicht glauben…2 Replies
required right - erworbenes RechtLast post 03 Dec 04, 12:41
Ich habe diese Uebersetzung nur beim Rumklicken auf LEO gefunden. Ich denke, es sollte viel…2 Replies
rightmost - ganz rechtsLast post 02 Jan 05, 10:03
Our english teacher (comes from New York) didn't understand the word "rightmost" and said th…18 Replies
What exactly is a 'den'?Last post 24 Oct 10, 20:51
Dear Americans, I've just finished an American crime story and now I'm wondering, not for th…4 Replies
exactly study commentLast post 03 Aug 10, 16:07
Thank you very much about your information and discribtion and exactly study comment by you.…11 Replies
ganz ganzLast post 24 Oct 05, 21:17
Ich habe zwei Jahre in Norwegen gelebt und nun zurückgekehrt finde ich vieles ganz ganz ande…1 Replies

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