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ungefähr

 

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ungefähr
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fool around - blödelnLast post 03 Jan 06, 19:01
My American programmer colleague opposite to me said: "I was fooling around with Eclipse." W…0 Replies
circa, about - circa, ungefaehrLast post 06 May 10, 23:53
The event occurred ca. 1500BC The ball is approximately 2m in diameter. http://kristinhall.…8 Replies
Das würde ungefähr ... sein - That would be around ...Last post 17 May 10, 12:17
Was meinste dude ;)? Ist das richtig übersetzt?11 Replies
around-the-clock - vierundzwanzigstündigLast post 14 Apr 08, 19:19
Nicht ganz falsch, aber auch nicht ganz richtig. Wenn etwas z.B. rund um die Uhr geöffnet ha…12 Replies
around vs. at aroundLast post 16 Jan 09, 21:02
Ungefähr um halb zwölf (geschah dies und das) = around oder at around half past elev9 Replies
Any Paddies around? :)Last post 10 Jun 10, 10:49
I have an Irish student who told me about at concert with Gaelic music she went to and asked…9 Replies
to ask around - umhören | hörte um, umgehört |Last post 23 Sep 10, 08:33
Stammformen ggf.: | hörte sich um, sich umgehört | Aber bei "sich erinnern" stehen auch kei…4 Replies
circa vs ungefährLast post 22 Nov 11, 23:25
Hallo, ich möchte ein Diagam beschriben. Wäre es besser circa oder ungefähr zu benutzen und …3 Replies
Getting around in LondonLast post 01 Jul 17, 01:44
Hello dear Leonids!I would like to ask some of the well travelled Leonids and/or Leonids tha…25 Replies
Around it, ...Last post 07 Jun 07, 19:12
Ich wollte fragen, ob man "Around it, there are..." schreiben kann...Also kann man den Ort a…2 Replies
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