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to organise one's time


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Definition (American English)

organise, one's, time
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organise, one's, time
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seine Zeit einteilen



sein, Zeit, einteilen

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to get one's watch ahead - seine Uhr vorstellen Last post 11 Apr 07, 16:37
Ich vermute, dass es schlicht und einfach ein Vertippsler ist und heißen sollte: to set on…5 Replies
yield one's time Last post 25 Feb 09, 10:50
At the bailout hearings: "Mr. Dogbert, did you fly here in a corporate jet?" -"Yes, the same…1 Replies
one-time - --Last post 29 Nov 11, 21:01 one-time(one-time) (also onetime1 Replies
on one's kneen - kniendLast post 20 Aug 15, 17:29's+knees on one's / its knees, a. in a suppli…10 Replies
to feed one's eyes on - seine Augen weiden anLast post 18 Oct 07, 10:28 —Idiom8. feast one's eyes, to gaze with great jo4 Replies
to divide one's timeLast post 11 Feb 07, 16:33
he divides his time between London and Los Angeles Is there a particular phrase/idiom, or s…1 Replies
Sich seine Zeit vorausschauend einteilenLast post 03 Mar 13, 23:52
I use to manage my time foresightedly. Ist das korrekt? Klingt das auch für einen native Sp…1 Replies
to be time - an der Zeit seinLast post 26 Jul 05, 13:57
To be time has a totally different meaning than to be on time. Ich bin die Zeit would sound…4 Replies
keep one's powder dry - auf der Hut seinLast post 05 Dec 08, 16:12
These two phrases simply do not mean the same thing, and listing them as such is misleading.…12 Replies
enlist one's time ???Last post 30 Apr 12, 18:05
etwas nimmt jemandes Zeit in Anspruch Ist es möglich "enlist" in diesem Zusammenhang zu ver17 Replies

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