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to object to sth.


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etwas an etw. auszusetzen haben



etwas, an, haben

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an etwas Schuld habenLast post 08 May 17, 21:33
Is this phrase acceptable without the "die" before Schuld? lists either "an etwas s…3 Replies
do you object to my smoking? - haben Sie etwas dagegen, wenn ich rauche?Last post 30 Sep 09, 09:44 Replies
"I" as an objectLast post 24 Jun 10, 11:09
Hallo, beim Lesen von Texten englischer Muttersprachlern in einem Internetforum ist mir ein…14 Replies
Interesse an etwas haben - Grammatik!Last post 28 Mar 11, 09:26
Hallo Leute, welche dieser Sätze ist grammatisch richtig? Sie haben Interesse an einer sel3 Replies
to object - vorhaltenLast post 01 Nov 05, 21:14
Mir ist kein Kontext bekannt, in dem diese Übersetzung sachlich richtig wäre. MW: 1 : to opp…11 Replies
wont - gewohntLast post 03 Dec 07, 16:22 Noun * S: (n) habit, wont (an established custom) "it …11 Replies
etwas an haben = have something on ? (clothing)Last post 02 Dec 12, 22:25
Are these translation correct? I have something on (clothing) = Ich habe etwas an I hve no…3 Replies
indirect object without direct objectLast post 19 Jan 16, 06:37
I recently read something pointing out that write can be used with an indirect object but no…10 Replies
We take time. (without an object!)Last post 07 Aug 07, 19:36
The source is a marketing/image brochure, this section specifically on how we listen to our …5 Replies
Using "to spill" without an object?Last post 07 Feb 11, 16:00
"He slammed his fist down on the table. The mug in front of him jumped, spilling." Does th…3 Replies

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