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to round sth. up

 

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round, up
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round, up
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round, up
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Etymology

round, up
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etw. zusammentreiben

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zusammentreiben
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aufrunden -- round (up?) toLast post 14 Sep 11, 17:14
"The numerical values have been rounded (up?) to the second decimal place." Muss "up" zwing…3 Replies
round upLast post 13 Jul 06, 00:14
never round up your prey long before you kill. Their brain will release chemicals that are t…1 Replies
round-upLast post 21 Feb 10, 16:23
Here's a round-up of the weekend's sporting events... On a news programme.2 Replies
round bastion - RundturmLast post 02 Jan 12, 20:48
Ursprünglich im Jahr 1543 als Rundbastei mit Turm errichtet, wurde die Anlage 1625 von Elias…1 Replies
merry go round - ReitplatzLast post 26 Nov 07, 20:12
Wenn ich merry-go-round höre, habe ich Jahrmarktmusik im Ohr und sehe ein Karussell vor mir.…8 Replies
rounding-up/to round upLast post 13 Oct 15, 23:16
Wikipedia definiert diesen Vorgang wie folgt: "Rounding-up is a phenomenon that occurs in sa…1 Replies
round up a secondLast post 20 Jan 09, 19:09
How much floor space is there? I have an air matress and may be able to round up a second. …2 Replies
round up the billLast post 08 Apr 13, 21:11
Talking about a Trinkgeld-Knigge for Germany. Don't leave the tip on the table. Round up th…7 Replies
round table - RundtischLast post 10 Sep 05, 15:03
"Rundtisch (Maschinenbau)" sollte auf Englisch "rotary table" heißen. "rotary axis" sind im…1 Replies
round boxes?Last post 17 Jan 06, 12:32
on a form, if the shapes to be ticked are round, not square, could you still call them boxes…10 Replies
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