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to bring sth. in


Definition (British English)

bring, in
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

bring, in
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

bring, in
Merriam Webster


bring, in
Online Etymology Dictionary

etw. abwerfen



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bring in / bring toLast post 23 Jul 11, 17:15
In early 2009 the breakdown of the marriage began "a race to divorce", with Mr Golubovich se…8 Replies
bring about - *Last post 18 Mar 04, 12:13
braucht LEO 20 (!!) Einträge zu bring about?? M. E. sind viele der Einträge doppelt...8 Replies
Verben, die ihre Vorsilben NICHT abwerfen (und solche, die sie abwerfen)Last post 23 Apr 08, 11:34
Vor allem die Vorsilbe "um-" ist interessant: Umkreisen - er umkreiste, die Vorsilbe bleibt…5 Replies
abwerfenLast post 31 Oct 10, 21:24
Im 3. Reich wurden Flugblätter von Flugzeugen abgeworfen.2 Replies
abwerfenLast post 14 Nov 10, 14:28
Er zog an der falschen Leine und warf ausversehen seinen Fallschirm ab. buck off? discard? …1 Replies
to bring so. to their knees - jmdm. in die Knie zwingenLast post 19 Jul 10, 17:34
"to destroy or defeat someone or something Sanctions were imposed in an attempt to bring the…11 Replies
Bring inLast post 03 Sep 07, 11:49
"Bring backrest in further horizontally through an in-and-out adjustment or by tilting forwa…6 Replies
bring upLast post 17 May 09, 19:04
Sagt man "I want to bring sth up" oder "I want to bring up sth", also im Sinne von "Ich will…3 Replies
bring home *Last post 03 Oct 08, 22:10
In einer sex and the City - Folge bin ich auf folgendes Wortspiel gestoßen: (Zum Kontext: …2 Replies
to bring so. to his knees - jmdn. in die Knie zwingenLast post 22 Sep 08, 15:23
bring somebody/something to their knees to destroy or defeat someone or something Sanctions…2 Replies

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