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to commit sth.

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etw. verüben

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to commit - ausschöpfenLast post 14 Oct 05, 10:17
Ich kann da keinen Zusammenhang erkennen. Main Entry: com·mit Pronunciation: k&-'mit Functio0 Replies
credibly commitLast post 12 Apr 14, 09:55
It should have become clear that politicians did not voluntarily contribute to public goods …15 Replies
festlegen - commit Last post 28 Jan 10, 16:10
Kaiser Wilhelm II. versäumt es, an jenem Krisentag die Tätigkeiten von Kabinett und Militär …1 Replies
to plot - einen Anschlag verübenLast post 29 Apr 13, 18:26
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/plot#Verb Verb plot 1. (transitive) To conceive (a crime, et…15 Replies
commitLast post 12 Jul 11, 21:07
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK5kcYzBsn4 bei 1:46 sagt er eben : " and i commit " und da w…1 Replies
to suicide - sich umbringenLast post 23 Oct 07, 15:31
He committed suicide by jumping off a bridge. "Suicide" is a noun which refers to an act; so…48 Replies
commit + Inf. oder Ger.?Last post 08 Mar 15, 23:24
Could the people credibly commit themselves to comply(ing) with the contract? 16 Replies
conspiracy to commit public nuisanceLast post 24 Apr 19, 12:58
"Verschwörung zur Erregung öffentlichen Ärgernisses" - hört sich das auf Englisch genauso al…3 Replies
Anschläge verübenLast post 28 Mar 05, 13:43
Die extremisten haben viele Menschen umbgebracht, indem sie Anschläge verübten. ... ich weiß…2 Replies
Anschlag verübenLast post 29 Nov 09, 16:02
Die Taliban haben Anschläge verübt2 Replies

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