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to round sth. off | to round sth. off with sth.


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round, off, with
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Definition (American English)

round, off, with
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round, off, with
Merriam Webster


round, off, with
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etw. abschließen | etw. mit etw. abschließen


abschließen, mit

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cap off - abschließenLast post 11 Jan 09, 20:13
"...caps off disappointing season" - Quelle:…0 Replies
rounding off - aufrundendLast post 16 Apr 05, 21:05
First of all, I don't see why this entry is in the participle form rather than in the inifin…3 Replies
to round off - aufrundenLast post 10 Jan 06, 16:18 Tipping: It is customary in Germany to gi…3 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
contrasted with - abgestochen???Last post 03 Dec 05, 23:22
I've never heard of 'abgestochen', I cannot make head or tail of it. Does anybody else know …1 Replies
to fob so. off with sth.\t - jmdn. mit etw. prellenLast post 10 Aug 07, 18:53
DWDS prellen: 2. umg. jmdn. (um etw.) betrügen (hat): jmdn. um Geld, seinen Lohn, das gan…2 Replies
armed with (mil.) - ausgestattet mitLast post 16 Dec 13, 11:15 1. To equip with weapons: armed themselves with loaded pistols; arm a missile with a w…0 Replies
to cop off (with so.) - (mit jmdm.) rummachenLast post 25 Jun 19, 03:01
Definitionen von cop offCop off with (v.): to pair up; seduce. 'He was tryin' t' cop off wit…6 Replies
to get off with s.o. - jemanden anmachenLast post 29 Mar 05, 12:23
Source: the current "jemanden abschleppen" thread.9 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

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