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to refer to sth. as sth.


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refer, as
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refer, as
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von etw. als etw. sprechen



von, als, sprechen

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sprechen über vs. sprechen vonLast post 20 Aug 16, 23:37
Which sentence of each of the following pairs seems better? (No further context. If both of …1 Replies
fluency - flüssiges sprechenLast post 28 Jun 12, 18:34
in the translation of "sprechen" in the "additional matches" section the translation of "flu…6 Replies
refer / transferLast post 08 Jan 05, 10:20
I'm confused as to the AE for these words. BE is referring, transferred etc. always with a d…2 Replies
refer - sich auf etw. beziehen u.a.Last post 11 Sep 07, 02:10
Es gibt viele Doppeleinträge, z.B. "refer to s.o./smth. = sich auf jmd./etw. beziehen" und a…1 Replies
Gebrauch von "as well as"Last post 16 Jan 08, 17:40
Teachers should be able to empathise with pupils when they have any problems and assist solv…9 Replies
as far as - bisLast post 12 Aug 09, 17:24
Der Verteiler ist dabei bis zu dem Sensor mit Produkt gefüllt. -> The distributor is thereby…3 Replies
to refer to so. - sich an jmdn. wenden Last post 01 Nov 10, 22:53
In the meaning "to consult", "refer to" goes with objects (to refer to sth.), not with peopl…15 Replies
kinderleicht - as easy as winkingLast post 18 May 05, 09:05
Den Ausdruck "as easy as winking" für "kinderleicht" habe ich noch nie gehört. Geläufiger e…5 Replies
sprechen von - allude toLast post 08 Oct 07, 07:08
Nachdem der Sicherheitsrat Beweise zusammengetragen hatte, die es erlaubten, die Situation i…2 Replies
as far as - bisLast post 13 Nov 13, 02:23
Der Eintrag ist völlig in Ordnung. Im Anschluss an die Qualität/Quantität-Diskussionen hier …7 Replies

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