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fine

 

Definition (British English)

fine, F
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Definition (American English)

fine, F
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fine, F
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fine
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fast wie neu

 

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fast, wie, neu
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NR MINT condition - fast wie neuLast post 13 Mar 08, 22:56
http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=%22NR+MINT%22 Presumably the acronym NR means "NeaR(ly) min…2 Replies
fine - der FeinstoffLast post 28 May 11, 22:25
Mormons say Spirit is just fine matter. -6 Replies
fine - BußgeldbescheidLast post 21 Nov 07, 16:18
Dietl/Lorenz, Dictionary of Legal, Commercial and Political Terms "fine" heißt für sich geno…1 Replies
fine adjustment mechanism - die FeineinstellungLast post 08 Jan 08, 12:26
On a 6-screw system such as the one shown here, do the fine adjustment with just one set of …0 Replies
fast food - FertiggerichtLast post 09 Apr 15, 11:57
He lives mainly on fast food. \tEr ernährt sich hauptsächlich von Fertiggerichten. http://di…9 Replies
"fine"Last post 10 Jan 09, 14:57
Ich habe mal gelernt, dass fine nur dann als gut oder prima übersetzt wird, wenn es als Antw…8 Replies
fast as can - schnellstmöglichLast post 10 Jul 05, 14:00
Perhaps "as fast as can be" is what's meant here?? Or is there some slang use of "fast as ca…15 Replies
Fast Last post 23 Jun 10, 08:37
Hello (again), can anyone help me with this one, please? I know that "fast" is an adverb. …8 Replies
Sprachen lernen neu :-)Last post 04 Mar 09, 12:39
Auf orf.at (http://orf.at/090303-35712/index.html) steht in Bericht über den Ausnahmekönner …2 Replies
wie neuLast post 14 Jul 04, 10:58
In einem Verkaufsangebot: Das Buch ist wie neu und ungelesen. (Ich schwanke zwischen "like n…2 Replies
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