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to make firm


Definition (British English)

make, firm
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

make, firm
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make, firm
Merriam Webster


make, firm
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open firm - mit festem KursLast post 17 Dec 08, 16:39
LEO: to open steady\t --- \tmit festem Kurs eröffnen\t open firm\t --- \tmit festem Kurs\t2 Replies
"firm" altbacken?Last post 03 Jun 08, 21:33
Aktuell habe ich eine Diskussion darüber, ob man das Wort "firm" für Unternehmen/Unternehmun…3 Replies
company / firmLast post 16 Sep 05, 10:08
Do native speakers of English see any difference between the expressions "firm" and "company"?4 Replies
befestigenLast post 23 Jun 08, 09:26
Hallo, ich suche die Übersetzunge für befestigen im Sinne von: Der Sohle oder die Böschung…3 Replies
befestigenLast post 01 Jul 12, 18:28
Befestigen Sie die Schraube! Hat jemand einen guten Vorschlag?1 Replies
early make contakt - FrühschließerLast post 20 Oct 10, 14:06
7 hits for "early make contakt", all word lists (from which this error was probably imported…0 Replies
to make out - knutschenLast post 20 Jan 10, 10:54
I can't tell you how humorous this word sounds to me as a British person. It is a well know…3 Replies
direktes Befestigen - Thema GeothermieLast post 27 Aug 08, 16:55
Durch das direkte Befestigen der Maschine am Bohrloch und der kontrollierten Führung wird da…1 Replies
closure of a firm - Stilllegung einer FirmaLast post 07 Jun 19, 17:59 Replies
to make a firm soft/ toughLast post 07 Jan 08, 21:05
There is an overinvestmentif we have strategic substitutes an A makes a firm tough. There is…0 Replies

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