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to continue to work


Definition (British English)

continue, work
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

continue, work
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

continue, work
Merriam Webster


continue, work
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continue to vs. continue + ingLast post 01 Feb 08, 05:30
Ich habe mal gelernt, dass continue doing sth. bedeutet 'fortfahren etwas zu tun' während co…5 Replies
continue / continuesLast post 15 Aug 07, 04:21
How is the following sentence correct? Ii would say: "Fred was determined that the party CO…3 Replies
work specimen - ArbeitsprobeLast post 30 Mar 09, 10:10
Ich finde im Internet keine Beispiele von Native Speakers, in denen eine Arbeitsprobe (im Si…5 Replies
continue - fortlaufenLast post 03 May 13, 07:20 "sich laufend, schnell von einem Ort entferne…3 Replies
work function - AustrittsarbeitLast post 08 Jun 06, 11:37
e.g.: Changes in the W work function due to adsorption of Cs atoms are studied. transl.: Än…1 Replies
work-in process - der Arbeitsvorrat Last post 10 May 11, 17:26
work in process - Bestand in Arbeit work in process [tech.] - die Halbfabrikate …4 Replies
Economists continue sayLast post 03 Mar 08, 10:02
Aus einem MarketWatch-Artikel: In the long run, the economists continue say the biggest ch…1 Replies
carry on/continueLast post 04 May 11, 12:33
What is the difference between both words? In which cases do I use both words? Thanks for h…2 Replies
team workLast post 19 Jun 09, 14:21
Hi an alle, ich schreibe gerade an einer englischen Arbeit über teams und wie sie sich bei …1 Replies
Charity workLast post 14 Sep 15, 07:44
I've recently sold my business and find myself with time on my hands. For a change, I'd like…51 Replies

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