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to attain sth.

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etw. erreichen



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ein Niveau erreichen - attain a levelLast post 31 May 07, 22:38
Intercultural training activities might be selected and sequenced according to the level of …2 Replies
ein Anliegen erreichen - to attain a concernLast post 12 Mar 09, 17:12
Im Rahmen einer psychologischen Studie bitten wir die Teilnehmer ihr momentan wichtigstes zw…2 Replies
to crest - erreichenLast post 05 Sep 12, 12:40
crest v.intr. 2. To reach a crest: The swollen river crested at 9 p.m. The American Heritag…6 Replies
re-attain - wiedererlangenLast post 31 Dec 08, 13:09
"the state that one wishes to reattain..." im vielzitierten Werk des Columbia University Öko…0 Replies
to gain, obtain, achieve, acquire, attainLast post 18 Mar 10, 18:00
Meine Güte, die bedeuten ja alle dasselbe, wann ist welches angebracht?6 Replies
to attain provisionLast post 08 Aug 07, 12:54
"It shall be a fundamental responsibility of the State to attain, through planned economic g…3 Replies
erreichen - reachLast post 02 Jan 11, 19:30
Sie können mich unter dieser Adresse erreichen. You can reach me under this address. Ist da…1 Replies
telefonisch nicht zu erreichenLast post 04 Apr 10, 14:19
"Er ist telefonisch nicht zu erreichen." 1. Spricht man eigentlich so? Was bedeudet das ge…1 Replies
to attain an effect - einen Effekt erzielenLast post 18 Sep 06, 23:11
Informal language attains the effect of closeness.6 Replies
to attain balanced racial makeupLast post 12 Jun 09, 19:06
The Justices limited the ability of school districts to attain balanced racial makeup of the…1 Replies

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