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to fill sth. in

 

Definition (British English)

fill, in
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

fill, in
Merriam Webster

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fill, in
Merriam Webster

Etymology

fill, in
Online Etymology Dictionary
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etw. eintragen

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eintragen
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eintragen inLast post 17 Feb 10, 12:15
...in einen oder in einem Kalendar eintragen? Auch: ...in einen/einem Hauptbuch eintragen?…3 Replies
eintragen - austragen???Last post 05 Oct 06, 11:55
Ich (dt. Muttersprachlerin) knirsche jedes Mal erneut mit den Zähnen, wenn jemand zu mir sag…4 Replies
fill in or fill outLast post 21 Sep 07, 23:10
Dear Mr. Bla, here is a form we would like you to fill out. Dear Mr. Bla, here is a form we…4 Replies
fill - SchussfadenLast post 28 Aug 13, 12:50
Laut englischem Wikipedia-Eintrag für "weft": "In weaving the weft (sometimes woof) is the t…2 Replies
fill a glass?Last post 27 Oct 09, 11:41
How do you say "fill a glass (with water) from the water cooler"?3 Replies
fill the geapLast post 06 Nov 09, 17:30
The next two numbers ... in which period the car was registered. Which is the best word to …8 Replies
"I fill good"Last post 12 Jun 08, 13:54
Originell oder einfach nur blöd? Es ist der Werbespruch eines Geschäfts zur Auffüllung von T…4 Replies
land fill - MülldeponieLast post 11 Aug 05, 05:05
Kartenmaterial Gleiche Bedeutung wie landfill, nur halt getrennt geschrieben. Kommt jedoch …0 Replies
fill in - vertretenLast post 14 Dec 09, 18:57
http://m-w.com/dictionary/fill%20in Main Entry: fill in ... intransitive verb : to fill a va…3 Replies
to fill out a form - Formular ausfüllenLast post 28 Feb 07, 17:55
Duch die Diskission [a href="http://dict.leo.org/forum/viewWrongentry.php?idThread=252725&id…0 Replies
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