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To err is human.


Definition (British English)

err, be, human
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

err, be, human
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

err, be, human
Merriam Webster


err, be, human
Online Etymology Dictionary

Irren ist menschlich.



irren, sein, menschlich

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To err is human, to forgive, divine. - Irren ist menschlich, vergeben göttlich.Last post 27 Aug 08, 21:41
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irren / sich irrenLast post 11 Jul 17, 21:46
What's the difference between irren and sich irren?Both LEO and seem to suggest that…5 Replies
I consider nothing that is human. - Ich halte nichts für menschlich.Last post 06 May 08, 16:29
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to be bugged - angezapft seinLast post 28 May 13, 09:34
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to be off - gehenLast post 27 Nov 18, 15:21
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She is very restful to be with. - Es ist sehr gemütlich, mit ihr zusammen zu sein.Last post 12 Nov 18, 21:05
Possibly not wrong as such, but definitely weird. Are people restful to be with? I guess I …7 Replies
to be demotivated - demotiviert seinLast post 08 Nov 07, 13:55
Die Rechtschreibprüfung von Microsoft Word unterringelt "demotivated", egal, ob man als Spra…6 Replies

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