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English-German translation for: E course
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Internet market. E-courseE-Kurs {m}
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A 2024-01-22: in relation to travelling ahead along the course of the road as well as in...
A 2020-01-06: it predetermines / sets the framework / the agenda for the course of talks
Q 2018-02-20: the course (sequence) of events / #887354 Ist aber die Differenz zwisc...
A 2016-10-06: The pumps usually take the water from the bottom of the course back to the top.
A 2015-04-12: Although the protagonists in the course of the disease stray more and more...
A 2015-04-09: already ... in the course of
A 2015-02-02: ... and in due course introducing a sequence of manufacturing stages
A 2014-09-02: Stay the course
A 2014-05-05: In the UK, only the exams at the end of the whole degree course are called...
A 2014-04-07: Can +Promotion+ be used in German to mean the first group of people doing ...
A 2014-03-05: +large course+ makes me think of golf links
A 2014-03-05: Mein Vorschlag: Award for the Best Large Course (winter term 2012/2013)
A 2013-12-02: the course of the battle?
A 2013-10-24: down (preposition) moving or at a point further along the course of (some...
A 2013-10-03: Good to see how the course capitalizes on those sharks.
A 2013-05-23: a blip in the course of history
Q 2013-04-15: a separate requirement from the course “Conflicts of Interest: Putting Com...
A 2013-03-18: extra-curricular language course / training
A 2012-12-21: Now FATE is taking its ineluctable course
Q 2012-11-08: directed the course

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