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English-German translation for: begin
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VERB  to begin | began/begoud [Scot.] | begun/began [Scot.] ... 
SYNO   Begin | Menachem Begin | to begin ... 
to begin
to begin
to begin
hunting to begin
aufgehen [Jagdzeit]
to begin
ansetzen [beginnen, etw. zu tun]
to begin
anheben [geh.] [beginnen]
to begin
einsetzen [anfangen]
Auftakt {m}
2 Words: Others
[we/they/you] would begin[wir/sie/Sie] begännen
[we/they/you] would begin[wir/sie/Sie] begönnen
Begin reading!Fangen Sie an zu lesen!
sb./sth. would beginjd./etw. begänne
sb./sth. would beginjd./etw. begönne
2 Words: Verbs
to begin (secretly)sich anspinnen
to begin actingmit der Schauspielerei anfangen
to begin afreshneu anfangen
to begin againneu anfangen
to begin anewneu anfangen
to begin anewneu beginnen
to begin anewvon Neuem beginnen [auch: von neuem beginnen]
to begin anewwieder von vorne anfangen
to begin bleedinganfangen zu bluten
to begin decreasinganfangen abzunehmen
to begin doing sth.mit etw.Dat. anfangen [anfangen, etw. zu tun]
to begin doing sth.sich daran machen, etw. zu tun
to begin lifeins Leben eintreten
to begin negotiationsVerhandlungen anfangen
to begin operationden Betrieb aufnehmen
to begin readingzu lesen anfangen
to begin workmit der Arbeit anfangen
to begin workinganfangen zu arbeiten
2 Words: Nouns
begin columnAnfangsspalte {f}
3 Words: Others
Begin with me.Fangen Sie mit mir an.
Children begin school.Kinder treten in die Schule ein.
To begin with, ...Erstens einmal ...
to begin with {adv}anfangs
to begin with {adv}zuerst
to begin with {adv}zunächst
to begin with {adv}erst mal [ugs.]
to begin with {adv}fürs Erste
to begin with {adv}vor allem
to begin with {adv}zu Anfang
to begin with {adv}zunächst einmal
to begin with {adv}zunächst mal [ugs.]
to begin with {adv}für den Anfang
to begin with {adv}gleich zu Anfang
3 Words: Verbs
to (begin to) crumblebrüchig werden
to (begin to) gleamaufglänzen [Strahlen reflektierend]
to (begin to) gleamaufglühen [Hass, Neid]
to (begin to) glowaufglühen
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A 2020-07-22: +expert opinion assignment+ also cannot begin to rival +Gutachtenauftrag+ ...
Q 2017-02-24: currently muted, for when the speeches begin
A 2017-02-07: Sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a punctuation mark.
A 2017-02-06: Sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a punctuation mark.
Q 2017-02-04: I begin to come to a point
A 2016-02-28: Inhaltlich: nach meinem Gefühl verlangt "Now I begin to see" nach einer Er...
A 2015-06-25: thus spake Schandor to Begin:
A 2014-02-22: Son, shall we begin? - Sohn, fangen wir an?
Q 2013-12-19: Can you begin sentence with "was"?
A 2013-09-15: Well, the English is confusing to begin with. No one jacks juice at all.
Q 2013-06-12: I hardly know where to begin ...
A 2012-12-16: As a European, and especially as a German, I cannot even begin to comprehe...
A 2012-11-27: to begin and follow up ....
A 2012-10-23: Vorschlag: We take you to where your adventures begin
A 2012-10-04: Erst am 28. Oktober wird umgestellt. http://www.kalender-365.eu/feiertage/...
A 2012-08-20: Let's Begin by GETTING RID of the current Forum format
A 2012-02-06: I'd like to begin my presentation by listing (some?) former print dailies ...
A 2011-02-03: Steigenberger is THE hotel in Frankfurt. Prices begin with big euro, risin...
A 2010-12-29: for the time being / to begin with
Q 2010-11-26: to begin with

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