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English-German translation for: describes
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VERB  to describe | described | described
describing | describes
sb. describes
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jd. beschreibt
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A 2019-05-06: Windfall describes it quite well, aber nicht 100% richtig.
A 2018-10-04: I agree that Komfortzimmer is a common designation used by hotels etc. as ...
Q 2017-08-26: Louis CK describes eating a "Cinnabon"
A 2016-01-19: Because the past perfect describes a result (i.e. the end of a process) at...
A 2014-08-03: @Bob: I think you're right. "pure" describes the adjective "theoretical".
A 2014-01-16: More complete is used in English in the way ddr describes.
A 2013-12-11: Three-line whip has that compusion, but it only describes a particular vote,
A 2012-08-31: +Hardly sufficient+ describes the amount, and so an adjective is needed.
A 2012-06-19: This headline describes
A 2012-02-22: best turn it around: "The following equation describes that process:"
A 2011-10-12: I would understand it to have a general meaning, as alex-k describes it,
A 2010-07-27: Because this describes what is now happening.
A 2010-06-20: It describes the type of gold
A 2010-06-15: Agree with Joanne: it describes the *moment* of falling overwhelmingly in ...
A 2010-06-12: This site describes lots of different roof types and calls it a saw-tooth ...
Q 2010-06-01: bubble wrap --- which of those words in dixie actually describes the stuff...
A 2010-05-16: I don't think lawfully describes how they took the packet apart, it means ...
A 2010-02-17: He also describes the duel in such a non-interested manner that younger re...
A 2010-02-05: Whereby “quality,” by its very definition, is a term which describes the e...
A 2009-08-29: No, the German auctioneer says "Los Nr. 20..." an then describes it.

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