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English German
ling. idiomatically {adv}
ling. idiomatically correct {adj}idiomatisch richtig
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A 2023-04-11: Can be both, idiomatically
A 2019-04-19: Agree with Windfall. Idiomatically, +controlling the narrative+ correspond...
A 2014-03-30: So I have to translate it idiomatically?
A 2012-01-05: I think, schlecht machen is not idiomatically used here,
A 2011-05-01: Know? Probably. Use idiomatically? Rarely.
Q 2011-04-20: Which of the English sentences below are grammatically and idiomatically c...
A 2011-04-07: more idiomatically: "...give up my apartment and move to..."
Q 2011-01-19: What may be grammatically or idiomatically wrong in my headline below? Tha...
A 2010-05-05: does that work idiomatically too?
A 2009-07-03: It's a phrasal verb used idiomatically.
A 2009-05-04: More idiomatically.
A 2008-09-29: More idiomatically perhaps: The faint whiff of suspicion manifests itself ...
A 2008-04-06: Idiomatically correct translation
A 2007-06-11: i'd say my one is idiomatically more correct
A 2006-08-26: The thing is much more idiomatically called 'one-day business conference'
A 2006-04-19: idiomatically, rather to be pitied than scorned....
A 2006-01-03: More idiomatically > Wenn du mich nur haben wolltest.
A 2005-12-12: Did I notice 'affectionate diminitive' in kalinka's postings? Surely there...
A 2005-03-17: He needs to sharpen his pencil ... < idiomatically dubious

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