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English-German translation for: politely
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Dictionary English German: politely

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English German
SYNO   courteously | politely
politely {adv}
politely {adv}auf höfliche Weise
politely but firmly {adv}höflich aber bestimmt
idiom To put it politely, ...Um es höflich zu formulieren, ...
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A 2022-12-23: Please ask Paul POLITELY (if you can)!
Q 2018-02-24: Calling BS on sth., but politely
A 2016-12-01: more politely
A 2014-12-03: Politely put: May I remind you of the wine?
A 2012-04-03: More politely: . . . *incurred by* the trustee . . .
A 2010-07-01: It's a sports analogy and means "Larry King politely asked questions that ...
A 2009-10-23: nobody owes you any favours, so learn how to express yourself politely in ...
A 2009-04-16: it is almost too politely :-) Thanks
A 2008-01-20: 'Seit geräumiger Zeit' <- I'd count that as a 'typo', politely. :-)
A 2007-11-24: A query put very politely
A 2006-10-16: @ Ada....Esmeralda is politely pointing out that you should try
A 2006-08-24: Hm, funny that. How so very kind of you to answer so politely, why you ar...
Q 2005-06-23: How to ask Politely
A 2005-04-26: More politely, perhaps ...
A 2004-10-13: mick - you might try saying thanks first... then politely ask about the tr...
A 2004-02-11: politely

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