valt in te lopen

German translation: wettgemacht / aufgeholt

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Dutch term or phrase:valt in te lopen
German translation:wettgemacht / aufgeholt
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12:37 Jan 15, 2009
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Dutch term or phrase: valt in te lopen
Wie de DDR niet aan den lijve heeft ondervonden, heeft in het herenigde Duitsland te kampen met een achterstand die eigenlijk niet **valt in te lopen.**

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GAK (X)
Local time: 10:38
wettgemacht / aufgeholt
Explanation:
der Rückstand, der eigentlich nicht mehr wettgemacht werden kann

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Judith Verschuren
Local time: 10:38
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Danke!
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3 +5wettgemacht / aufgeholt
Judith Verschuren


  

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wettgemacht / aufgeholt


Explanation:
der Rückstand, der eigentlich nicht mehr wettgemacht werden kann



Example sentence(s):
  • der Rückstand, der eigentlich nicht mehr aufgeholt werden kann
Judith Verschuren
Local time: 10:38
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Danke!

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agree  Susanne Bittner
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