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..nicht stur siene Bahnen zieht..

English translation: stubbornly swim down his lane

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22:02 Jul 11, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Psychology
German term or phrase: ..nicht stur siene Bahnen zieht..
Solange der eine nicht nur stur siene Bahnen zieht, ist Schwimmen hochgradig beziehungsfoerdernd.
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English translation:stubbornly swim down his lane
Explanation:
As long as one of them doesn\'t just stubbornly keep swimming down his lane, swimming is highly conducive to forming relationships. (This is a pretty formal translation. You can probably think of a more relaxed way to say the same thing, if that\'s what you need.)
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stubbornly swim down his lane


Explanation:
As long as one of them doesn\'t just stubbornly keep swimming down his lane, swimming is highly conducive to forming relationships. (This is a pretty formal translation. You can probably think of a more relaxed way to say the same thing, if that\'s what you need.)


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