el diccionario alemán - inglés

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1. dear dear


I’m sorry, my dear, but I can’t do that for you.
Exactly, my dear.
Kai dear! I'm really sad! Having my first experience in this way. "Eh?" "Skip-ping-town."
Hey! It's dangerous to run here. "Eh? ... A-a-Aaah!!" "Oh dear, what did I tell you?"
No, my dear, you had better go on horseback.
My dear aunt is coming for Christmas.
Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
Living is dear, accordingly we have to economize.
Oh name forever sad! forever dear! Still breathed in sighs, still ushered with a tear.
Nowhere but in the world of the antique is it more obvious that many of the things that we, as individuals hold dear, are completely arbitrary.
Someday, dear language learner, you must stop poring over IPA charts and start listening to people.
Dear woman, why do you involve me? Jesus replied.
OK, my dear, good night!
Dear passengers! If you get on a means of transport and don't have a season ticket, punch a one-time ticket without waiting for the next station.

2. prefer prefer


I prefer coffee.
As a rule, I prefer people who deal with matters of this kind directly with those involved.
Westerners, in general, prefer to avoid such topics unless the other person brings them up.
I think I prefer this room as it was, before we decorated it.
I prefer traditional characters. Due to the abundance of reading materials in simplified characters, I can recognize many of them too.
Fifty-two per cent of British women prefer chocolate to sex.
I happen to prefer champagne to ditchwater, but there is no reason to suppose that the cosmos does.
The reason I prefer to go to Japan is that the people in Japan are hardworking and have honest personalities.
Japanese seem to prefer picking a marriage partner as much like themselves as possible, finding a job that provides security and slow but steady advancement, and putting money in the bank.
Of all the men that I dislike, my husband is certainly the one that I prefer.
It may not appeal to some, but I prefer to remain a salaried man; I don't have to worry so much about making both ends meet.
Whenever I translate something from English into Spanish, I prefer to use the familiar "tú" instead of the formal "usted".
So, now. What Disney character do you prefer? I prefer Minnie Mouse, and you? Prefer means to like better.
There have been a lot of clothes lately that fit tightly and I don't like it. I prefer clothes with a loose design.

3. more more


I want more.
When people meet, first impressions determine more than 50 percent of whatever happens next.
Blow by blow, her punches got more intense.
Tom claims he doesn't watch much TV, but he watches more than three hours every day.
If you don't start treating people with a little more respect, people may start avoiding you like the plague.
A lot of people who have up until now been spending money having a good time now need to be more careful with their money.
Between 1820 and 1973, the United States admitted more than 46 million immigrants.
For quantities of 20 or more, we can allow you a special discount of 10% on the prices quoted.
In all my travels I've never seen a more beautiful mountain than Everest.
Because his family traveled from place to place, Cesar Chavez attended more than thirty schools as a child.
Food and drink were served in such profusion at the wedding that the bride and groom began to wonder if they should not have invited more guests.
Generally speaking, college students have more free time than high school students.
The errors apparent in his results are due more to carelessness than faulty procedures.
Her technique is superb, but she needs to play with more expression.
You can't easily put photos on an iPad from more than one computer. However, you can email photos to yourself from various computers and download these photos to your iPad.

4. rather rather


She's rather clueless.
Our city is rather small in comparison with Tokyo.
In spite of the sunny weather, the air was rather chilly.
It is said that Japanese people are kind to people they know, but rather cold to those they don't.
We should spend our time creating content for our website rather than wasting time worrying about minor cosmetic details.
Rather than putting off this meeting, why don't we just call it off?
Rather than live a hundred years as a rabbit, live one day as a tiger.
Rather than getting depressed, I'd probably feel hatred towards her.
Even if it isn't true, it's still rather clever.
Ah, now I remember. I used a condom; something I rarely, or rather practically never, do.
So long as our relationship is defined by our differences, we will empower those who sow hatred rather than peace, and who promote conflict rather than the cooperation that can help all of our people achieve justice and prosperity.
Or rather it seems, Kensuke arrived at the studio at the same that I and the other two were still coming.
Religion is too important a matter to its devotees to be a subject of ridicule. If they indulge in absurdities, they are to be pitied rather than ridiculed.
I'd rather go by train. I have a license, but no real driving experience, so I'm not very sure of myself behind the wheel.
The current imbalance between supply and demand is considered to reflect structural changes on the demand side, rather than being a cyclical phenomenon.

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