el diccionario alemán - inglés

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ursprünglich inglés:

1. originally


Don't come to me now with that. You should have said something when it originally happened.
Originally, Abraham Lincoln wanted all slaves to be deported to Africa or the Caribbean.
This poem was originally written in French.
I now live in Helsinki, but I'm originally from Kuopio.
Originally they were farmers.
The term "hutong", originally meaning "water well", came from the Mongolian language about 700 years ago.
Though the Hinamatsuri was originally for both boys and girls, it is now just for girls.
Football originally meant "a game played with a ball on foot" - unlike a game played on horseback, such as polo.
The league originally referred to the distance a person or a horse could walk in an hour.
I hope to make clear why I think Emmet's theory, originally introduced in the field of design architecture, is so important in physics.
I'm originally from Poland but I live in Uzbekistan.
I find it amazing that in the Slavic languages the word “sweet” originally meant “salty”!
We originally planned to move to Devon, but we decided on Suffolk instead.
Maciek is originally from Warsaw
Medicaid, a program originally created to provide medical care for poverty-level women and children, today spends almost a third of its budget on elderly people.

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