el diccionario alemán - inglés

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verschieden inglés:

1. variously variously

Inglés palabraverschieden"(variously) ocurre en conjuntos:

Flashcards aus dem Buch - "André" (William Dunlap)
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "The Forme of Cury" (Sam...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Finger Prints" (Francis...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Old Coloured Books" (Ge...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Mercenary" (Dallas McCo...

2. misc misc

Inglés palabraverschieden"(misc) ocurre en conjuntos:

Flashcards aus dem Buch - "The Genus Pinus" (Georg...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Donatello" (David Linds...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Mary Tudor, Queen of Fr...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "A Monograph of Odontogl...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Narcissus A Twelfe Nigh...

3. different different

You look different.
I consider the Jehovah's witnesses who knock on my door all the time to be no different from religious zealots trying to force their beliefs on me.
Mathematicians are like French people: whatever you tell them they translate it into their own language and turn it into something totally different.
Jo's very different from her sister, isn't she? The house is different to how I expected it to be. I had to go to three different shops to find the book she wanted.
It's difficult to give an objective definition of terrorism, as it is practically different in every country.
Our teacher also said that her wedding wouldn't be the same as other people's; we asked how it would be different, but she didn't say.
Here ... the sound of the cicadas is different. "Oh my, I'm impressed you noticed. You've got a good sense of pitch!"
Using English with him, I feel that we are both at different levels, at least from a linguistic point of view.
The methods used to overcome stress are different for men and women: drinking is the major method used by men, while women deal with stress by chatting.
That's not what I mean. Sex discrimination, female discrimination, whatever, men and women are just different.
I preferred wearing my Hawaiian T-shirt and green shorts to be cool and different, but I quickly got used to the white shirt and black slacks.
I'm teaching basic participial constructions now, but, with regard to those below, what different ways of translating them would everybody use?
Beauty is no quality in things themselves: It exists merely in the mind which contemplates them; and each mind perceives a different beauty.
These two have completely different patterning but no difference is seen in their internal morphology so it seems that they are considered the same.