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den

  
1       def art  
a    acc  
     der    the
b    dat pl  
     der   
     die   
     das    the, to the
2       dem pron   acc  
     der   
a    attr   that
b      (substantivisch)    that one  ,   (Menschen)    him
[+von mehreren]  
that one
3       rel pron   acc  
     der    who(m), that  
[+von Sachen]  
which, that  


Den Haag      nt   , -s   (=Stadt)   The Hague
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
den Blick heben exp.
to raise one's eyes ; to look up

Entry related to:Blick

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
to look down ; to lower one's gaze
exp.
to break the clinch
exp.
the whole of Tuesday
den ganzen Dienstag über
exp.
to clown around ; to play the fool
exp.
to lean on one's arm
exp.
to have a farewell celebration
[Fig.]
exp.
to be disruptive ; to cause disruption
exp.
to rest one's head on one's hand
exp.
to stop the fight
[Sport]
exp.
to bowl for the cup
exp.
to be sworn in ; to take the oath of office
exp.
to flex one's muscles
[Fig.]
exp.
to carry the can
[Fig.]
exp.
to remove the competition from the market
[Bus.];[Euph.]
exp.
to have got the hang of it
exp.
to have the runs
exp.
to be a real chauvinist
exp.
to siphon off the profits
exp.
in Bermuda ; in the Bermudas
exp.
to offend against decency
exp.
to make the break ; to make it
[Fig.]
exp.
to have the title of doctor
exp.
to miss the boat
[Fig.]
exp.
to do everything by the book
exp.
to be burned to death
exp.
to chuck the whole thing {or} business
exp.
to obtain one's doctorate
exp.
to take legal action
exp.
to start production
exp.
to have/get the shakes

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