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bereuen, etw getan zu haben exp.
to regret having done sth

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
to deny having done sth
exp.
to accuse sb of having done sth
exp.
to accuse sb of having done sth
exp.
to be suspected of having done sth
exp.
he admitted (to) having done it ; he owned up {or} confessed to having done it
exp.
sth is to be had
exp.
sb is single ; sb is available
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bereuen

  
be•reu•en     ( bereut    ptp  )
1       vt   to regret  
[Schuld, Sünden]   to repent of  
bereuen, etw getan zu haben      to regret having done sth  
das wirst du noch bereuen!      you will be sorry (for that)!  
2       vi   to repent
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
"bereuen, etw getan zu haben": examples and translations in context
Sie erklärten gegenüber Herrn Wells Jr., es getan zu haben. You declared to Mr. Wells Jr.
Danach hatte ich das Gefühl, etwas Sinnvolles getan zu haben. When it was over, I felt like I'd done something worthwhile.
Keiner beschuldigt Sie, etwas Böses getan zu haben. No one's saying you did anything bad, David.
Ich bedauere, nichts weiter getan zu haben. I regret that I did not do more.
Und zwei haben geschworen, es getan zu haben. And two of 'em swore up and down they were the ones who done it.
Ich wüsste nicht, das getan zu haben. I don't remember inviting you.
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