German English Dictionary

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dass in English:

1. that


Democracy is the worst form of government, except all the others that have been tried.
That is intriguing.
It is actually true that the less money you have, the less you worry.
Nobody knew that Tom was the person who contributed most of the money.
It's unlikely that anyone other than Tom would be interested in buying this.
That village has changed a lot from how it was 10 years ago.
It was not until I got off the bus that I realized I had left my umbrella.
I like to feel sad. I know that most people try to avoid any kind of sad feeling. But I think that is wrong.
The other day when I stopped by at a friend's house, it wasn't my friend that came out of the front door, but her husband.
How are you and your wife doing, now that the birds have all flown the coop?
It's my fault that the cake was burned. I was talking on the phone and didn't notice the time.
I've been so busy this past week that I've hardly had time to relax.
That girl couldn't take things down in longhand, let alone shorthand.
A study reports that 53,000 Americans die each year as a result of secondhand smoke.
The government will provide interest-free loans to firms that participate in the program.

English word "dass"(that) occurs in sets:

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