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ziemlich in English:

1. tolerably tolerably



English word "ziemlich"(tolerably) occurs in sets:

Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Gold Elsie" (E. Marlitt)
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Argentina" (W. A. Hirst)
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Orchids" (James O'Brien)
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Soil Culture" (J. H. Wa...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Spiders" (Cecil Warburton)

2. quite quite


It's quite difficult to master French in 2 or 3 years.
You're quite right.
You say I should know him quite well, but as a matter of fact, I was introduced to him only last week.
I brought a jacket because it was quite cool this morning.
This time I stayed for the first time in a private villa, and it was really quite something.
If her nose were a little shorter, she would be quite pretty.
The teacher was quite candid about my chances of entering Tokyo University.
Until quite recently, most of the things we needed were made by hand.
Quite by chance, I met my old friend in the airport.
In conversation, one is likely to find out certain things about the other person quite easily.
Tom and Mary argue a lot, but they still get along quite well together.
English is quite often the language of choice when speaking to an international audience.
The 'gold' yearned for by the Japanese synchronized swimming world was not quite reached.
The bronze statue looks quite nice from a distance.
Until quite recently, people in developed countries didn't care much about the environment.

English word "ziemlich"(quite) occurs in sets:

Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Pan" (Knut Hamsun)
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Joseph Conrad" (Hugh Wa...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Gladys, the Reaper" (An...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "The Missing Prince" (G....
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "The Magic Nuts" (Mrs. M...

3. rather rather


She's rather clueless.
Our city is rather small in comparison with Tokyo.
In spite of the sunny weather, the air was rather chilly.
It is said that Japanese people are kind to people they know, but rather cold to those they don't.
We should spend our time creating content for our website rather than wasting time worrying about minor cosmetic details.
Rather than putting off this meeting, why don't we just call it off?
Rather than live a hundred years as a rabbit, live one day as a tiger.
Rather than getting depressed, I'd probably feel hatred towards her.
Even if it isn't true, it's still rather clever.
Ah, now I remember. I used a condom; something I rarely, or rather practically never, do.
So long as our relationship is defined by our differences, we will empower those who sow hatred rather than peace, and who promote conflict rather than the cooperation that can help all of our people achieve justice and prosperity.
Or rather it seems, Kensuke arrived at the studio at the same that I and the other two were still coming.
Religion is too important a matter to its devotees to be a subject of ridicule. If they indulge in absurdities, they are to be pitied rather than ridiculed.
I'd rather go by train. I have a license, but no real driving experience, so I'm not very sure of myself behind the wheel.
The current imbalance between supply and demand is considered to reflect structural changes on the demand side, rather than being a cyclical phenomenon.

English word "ziemlich"(rather) occurs in sets:

Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Odd" (Amy Le Feuvre)
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Uneasy Money" (P. G. Wo...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Further Foolishness" (S...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Non-combatants and Othe...
Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Three Comedies" (Björns...