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aus|gehen verb Conjugation
ausgehen / ging aus / geht aus / ausgegangen
go out
Sind Sie gestern Abend ausgegangen?
Did you go out last night?
assume [əˈsju:m]
Autos sind so populär, dass wir davon ausgehen, dass jeder eins hat.
Today cars are so popular that we assume everyone has one.
date [deɪt] (Pers.)
Sie ist nie mit ihm ausgegangen.
She has never gone on a date with him.
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