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zu|geben verb Conjugation
admit [ədˈmɪt] (eingestehen)
Ich muss zugeben, dass ich schnarche...
I must admit that I snore.
add [æd] (hinzugeben)
confess [kənˈfes] (Schuldbewußtsein)
Ich habe meine Sünde zugegeben.
I confessed my sin.
avow [əˈvau] (bekennen)
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Ich muss zugeben, dass ich schnarche... I must admit that I snore.
Er kann seine Untaten ebenso gut zugeben. He may as well confess his crimes.
Ich muss zugeben, dass ich mich geirrt habe. I must admit that I was mistaken.
Gerechterweise muss man zugeben, dass seine Absichten gut waren. To do him justice, we must admit that his intentions were good.
Er gab zu, bestochen worden zu sein. He admitted he had taken bribes.

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