Do they all mean to receive or to obtain? What are the differences in the use of these words?
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closed as not a real question by Eugene Seidel, teylyn, Em1, 0x6d64, user unknown Mar 19 '13 at 0:12
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Please note that bekommen and kriegen can both change the meaning with the appropriate preposition: Herausbekommen, hinkriegen, rauskriegen