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Nein. überstehen: etwas hinter sich bringen, das sehr schwer oder schmerzhaft ist, siehe auch "durchstehen". Hier: Kann man die Operation überstehen, obwohl sie ohne Betäubung sehr schmerzhaft ist? …
answered Jan 26 '14 by Matthias
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In this context abgeschlossen is the only correct word given the choices: You are writing a job application (or something like that) and you have completed your Masters successfully (I assume). Abgesc …
answered May 1 '14 by Matthias