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If he enjoys a good season maybe he will stay. The Sun (2016) Maybe you have the beginnings of something meaningful. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Maybe in series three the chief goes rogue! The Sun (2016)They will guess maybe one or two coins. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We think maybe you should come back. The Sun (2016)So in some moments you can maybe think this way. The Sun (2017)You have to trust people that you maybe don't know. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is not true... but maybe soon. The Sun (2016)I used to write maybe eight songs a day. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Maybe Arsenal thought another would come but they should have known that City could not afford a second half like the first. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So maybe he will use a knife. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is maybe a good thing we had this early in the season. The Sun (2011)Or maybe it has something to do with losing my mom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We knew about the atmosphere and that they would play maybe with almost three strikers. The Sun (2006)Maybe one day we will get lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But then maybe he knows that already. The Sun (2007)Maybe another cup of coffee while watching the waves lap the shore. The Sun (2016)Maybe neither of them is the one you should settle down with. The Sun (2014)But it is true that maybe it makes people feel less like they know you. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Maybe we should use this primal urge to sort out international conflicts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Maybe it had something to do with the pressure. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Maybe not that one but you get my drift. The Sun (2014)If they come into the team and play well for the three games then maybe they will keep their place. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The answers are yes and maybe. The Sun (2009)We can maybe cause another upset. The Sun (2011)Maybe neither is right for you. The Sun (2012)Maybe you think it's best this way. The Sun (2015)It's maybe a good thing that the fear of failure is upon us. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Who knows - maybe a modelling career beckons! The Sun (2010)
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Sehr häufig verwendet. maybe ist eines der 4000 am häufigsten verwendeten Wörter im Collins Wörterbuch
Übersetzungen für maybe
Britisches Englisch: maybe /ˈmeɪˌbiː/ ADVERB
You use maybe when you are not sure about something.
Maybe she is in love.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: maybe
- Arabisch: رُبَّـمَا
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: talvez
- Chinesisch: 大概
- Kroatisch: možda
- Tschechisch: možná
- Dänisch: måske
- Niederländisch: misschien
- Europäisches Spanisch: quizá
- Finnisch: ehkä
- Französisch: peut-être
- Deutsch: vielleicht
- Griechisch: ίσως
- Italienisch: forse
- Japanisch: もしかしたら
- Koreanisch: 아마
- Norwegisch: kanskje
- Polnisch: być może
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: talvez
- Rumänisch: poate
- Russisch: возможно
- Spanisch: quizá
- Schwedisch: kanske
- Thai: อาจจะ
- Türkisch: belki
- Ukrainisch: можливо
- Vietnamesisch: có thể
Definition von maybe aus Collins Englischen Sprache
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