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to bung sth. somewhere

Definition (britisch)

bung, somewhere
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

bung, somewhere
Merriam Webster

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bung, somewhere
Merriam Webster


bung, somewhere
Online Etymology Dictionary

etw. irgendwohin schmeißen

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to bung - schmeißen |schmiss, geschmissen|Last post 07 Nov 07, 11:52
See entry in shorter Oxford English Dictionary to bung (verb and adverb dialect and slang) …2 Replies
jemanden irgendwohin mitnehmen - (to) take somebody somewhereLast post 12 May 16, 12:53
Das haben Schüler in einem Test geschrieben, und ich bin jetzt unsicher... Eigentlich wollt…9 Replies
to hotfoot (it off) to somewhere - irgendwohin hastenLast post 21 Jan 15, 22:17
Main Street merchants are forced to stand by helplessly as consumers scan their wares and th…0 Replies
to resettle so somewhere - jdn wieder irgendwohin zurückführenLast post 18 Jul 18, 17:40
In einem englischen Buch gelesen (ungefähr so): "The children were all resettled in their se…7 Replies
bung - das SchmiergeldLast post 24 Jan 12, 15:50
bung British informal noun a bribe. Schmi…0 Replies
fling - schmeißenLast post 09 May 13, 11:20
Source: Collins German Unabridged Dictionary, 7th edition, p. 1801, a) (= werfen) to sling(…4 Replies
somewhere / anywhere Last post 01 Aug 08, 18:27
Hallo! Ich würde mich freuen, wenn ihr mir weiter helfen würdet: These roads start nowher…1 Replies
bung upLast post 21 Mar 09, 00:07
anyway, I bunged him up and she'll give evidence verhaften?5 Replies
bung-twistingLast post 12 Mar 13, 13:10
By God, this whole bung-twisting mess was pushed on us by persons unknown.1 Replies
schmeißen vs. werfenLast post 02 Dec 11, 07:34 Replies
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