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to flap one's wings

Definition (britisch)

flap, wing
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

flap, one's, wing
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

flap, one's, wing
Merriam Webster


flap, wing
Online Etymology Dictionary

mit den Flügeln schlagen


mit, Flügel, schlagen

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to flap one's wings - mit den Flügeln schlagenLast post 17 Mar 05, 09:09 Hens are taken from breeding farms when 18-20 weeks o…4 Replies
to flap one's wings (metaphorically)Last post 10 Feb 09, 22:06
I wanted my daughter to know that it is okay for her to flap her wings and live her dreams. …2 Replies
try one's wingsLast post 15 Mar 09, 14:36
It was time for XY (product) to try its wings on other European markets. Ich habe die direk…4 Replies
flügge - spread one's wingsLast post 28 Jul 10, 13:35
ich suche eine schöne Übersetzung von "flügge" ich habe mal gelesen dass man auch "spread on…5 Replies
wing one's wayLast post 18 Jan 18, 21:45
Mail vom britischen Buchversender: Hi Pavel Chekov, We're pleased to let you know th…8 Replies
flap one's hands at sbLast post 04 Mar 08, 13:28
she flapped her hand at her niece. ich vermute, es bedeutet sowas wie "mit der Hand wedeln"…11 Replies
Aber mit welchen Flügeln - But with what wings?Last post 23 Sep 10, 17:37
Flieg, mein Freund, flieg! Aber mit welchen Flügeln? oder heisst es vielleicht with which wi…1 Replies
on one's kneen - kniendLast post 20 Aug 15, 17:29's+knees on one's / its knees, a. in a suppli…10 Replies
Flügel spannt - Spanning the wings?Last post 26 Apr 12, 10:46
A following caption accompanies a poignant image of women of all ages mourning over dead sol…8 Replies
to nod one's head - mit dem Kopf nicken Last post 10 Dec 07, 18:11
Er nickte mit dem Kopf? Nee, oder? Mit was denn sonst?14 Replies

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