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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to become angry - zornig werden


to become angry

Definition (britisch)

become, angry
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

become, angry
Merriam Webster

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become, angry
Merriam Webster


become, angry
Online Etymology Dictionary

zornig werden


zornig, werden

Forum discussions containing the search term

become - werdenLast post 15 Dec 12, 09:18
We become what we pretend to be. There is no source text. It was a written text at an art o…5 Replies
angry - angrier?Last post 24 May 10, 17:47
or "more angry"?1 Replies
to become countrified - verbauernLast post 10 Apr 04, 04:20
da hat sich jemand vertippt5 Replies
sichtbar werden - become visibleLast post 24 May 11, 14:25
Gegeben: Auf diese Weise [durch die Publikation eines Artikels] werden unsere Ergebnisse für…1 Replies
undurchführbar werden - become impracticableLast post 04 Jan 09, 21:07
Stellt sich in der Praxis heraus, dass einzelne Regeln dieser Vereinbarung undurchführbar si…7 Replies
Elfriede is angryLast post 22 Oct 04, 11:44
...very angry…0 Replies
Elfriede is angryLast post 22 Oct 04, 11:44
...very angry…0 Replies
to be gentrified, to become gentrified, gentrified - \tbürgerlich werden, verbürgerlichen, mondänLast post 19 Jun 09, 17:44 MW: gentrify One entry found. …1 Replies
angry with/at someone - böse mit jmdm sein.Last post 15 Feb 09, 21:38
Sagt man das eigentlich? Google zeigt deutlich mehr Ergebnisse für "böse auf" und in denen f…4 Replies
festgenommen werden - to become arrested?Last post 29 Apr 11, 22:46
You become arrested if you are skateboarding in the city.10 Replies
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