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Keep quiet!

 

Definition (britisch)

quiet
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

Keep, quiet
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

Keep, quiet
Merriam Webster

Etymology

quiet
Online Etymology Dictionary
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Sei ruhig!

 

Definition:

ruhig
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

be quiet - sei stillLast post 23 Mar 11, 17:51
http://www.dict.cc/englisch-deutsch/quiet.html Kann mich erinnern, das in der Schule so gele…1 Replies
Whisht! (Ire.) - Sei still!Last post 16 Mar 12, 08:23
http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/entry/whisht Chiefly Scots and Irish Used to…4 Replies
Keep s.o. quietLast post 04 Nov 11, 23:17
Keep that dog quiet! It keeps barking every 3 seconds. The neighbords will complain.3 Replies
That should keep you quiet. - unhöflich?Last post 25 Jan 07, 13:18
Hallo! ich mache gerade ein Praktikum in einem Büro in England, und der Unterchef, der die a…9 Replies
Quiet campsiteLast post 12 May 07, 14:19
I'm looking for a really quiet campsite for a family holiday somewhere along the German Balt…16 Replies
Please keep the area quietLast post 01 Nov 08, 10:59
Please keep the area quiet1 Replies
Ach, sei doch ruhig.Last post 02 Jan 12, 01:04
Wenn jemand etwas nicht hören möchte, weil er weiß, dass sein Gegenüber recht hat.1 Replies
quiet desperationLast post 05 Dec 09, 21:29
I don't go out with you to discuss the nature of "quiet desperation" or to hear all about yo…4 Replies
radio quiet zone - Bereich des MondschattensLast post 02 Feb 05, 13:02
Hallo, ich bin in Ihrem superben Wörterbuch über den Begriff "radio quiet zone [tech.]" gest…5 Replies
The weekend was quite quiet? - Das Wochenende war ziemlich ruhig.Last post 31 Mar 06, 12:48
Kann man 'quite quiet' schreiben? Das hört sich für mich nach Zungenbrecher an. Oder kann ic…3 Replies
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