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to give so. a good thrashing

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give, good, thrashing
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Definition (amerikanisch)

give, good, thrashing
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give, good, thrashing
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give, good
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jmdm. eine ordentliche Tracht Prügel verpassen

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to give so. a good thrashing - jmdm. eine Tracht Prügel verabreichenLast post 14 Aug 13, 14:38
thrash·ing (thrshng) n. A severe beating. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English…3 Replies
Tracht PrügelLast post 28 Jun 08, 16:14
Is it ok to use "quite a drubbing" in an 'active' sense, i.e. Germany gave Spain quite a dru…1 Replies
to need a good spank - eine ordentliche Tracht Prügel brauchenLast post 25 Jun 07, 22:41
Quelle: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl Frei übersetzt1 Replies
jmdm. eine Tracht Prügel verabreichen - to give so. a good drubbingLast post 05 Jun 10, 15:25
Damals war es noch üblich, dass Schüler, die dauernd frech und vorlaut waren, von ihren Lehr…1 Replies
shellacking - eine komplette NiederlageLast post 11 Jan 11, 13:39
http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/american/shellacking shellacking noun [singular1 Replies
Prügel rausschmeißen?Last post 04 Jan 17, 14:19
Habe folgenden Satz bei einem YouTuber gehört: "Ich schmeiß dir so die Prügel raus, dass du …4 Replies
good - gültigLast post 09 Jan 08, 15:16
was gibts noch viel zu sagen? ^^4 Replies
give and take the odd thrashingLast post 13 Dec 09, 17:21
In the event, the smaller clubs were far from disgraced. Admittedly, there were two disaster…6 Replies
"Ordentliche Mahlzeit" - Was gehört dazu?Last post 22 Jun 11, 17:52
Was gehört für euch bzw. dort, wo ihr aufgewachsen seid und/oder lebt, zu einem 'proper meal…101 Replies
to duff so. up - jmdn. zusammenschlagenLast post 29 Dec 13, 08:25
ENGLISH 1. OED b.4.b trans. To beat (someone) up, to thrash. Hence duffing-up, a thra4 Replies
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