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to learn one's lesson

Definition (britisch)

learn, lesson
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

learn, one's, lesson
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

learn, one's, lesson
Merriam Webster


learn, lesson
Online Etymology Dictionary

seine Lektion lernen


sein, Lektion, lernen

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ich habe meine lektion gelernt - i have learned my/ one's lessonLast post 03 Dec 07, 00:34
bin nicht sicher welches von beiden5 Replies
to learn | learnt, learnt | - lernen etc.Last post 16 Jun 20, 10:58
Ergänzung, nicht Korrektur: BE: to learn | learnt, learnt | AE: to learn | learned, le…10 Replies
to get one's watch ahead - seine Uhr vorstellen Last post 11 Apr 07, 16:37
Ich vermute, dass es schlicht und einfach ein Vertippsler ist und heißen sollte: to set on…5 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
to feed one's eyes on - seine Augen weiden anLast post 18 Oct 07, 10:28 —Idiom8. feast one's eyes, to gaze with great jo4 Replies
keep one's powder dry - auf der Hut seinLast post 05 Dec 08, 16:12
These two phrases simply do not mean the same thing, and listing them as such is misleading.…12 Replies
burn one'sLast post 05 Oct 10, 19:49
I burned my right hand. = Ich verbrannte mir die rechte Hand. Ich habe noch eine Möglichkei…1 Replies
to learn at one's own pace....Last post 19 Feb 09, 15:56
The students were under no pressure to complete the course within a certain amount at time. …5 Replies
nod one's head / shake one's headLast post 10 Dec 07, 11:56
"to nod" and "to nod one's head" usually mean nod one's head up and down, meaning yes. "to …9 Replies
to do one's duty - seine Pflicht tun Last post 07 Aug 07, 14:23
Jeder kennt den berühmten Spruch, den Horatio Nelson, Admiral der englischen Flotte, während…3 Replies

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