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to be hand in glove with so.

Definition (britisch)

be, hand, in, glove, with
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

be, hand, in, glove, with
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

be, hand, in, glove, with
Merriam Webster

Etymology

be, hand, in, glove, with
Online Etymology Dictionary
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mit jmdm. unter einer Decke stecken

Definition:

mit, unter, Decke, stecken
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Forum discussions containing the search term

to be in league with so. - mit jmdm. unter einer Decke steckenLast post 03 Dec 13, 09:45
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"feud" idioms these options are better expressions - at least in American English0 Replies
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''In Schwulitäten sein' ist -obwohl es im Original nicht (!) so gemeint ist - ein schwulenfe…8 Replies
in hand - im Griff / unter KontrolleLast post 26 Jan 07, 16:07
http://dict.leo.org/forum/viewUnsolvedquery.php?idThread=237323&idForum=2&lp=ende&lang=d2 Replies
to be on par with - gleich sein mitLast post 22 Apr 11, 13:12
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&17 Replies
to be head over ears in debt - Hals über Kopf in Schulden steckenLast post 16 Feb 05, 10:35
you don't say "to be head over ears in" anything in English9 Replies
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you don't say "to be head over ears in" anything in English1 Replies
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I've never heard of 'abgestochen', I cannot make head or tail of it. Does anybody else know …1 Replies
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