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junger Spekulant



jung, Spekulant

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Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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SpekulantLast post 04 Jul 05, 10:36
Spekulant Was ist hier geläufiger "carpetbagger" oder doch eher "stock exchange gambler"?5 Replies
ward flunkyLast post 27 Aug 10, 17:11
Ward flunky I found that in the comments for a newspaper article and I dont know what it me…4 Replies
flunky vs. lackeyLast post 17 Mar 11, 17:00
Trudy holds Brady and watches smugly as the Mallrats and other tribe leaders, including Jet …8 Replies
Junger Mann, ... / Sir, ...Last post 23 May 06, 15:44
Heute morgen wurde ich von einem Müllmann angesprochen: "Junger Mann, könnten Sie nicht Ihr …56 Replies
scrod - junger DorschLast post 02 Feb 04, 00:09 Replies
Jung Christian Piependeckel?Last post 05 Dec 10, 00:35
My friend grew up in a house where anytime something went missing, it was said that "young C…6 Replies
childe - Junge, junger MannLast post 24 Feb 07, 11:24
Lewis Grassic Gibbon uses in his trilogy A Scots Quair a range of word and phrases of Braid …3 Replies
plural form of "jung"Last post 01 Feb 06, 01:01
When do you use "Jungen" as the plural of "Jungen" and when "Jungs"...It seems to me that I …1 Replies
hoglet (rare) - Ferkel / junger IgelLast post 17 Nov 16, 11:26
hogletnoun1A small or young hog or pig; a piglet.2A young or baby hedgehog.https://en.oxford…9 Replies
toyboy lover - junger Liebhaber Last post 18 Mar 12, 21:15
Madonna is considering a proposal from her toyboy lover. She once said she would rather be r…1 Replies

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