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to eat so. out of house and home

 

Definition (British English)

eat, house, home
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Definition (American English)

eat, house, home
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eat, house, home
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Etymology

eat, house, home
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jmdm. die Haare vom Kopf fressen

 

Definition:

Haar, Kopf, fressen
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Forum discussions containing the search term

Haar / HaareLast post 18 Aug 05, 22:41
Was ist eigentlich der Unterschied zwischen Haar und Haare? Kann beides synonym verwendet we…3 Replies
house a homeLast post 07 May 06, 02:54
I was recently asked by a student about the use of "house" to refer to an apartment. Obviou…7 Replies
"das Haar" oder "die Haare"?Last post 26 Jul 21, 20:53
I'm puzzled about when to use das Haar, and when die Haare, when referring to one's hair (in…41 Replies
eat your heart outLast post 14 Dec 09, 14:46
Ein Freund aus Suedafrika verschickte ein nettes, leicht erotisches Bild an seine Freunde (u…1 Replies
in-house / out-houseLast post 03 Jun 04, 09:01
Soviel ist klar: "in-house" (bzw. "inhouse") bedeutet so viel wie "firmenintern". Jetzt könn…4 Replies
to hyphen or not: "out-of-home market" or "out of home market" Last post 06 Nov 15, 14:10
Just checking here: I would think one should write "out-of-home market" because "out-of-home…8 Replies
Eat your heart outLast post 12 Aug 02, 12:29
Ich weiß ungefähr, was das heißt: "You've lost, completely, and at your own game at that," a…1 Replies
threadlike - haarLast post 03 Jan 12, 15:41
theadlike = haar-? wie ein Haar? Eher streichen5 Replies
House of LordsLast post 14 Jan 10, 16:06
Does anyone know whether the new laws that were passed in 2007 have already been implemented…5 Replies
fressenLast post 12 Sep 17, 17:39
"fressen" kommt sicher in irgendeiner Weise von "essen" oder? Wurde das zusammen gekürtzt au…7 Replies
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