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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to celebrate all night - die Nacht durchfeierndie ganze Nacht durchfeiern

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to celebrate all night

Definition (britisch)

celebrate, all, night
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

celebrate, all, night
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

celebrate, all, night
Merriam Webster

Etymology

celebrate, all, night
Online Etymology Dictionary
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die Nacht durchfeiern

 

Definition:

Nacht, durchfeiern, ganz
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

all-night - die ganze Nacht geöffnetLast post 25 Apr 14, 12:52
all′-night` adj. 1. lasting an entire night; nightlong: an all-night vigil. 2. open a…0 Replies
dressed all in white - ganz in weiß gekleidetLast post 05 Oct 18, 20:52
Weiß wird hier großgeschrieben, vgl.: https://grammis.ids-mannheim.de/rechtschreibu...1 Replies
Good night!\t\t - Auf Wiedersehen!Last post 05 Apr 14, 20:26
http://dict.leo.org/ende/index_de.html#/search=Auf%20Wiedersehen!&searchLoc=0&resultOrder=ba13 Replies
ensemble - ganzLast post 23 Jul 09, 09:35
Ist das wirklich korrekt so? Kanns fast nicht glauben…2 Replies
night soil - faulschlamm, fäkalschlammLast post 19 Oct 07, 08:56
add Klärschlamm (gebräuchlicher begriff in der Schweiz)2 Replies
to celebrate Mass - die Heilige Messe feiern, das Hochamt feiernLast post 14 Nov 11, 08:51
Pope Benedict XVI gives Polish President Lech Kaczynski (kneeling) Holy Communion during the…0 Replies
rightmost - ganz rechtsLast post 24 Feb 04, 21:12
Our english teacher (comes from New York) didn't understand the word "rightmost" and said th…18 Replies
all of us - allesamtLast post 10 Sep 08, 15:41
The translation of allesamt in English should not include the pronoun "us", since this word …4 Replies
all-in fee - die All-in-FeeLast post 16 Nov 12, 11:53
Fee im deutschen heißt Gebühr und nicht Fee.5 Replies
nightblind [abbr.: night-blind] adj. [med.] - nachtblind Last post 21 Jul 09, 22:41
night-blindness noun a common name for nyctalopia. http://www.chambersharrap.co.uk/chambers/…2 Replies
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