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to kill

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kill - Riss (Jargon)Last post 06 May 14, 03:00
kill, NOUN 2a An animal killed, especially in hunting.…1 Replies
to kill - beruhigenLast post 06 Apr 10, 16:11
COED sagt: kill • verb 1 cause the death of. 2 put an end to. 3 informal overwhelm with a1 Replies
to kill so. - jmdn. in den Tod reißenLast post 12 Sep 17, 09:39…1 Replies
To greenly killLast post 02 Aug 10, 11:28
If you need to eradicate pests, do you have to try to kill them greenly (in a green manner)?…3 Replies
Top killLast post 28 May 10, 17:41
Can it get any worse (literally and figuratively)? Top kill is what is happening in the Gulf29 Replies
kill billLast post 16 Nov 07, 22:56
Hallo, habe eben kill bill gesehen und da kam ein satz vor, bei dem ich nicht weiß weswegen …1 Replies
to kill - abtunLast post 13 May 19, 14:01 unregelmäßiges Verb4. töten - Gebrauc…2 Replies
blip - killLast post 19 Dec 10, 11:47
You haven't heard me saying you killed anybody. But I suppose I did. You could have blipped …1 Replies
Thou shalt not kill. - sixth commandment - Du sollst nicht töten.Last post 08 Nov 10, 14:41 Replies
in den Abgrund reißenLast post 17 Jul 16, 23:27
I wanted to translate "Sie reißt die ganze Familie in den Abgrund" and looked in LEO, but I …9 Replies
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