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to go to rack and ruin


Definition (britisch)

go, rack, ruin
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

go, rack, ruin, wrack
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go, rack, ruin, wrack
Merriam Webster


go, rack, ruin, wrack
Online Etymology Dictionary





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to go to rack - verlotternLast post 19 Mar 07, 17:10
"To go to rack" ist die einzige Übersetzung gegeben für "verlottern." Dieser Satz, soviel ic…0 Replies
to wrack/rack one's brainsLast post 03 Jun 13, 19:00
Which is more common in British English?7 Replies
spice-rack - GewürzbordLast post 26 Oct 07, 14:49
Ich wurde durch diesen Thread Replies
Ruin sorbeesLast post 16 Jun 09, 22:10
One of my students brought this in today and asked me to go through it with the class becaus…27 Replies
wrecked - wrackLast post 27 Feb 12, 14:38
wrack Wortart: Adjektiv (besonders von Schiffen, Flugzeugen) defekt, beschädigt und deshalb 6 Replies
rack - sich abrackernLast post 10 Jul 07, 16:38
Ich habe in verschiedenen Quellen gesucht und nichts gefunden, was darauf hindeuten würde, d…3 Replies
rack - ZahnstangeLast post 19 Nov 15, 09:18 http…1 Replies
clotheshorse / clothes horse - WaeschestaenderLast post 19 Nov 08, 14:42
Mit clothes horse scheint in Texas niemand etwas anfangen zu koennen. 'dry rack' ist gelaeuf…23 Replies
Wrack them!Last post 19 Nov 11, 13:32
"Wrack them!" - ein Ausruf, den die Gefängniswärter in Alcatraz verwendeten, um die Häftling…8 Replies
nice rack - schöner VorbauLast post 17 Feb 06, 11:24
"Whahey, she's got a nice rack!" sorry for not posting examples, links and whatnot, but i h…0 Replies
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