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bad - magelhaftLast post 11 Aug 08, 19:01
Ich hab' grad die Übersetzungen für "bad" anzeigen lassen. Neben "mies" oder "arg" war auch …4 Replies
bad english/bad germanLast post 13 Mar 08, 11:43
One of my friends (eher Bekanne) on his social-networking pages has the quote: If it is em…22 Replies
very - argLast post 22 Feb 11, 18:08 arg, ärger, am ärgsten 2. /Adv./ umg. sehr: 11 Replies
sugg. / arg.Last post 05 Sep 09, 14:43
Was ist bei der Analyse von Reden zu beachten? - Stehen in besonderer Weise in einem situati…1 Replies
mispurchase, bad purchase, bad bargain - der Fehlkauf Pl.: die FehlkäufeLast post 11 Sep 14, 09:00
A search of English books from 1600-2008: [a href=…10 Replies
bad phrase - schlechter UmgangstonLast post 30 Aug 06, 11:28
Search-combination of both words "bad" + "phrase" did not return a proper result. From my po…1 Replies
Worse luck! - Leider!Last post 05 May 08, 10:25
Worse luck doesn't sound right to me. In any case it is much more common (at least in AE) t…4 Replies
malice, guile - ArgLast post 25 Jun 17, 23:07»Schneewittchen hatte kein Arg, stellte sich vor s…0 Replies
the bad guys - Die BösenLast post 25 Sep 07, 16:44 Replies
Too bad, 49ers!Last post 19 Jan 07, 02:31
Beim nächsten Mal wird's aber was, oder?12 Replies
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