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It was either do or die.


Definition (britisch)

be, either, do, die
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

It, be, either, do, die
Merriam Webster

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It, be, either, do, die
Merriam Webster


be, either, do, die
Online Etymology Dictionary

Es ging hart auf hart.



Es, gehen, hart, auf

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