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Everything went wrong.


Definition (britisch)

go, wrong
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

Everything, go, wrong
Merriam Webster

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Everything, go, wrong
Merriam Webster


go, wrong
Online Etymology Dictionary

Alles ging schief.


Forum discussions containing the search term

alles ging seinen ordentlichen Gang - everything went its due wayLast post 12 Jul 08, 15:46
I am not sure about my translation of ordentlich ... I am not sure about my translation of o…0 Replies
everything went well / goodLast post 05 Mar 11, 10:44
Adverb oder Adjektiv? Was verwendet man hier? Vielen Dank!2 Replies
Murphy's law, what can go wrong will go wrong - VorführeffektLast post 19 Mar 04, 12:43
common US-talking I don't know if the expression 'murphy's law' is used outside the US2 Replies
Something, somewhere went terribly wrong.Last post 21 Nov 10, 18:23
Gehört das Komma dahin oder muss es weg?3 Replies
Wieso go, went, gone?Last post 19 Nov 18, 07:27
Hallo!Kann mir jemand sagen, wieso man bei der Aufzählung von unregelmässigen Verben, wie zB…11 Replies
biaswise - schief, schrägLast post 03 May 04, 15:30
M-W hat "biaswise" nur in seiner Unabridged Ausgabe, und via Google finden sich nur zwei sin…10 Replies
to go wrong - fehlgehenLast post 18 Dec 13, 11:07
Where Thomas Nagel Went Wrong The philosopher's critique of evolution wasn't shocking. So wh…0 Replies
bad hair day - Tag, an dem alles schief gehtLast post 10 Sep 04, 08:23
meiner Erfahrung nach, steht "bad hair day" nicht für einen generellen schlechten tag, sonde…1 Replies
alles erreichen - achieve everythingLast post 28 Feb 10, 08:28
"Ich dachte, wenn ich nur lang genug wartete, würde ich alles erreichen." = "I thought if wa…5 Replies
Nothing can go wrong. - Nichts kann passieren.Last post 18 Jun 07, 21:31
siehe oben den vorschlag als beispiel1 Replies
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