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to touch off

Definition (britisch)

touch, off
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

touch, off
Merriam Webster

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touch, off
Merriam Webster


touch, off
Online Etymology Dictionary




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to touch off - auslösenLast post 09 Dec 11, 18:28
Some high-ranking Hutu officers tried to overthrow the monarchy. And this incident touched o…1 Replies
to trip - switch\t - auslösen - per Schalter abschaltenLast post 12 Nov 07, 15:00
PONS online: • trip\t ... III. transitives Verb ... 3. Technik in Gang3 Replies
rounding off - aufrundendLast post 16 Apr 05, 21:05
First of all, I don't see why this entry is in the participle form rather than in the inifin…3 Replies
touch paper - das ZündpapierLast post 16 Oct 12, 14:40
touchpaper [ˈtʌtʃˌpeɪpə] n 1. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) paper s3 Replies
to touch base - Kontakt aufnehmenLast post 16 Jun 05, 17:59
ob 'Kontakt aufnehmen' falsch ist, kann ich nicht beurteilen. Ich weiss nur, dass es meisten…2 Replies
writig off - abbuchendLast post 25 Nov 05, 17:05 I think this can safely be deleted4 Replies
nibble off - abnippeln, sterbenLast post 16 Aug 06, 12:33
Ich kann absolut kein Anzeichen dafür erkennen, dass "nibble off" neben "abknappern" noch ei…5 Replies
abdunsten - to flash offLast post 22 Apr 04, 17:28
Ist das eine spezielle Wendung in Deutschland oder ein Schreibfehler? In Österreich existie…1 Replies
tick so. off - variousLast post 05 Jul 16, 15:52 Replies
ticking-off - variousLast post 31 Jul 16, 10:51 Replies
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