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to graze

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to fly-graze - unberechtigt weiden lassenLast post 15 Mar 14, 10:34
The Welsh Assembly is considering new laws aimed at tackling 'fly-grazing', meaning leaving …1 Replies
to graze/being grazed/have grazed [, agron.]Last post 02 Apr 13, 21:53
Ist the passive form common for Natives too ? Both, the active and passive forms are used in…5 Replies
to brouse und to grazeLast post 05 Feb 11, 13:31
It prefers browsing to grazing. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen to browse und to graze? Ic…3 Replies
to graze one's heartLast post 21 Nov 10, 19:45
With each sin, I felt the coldness of Hell graze my heart.2 Replies
to graze s.t. or s.o.Last post 17 Feb 08, 22:13
Also, bitte nicht das was Kühe und Pferde auf der Wiese tun! The soldier wasn't killed, but…5 Replies
to graze cattle = to feed cattle??Last post 16 Feb 09, 19:06
Ich bin's nochmal. Um den Satz The fields, where we graze our cattle ... zu umschreiben, …7 Replies
I had been grazing all day. [coll.] - Ich hatte den ganzen Tag herumgenascht.Last post 18 May 11, 16:33 Replies
Your thighs were made for cheeks to grazeLast post 02 Sep 10, 14:01
ist aus einem Liedtext, klingt wahrscheinlich n bisschen krass, aber ich kann obwohl ich gan…7 Replies
... like snacking, crazing ...Last post 02 Dec 08, 18:17
Hier geht es um einen Artikel, der sich mit den Essgewohnheiten junger Menschen befasst. Hat…2 Replies
grazing plateLast post 13 Nov 08, 09:18
Kann man in einem Restaurant bestellen, was ist das? Danke.3 Replies

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