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to be sold on sth.

Definition (britisch)

be, on
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

be, sold, on
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

be, sold, on
Merriam Webster


be, sold, on
Online Etymology Dictionary

von etw. angefressen sein


von, anfressen, sein

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to be miffed by sth. - von etw.Dat. angefressen seinLast post 06 Aug 12, 00:58
she was miffed at not being invited Replies
von etwas angefressen seinLast post 19 Nov 09, 11:49
Ich bin von dieser Sache ein wenig angefressen. Wie würde man dies mit der richtigen Bedeut…25 Replies
to be on leave - im Urlaub seinLast post 22 Aug 04, 14:26
Hallo Doris gemäss der Diskussion (s. Link unten) bedeutet "to be on leave" nicht zwingend,…10 Replies
to be annoyed / fed up / peeved / ticked off - angefressen sein [Deutschl.]Last post 16 Feb 10, 14:21 • Der Tr8 Replies
to be on par with - gleich sein mitLast post 22 Apr 11, 13:12 Replies
to be on the wrong tack - auf dem Holzweg sein Last post 15 May 09, 09:54
Da hat sich in LEO ein kleiner Schreibfehler eingeschlichen. Es heißt natürlich 'track', u5 Replies
to be on death row - zum Tode verurteilt seinLast post 03 Jul 05, 07:12
"While I welcomed the fact that Kenny Richey will now be able to clear his name, it is regre…1 Replies
to be on the wrong tack - auf dem Holzweg seinLast post 28 Apr 17, 20:20
Dear Leo Team, your translators are VERY GOOD!Comments:the correct entry "to be on the wron…6 Replies
to be on maternity leave - im Mutterschutz seinLast post 23 Apr 18, 11:09
Statutory Maternity Leave is 52 weeks. It’s made up of:- Ordinary Maternity Leave - first 26…10 Replies
to be bugged - angezapft seinLast post 28 May 13, 09:34
vb bugs, bugging, bugged Informal 2. (tr) to conceal a microphone in (a room, etc.) http:/…9 Replies
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