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dead / the dead - der Tote Last post 22 Apr 10, 17:08
14 (the dead) dead people http://www.chambersharrap.co.uk/chambers/features/chref/chref.py/m…5 Replies
dead drunk - stockhagelbesoffenLast post 15 Jul 18, 13:52
http://dict.leo.org/ende/index_de.html#/search=stockhagelbesoffen&searchLoc=0&resultOrder=ba12 Replies
dead leg - strömungsloser ZweigLast post 21 Feb 11, 20:30
In elektrischen Leitungen gibt es Ströme, aber keine Strömungen. Gebiet ist wohl eher "Hydra…3 Replies
dead-and-alive, auch dead-alive - totlangweiligLast post 13 Mar 08, 09:52
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&p=hPXz..&search=totlangweilig todlangweilig, oder? 7 Replies
exhausted - erschöpftLast post 24 Apr 06, 23:16
PONS digital großwörterbuch (casio translator) noch nicht vorhanden1 Replies
dead woman - der tote FrauLast post 29 Apr 10, 23:26
This came up recently, and I think changes were made, but I think the articles were transpos…6 Replies
dead set - plötzliches Stehen der JagdhundeLast post 14 Jan 13, 18:33
vorstehen: 3. (Jägersprache) (vom Hund) in angespannter Haltung verharren http://www.duden.…10 Replies
frazzled - zerfetztLast post 15 Feb 13, 15:45
frazzle verb [with object] 1 (as adjective frazzled) completely exhausted: a frazz2 Replies
dead pledge - FaustpfandLast post 24 Dec 05, 03:34
See the corresponding thread. "Als Pfand überlassener beweglicher Wertgegenstand, z. B. Gu…11 Replies
drop dead! - fall tot um!Last post 24 Jan 06, 21:28
ok, das ist an sich wörtlich korrekt, aber in keinem Kontext würde man 'drop dead' wirklich …4 Replies
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