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Keep out!


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Keep, out
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Keep, out
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Draußen bleiben!



draußen, bleiben

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lange ausgehen/ draußen bleiben - stay out lateLast post 30 Jan 08, 17:49
ich bin mir nicht sicher, ob das stay out late oder stay out long heißen muss...1 Replies
Keep out!Last post 11 Jan 11, 13:57
So steht es auf der ersten Seite des Tagebuchs einer Zwölfjährigen (US) geschrieben. Was sc…7 Replies
to keep alive - am leben bleibenLast post 11 Apr 07, 03:20 Ich kenne nur "to stay alive" , "t…1 Replies
without - draußenLast post 18 Dec 09, 02:43 Oh come on without,…9 Replies
drüben und draußenLast post 19 Jun 08, 13:26
Hallo ihr Lieben, Ich habe gelernt, daß wenn man in Österreich ist, bezeichnet u.a. Deutsch…23 Replies
dogs, keep out!Last post 01 Nov 09, 07:58
dogs, keep out! Hi, was heißt das auf Deutsch? Danke!2 Replies
Da es draußen regnet / Es regnet draußenLast post 27 Aug 06, 18:14
Ein (nicht-deutscher) Freund fragte mich doch letztens tatsächlich warum man "Es regnet drau…16 Replies
out front sth. - draußen vor etw.Last post 08 Jul 10, 16:01
Out front the house featured a large picture window, about 60 square, flanked by casement wi…2 Replies
to keep one's cool - gelassen bleibenLast post 23 May 07, 10:21
Taken aback by his questions, although legitimate, and keeping my cool I suggested he might …2 Replies
out-dated - ---Last post 12 Nov 10, 10:21
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