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to wake up

Definition (britisch)

wake, up
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

wake, up
Merriam Webster

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wake, up
Merriam Webster

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verbs


wake, up
Online Etymology Dictionary




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wake up to vs. wake up withLast post 04 Aug 14, 23:17
I wake up to the sound/smell/... of... I wake up with the sound/smell/... of... I wake up *…3 Replies
to wake with a start - plötzlich aufwachenLast post 21 Sep 05, 17:14
Peter woke to a start. Kann man das so übersetzen?2 Replies
wake upLast post 17 Nov 09, 09:38
The processor is kept in sleep state and then triggered to wake up. Was könnt' man denn hie…2 Replies
to wake up to sth.Last post 31 Oct 13, 00:12
Liebe Leoniden, im Dico steht zu "to wake up to sth." eine einzige Übersetzung: "sich einer…8 Replies
I can't wake up vs. I can't wakeLast post 28 Dec 08, 00:43
Gibt's da einen Unterschied? Wenn ja welchen?5 Replies
how wake up/ how to wake upLast post 12 May 09, 23:50
how wake up in a city that never sleeps, oder geht nur how to wake up in a city.... viel…3 Replies
wake up to vs. wake up withLast post 05 Aug 14, 01:01
I wake up to the sound/smell/... of... I wake up with the sound/smell/... of... I wake up *…5 Replies
Wake up and smell the coffeeLast post 25 Oct 10, 11:27
Guten Morgen, liebe LEOs, gerade im ARD-Morgenmagazin wurden Ausschnitte aus einer Dokumenta…12 Replies
Every morning, I wake up to birdsongLast post 03 Dec 12, 02:24
Can the following phrases be used interchangeably or is "birdsong" old-fashioned and/or not …18 Replies
wake up toLast post 25 Sep 07, 08:20
This morning I woke up to a beautiful sunny day. On Saturday I woke up to the first frost. …3 Replies
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