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to give so. the sack


Definition (britisch)

give, sack
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Definition (amerikanisch)

give, sack
Merriam Webster

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give, sack
Merriam Webster


give, sack
Online Etymology Dictionary

jmdn. schassen




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to sack s.o., to fire s.o. - schassenLast post 14 Mar 12, 12:24
Should not be necessary! Addition to existing entries for "schassen".3 Replies
cashier - entlassenLast post 26 Aug 13, 19:08,…1 Replies
Was für ein Sack ist ein 'sack' ?Last post 20 May 10, 14:26
Merriam-Webster gibt für das englische Wort sack an: "a usually rectangular-shaped bag (as o…30 Replies
a sackful of - einen Sack vollLast post 16 Jun 08, 00:03
Nominativ ein Sack (voll)etw.5 Replies
Give paw! - Gib Pfötchen!Last post 10 Sep 08, 12:53
I have no clue what this means in English. The only possible idea I could come up with is a …1 Replies
to give birth - entbindenLast post 25 Jan 06, 14:27
Mag jetzt durchaus sein, dass man da nochmal einen Mediziner fragen sollte, aber "entbinden…7 Replies
sack race - SackhüpfenLast post 26 Feb 18, 10:20
I asked friends and they told me "Sackhüpfen" was "sack race" in English. Pretty simple ent…10 Replies
sack truck - Sackkarre Last post 23 May 06, 16:23 Replies
giveLast post 11 Dec 09, 04:35
The amount of the money a politician gave the people in the form of a loan exceeded the amou…2 Replies
to catch up/to chase - jmdn. schassen [ugs.] regional ergreifen, fassen/ jagen scheuchenLast post 22 Apr 15, 17:51
schas|sen ‹urspr. Studentenspr., zu fr. chasser "(fort)jagen", dies über das Vulgärlat. aus 17 Replies
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