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to go weak at the knees

Definition (britisch)

go, weak, at, knee
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

go, weak, at, knee
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

go, weak, at, knee
Merriam Webster

Etymology

go, weak, at, knee
Online Etymology Dictionary
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weiche Knie bekommen

 

Definition:

weichen, weich, Knie, bekommen
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

weiche KnieLast post 15 Aug 05, 16:34
"weiche Knie habe ich schon ..." im Sinne von : Ich habe jetzt schon Angst, genug Angst, mi…1 Replies
weiche KnieLast post 06 Apr 10, 23:04
Jemand erhält eine Nachricht und es werden ihm die Knie weich ich habe hier eine Übersetzun…15 Replies
to bring so. to his knees - jmdn. in die Knie zwingenLast post 04 Sep 06, 17:14
bring somebody/something to their knees to destroy or defeat someone or something Sanctions…13 Replies
to bring so. to their knees - jmdm. in die Knie zwingenLast post 10 Feb 10, 13:11
"to destroy or defeat someone or something Sanctions were imposed in an attempt to bring the…5 Replies
begone - fortLast post 19 Jul 10, 17:34
M-W: be·gone Function: intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English, from be gone (imp…11 Replies
knee-bends - KniebeugenLast post 14 Jan 09, 17:54
http://www.bodybuildingforyou.com/training-fitness/leg-muscle-squat-exercise.htm knee-bends …5 Replies
knee timber - KrummholzLast post 01 Dec 07, 21:35
aus der oben zitierten Quelle: krummholz (No English equivalent: the German term is commonl…5 Replies
knee socks - KniestrümpfeLast post 20 Apr 04, 14:39
Merrium Webster calls knee socks "knee-high socks" http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary…4 Replies
auf die knie fallen - to fall onto one's kneesLast post 28 Feb 08, 13:39
"Sie fiel neben ihrem Vater auf die Knie." Can you say that in English: "She fell (on?)to he…2 Replies
weak - feebleLast post 17 Feb 08, 21:16
Hallo, weiß jemand, wann "weak" und wann "feeble" gebraucht wird ? 2 Replies
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