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der Dreck




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Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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soft dirt - Kehricht, MüllLast post 19 Aug 15, 23:32 Replies
dreck; also: drek - der DreckLast post 26 Jun 15, 13:40
dreck /drek/ • noun informal rubbish. — ORIGIN Yiddish, ‘filth, dregs’. ht15 Replies
dreck - MistLast post 05 Jan 07, 21:00 Replies
dirty money - SchmutzzulageLast post 06 Jun 08, 18:48
s. Hamblock/Wessels u.a. Ich nehme an, das y ist da irgendwie nur reingerutscht. s. Hamblock…1 Replies
dirt bike - GeländemotorradLast post 15 Jan 14, 19:32
AHDE: A lightweight motorcycle designed for use on rough surfaces, such as dirt roads or tr…12 Replies
dirt (chiefly AE) - ErdeLast post 18 Feb 19, 13:17
Wö : loose or packed soil or sand : earth a mound of dirta dirt road…5 Replies
Matsch, Dreck, SchlammLast post 07 Mar 14, 10:17
regionale Unterschiede? oder noch einen Unterschied?0 Replies
Dreck - Ist "dreck" ein englisches Wort?Last post 04 Sep 10, 00:43
Bin gerade über folgenden Cartoon gestoßen: Ist "dre…9 Replies
throw dirt on his nameLast post 05 Mar 09, 06:40
I think Peter made a very bad decision in marrying Sophie if this is really true. I don't ca…10 Replies
dirt-poor - bettelarmLast post 07 Dec 14, 09:19
For dirt-poor farmers, opium brings 10 times the price of wheat. -10 Replies
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