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to be stuffed

Definition (britisch)

be, stuffed
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

be, stuffed
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Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

be, stuffed
Merriam Webster

Etymology

be, stuffed
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voll sein

Definition:

voll, sein
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To be stuffed - Dumm dastehenLast post 17 Oct 07, 11:25
Known, but missing.2 Replies
voll sein - to be tankedLast post 19 Apr 11, 19:41
Dieter: "Auf, Thomsen, ’n Bierchen geht noch." Thomas: "Nee, Dietze, ich bin schon voll. Und…1 Replies
stuffed animal - KuscheltierLast post 22 Feb 06, 23:35
Students will bring a stuff animal to school and create a class graph and individual pet boo…18 Replies
to be 'with it' - voll im Trend seinLast post 12 Feb 07, 19:11
aus " key words in context" ( thematischer Mittelstufenwortschatz)2 Replies
to be stuffed upLast post 05 Jan 09, 17:23
"I am stuffed up, far into rear end." Diese Worte sagt eine literarische Figur, deren Welt g…2 Replies
stuffed shirt [ugs.] [pej.] - der Stockfisch (Langweiler)Last post 03 Apr 18, 11:10
LEO:stockfish [KULIN.] \t- der Stockfisch dried cod [KULIN.]\t \t- \tder Stockfisch stuffed …7 Replies
to be exercised - aufgeregt seinLast post 19 Jun 04, 08:29
Frage zur Übersetzung im LEO: Wenn ich dort nach "aufgeregt sein" suche kommt als Ergebnis …4 Replies
to be stretched - überbeansprucht seinLast post 05 Nov 12, 00:16
stretched (strɛtʃt) Definitions adjective under pressure and doing as much as is feasible …1 Replies
to be bugged - angezapft seinLast post 28 May 13, 09:34
vb bugs, bugging, bugged Informal 2. (tr) to conceal a microphone in (a room, etc.) http:/…9 Replies
to be off - gehenLast post 27 Nov 18, 15:21
adv. 1. From a place or position: drove off. 2. a. At a certain distance in space or time: …5 Replies
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