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to stick

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fressen

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fressen
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fressenLast post 12 Sep 17, 17:39
"fressen" kommt sicher in irgendeiner Weise von "essen" oder? Wurde das zusammen gekürtzt au…7 Replies
stick-figure - StrichmännchenLast post 28 Jun 11, 23:04
The hyphen is not generally used with this compound noun http://www.merriam-webster.com/dic…3 Replies
to take stick - *Last post 12 Aug 21, 09:11
LEO: to take stick (over (oder: about) sth.) [ugs.] – (wegen einer SacheGen.) viel einstecke…0 Replies
scrut - fressenLast post 15 Sep 20, 11:50
Urban dictionary definitions are a bit vague. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term…5 Replies
Zombies essen/fressenLast post 09 Jun 16, 13:14
Which is preferable? You can find examples of both on the internet.19 Replies
stick aroundLast post 01 Oct 09, 09:20
Kann "stick around" von einem TV Moderator einer amerikanischen Late-Night-Show im Sinne von…4 Replies
writing stickLast post 01 Jul 11, 23:39
Wait a sec -- I gotta get a writing stick. Context: American slang Du musst was aufschreibe25 Replies
memory stick - MemorystickLast post 21 Mar 11, 22:16
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_flash_drive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_flash_drive#Na…23 Replies
OALD USB StickLast post 08 Aug 08, 22:40
Ich habe das Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (7th ed.) incl. CD und würde es gerne auf e…9 Replies
to pit - fressen, ..., gefressenLast post 22 Aug 12, 09:52
verb (pits, pitting, pitted)[with object]1 (pit someone/thing against) set someone or someth…0 Replies
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