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to make oneself scarce


Definition (britisch)

make, oneself, scarce
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Definition (amerikanisch)

make, oneself, scarce
Merriam Webster

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make, oneself, scarce
Merriam Webster


make, oneself, scarce
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sich aus dem Staub machen



sich, aus, Staub, machen, Staub

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aus dem Staub machen?Last post 23 Sep 10, 17:17
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She made a promise to herself that if she came out of her situation alive, she had to make s…1 Replies
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Ein Schwarzer versucht, einen Reisescheck einzulösen (Südstaaten USA, 1960), stößt auf Ableh…1 Replies
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No one says this in English. Can we either mark it "archaic" or change the translation to so…7 Replies
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