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to take a great fancy to so.


Definition (British English)

take, great, fancy
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

take, great, fancy
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

take, great, fancy
Merriam Webster


take, great, fancy
Online Etymology Dictionary

einen Narren an jmdm. fressen



Narr, an, fressen

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