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to spark sth.

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to spark fears - Ängste auslösenLast post 07 Jun 15, 21:55
The new curriculum has sparked fears. Ist die Kollokation "Ängste auslösen" richtig?5 Replies
eine Panik auslösen - to spark a scareLast post 09 Dec 08, 19:34
Die Agenten befürchten, dass Hacker eine Panik auslösen und damit weitere massive Verluste a…2 Replies
spark-plug, spark plug - Initator, treibende KraftLast post 06 Nov 09, 20:20
OED: 2. fig. One who or that which initiates or is the driving force behind any activity or …0 Replies
lightning sparkLast post 02 Oct 08, 02:59
Hi everyone, I (german as mother tongue) stumpled across a strange band name and became curi…3 Replies
spark gap detonator - SpaltzündmittelLast post 23 Jul 09, 13:29
Bezeichnung gemäß Hersteller1 Replies
spark knock - MotorklopfenLast post 23 Nov 08, 12:02
Knocking (also called knock, detonation or spark knock, pinking in UK English or pinging in …0 Replies
SparkLast post 29 Feb 08, 10:57
Electrical Technician or Electrician= "Spark" or "Sparkie" In the UK electrical technicians…1 Replies
to trip - switch\t - auslösen - per Schalter abschaltenLast post 12 Nov 07, 15:00
PONS online: • trip\t ... III. transitives Verb ... 3. Technik in Gang3 Replies
Heat rating of a spark plug - Wärmewert einer ZündkerzeLast post 12 Sep 08, 14:51
Wikipedia - indicates the capability of t…0 Replies
"to spark sth." vs "to spark sth. off" Last post 29 Feb 12, 14:47
Sind "to spark sth. off" ( Replies

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