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to drop dead

 

Definition (British English)

drop
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

drop, dead
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

drop, dead
Merriam Webster

Etymology

drop, dead
Online Etymology Dictionary
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tot umfallen

 

Definition:

tot, umfallen
DWDS

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drop dead! - fall tot um!Last post 24 Jan 06, 21:28
ok, das ist an sich wörtlich korrekt, aber in keinem Kontext würde man 'drop dead' wirklich …4 Replies
Drop dead! - Fall tot um!Last post 10 Dec 06, 22:02
Die wörtliche Übersetzung ist einfach nur Unsinn. Idiomatische deutsche Entsprechungen wären…3 Replies
Fall tot um! - Drop dead!Last post 02 Jul 08, 09:56
I actually *want* to say something like "Please roll over and die!" or "I wish you'd die imm…6 Replies
Drop dead! - Fall tot um!Last post 26 Jul 14, 19:01
dict.leo.org I have never heard this in German in a context where I might expect "drop dead…10 Replies
drop-deadLast post 04 Aug 11, 13:31
Are we three authors 100 percent drop-dead certain of reports that Venus is hot, dry, and mo…13 Replies
dead drop - toter BriefkastenLast post 07 Feb 06, 19:13
Duden Universalwörterbuch: [toter] Briefkasten (von Spionen, Agenten vereinbarter Ort, Stell…1 Replies
drop dead feeLast post 21 Jul 10, 13:07
Hallo zusammen, wie lautet der deutsche Begriff für "drop dead fee"? ist aus einem Vertrag…3 Replies
drop dead dateLast post 13 Nov 09, 16:35
Assume that you are buying or selling a company and the offer is only good to a specific dat…5 Replies
drop dead beautiful - umwerfend schönLast post 12 Sep 07, 11:24
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dead / the dead - der Tote Last post 22 Apr 10, 17:08
14 (the dead) dead people http://www.chambersharrap.co.uk/chambers/features/chref/chref.py/m…5 Replies
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