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a bad egg

 

Definition (britisch)

bad, egg
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

bad, egg
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

bad, egg
Merriam Webster

Etymology

bad, egg
Online Etymology Dictionary
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ein schlechter Kerl

 

Definition:

Kerl
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

bad phrase - schlechter UmgangstonLast post 30 Aug 06, 11:28
Search-combination of both words "bad" + "phrase" did not return a proper result. From my po…1 Replies
bad breath - schlechter AtemLast post 28 Jan 11, 00:02
He had bad breath. Er hatte schlechten Atem. Geht das, oder muss man "Mundgeruch" benutzen…9 Replies
bad eater - schlechter EsserLast post 09 Sep 09, 02:57
"You can't do like Len here - eat everything you want and expect to get away with it." "Now,…9 Replies
schlechter Scherz - bad jokeLast post 30 Oct 09, 20:04
Der Oppositionsführer im Landtag nannte die Pläne der Regierung einen "schlechten Scherz". (…3 Replies
bad gateway - schlechter TorwegLast post 07 Feb 16, 18:37
bad gateway Hallo,wie würdet ihr das übersetzen?Danke!5 Replies
bad - magelhaftLast post 11 Aug 08, 19:01
Ich hab' grad die Übersetzungen für "bad" anzeigen lassen. Neben "mies" oder "arg" war auch …4 Replies
regional eggLast post 13 Mar 17, 13:55
On the occasion of having been offered a "Lehn-Ei" (soft-boiled egg) by a GNS (Southern G), …99 Replies
Scotch eggLast post 03 Jun 10, 18:07
In einer Folge von "The Office" isst ein Angestellter ein Scotch egg. Was kann man sich daru…25 Replies
egg whisk / egg whip / egg beaterLast post 19 Jun 11, 21:42
Are they 100% synonymous or do they have slightly different meanings? For example -> http:/…8 Replies
poached egg - SetzeiLast post 16 Oct 07, 12:33
"Setzei" ist ein Schmarrn. Laut Duden ist das norddeutsch für Spiegelei, müsste also in jede…8 Replies
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