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shooting down - AbschießenLast post 24 Dec 12, 14:24
The UN strongly condemned the "shooting down... of a clearly marked UN helicopter" by South …1 Replies
gunning down - abschiessenLast post 19 Mar 08, 21:45
google meinte "Spritzmanipulator" aber das passt nich so wirklich^^2 Replies
to shake down - kampierenLast post 17 Jul 06, 10:35
I can't think of any meaning for either word/phrase that would make "to shake down =" kampie…11 Replies
to beat @down - niederbrennenLast post 21 Sep 08, 18:19
Das betrifft den Vokabeltrainer; wenn man 'niederbrennen' mit 'to beat down' übersetzt, beko…4 Replies
to take the biscuit / cake - den Vogel abschießenLast post 24 Jan 06, 13:13
Mir scheint's, dass die 2 passen nicht zusammen. Collins German Dictionary 4th Edition: de…5 Replies
to breakdown - versagenLast post 16 Dec 05, 18:21 bietet nur Substantive für 'breakdown'.1 Replies
up to / down toLast post 26 Sep 17, 23:31
A colleague was editing a piece about vibrations on trains when she came upon the expression…4 Replies
to knock so. ⇔ down - einen Radfahrer anfahrenLast post 12 Jul 11, 11:53
Da sehe ich nun aber nicht die Beziehung von so. zu Radfahrer. Dann würden die Klitschkos in…1 Replies
to crack down on - hart durchgreifenLast post 13 Jun 13, 10:14
Im Deutschen fehlt die Präposition.7 Replies
to play down sth. - etw. herunterspielenLast post 23 Sep 04, 13:39
Der Eintrag ist richtig, aber zwei sind überflüssig. Derzeit vorhanden: to play sth. down -…6 Replies
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