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to hang out - herumhaengenLast post 08 Apr 04, 11:08
I tried using "herumhaengen" with a German friend and he said "rumhaengen" is the right way …5 Replies
to creep out - herausquellenLast post 07 Jan 06, 21:04
"creep" ist nicht "dwell", oder? Quellen kann doch nur etwas Flüssiges, und das hat "creep" …4 Replies
to lock out - verriegelnLast post 17 May 13, 14:28
lock out Definitions verb 1.to prevent from entering by locking a door 2.to prevent (employe…22 Replies
to make out - knutschenLast post 20 Jan 10, 10:54
I can't tell you how humorous this word sounds to me as a British person. It is a well know…3 Replies
to live out (Amer.) - überlebenLast post 08 Sep 09, 04:58
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=en&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&2 Replies
to phase out - abschaffenLast post 01 Jun 07, 05:10
~DWDS~ abschaffen: b) etw. aufheben, außer Kraft setzen: die Todesstrafe, e. Gesetz, Steue1 Replies
to pull out - zurückziehenLast post 01 Jan 08, 23:08
X-Factor winner Leon Jackson had been due to open the Hogmanay street party, but had to pull…1 Replies
start to work /start work/start working (en)Last post 06 Jan 06, 18:37
Example: She starts work at 9 in the morning. By revision of my father's course notes recor…13 Replies
to peck out - aushackenLast post 31 Jan 06, 15:39
Was soll bitte 'aushacken' bedeuten? Ich habe dieses Wort noch nie gehört, und habe auch kei…8 Replies
interested to start Last post 15 Oct 13, 23:23
Is that even correct? "interested in starting" sounds better to me, but I wonder whether "to…5 Replies