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packed to the gunnels


Definition (British English)

packed, gunnel
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

packed, gunnel
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

packed, gunnel
Merriam Webster


Online Etymology Dictionary

gerammelt voll




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packed to the gunnels Last post 19 Apr 21, 23:12 - wondering whether this refers to gunWALES ra…7 Replies
jam-packed, etc. - voll gestopftLast post 14 Jul 09, 10:01
Aus: WAHRIG Rechtschreibung * voll|ge|stopft Examples from DWDS o.A. [H.F.], Volksbüh…3 Replies
jam-packed, chock-a-block, chockablock, chock-full, chockful - rammelvollLast post 24 Jul 11, 14:33
Duden: Die deutsche Rechtschreibung rammelvoll (ugs. für sehr voll) Examples of 6 Replies
crammed full - gesteckt vollLast post 04 May 10, 23:06
ste|cken [...] ● der Saal war gesteckt voll (umg.) ganz voll, überfüllt aus: Wahri27 Replies
firmly packed brown sugarLast post 24 Sep 14, 13:06
Rezept für cup cake fordert 3/4 cup (16og) firmly packed [???]brown sugar Ich stolp70 Replies
Die Tanzfläche war voll. - The dance floor was filled? packed?Last post 07 Sep 07, 22:35
O weh ... Ich würd mich über Hilfe riesig freuen!4 Replies
abuzz - voll vonLast post 21 Oct 12, 20:24
a·buzz (-bz) adj. Filled with or as if with a buzzing sound: a field abuzz with snowmobiles;…0 Replies
packed red cells - ErythrozytenkonzentratLast post 21 Sep 07, 14:40 (Table 2) oder…7 Replies
cushion packed - polsterverpacktLast post 21 Nov 06, 10:48
Versand von grossen Artikeln (also kein Umschlag!) Cushion pscked and shipped direct Ich ver…1 Replies
crammed - voll gestopftLast post 25 Mar 08, 09:27
Hallo! Ich bin gerade auf die Übersetzung "voll gestopft" gestoßen und bin etwas verwirrt. …2 Replies

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