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to lift sth.

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etw. hochziehen

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hochziehen
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Kragen hochziehen Last post 30 Apr 11, 21:27
wie sagt man das, wenn man den Kragen (der Jacke) hochgezogen hält (mit einer Hand), um vom …3 Replies
lift - hebLast post 30 Nov 05, 09:34
Heb via het internet mijn Rekeningnummer nagekeken, en inderdaad, het bedrag is van mijn Rek…4 Replies
to lift a single - ein Single auskoppelnLast post 08 Jan 08, 14:20
3. f. 9 CD oder Schallplatte mit nur wenigen Liedern Wahrig. http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=end1 Replies
gondola lift - GondelbahnLast post 28 Jun 09, 12:27
A gondola lift is a type of aerial lift, often called a cable car, which consists of a loop …2 Replies
hitch up - hochziehen (einer Hose)Last post 21 Sep 10, 11:38
Song "Tom's Diner": She is hitching up her skirt Pons gibt an: "Hosen hochziehen."4 Replies
to hike up - hochziehenLast post 19 Mar 12, 10:35
Female competitors must wear a two-piece costume when competing and although prints, fringes…2 Replies
to raise up - hochziehenLast post 19 Apr 09, 17:59
About one million South Africans have left since the end of apartheid, often for London or W…1 Replies
hochziehenLast post 22 Sep 06, 13:00
eine Mauer hochziehen Does this imply that an existing wall is made higher ('brought up'), o…1 Replies
hochziehenLast post 09 Oct 07, 17:33
ein Gebauede hochziehen, d.h. sehr schnell und effektiv bauen - to erect a building over night?1 Replies
hochziehenLast post 17 Jul 09, 23:03
Er zog sie aus dem Sessel hoch ... He pulled her up ... oder wie ?3 Replies
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