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to wound so.

Definition (British English)

wound
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Definition (American English)

wound
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wound
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Etymology

wound
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to vulnerate - verwundenLast post 27 Apr 09, 20:38
I vulnerate you. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Vulnerate http://dictionary.reference.com…1 Replies
tape wound core [tech.] - SchnittbandkerneLast post 09 Mar 15, 19:42
http://dict.leo.org/ende/index_de.html#/search=schnittbandkerne&searchLoc=0&resultOrder=basi1 Replies
verwundenLast post 09 Sep 09, 07:08
Hier im Haus war es unmöglich zu übersehen, dass Charlie die Trennung von meiner Mutter nie …1 Replies
angry (wound) [med.] - entzündet (Wunde, Verletzung)Last post 25 Jan 08, 10:35
Two native english speakers in my office just told me that "angry" is just not the right wor…22 Replies
woundLast post 10 Jun 10, 14:56
THIS ALL SURFACE TRAINING BALL MADE OF TOUGH WOUND MATERIAL... Was heisst in dem Fall wound…4 Replies
wound - BlessurLast post 16 Mar 10, 00:58
There is an entry in [a href="http://www.canoo.net/services/Controller?input=blessur&MenuId=…7 Replies
axe wound - FotzeLast post 21 Jun 11, 04:31
Vieler meiner englischen Freunde haben dieses Wort als Synonym für "Fotze" benutzt. Es ist s…1 Replies
Wickelgut - Wound stuffLast post 27 Jul 09, 11:13
http://dict.leo.org/forum/viewUnsolvedquery.php?idThread=523766&idForum=1&lp=ende&lang=d8 Replies
Eintrittswunde - enter wound ( Im Gegensatz zu exit wound )Last post 22 Oct 06, 01:19
general q. - -7 Replies
tightly woundLast post 08 Nov 07, 12:23
She was a tightly wound, bony little girl. bedeutet tightly wound soviel wie schlank oder s…1 Replies
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