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to rub salt into so.'s wounds


Definition (British English)

rub, salt, into, wound
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Definition (American English)

rub, salt, into, wound
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rub, salt, into, wound
Merriam Webster


rub, salt, into, wound
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Salz in jmds. Wunde streuen



Salz, in, Wunde, wund, streuen

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Salz streuen - to salt Last post 24 Dec 10, 00:26
Die Gehwege vor den Grundstücken sind bis 8.00 Uhr vom Schnee zu räumen, und bei Bedarf muss…1 Replies
Salz in die Wunde streuen!Last post 25 Feb 08, 04:45
Es ist so schon schlimm genug! Musst du da auch noch Salz in die Wunde streuen?5 Replies
to rub salt into a woundLast post 30 Aug 06, 01:32
Dave lost his job and then, just to rub salt into the wound, they took away his pension, too…5 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
high in salt/sugar - hoher salz-/ zuckergehaltLast post 15 Apr 10, 09:11
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pink salt - PinksalzLast post 20 Jul 17, 13:37…5 Replies
common salt, common table salt, table salt - NatriumchloridLast post 04 Oct 12, 21:34 Replies
SaltLast post 03 Apr 07, 19:54
Whenever I eat cakes in Germany, they usually seem bland because they lack salt. When I had …41 Replies
salt - SaltLast post 31 Jul 15, 03:24
Salt (Kryptologie), in der Kryptografie ein zusätzlicher zufälliger Schlüssel https://de.wik…1 Replies
to tape someone's wound - jemanden eine Wunde pflasternLast post 02 Jun 10, 19:05
Aus dem amerikanischen Sprachgebrauch. Nicht sicher, ob nur aus dem Mittelwesten. Hallo, mir…2 Replies

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