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to say sth. under one's breath


Definition (British English)

say, under, breath
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Definition (American English)

say, under, one's, breath
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say, under, one's, breath
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say, under, breath
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etw. im Flüsterton sagen



Flüsterton, sagen

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Auf diesen Fehler wurde ich hier hingewiesen:…4 Replies
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What about the brother of one's brother-in-law?? He is also my Schwippschwager (my sister's…6 Replies
to nod one's head - mit dem Kopf nicken Last post 10 Dec 07, 18:11
Er nickte mit dem Kopf? Nee, oder? Mit was denn sonst?14 Replies

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