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to follow one's nose


Definition (British English)

follow, nose
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

follow, one's, nose
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

follow, one's, nose
Merriam Webster


follow, nose
Online Etymology Dictionary

der Nase nachgehen



Nase, nachgehen

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to blow one's nose - sich die Nase schnäuzenLast post 06 Apr 07, 16:06
2 Einträge: to honk\t- lautstark schnäuzen to blow one's nose - sich die Nase schnäuzen http…5 Replies
to pick one's nose - in der Nase polkenLast post 23 Apr 12, 07:00
In der Nase polken: (norddeutsch salopp) in der …0 Replies
come down one's noseLast post 19 Nov 09, 14:35
She spluttered at her own joke, and orange juice came down her nose. Do you say in German: …6 Replies
to have one's nose piercedLast post 25 Jun 08, 11:51
how do you say this in past tense?3 Replies
to follow the leadings of one's heart - der Stimme seines Herzens folgenLast post 20 Oct 15, 09:09
Als Quelle wird Merriam Webster angegeben. Wenn man dort nachschaut wird "leading" nur als A…5 Replies
on one's kneen - kniendLast post 20 Aug 15, 17:29's+knees on one's / its knees, a. in a suppli…10 Replies
etwas nachgehen - follow upLast post 22 Oct 07, 18:19
In der Vergangenheit sind die Lieferanten der Musterung nicht sorgfältig genug nachgegangen.…3 Replies
seiner Arbeit nachgehen - to ply one's tradeLast post 24 Feb 14, 15:14
Täglich gehen ca. 40 Millionen Menschen in Deutschland ihrer Arbeit nach, um das Geld für de…1 Replies
to exercise one's profession - seinem Beruf nachgehenLast post 13 Jan 11, 19:46
In order to exercise their profession, journalists are entitled to a press card issued by th…1 Replies
to thumb one's nose at s.o. - jemandem eine lange Nase machenLast post 09 Apr 08, 13:19 thumb one’s nose at informal show disdain 5 Replies

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