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let's face it!

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face, it
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Definition (American English)

face, it
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face, it
Merriam Webster


face, it
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seien wir doch ehrlich!



wir, doch, ehrlich

Forum discussions containing the search term

"Let's connect."Last post 19 Oct 16, 08:32
When I meet people in a business context, they often say "Let's connect." I never know exact…7 Replies
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I came across the former in a book by a British author. The protagonist speaking is an old C…9 Replies
let's face the crowdLast post 14 Apr 11, 22:40
let's face the crowd = den Tatsachen ins Auge sehen ???3 Replies
let's play (LP) - das Let's Play (LP)Last post 08 Jan 18, 18:11’s Play (engl. „Lasst uns spielen“; abgek13 Replies
let's shallLast post 18 Jun 09, 07:48
"Do you want to go to the cinema?" "Shall we?" "Let's shall!" Wie umgangsprachlich ist das? 12 Replies
Let's pretend!Last post 17 Apr 08, 06:36
Is there a good German eqivalent for the English phrase "let's pretend to be XYZ," for examp…39 Replies
Let's speak EnglishLast post 09 Nov 06, 23:57
I've just listened to this funny short video with Marty Feldmann, however I could not unders…11 Replies
seien wir mal ehrlich..Last post 02 Mar 05, 20:29
und.. seien wir mal ehrlich.. ^^^ kennt jemand die richtige übersetzung? es eilt! :-p thanks10 Replies
Let's pack it, man. - Vergessen wir es, Mann.Last post 12 Feb 06, 03:17
Let's forget it. Learning English Compact Course 4 - Klett no5 Replies
"don't let's" vs. "let's don't"Last post 16 Mar 07, 17:24
Which one is correct? Or both? See this thread, where the question popped up first: http:/…17 Replies

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