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Hold the wire!

 

Definition (American English)

Hold, wire
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Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

Hold, wire
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Etymology

wire
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Bleiben Sie am Apparat!

 

Definition:

Sie, Apparat
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Es gibt im Deutschen ja einige "Quatschübersetzungen" wie "You are heavy on wire" -> "Du bis…50 Replies
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In dem Buch, das ich gerade lese (Roman, US) sieht jemand in einem hardware store "spools of…7 Replies
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