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by the skin of one's teeth


Definition (British English)

by, skin, of, tooth
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

by, skin, of, one's, tooth
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

by, skin, of, one's, tooth
Merriam Webster


by, skin, of, tooth
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mit knapper Not



mit, knapp, Not

Forum discussions containing the search term

By the skin of one's teethLast post 29 Nov 10, 22:21
What's the meaning of this saw and it is possible that someone writes a sentence with this s…4 Replies
sucking one's teethLast post 11 Jan 08, 13:00
what exactly is involved in this? Try as I might, I cannot imagine the action, and trying to…12 Replies
set one's teethLast post 16 Sep 13, 15:48
So Eragon set his teeth and silently rehearsed the stories he had concocted to explain his t…4 Replies
to grit one's teeth - mit den Zähnen knirschenLast post 28 Feb 14, 10:36
s.o. s.o. s.18 Replies
care of one's face / of the skin - Gesichtspflege / HautpflegeLast post 11 Jan 11, 11:37 Replies
to suck one's teethLast post 31 Oct 16, 13:18
... he said, sucking his teeth.35 Replies
to jump out of one's skinLast post 23 Mar 11, 12:51
He nearly jumped out of his skin when he saw his friend ... Fällt euch hier eine Formulieru…22 Replies
mess by the skin of our teethLast post 18 Nov 15, 20:25
Der Satz stammt aus Jim Butcher's Dresden Files - Skin game: Ladies, gents, what a treat it…6 Replies
brother of one's sister-in-law; husband of one's sister-in-law - SchwippschwagerLast post 23 Jan 08, 23:47
What about the brother of one's brother-in-law?? He is also my Schwippschwager (my sister's…6 Replies
to cut one's teeth - erste Erfahrungen sammelnLast post 29 Aug 12, 15:22 Idioms cut your …5 Replies

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