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wounded - angeschossenLast post 14 Sep 06, 21:32
In the momentary disturbance, he attempted to run away, but, after being shot at and wounded…1 Replies
fatally wounded vs. mortally woundedLast post 07 Dec 09, 06:08
Would any native speaker see a different shade of meaning between both?8 Replies
woundedLast post 03 May 06, 22:42
To [him] they were nothing more than "Gypsies, filthy dogs, inhuman, wounded, dogs". Es geht…5 Replies
wounded and held in a hospital - ist verwundet und wurde in einem Spital aufgenommen Last post 30 Apr 13, 18:29
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, wounded and held in a Boston hospital, has said his brother -- who was ki…5 Replies
walking woundedLast post 03 Feb 12, 14:40
"She´s like the walking wounded." Im Kontext eines Romans geht es um eine Vorgesetzte, die …9 Replies
Ein Mann wurde und andere verwundetLast post 24 Apr 07, 23:35
Selbstgemachte Bombenexplosion tötet 1 in Ingushetia Rußlands Ein Mann wurde und andere ver…1 Replies
delivered a wounded glareLast post 09 Jun 09, 18:34
She pushed past him into the hall, then stopped, delivered a wounded glare and said, "Finish…5 Replies
to charge like a wounded bull - wie ein Aasgeier abkassierenLast post 12 Jun 15, 08:52
Examples: "The restaurant charges like a wounded bull while offering very average food." (h…24 Replies
52 Personen wurden teilweise schwer verletzt. - 52 people were partially fatally wounded.Last post 29 Sep 08, 08:02
An article making fun of the bad usage of German in headlines. Doesn't really sound right in…14 Replies
resentful - nachtragendenLast post 18 Nov 11, 14:12 Replies

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