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to make a face


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make, face
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make, face
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make, face
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make, face
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eine Grimasse schneiden



Grimasse, schneiden

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eine Grimasse schneidenLast post 21 May 07, 12:39
Er schnitt eine Grimasse und sie verstand sofort.2 Replies
to gurn (BE) - das Gesicht (zu einer Grimasse oder Fratze) verziehen, eine Grimasse schneiden, eine Fratze machenLast post 16 Jul 05, 15:10
Wikipedia, Urban Dictionary, World Wide Words But, revisiting [The Cider House Rules] now, f…1 Replies
rictus - Grimasse, FratzeLast post 18 Apr 18, 16:25 1 Replies
Kohl schneidenLast post 04 Dec 11, 13:39
I've pieced this together from The White Ribbon -- hope I got it right. Der Weizen ist gesch13 Replies
face - OrtsbrustLast post 16 Nov 08, 12:16
> correct English translation is: tunnel face > see: Maidl, Mechanised Shield Tunnell…4 Replies
to intersect - sich schneidenLast post 11 Feb 09, 10:53 Doppeleintrag; Vorschlag: ganz l0 Replies
clock face/dial - ZiffernblattLast post 22 Oct 05, 22:31
Es gibt zwei Einträge zu "Ziffernblatt" (mit "n") und drei zu "Zifferblatt". Im Duden steht…13 Replies
early make contakt - FrühschließerLast post 20 Oct 10, 14:06
7 hits for "early make contakt", all word lists (from which this error was probably imported…0 Replies
to make out - knutschenLast post 20 Jan 10, 10:54
I can't tell you how humorous this word sounds to me as a British person. It is a well know…3 Replies
communicating face to faceLast post 05 May 11, 23:04
Why do people not communicate from face to face? Can you use the preposition from here? thanx1 Replies

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