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to be buried alive


Definition (British English)

be, alive
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

be, buried, alive
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

be, buried, alive
Merriam Webster


be, alive
Online Etymology Dictionary

verschüttet sein



verschütten, sein

Forum discussions containing the search term

be alive - sich bewusst seinLast post 01 Sep 08, 12:34
to the substances of terror he was sufficiently alive, but of its shadows he had no apprehen…2 Replies
alive - förderbarLast post 19 Jul 14, 23:48
OED: alive 2c. Able to be used; in operation, working; fully functional. 1778 W. Pryce M…8 Replies
Man alive! - Menschenskind!Last post 11 Oct 03, 19:15
Ich bin mir nicht 100%ig sicher, aber soweit ich weiß wird "Menschenskind!" doch nur im nega…6 Replies
dead-and-alive, auch dead-alive - totlangweiligLast post 13 Mar 08, 09:52 todlangweilig, oder? 7 Replies
being aliveLast post 16 Jun 13, 09:41
There's a theory that you feel the most alive on your birthday, every year. In other words,…86 Replies
to be alive to somethingLast post 24 Jun 20, 15:43
LEO hat keinen Eintrag zu "to be alive to something" und auch keinen allgemeinen Eintrag zu …7 Replies
to be exercised - aufgeregt seinLast post 19 Jun 04, 08:29
Frage zur Übersetzung im LEO: Wenn ich dort nach "aufgeregt sein" suche kommt als Ergebnis …4 Replies
to be stretched - überbeansprucht seinLast post 05 Nov 12, 00:16
stretched (strɛtʃt) Definitions adjective under pressure and doing as much as is feasible …1 Replies
to be bugged - angezapft seinLast post 28 May 13, 09:34
vb bugs, bugging, bugged Informal 2. (tr) to conceal a microphone in (a room, etc.) http:/…9 Replies
buried - überwältigtLast post 08 Nov 09, 21:26
I feel a bit buried inside cause of that amazing birthday party. Verschüttet kann ja wohl ni…4 Replies

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