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Good on yer, mate!


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Good, on, mate
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Good, on, mate
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on, mate
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Gut gemacht!



Gut, gemacht


Gablers Wirtschaftslexikon

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Good on you mate! - Gut gemacht, Kumpel!Last post 14 Dec 07, 18:52 Replies
attaboy - gut gemacht! toll gemacht!Last post 25 Jun 10, 11:12 attaboy –interjection Informal . (used0 Replies
fucking good [vulg.] - unheimlich gutLast post 22 Oct 16, 19:39 Replies
Gut gemeint ist nicht gut gemacht. - Good meant is not good made (?)Last post 03 Jun 08, 14:58
Ich vermute es gibt in English eine mindestens ebenso "griffige" Formulierung.6 Replies
first mate - BootsmannLast post 03 May 08, 14:54
The equation of "first mate" and "Bootsmann" strikes me as odd. "Bootsmann" is usually the "…1 Replies
first mate - bootsmannLast post 28 Oct 07, 12:55 Replies
attaboy! - Gut gemacht!Last post 09 Sep 11, 22:36
Attaboy is an informal interjection used to show encouragement or approval to a boy or man: …1 Replies
mateLast post 17 Nov 07, 19:40
Servus! Hatte kuerlich eine Diskussion, bei der die Conterpart der Meinung war, das Wort fu…22 Replies
mate - AtzeLast post 18 Jan 12, 09:08
Atze ist schon im Duden enthalten, fehlt hier allerdings als Synonym für "Kumpel". Hab jetzt…16 Replies
G'day, mate. - Wie geht's, Alter?Last post 27 Aug 20, 08:14
"G'day, mate." is a greeting and expects a reply but not an answer. It is not a question. "…8 Replies

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