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grasping person


Definition (British English)

grasping, person
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

grasping, person
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

grasping, person
Merriam Webster


grasping, person
Online Etymology Dictionary

geiziger Mensch



geizig, Mensch

Das Substantiv

English Grammar

Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

Forum discussions containing the search term

unhandsome/ly \t - geizigLast post 05 Jun 19, 20:29…3 Replies
person - Person und MenschLast post 29 Jun 10, 15:31
I'm trying to explain the difference between person, people and peoples. Is this the c7 Replies
body - Person/MenschLast post 16 Nov 09, 14:14
Ich habe in einem Wörterbuch gelesen, dass "body" im Umgangssprachlichen auch "Person/Mensch…7 Replies
mündiger Mensch / reifer Mensch - mature person / seasoned personLast post 21 Oct 09, 17:10
Ein "mündiger Mensch" ist zwischen 30-40 Jahre alt, ein "reifer Mensch" 45-55. Ist "mature" …1 Replies
people-person - geselliger MenschLast post 22 May 09, 01:30…2 Replies
mensch - eine ehrbare PersonLast post 03 Nov 08, 16:37
Kontextbespiel: "Working on these days takes a real mensch." aus Moore,Alan; Gibbons Dave: W…1 Replies
chintzy - geizigLast post 08 Feb 06, 17:22
From The Columbia Guide to Standard American English:…0 Replies
tiefgründiger mensch - profound personLast post 17 Apr 05, 17:29
Kann man das so übersetzen?1 Replies
person of faith - gläubiger MenschLast post 06 May 10, 10:37
The word "faith" often is used as a synonym for religion; people say "What is your faith?" t…1 Replies
Art Mensch.... - type of person?Last post 09 Nov 05, 22:45
Is the following sentence correct? I am the type of person who would really like to talk at…2 Replies

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