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jumpy - sprunghaftLast post 21 Jun 14, 18:01
When we passed through the last checkpoint held by armed men loyal to the self-declared Luha…10 Replies
atwitter - nervös, beunruhigtLast post 12 Jul 14, 22:01
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/atwitter http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/at…1 Replies
dithery - fahrig, nervösLast post 17 May 18, 16:34
"The first man seemed astonished to see police there - but he was less dithery than the poli…0 Replies
nervös - edgilyLast post 12 Dec 14, 11:06
Er wolle nicht weiter stören, sagte der Mann nervös und ging fort. -6 Replies
jumpy - schreckhaftLast post 30 Aug 08, 19:45
ist das eher umgangssprachlich oder kann ich das in einer Seminararbeit verwenden??? --> gi…4 Replies
fretful - unruhig, nervös, ängstlichLast post 06 Nov 09, 16:15
She was sleeping fretfully. He was a fretful child. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionar…1 Replies
nervösLast post 10 Jul 09, 11:42
Anleger bleiben nervös. Investors are still antsy?5 Replies
to get the heebiejeebies - Manschetten bekommen, nervös werden.Last post 05 Nov 06, 17:07
cited from the American cartoonist Billy DeBeck heebiejeebies is of course a colloquialism,…6 Replies
aflutter - aufgeregt, nervös, unruhig; flatternd; flattrig, flatterig; zappeligLast post 15 Mar 18, 20:35
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/aflutterhttps://dictionary.cambridge.org/de/aussp…1 Replies
nervös werden Last post 09 Jan 09, 15:58
Nicht ängstlich, schaudernd sondern unruhig werden bis aus dem Konzept kommen. Gibt es da ve…1 Replies

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