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to detonate sth.

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detonate
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detonate
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detonate
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detonate
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etw. in die Luft sprengen

 

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in, Luft, sprengen
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to demolish sth. - etw. sprengenLast post 01 Jun 14, 11:46
Verb 1. demolish - destroy completely; "the wrecking ball demolished the building"; "demol…17 Replies
gallop - sprengenLast post 22 Oct 07, 04:16
gallop (v.intr.): To ride a horse at a gallop. Amer. Heritage www.answers.com/topic/gallop …1 Replies
sprinkle - sprengenLast post 27 Aug 08, 22:25
den Rasen sprengen DWDS: sprengen2 /Vb./ etw. feucht machen, indem man Wasser darauf sprit…8 Replies
to be out of proportion - sprengenLast post 20 Jan 13, 16:39
to be out of proportion TO sth. = in keiner Relation ZU etw. stehen (den Rahmen) von etw. sp…0 Replies
detonate the streetsLast post 23 Jul 08, 14:25
Das ist eine Textstelle aus einem Lied. Für ein bisschen mehr Kontext: http://www.magistri…1 Replies
sprengen - various meaningsLast post 14 May 10, 01:10
I just read "sprengen" again, and it reminded me of a question that I have had for a while. …38 Replies
Trouble's brewing! - Dicke Luft!Last post 23 Dec 07, 13:37
irgendwo ist/herrscht dicke L. (ugs.; es herrscht eine gespannte Atmosphäre, eine gereizte S…5 Replies
detonate the streetsLast post 23 Jul 08, 16:39
Das ist eine Textstelle aus einem Lied. Für ein bisschen mehr Kontext: http://www.magistri…3 Replies
to end in smoke - sich in Luft auflösenLast post 25 May 10, 08:51
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&5 Replies
to force open - sprengenLast post 20 Apr 14, 23:50
5: to achieve or win by strength in struggle or violence: as b : to break open or throu…12 Replies
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