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to drop a brick


Definition (British English)

drop, brick
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

drop, brick
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

drop, brick
Merriam Webster


drop, brick
Online Etymology Dictionary

einen Schnitzer machen



Schnitzer, machen

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Brick LaneLast post 09 Feb 13, 10:16
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I picked this word from the urban dictionary, which says that this expressions is from Brook…5 Replies
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Dunkin, Donuts. That's one type of coding Ellie used - a kind of rebus soundalike. Diane la…31 Replies
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ok, das ist an sich wörtlich korrekt, aber in keinem Kontext würde man 'drop dead' wirklich …4 Replies
Brick Lining - VormauerungLast post 21 Mar 07, 14:05
Quelle: The Directorate of Engineering and Housing Dictionary1 Replies
Drop dead! - Fall tot um!Last post 10 Dec 06, 22:02
Die wörtliche Übersetzung ist einfach nur Unsinn. Idiomatische deutsche Entsprechungen wären…3 Replies
brick building - der ZiegelbauLast post 29 Dec 06, 18:15
Ziegel-, ziegel-: -bau, der 1. /ohne Pl./ das Herstellen von Bauten aus Ziegeln 2. /Pl. …0 Replies

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