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Shake!

 

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Shake
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Shake
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Gib Pfötchen!

 

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Pfötchen
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Give paw! - Gib Pfötchen!Last post 25 Jan 06, 14:27
I have no clue what this means in English. The only possible idea I could come up with is a …7 Replies
shake - der SchüttelLast post 03 Nov 09, 21:56
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&2 Replies
milk shake - das MilchmixgetränkLast post 22 Jun 06, 18:59
Es mag ja sein, dass "milk shake" umfassender benutzt wird als für püriertes Eis in Milch, a…24 Replies
to shake down - kampierenLast post 17 Jul 06, 10:35
I can't think of any meaning for either word/phrase that would make "to shake down =" kampie…11 Replies
PfötchenLast post 05 Aug 02, 14:12
Pfötchen als Verniedlichung und auch im Umgangssprachlichen Kontext "Pfötchen geben", "gib P…1 Replies
Give him beans! - Gib ihm Saures!Last post 23 Jul 09, 18:11
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=en&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&0 Replies
shake hands in China?Last post 12 Jun 07, 13:26
Wie ist das gibt man sich in China die Hand? Ich weiß die Koreaner tun es aber nur sehr, seh…6 Replies
to shake a leg - das Tanzbein schwingenLast post 19 Nov 07, 16:47
http://www.goenglish.com/ShakeALeg.asp Shake A Leg ( move faster; get going ... ) We say "sh…8 Replies
to shake a leg - das Tanzbein schwingenLast post 05 Nov 10, 09:56
to shake a leg wird ausschliesslich im Sinn von 'sich beeilen' gebraucht, 'das Tanzbein schw…5 Replies
shake roof - SchindeldachLast post 13 Jul 05, 23:21
CC 9 A shake is a wooden shingle that is made from split logs. When these are used for cover…4 Replies

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