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to gobble sth. up


Definition (British English)

gobble, up
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

gobble, up
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gobble, up
Merriam Webster


gobble, up
Online Etymology Dictionary

etw. verschlingen



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to gobble up - verschlingenLast post 10 Dec 04, 11:55 China is gobbling up resources at unpre…1 Replies
to gobble - schmatzenLast post 02 Aug 06, 00:44
Siehe auch diese Diskussion:   related discussion:Hoer auf zu schmatzen Ich kenne gobble 4 Replies
gobble gobbleLast post 05 Mar 17, 22:12
Zugdurchsage: "On behalf of the Transit Authority, I'm required to wish you a happy Thanks…17 Replies
to raven - verschlingenLast post 02 Jul 05, 18:34
see examples Cassell's German Dictionary: ²raven, I. v.i. 1. rauben, plündern, Beute machen;…0 Replies
gobble upLast post 30 Jul 10, 06:24
You need a strategy that ensures that you get what you need while everyone else continues to…10 Replies
double gobbleLast post 31 May 10, 09:11
Habe neulich den Ausdruck "double gobble" gehört. Das hat irgendwas mit Truthahnjagd zu tun.…1 Replies
swallow (fig.) - verschlingenLast post 13 Sep 10, 19:01
1)He disappeared as though the earth (the ground) had swallowed him = Er ist verschwunden, al5 Replies
to suck up - absorbieren, verschlingenLast post 06 Dec 07, 22:17
Asia is sucking up all the available R&D jobs Langenscheidts Großes Schulwörterbuch kleine Erw0 Replies
to gobble upLast post 10 Jul 10, 12:33
Abfuhr von einem fiesen Manager: "I'm sorry, we have no use for you here anymore. But I'm su…4 Replies
verschlingenLast post 16 Mar 08, 17:58
Ich setzte ihm die Messerspitze auf die Brust. Er mußte einsehen, daß er sich in unserer Gew…2 Replies

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