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to crouch | to crouch down

Definition (British English)

crouch, down
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

crouch, down
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

crouch, down
Merriam Webster


crouch, down
Online Etymology Dictionary

in Hockstellung gehen



in, Hockstellung, gehen

Englische Verben ohne Reflexivpronomen – Reflexivpronomen im Akkusativ im Deutschen

English Grammar

Eine Reihe gängiger englischer Verben führt – im Gegensatz zu ihren deutschen Entsprechungen – kein Reflexivpronomen mit sich.

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crouch in a ball Last post 27 Feb 08, 17:12
when being charged crouch face down in a ball and play dead1 Replies
to squat - to crouchLast post 07 Dec 09, 11:37
We crouched down to get through the low hole in the wall. She squatted on the floor, trying…2 Replies
to lose - verlustig gehen +Gen.Last post 25 Sep 03, 13:56
Passiv scheint mir die bessere Variante zu sein.8 Replies
to hunker down - sich versteckenLast post 21 Nov 07, 19:36 LEO: to hunk4 Replies
to crouch over his haunchesLast post 26 Sep 07, 13:27
All he knew was to dig in the earth for grubs and tubers, to gorge on berries, grasshoppers,…3 Replies
gehenLast post 31 Mar 10, 16:49
Beschreibung von gehen: 1) Ich setze einen Fuß vor den anderen. 2) Ich setze den Fuß vor den…2 Replies
go into a defensive crouchLast post 04 Mar 07, 01:23
"If space were suddenly to go away tomorrow, the United States would have to go into a defen…1 Replies
desirous of going - bestrebt zu gehenLast post 08 May 15, 14:56
"Desirous of going" is just not English at all. It doesn't even make sense!! Please remove t…8 Replies
to get lost - hops gehen [fam.]Last post 05 Jan 21, 11:58
Also ich kenne hops gehen vor allem als Synonym für sterben. Mir ist eine entsprechende Ver…12 Replies
Am I permitted to go? - Darf ich gehen?Last post 18 Apr 07, 21:15
Famous examples from the internet: A poem: "Mother, may I go out to swim?" "Yes, my darlin…5 Replies

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