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to fill a glass


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fill, glass
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fill, glass
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fill, glass
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ein Glas füllen



Glas, füllen

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annealed glass - vergütetes GlasLast post 08 Sep 09, 11:24
annealed glass ist Glas, das nach dem Guss erneut aufgeheizt und dann sehr langsam abgekühlt…2 Replies
bottle glass - grünes GlasLast post 17 Jun 13, 15:29
-- bottle glass n (Chemistry) glass used for making bottles, consisting of a silicate of sod…2 Replies
fill a glass?Last post 27 Oct 09, 11:41
How do you say "fill a glass (with water) from the water cooler"?3 Replies
to fill - füllenLast post 03 Nov 04, 16:57
I am a different man since you entered my heart and filled me with your love. Ich bin ein a…1 Replies
toughened (safety) glass - Einscheiben(sicherheits)glas Last post 13 May 19, 17:23
toughened glass [TECH.] --- das Einscheibensicherheitsglas toughened safety glass [TECH.] --…1 Replies
insulation glass - isolierglasLast post 29 Nov 06, 14:37
"insulation glass" is not wrong, it is simply used much less frequently than "insulated glass"9 Replies
stained glass - buntes KirchenfensterglasLast post 02 Oct 05, 03:26
"buntes Kirchenfensterglas" stellt eine (sehr schwache) Umschreibung des Fachbegriffes Bleiv…8 Replies
foal - Füllen (kein Plural)Last post 25 Nov 16, 16:26
Auch wenn DWDS als Verwendungsbeispiel angibt Dabei müssen die Streuer vor dem Füllen absol…25 Replies
beyond shuddering glass... - jenseits des zitternden glasLast post 06 Nov 10, 18:57
Beyond the shuddering glass, he could see the landscape reel out continuously, sliced into r…2 Replies
The glass broke - Das Glas hat gebrochen?Last post 06 Jul 10, 16:09
Is that right?7 Replies

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