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to spit nails


Definition (British English)

spit, nail
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

spit, nail
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

spit, nail
Merriam Webster


spit, nail
Online Etymology Dictionary

Gift und Galle spucken



Gift, und, Galle, spucken

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Feuer spucken - to spit fire??Last post 03 Feb 05, 16:38
Der Drache speit Feuer. Gibt es das als Verb überhaupt? Kann ich sagen: The dragon spits fire?0 Replies
spuckenLast post 28 Nov 09, 00:58
kann man das in deutsch sagen wenn man meint, dass eine Person erbrechen muss? Danke im Vor…11 Replies
nail set - der HanddurchschlägerLast post 28 Jan 09, 12:32
Das Wort "Handdurchschläger" gibt es im Deutschen schlichtweg nicht. Google liefert stolze f…1 Replies
gall - die GalleLast post 11 Jun 11, 06:32
gall [anat.] - die Galle Replies
unpolished nailsLast post 24 Mar 08, 13:52
Sind das unpolierte oder unlackierte Nägel? Vielen Dank!11 Replies
gift certificate - GutscheinLast post 04 Aug 10, 16:28
This is also common in the UK, not just "Amer." The two commonest terms for this in the UK,…1 Replies
to have a nail / nails in one's headLast post 15 Dec 11, 11:04
A: "It's hard to meet nice men. Either they're married, or else they've got nails driven int…12 Replies
dead like a door nail - mausetotLast post 26 Feb 08, 19:47
LEO: as dead as a doornail\t --- \tmausetot\t He's as dead as a doornail.\t --- \tEr ist m…2 Replies
nail clippers - NagelzangeLast post 01 Apr 10, 11:49 Nagelzange \t nail pliers npl \t Vokabel…1 Replies
to spit nails - ausrasten / wütend werden / in Rage geratenLast post 26 Jul 18, 13:31
M-W: spit nails - to be extremely angry {I'm so angry, I could spit nails!} http://www.merria8 Replies

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