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a spot of bother


Definition (British English)

spot, of, bother
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

spot, of, bother
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

spot, of, bother
Merriam Webster


spot, of, bother
Online Etymology Dictionary

ein Makel




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spot of botherLast post 13 Jan 08, 20:39
"But now we're in a spot of bother thanks to Tom" "Nun sind wir dank Tom aus dem Schneider"?2 Replies
a spot of botherLast post 13 May 08, 19:21
Everything went wrong. They were in a spot of bother. 'Makel' passt hier irgendwie nicht...2 Replies
liver spot - LeberfleckLast post 02 Jun 11, 09:20
Liver spots (also known as "Solar lentigo",[1] "Lentigo senilis"[1]:686, "Old age spot,"[2] …3 Replies
a spot of teaLast post 14 Feb 11, 09:29
Russell Brand did SNL last night, and there was this sketch: A Spot of Tea I found this thre3 Replies
problem area - ProblemzoneLast post 01 Jul 06, 11:09
Definition 'trouble spot': My friend who is an …2 Replies
stain - MakelLast post 14 Jan 07, 15:46
Philip Roth: "The human stain" dt. Übersetzung "Der menschliche Makel"1 Replies
G-spot [Anat.] - der G-PunktLast post 14 Apr 17, 17:40
Deutsch:G-Punkt: [Ungefähr 3.510.000 Ergebnisse (0,50 Sekunden) Google DE]G-Zone: [Ungefähr …0 Replies
sth. bother sb.Last post 02 Oct 09, 20:33
Wenn ich jemanden frage "Would it bother you if I did this and that" und derjenige antwortet…2 Replies
pester vs. botherLast post 30 Aug 11, 13:08
Huhu zusammen Gerade hat mir ein Kollege aus UK geschrieben "i will pester him again after …7 Replies
bother to do oder bother doing..?Last post 04 Nov 18, 11:49
Überschrift im Daily Telegraph:After Suzy Lamplugh, should the police bother solving crimes …5 Replies

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