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to be over


Definition (British English)

be, over
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

be, over
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

be, over
Merriam Webster


be, over
Online Etymology Dictionary

vorbei sein



vorbei, sein

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ago - vorbei, längst vorbeiLast post 20 Jul 05, 10:04
This follows on from   related discussion:ago = längst vorbei ?? I am pretty sure neithe6 Replies
to be bowled over - überwältigt sein vonLast post 04 Mar 11, 22:42 bowl over 1. To take by surprise. 2. To make a po…0 Replies
to be fought over - umkämpft seinLast post 02 Feb 13, 22:52
Commanding a spectacular view over the River Volga, it was one of the most important strateg…1 Replies
to be exercised - aufgeregt seinLast post 19 Jun 04, 08:29
Frage zur Übersetzung im LEO: Wenn ich dort nach "aufgeregt sein" suche kommt als Ergebnis …4 Replies
to be stretched - überbeansprucht seinLast post 05 Nov 12, 00:16
stretched (strɛtʃt) Definitions adjective under pressure and doing as much as is feasible …1 Replies
to be bugged - angezapft seinLast post 28 May 13, 09:34
vb bugs, bugging, bugged Informal 2. (tr) to conceal a microphone in (a room, etc.) http:/…9 Replies
to be off - gehenLast post 27 Nov 18, 15:21
adv. 1. From a place or position: drove off. 2. a. At a certain distance in space or time: …5 Replies
to be demotivated - demotiviert seinLast post 08 Nov 07, 13:55
Die Rechtschreibprüfung von Microsoft Word unterringelt "demotivated", egal, ob man als Spra…6 Replies
to be wankered - stockbesoffen, sturzbesoffenLast post 08 Feb 12, 15:49
Es fehlt das Verb. Es fehlt das Verb.1 Replies
to over-achieve - leistungsorientiert seinLast post 31 Dec 09, 15:00
Ich bin durch diese 1. Die richtige …8 Replies

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