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one's bits and pieces


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Definition (American English)

one's, bit, piece
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one's, bit, piece
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bit, piece
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seine Siebensachen




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to do one's bitLast post 15 Jun 07, 13:30
"It is about time the employers were made to do their bit and help with the funding. "We hav…2 Replies
to get one's watch ahead - seine Uhr vorstellen Last post 11 Apr 07, 16:37
Ich vermute, dass es schlicht und einfach ein Vertippsler ist und heißen sollte: to set on…5 Replies
on one's kneen - kniendLast post 20 Aug 15, 17:29's+knees on one's / its knees, a. in a suppli…10 Replies
to feed one's eyes on - seine Augen weiden anLast post 18 Oct 07, 10:28 —Idiom8. feast one's eyes, to gaze with great jo4 Replies
British: To love to bits (and pieces)Last post 10 Jan 07, 10:29
Die alten Disskussionen waren irgendwie nicht schluessig... Die Situation: ungeklaerte zwis…9 Replies
to go for one's pieceLast post 03 Aug 08, 16:27
She owes me fifty grand. When she sees me, she'll be sure to go for her piece. sich davon m…2 Replies
burn one'sLast post 05 Oct 10, 19:49
I burned my right hand. = Ich verbrannte mir die rechte Hand. Ich habe noch eine Möglichkei…1 Replies
nod one's head / shake one's headLast post 10 Dec 07, 11:56
"to nod" and "to nod one's head" usually mean nod one's head up and down, meaning yes. "to …9 Replies
seine Chance wahren - keeping one's chanceLast post 03 Feb 13, 08:49
Ich möchte meine Chance wahren. I'd like to keep my chance.5 Replies
one's autumn years - seine späten JahreLast post 17 Feb 10, 11:11
He spent his autumn years surrounded by family and friends. sein Rentnerdasein ? seine Jahre…2 Replies

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