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to brim over


Definition (British English)

brim, over
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

brim, over
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brim, over
Merriam Webster


brim, over
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flap - HutkrempeLast post 30 Oct 11, 19:09
flap is just wrong - unless there is an Americanism this Brit is unaware of .. having encoun…5 Replies
überschwappenLast post 17 Jul 03, 00:45
not in the literal sense like "ein Eimer schwappt über" but metaphorically for the diffusion…4 Replies
up to the brim - randvollLast post 25 May 07, 20:26
to fill the glass up to the brim = das Glas randvoll füllen Langscheidts Wörterbuch1 Replies
all over - fertigLast post 14 May 20, 13:33…5 Replies
to over,trump - überstechenLast post 07 Mar 17, 09:33
The comma seems strange to me, please correct me if I am wrong.9 Replies
comb-over / combover - SardelleLast post 26 Sep 11, 18:03
Den Ausdruck "Sardelle" für über die Glatze gekämmtes Haar habe ich noch nie gehört. Das ist…6 Replies
hands over - die Übermacht Last post 01 Oct 08, 11:21
Never heard of a noun "hands over". Not even sure what the English is meant to be; maybe it'…0 Replies
cut-over bog - LeegsumpfLast post 25 May 19, 19:01…9 Replies
winning over the consumer - die Kundenbindung Last post 22 Apr 06, 19:24
win over transitive verb Definitions: persuade somebody to agree: to persuade somebody t…2 Replies
carry-over parts - die COP-TeileLast post 14 Apr 11, 11:31
Die Bezeichnung "carry-over parts" bzw. COP wird z.B. in der Automobilbranche für "Gleichtei…4 Replies

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