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to jolt

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rütteln

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rütteln
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an Grundgeruesten rüttelnLast post 16 Apr 09, 22:18
Halloechen alle zusammen, koennte mir vielleicht jemand bei der Uebersetzung "an Grundgerues…4 Replies
jiggle - rücken, wackeln, rüttelnLast post 20 Sep 11, 18:06
http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/jiggle "pendeln" ist intransitiv und somit unzureic…7 Replies
jolt of electricity - StromstoßLast post 25 Jul 13, 11:08
The idea of treating a psychiatric illness by passing a jolt of electricity through the brai…1 Replies
with a jolt - ruckartigLast post 10 Sep 08, 08:38
I must have dozed off, because I woke up with a jolt around midnight. I'd heard something. r…1 Replies
rütteln Last post 23 Jun 07, 05:52
und das war nun der Satz, an dem nichts mehr zu rütteln war, auch wenn die Köpfe geschüttelt…31 Replies
jolt of painLast post 09 Jul 14, 21:33
subjects (of an experiment) were prepared to give themselves a mild jolt of pain (in the for…6 Replies
jolt of nervesLast post 04 Feb 15, 06:02
I wait ages to be called on set. When I finally am, I feel a jolt of nerves, like a shot of …7 Replies
jolt of awarenessLast post 25 May 10, 22:03
The prickling jolt of awareness, the way my skin seemed to measure the distance to his, only…3 Replies
wach rüttelnLast post 13 Jan 06, 02:39
Wie könnte man etwas sagen wie: Die ereignisse des 1. Weltkrieges haben wiele leute wachger…5 Replies
rütteln (Betonarbeiten)Last post 21 Jan 09, 11:13
suche die englische Übersetzung für „rütteln“ bei Betonarbeiten, auch für die Begrif3 Replies
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