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to throb

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throb
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throb
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throb
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throb
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pochen

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pochen
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pochen fürLast post 13 Dec 13, 13:44
Is the preposition für commonly used with the verb pochen? If it is, does it mean the same a…10 Replies
heart-throb - der FrauenschwarmLast post 27 Jul 07, 08:48
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Unter "heartthrob" findet sich dort nur der Fraue…4 Replies
Crush - SchwarmLast post 28 May 09, 08:49
"Tomorrow your crush will kiss you or ask you out." "My heart broke when I found out my cr…7 Replies
heartthrob, heart-throb - der SchwarmLast post 20 Nov 08, 13:05
M-W: heart·throb 2b: sweetheart ; also : a usually renowned man (as an entertainer) noted f…2 Replies
pochenLast post 04 Feb 07, 20:22
"...die fünften pochen auf eine Belebung des Wettbewerbs." "thump" and "knock" do not seem …2 Replies
auf Recht pochenLast post 13 Nov 07, 18:21
Man muss auf sein Recht pochen.2 Replies
stechendes Pochen (Kopf)Last post 05 Feb 13, 07:27
Kann man dafuer "strabbing throb" schreiben, oder klingt das im Englischen total daneben? D…3 Replies
to insist on (oder: upon) sth. - auf etw.Dat. pochenLast post 10 Aug 17, 08:25
https://dict.leo.org/englisch-deutsch/beharrento insist on (oder: upon) sth. - auf etw.Dat. …3 Replies
a throb of, a twinge ofLast post 24 Nov 08, 15:03
a throb of pain, a throb of fear ... a twinge of pain, a twinge of joy ... Hi, kennt irgen…6 Replies
passende Übersetzung im Zusammenhang mit "throb"Last post 13 Jan 13, 18:38
Laut z.B. Langenscheids Großwörterbuch Englisch: throb/ /(Maschine) klopfen, hämmern, dröhn…12 Replies
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