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in the john


Definition (British English)

in, john
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

in, john
Merriam Webster

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in, john
Merriam Webster


in, john
Online Etymology Dictionary

im Klo




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port-o-john; Port-o-John - mobile Toilettenkabine, DIXI-KloLast post 25 Feb 11, 15:35
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold: He parked his car near a Port-o-John. http://en.wiktionar…3 Replies
John Bull & Co. - John Bull und GesellschafterLast post 18 May 09, 18:37 Replies
Go to the John - or - go to see John - Ich muß auf's Klo ??Last post 06 Feb 09, 20:38
Meine Freundin in UK sagte das während unserem Telefonat. Ich hab sie gefragt wer oder was (…16 Replies
John - johnLast post 03 Nov 08, 18:35
Along with Ilsa, he wanted to take the next train to Marseilles and concerted with her at th…7 Replies
toilet vs. KloLast post 20 Sep 07, 16:00
I know this subject has been discussed before, but I'd appreciate it if someone familiar wit…38 Replies
höflich?Klo/ToiletteLast post 02 Sep 10, 08:54
welches Wort ist höflicher Klo oder Toillte? 1.Können Sie bitte mir sagen wo da Klo/Klosett/…40 Replies
John Adams - accentLast post 22 Jan 13, 14:21
In einer kürzlich erschienenen Rezension der TV-Serie "John Adams" meinte der Kritiker, man …6 Replies
john (Amer.) [coll.] - der Lokus [654148]Last post 18 Dec 13, 08:55
[654148] ist eine etwas unübliche Bezeichnung für [coll.].3 Replies
Knights of St. John of Jerusalem - die JohanniterLast post 21 Oct 06, 08:39 >>> Links >>> St. John Ambulance Priory o…1 Replies
John HustonLast post 09 Mar 10, 07:54
Kurze Frage: Wie spricht sich der amerikanische Regisseur John Huston (Der Malteser Falke, A…2 Replies

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