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to shirk sth. off

Definition (British English)

shirk, off
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

shirk, off
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

shirk, off
Merriam Webster

Etymology

shirk, off
Online Etymology Dictionary
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etw. abschieben

Definition:

abschieben
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abschieben (Kinder)Last post 05 Jun 15, 14:45
Ich will die Kinder nicht immer abschieben. Sagt eine alleinerziehende Mutter, die wenig Ze…6 Replies
Schuld abschiebenLast post 06 Oct 12, 18:24
Passend dazu wurde Schuld auf einen kleinen Teil von Funktionsträgern abgeschoben. ?13 Replies
to shirk from sth.Last post 19 Jan 07, 14:25
Our discipline's view of people as being, as some have quipped, "a larger rat or a slower co…3 Replies
to shirk somebody's shareLast post 11 Dec 07, 22:02
"...shirking his or her share of it." - Rationalization of Russia (G. B. Shaw) Kann mir jem…1 Replies
to consign - abschiebenLast post 22 Apr 09, 09:08
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/consign (2. Bedeutung: ... control of another ...) 1 Replies
ins Heim abschiebenLast post 07 Sep 10, 11:19
Was sagt man für "abschieben"?12 Replies
Abschieben and AusplanierenLast post 05 Oct 10, 15:57
This is from tender documents for cable laying services. It's first of all about clearing an…2 Replies
Arbeit aufhalsen/abschieben/aufdrängenLast post 04 Feb 16, 14:15
Hi,how do you say in English "my colleague tries to relegate/transfer/... his tasks"? I'm lo…2 Replies
jemanden wohin entsorgen / abschiebenLast post 18 Feb 16, 22:31
"Aufgrund persönlicher Probleme mit Kollegen, entsorgte ihr Chef sie auf einen weniger wicht…13 Replies
to refer so. for deportation - jmdn. abschiebenLast post 24 Jul 11, 20:52
This law would make it easier for the Commonwealth to apprehend individuals who are in this …2 Replies
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