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Angst ist das schäbigste Zimmer im Haus. Ich sähe dich gerne unter besseren Bedingungen leben. Bigamie bedeutet, eine Frau zuviel zu haben, Monogamie bedeutet dasselbe billig und schäbig gebaut billig und schäbig gebautes Haus Der Ausweis berechtigt zu beliebig vielen Fahrten mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln Der Markt ist allerdings seitdem noch viel schnelllebiger geworden der schäbige Rest Es ergibt sich aus obigem jeder beliebige Betrag jeder x-beliebige jeder x-beliebige Kerl jemandem gegenüber nachgiebig sein Kein Mensch hat je den Bigfoot gesehen leichtgläubig leichtlebig Leichtlebigkeit, die Man sollte Anteil nehmen an der Freude, der Schönheit, der Farbigkeit des Lebens. Je weniger man von den ... mit seinen Gläubigern einen Vergleich schließen Oh, Ihr Ungläubigen! schäbig schäbig aussehen sich schäbig vorkommen Sie ist andersgläubig umtriebig sein unnachgiebige Haltung unter der obigen Adresse Vergleiche obige Abbildung x-beliebig

28 deutsche Redewendungen gefunden

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a big break a big O a big pot a big shot a big step forward a big thing to undertake a chap with a big head a little fish in a big pond ambiguous ambiguous clause ambiguous filename ambiguous letter ambiguous question ambiguous verb Arthritis is the single biggest cause of disability Big Blu big bucks Big deal! Big fish eat little fish big gun/nob/noise/ pot/shot/wig big head big rock big shots big talk big talker Bigamy is having one wife too many, monogamy is the same bigmouth bigwig Cheers, big ears! Claus-Peter has the big three-O coming up He has given himself airs since he bought a big car He is a big shot in the government He is a mouthy bighead. He is too big for his boots He talks big farm He went out into the big, wide world I don’t think there is anyone bigger or smaller than Diego Maradona! I hate his talking big on every occasion I’ve got a big favour to ask of you In all his born days he had never heard a bigger lie It’s a big/huge strain It’s too big a price to pay It’s your decision, but I warn you, you’re making a big mistake lethal ambiguity Little strokes fell big oaks Me and my big mouth! Mr Big My biggest pet peeve is people who jump the queue My brother faces/is faced with/is facing the biggest challenge of this career no big deal Nobody under the sun has ever seen Bigfoot non-ambiguous not a big deal Retailers typically are not big spenders on IT She is a big boss She put up a big front She usually has to give in to her big sister She works in a big store. That’s no big deal the Big Apple the big boys the big cheese The big party on his fiftieth birthday will make a splash The big question is: can he turn things around by Easter? The big question is: can she turn things around by Christmas? The bigger the children, the bigger the worries The bigger they are, the harder they fall The work atmosphere is great. It’s like being in a big family to act the big shot to be big with child to be into someone in a big way to be into someone/something big style to be onto something big to be too big for one’s boots to bring the big guns in to carry the big stick to crawl to the bigwigs and bully the underlings to do things in a big way to get too big for one’s boots to get too big for one’s breeches to have a big heart to have a big mouth to have a bigger fish to fry to have big ideas to hit it big to hit the big time to look big to make a big deal/thing of something to make a big to-do about something to make big bucks to make it big to play a big part in something to put up a big front to see the bigger picture to take to someone/something in a big way to talk big to talk on the big white telephone way too small/big We had hoped for a bigger response from the public When big daddy talks kids listen Yesterday was the big day You big girl’s blouse!

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