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hang - Deutsche PhrasenHang - Deutsche Redewendungen

Armut steht in direktem Zusammenhang mit bestimmten Gesundheitsproblemen aus dem Zusammenhang gerissen aus dem Zusammenhang reißen aus dem Zusammenhang zitiert Das Licht wird gedämpft, der Theatervorhang hebt sich und gibt den Blick frei auf das Bühnenbild der Eiserne Vorhang fällt Der Vorhang geht auf ein Hang zum Wahnsinn ein Hang zur Grausamkeit Eine Kopie des Dokuments befindet sich im Anhang Hang hangelnd hinter den Vorhang schauen Im Anhang finden Sie das Dokument nach Shanghai abreisen

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hang - Englische PhrasenHang - Englische Redewendungen

A change is as good as a rest A creaking door hangs long in his hinges A creaking door hangs longest A leopard cannot change its spots a peg to hang a nagging on a peg to hang things on a sea change any exchange control authorisation Apropos of the proposed changes, I think more information is needed Bonn has been struggling with a fundamental structural change - successfully change for the better/worse change of air change of front change of heart change of scene change the tire / tyre chopping and changing Come off it - are you seriously calling this a good exchange rate? Do you have any change? Do you have change for twenty dollars? Don’t change the subject! don’t ever change Everything hangs on your decision exchange of presents exchange traded option Fair exchange is no robbery for a change future change record for dangerous goods Give a dog a bad name and hang him Hang in there! Hang it all! Hang it! Hang on a second! Hang tough! Hang you! Hang your number up to dry! hang-up hangover He had to change his arrangements His life is hanging by a thread I don’t give a hang! I have a hangover I have no small change I talked to him to try and get him to change his behaviour [Br.] / bahavior [Am.] I’ll be hanged first! I’ve changed my mind If you should change your mind, do let me know If you’re born to hang, you won’t drown in case of exchange In March and October the clocks change for summer and winter [time] respectively in stock exchange parlance it changes from day to day It’s a hanging matter it’s a hanging matter Just hang in there! Keep the change! Let’s change the subject Life has changed in the meantime Little thieves are hanged, but great ones escape low hanging fruit Money changes hands to secure approval to build or extend a private house, to avoid being fined for a traffic ... More than a hundred fan clubs around the world read about his adventures and exchange views on fan pages My taste in music has changed over the years No contribution is sought at this stage, but this may change one’s patent remedy for hangovers People want a change of scene Please check your change before leaving, as mistakes cannot be rectified later. Please note that our prices are subject to change without notice Prices are subject to change without notice. Sale goods cannot be exchanged sea change She doesn’t care a hang subject to change without notice Subject to change without notice Subject to change! That makes a change The best cure for a hangover is the hair of the dog that bit you The leopard cannot change his spots the nation of judges and hangmen The Ruhr area has been struggling with a fundamental structural change - successfully The trend toward digital cameras is changing the aesthetics in a subtle way the wind of change There are more ways of killing a dog than by hanging There is no use your telling me that you are going to be good. […] You are quite perfect. Pray, don’t ch... They changed it just enough to stop it getting boring Things have changed Times have changed to change allegiance to change between sickness funds to change color to change down into second gear to change for the better to change for the worse to change front to change hands to change hands quickly to change horses in midstream to change into first gear to change one’s arrangements to change one’s clothes to change one’s mind to change one’s place of residence to change one’s shirt to change one’s spots to change one’s tune to change sides to change something by magic to change the tone of one’s voice to change tune to chop and change to exchange glances to get the hang of to give in exchange to hang about to hang about/around to hang back to hang behind to hang by a thread to hang by the neck to hang fire to hang from the ceiling to hang in the balance to hang in there to hang it up to hang loose [Hang Loose ®] to hang off to hang on to hang on every word to hang on like grim death to hang on to someone’s coat-tails to hang oneself to hang out to hang out with someone to hang someone from the yardarm to hang someone out to dry to hang something out to hang the head to hang tough on a decision to hang up to hang up on someone to hang up one’s fiddle to have a hangover to leave for Shanghai to leave someone hanging to leave something unchanged to let it all hang out to not care/give a hang to ring the changes on something to short-change someone to stay abreast of changes to take in exchange to undergo a radical change We kept up a correspondence / maintained an exchange of letters for many years We should hang out some time We’ve got the hang of it What led you to change your mind? What will make you change your mind? Yet even in Germany, changing social needs can result in functional illiteracy You can’t change the habits of a lifetime You have changed a lot You have changed tack all of a sudden You won’t get much change out of them! Your luck might change [this time]!

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