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alles reines Gold auf eine Goldgrube stoßen aus Gold geschmiedet Bedeutet, dass militärische Einstellungsregeln bewusst unklar gelassen werden, um Soldaten weitgehend vor Stra... das Goldene Kalb anbeten Das hieße, die Gans schlachten, die goldene Eier legt Denn Mädchen sind wie Rosen: kaum entfaltet, ist ihre holde Blüte schon veraltet. der goldene Mittelweg die goldene Mitte einhalten Du bist ein Goldschatz Ehrentitel für jemanden, der die Hajj gemacht hat. Wird von US-Soldaten als allgemeine Beleidigung für Iraker ... Eigner Herd ist Goldes wert eine goldene Regel Einem fliehenden Feind soll man goldene Brücken bauen Er hat sich als Zeitsoldat verpflichtet Er ist ein Tugendbold Er ist mit einem goldenen Löffel im Mund zur Welt gekommen Es ist nicht alles Gold was glänzt Es ist nicht alles Gold, was glänzt. Gold waschen Gold wert sein Goldener Hammer bricht eisernes Tor goldener Mittelweg Goldesel, der Goldgräber, der goldrichtig Goldstück Handwerk hat goldenen Boden Herzliche Glückwünsche zur goldenen/silbernen Hochzeit! Hisbollahs letzte Entführung eines israelischen Soldaten scheint der Tropfen gewesen zu sein, der das Fas... Ihre Hilfe ist nicht mit Gold zu bezahlen im goldenen Käfig sitzen irgendein Witzbold jedes Wort auf die Goldwaage legen jmdm. eine goldene Brücke bauen mit Gold nicht aufzuwiegen mit Gold nicht aufzuwiegen sein Morgenstund hat Gold im Mund Narrengold, das nicht jedes Wort auf die Goldwaage legen Reden ist Silber Schweigen ist Gold Reden ist Silber, Schweigen ist Gold sein Gewicht in Gold wert sein Soldat werden Texas Hold ’Em, das treu wie Gold Waffen gegen Gold tauschen Weisheit mit Gold vergleichen Witzbold

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2 million copies have been sold in Germany to date A bishop keeps on saying at the age of eighty what he was told to say when he was a boy of eighteen. a bold venture a chip of the old block a golden handshake A golden key can open any door A golden key opens every door a golden rule A good tale is none the worse for being told twice A little bird told me a lot of bunk/folderol A man is as old as he feels, and a woman as old as she looks a man of untold wealth a piercing cold a pot of gold a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow A trade in hand finds gold in every land All is not gold that glitters. all real gold All that glistens is not gold All that glistens/glitters is not gold All that glisters is not gold. All that glitters is not gold all told always the same old excuse An old flame never dies an old hand And I am left holding the baby! any old thing Anything that has not been sold by book-shops within four to six weeks is already returned as bold as brass as cold as ice as good as gold as of old as old as Metuselah as old as the hills as the old saying goes as tough as old boots at a fair old bat At least 116 people were injured, including many teenagers and a 12-year-old, police said in a statement babies less than six months old Be a chip off the old block be in the doldrums be sold down the river Beauty is in the eye of the beholder bone-chilling cold Bread is able to molder, what are you able to do? But that holds not only for classical music but also for all other musical directions But that holds not only for jazz but also for all other musical directions chip off the old block Chuck Norris owns the greatest Poker Face of all-time. It helped him win the 1983 World Series of Poker despit... cold as ice cold call cold comfort cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey cold hands warm heart Cold is a relative term cold reception cold wind has bitten my flowers cold, hard cash cold-hearted Compulsory expenditure, i.e. unavoidable food and dwelling expenses, accounted for 40 of the household budget. Congratulations on your golden/silver wedding anniversary! Constant ventilation prevents mold from building up crusty old stick cunning old bird Does your offer still hold ... Don’t be so rash! Hold your horses! Don’t hold your breath double job holding drawn in a few bold lines Everything he touches turns to gold Everything old is new again Everything was better in the good old days Flour is sold by the kilogram Fortune favours the bold fucking cold/expensive etc. funny old guy funny old stick Furniture and household appliances gold-digger golden hours golden opportunity Grandma’s old chest of drawers, that velvet settee and giant wing-chair remind us of our childhood He basked in his moment of glory, holding the trophy up to the crowd He doesn’t hold a grudge against him He had a fine old time He holds a protecting hand over her He holds/has a special place within the family He is a chip of the old block He is a chip off the old block He is at his old address He is old enough to tell right from wrong He is subject to colds He ought to be told that clearly He put on a scarf and told the girls to do likewise He signed on as a regular soldier in the army He sold me a pup He that grasps at too much holds nothing fast He told a long rigmarole He told it to me in confidence He told me a lie He told me the plain truth He was as bold as brass He’s a chip off the old block He’s a nice old duck He’s a sly old dog He’s an obnoxious old fart He’s an old stager He’s still one of the old school He’s told us we have to leave the flat/apartment Hezbollah’s recent kidnapping of Israeli soldiers appears to have been the last straw His blood ran cold His blood runs cold His new book sold like hot cakes His old car has only four speeds Hold it! hold on tight Hold on! Hold the line/phone/wire! Hold the line/wire, please! Hold tight! Hold your horses Hold your horses! Hold your noise! Hold your peace/tongue! Hold your tongue! hold-all hold-back hold-over hold-up household name How many times have I told you that ... I always like to know everything about my new friends, and nothing about my old ones. I am cold I don’t hold with that I got cold feet at the last moment and didn’t do it I have a cold I told him what was most important I told him where to get off I told you so I told you two to knock it off! I’m far too old to do such a thing I’m three-score years old I’ve a bad cold I’ve got a bad cold I’ve got him here all to myself. Now is the time to pay off old scores If any one knows reason why this couple should not wed, speak now, or forever hold your peace. In 2003, the association, which had four shareholders, attained the legal status of a company with limited lia... in cold blood in cold print in days of old In old days men had the rack. Now they have the press. That is an improvement certainly. in the cold light of day in the old days It grew cold It is always painful to part from people whom one has known for a very brief space of time. The absence of old... It is as old as the hills It is good to make a bridge of gold to a flying enemy It leaves me cold It rained every day and was freezing cold to boot It sold for a whopping 4 millions It’s a bold statement It’s a curious thing about the game of marriage - a game, by the way, that is going out of fashion - the... It’s always the same old story It’s cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey It’s fucking cold It’s like living in a goldfish bowl Jennie told her sister that she had a presentiment she would marry Randolph like living in a goldfish bowl Lo and behold! Look at that old Bentley over there. It’s in mint condition! May the road rise to meet you. - May the wind be always at your back. - May the sun shine warm upon your face.... Men become old, but they never become good. My blood runs cold My brother has been swept off his feet by an older woman My experience is that as soon as people are old enough to know better, they don’t know anything at all. my old man My promise to come next Sunday still holds good nasty cold New wine in old bottles/skins No fool like an old fool no holds barred Nobody knows what the future holds in store not fit to hold a candle to someone not to need to be told twice Nothing is so dangerous as being too modern. One is apt to grow old-fashioned quite suddenly. Nothing makes one so vain as being told that one is a sinner. Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold there came wise men from t... Of course, saying that everything was better in the good old days tends to be just so much rubbish Oh no, not that old chestnut again! old bag/trout old biddy old bill/the bill Old birds cannot be caught with chaff old chap old coot old fart old flame old fogey old goat Old habits die hard old hand old hat old lady Old love never dies old maid old man old mate Old Nick old stager Old traditions are disappearing old wives’ tale Old-age pensioners refuse to be put on the shelf old-age provisions old-boy network one-room, 20 sq. m. apartment, older construction, with kitchen - 250 euro Only female animals up to six years old shall be considered pure-bred breeding females Only little boys and old men sneer at love Our headmistress was a real old battleaxe Peter’s report last monday was an attempt to settle an old score Poor old chap! pretty cold/good provision for one’s old age Revenge is a dish best served cold revival of an old friendship She gave me the cold shoulder She has a cold today She might be sixty years old, give or take two years She’s a real little gold-digger silly old bat Some flights are sold out as early as 11 months in advance something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue Speak now or forever hold your peace Speech is silver, but silence is golden Speech is silver, silence is gold stone-cold Talk is silver, silence is golden taxes on profit and shareholders funds Texas Hold ’Em That excuse won’t hold water That leaves me cold That sounds like a Rube Goldberg solution, there must be a simpler way! That story is as old as the hills That would be killing the goose that lays the golden eggs That’s old hat! The bank robber put/held a gun to her head and told the cashier to hand over the money The car is an older model The chip is machine-readable and authenticates the identity of the passport holder The dog was already racked by/with the pains of old age The drug is sold as a cure for a variety of ailments the golden mean the good old days The good old days are gone The new model is more expensive than the old one The new passports will include a chip storing a digital image of the passport holder’s face The offer still holds The old believe everything the middle-aged suspect everything the young know everything. The old lady must have bats in the belfry - she’s always talking to people who aren’t there the older they get, the more they want to live it up the oldest profession in the world The passport holder’s identity is authenticated via a computerised process based on a RFID chip The same old trick! The soul is born old but grows young. That is the comedy of life. And the body is born young and grows old. Th... The story is as old as the hills The streets are paved with gold The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one is young. The value of the house has increased fourfold Them that asks no questions isn’t told a lie There is nothing like youth. The middle-aged are mortgaged to Life. The old are in life’s lumber-room. B... There’s life in the old dog yet There’s life in the old girl, yet There’s no fool like an old fool there’s no fox like an old fox They are sold on the idea of profit-sharing They had all promised to help me, but then one after the other dropped out and left me holding the baby They keep on talking about the same old stuff This beer tastes like old feet This is also in the interest of the other stakeholders This meat’s as tough as old boots This old knife doesn’t cut well any more Thumbs up, old boy! You’ve got the job Time shall unfold what plaited cunning hides: Who cover faults, at last shame them derides. to attain old age to barter gold for arms to be a little gold-digger to be a sly old dog to be able to do something blindfolded to be as good as gold to be as old as the hills to be bowed by old age to be cold/hot to the touch to be in a cold sweat to be in the doldrums to be left holding the baby to be left out in the cold to be money for jam/for old rope to be out cold to be sold a pup to be sold down the river to be sold on something to be stiff with cold to be stone-cold sober to be worth its weight in gold to be worth one’s weight in gold To begin with he’s too old to blow hot and cold to break out in cold sweat to catch a cold to catch a serious cold to catch hold of to cold-shoulder someone to coldcock to compare wisdom to gold to contract a cold to dish up an old story to do something blindfold to feel cold to fold away to fold one’s arms to fold one’s arms around someone to fold one’s legs to fold someone in one’s arms to fold up to fold up papers to gain a foothold to get a foothold to get cold feet to get hold of to get hold of someone to get hold of the wrong end of the stick to give someone the cold shoulder to go cold turkey to go through cold turkey to grab hold of someone/something to grow old to grow old/older to guard something like gold to have a bad cold to have a cold to have a firm hold of/on to have a heart of gold to have a stranglehold over something to have cold feet to hold a festival to hold a grudge to hold a hope to hold a mirror up to somebody to hold a pistol to someone’s head to hold a view to hold a wager to hold against to hold all the aces/all the cards to hold aloof to hold an audience to hold an opinion to hold cheap to hold control to hold counsel to hold dear to hold down a job to hold elections to hold forth about something to hold good to hold hostages to hold in abeyance to hold in estimation to hold in safe custody to hold in suspense to hold office to hold on to hold on like grim death to hold one’s breath to hold one’s fire to hold one’s ground to hold one’s head up high to hold one’s horses to hold one’s liquor to hold one’s nerve to hold one’s nose to hold one’s office in abeyance to hold one’s own to hold one’s peace to hold one’s stomach in to hold one’s temper to hold one’s tongue to hold open an offer to hold out the olive branch to someone to hold somebody accountable for something to hold somebody hostage to hold someone accountable to hold someone at arm’s length to hold someone at gunpoint to hold someone back to hold someone cheap to hold someone in check to hold someone in contempt to hold someone in high esteem to hold someone in high esteem/estimation to hold someone liable to hold someone off to hold someone responsible for something to hold someone tight to hold someone to ransom to hold someone up to hold someone up to ridicule to hold something in pawn/pledge to hold sway over the world to hold the floor to hold the fort to hold the majority to hold the purse strings to hold the record to hold the reins to hold the upper hand to hold the view to hold the wolf by the ears to hold tight to an opinion to hold water to hold/keep something/someone at bay to keep a firm grip/hold on something/on oneself to keep a tight hold of something to keep the golden mean to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs to knock someone out cold to know someone of old to leave out in the cold to leave someone cold to leave someone holding the baby to leave someone holding the bag to live to an old age to look at something in the cold light of day to lose one’s hold to make cold meat of someone to make one’s blood run cold to not be able to hold a candle to someone to nurse a cold to pan for gold to pass up a golden opportunity to pay off old scores to pour/throw cold water on something To put into cold storage to put into cold storage to put something into/on cold storage to put up a scaffolding to quake with cold/fear to remain untold to reopen old sores to retain an old custom to return to the fold to roll out the old chestnut to run hot and cold on something to settle old scores to shake with cold to show a bold front to soldier on to stop cold to strike gold to take a hold of someone to throw cold water on something to uphold a sentence to welcome someone back into the fold to worship the golden calf Today gold, tomorrow dust untold wealth We are holding a fair We have been told We hold very diverse views on the topic What category of driving licence do you hold? When a man is old enough to do wrong he should be old enough to do right also. When their mother told a story, the children were all ears Why is American beer served cold? So you can tell it from urine! Will you kindly hold your tongue! without holding on wrought of gold Yes, my old aunt is still alive and kicking, in spite of the terrible winter we’ve just had You are as good as gold You can’t teach an old dog new tricks You cannot shift an old tree without it dying You can’t teach an old dog new tricks You know you’re getting older when the candles cost more than the cake! You need a new TV, your grandchild wants a printer for her PC, the vacuum cleaner is on its last legs and your...

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