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word - Deutsche PhrasenWord - Deutsche Redewendungen

als Kind zu heiß gebadet worden sein Amerika hat uns niemals verziehen, dass Europa ein wenig früher entdeckt worden ist. Aus ihm ist ein guter Arzt geworden Aus ihr ist eine gute Ärztin geworden Beispiele tun oft mehr als viel Word und Lehr’ bis jetzt ist nichts getan worden Das ist zu einem Problem geworden Das soziale Klima in unseren Städten ist rauer geworden Der Markt ist allerdings seitdem noch viel schnelllebiger geworden Der Schaden kann nicht aus Versehen verursacht worden sein Die Angebotspalette ist vielfältig geworden Die Dividende ist festgesetzt worden Die Universität informierte irrtümlicherweise Dutzende von Bewerbern darüber, sie seien zum Leh... Die Welt ist durch ihren Tod ärmer geworden Es ist auf den neuesten Stand gebracht worden Es ist merkwürdig, aber von jedem der verschwindet, heißt es, er sei hinterher in San Francisco gesehen w... Es ist nichts draus geworden Es ist uns überliefert worden Es sind schon Leute für weniger gehängt worden Es war dunkel geworden Flugreisen sind sehr billig geworden Ich glaube, ich bin hereingelegt worden Insgesamt waren 250 Anträge beim Bundesverwaltungsamt eingereicht und bearbeitet worden keinen Deut klüger geworden sein ko geschlagen worden sein Mir ist gekündigt worden rausgeschmissen worden sein reingelegt worden sein Rom ist auch nicht an einem Tag erbaut worden sein Word brechen Sie ist sehr mager geworden Sie ist wütend geworden Unsere Wohnung ist vollkommen neu gestrichen worden vom Virus erfasst worden sein Von Sorgen ist noch keiner reich geworden Was ist daraus geworden? wie ein wildgewordener Furz wie verrückt geworden

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word - Englische PhrasenWord - Englische Redewendungen

A drunken man’s words are a sober man’s thoughts a man of few words A picture is worth a thousand words A picture paints a thousand words a word and a blow a word borrowed from Mexican Spanish a word in your ear A word to the wise is enough A word to the wise is enough! Actions speak louder than words Alacke, there lies more perill in thine eye, // Than twenty of their swords, looke thou but sweete, // And I a... An honest man’s word’s as good as his bond! Any word from Peter? Beauty is power, a smile is its sword buzzword by fire and sword By now word has spread about/of the success by word of mouth Chuck Norris does not hunt because the word hunting implies the possibility of failure. Chuck Norris goes kill... Could I have a word with you? Dieter Bohlen is not a musician in the true sense of the word dirty word Do not be angry at me on account of these words Don’t on any account use this word! double-edged sword Each man kills the thing he loves // […] The coward does it with a kiss, // The brave man with a sword! economical of words F-word famous last words Fill in the amount in words Fine words butter no parsnips For me it’s always very difficult to put an abstract painting into words four-letter word from the word go get a word in edgeways Gluttony kills more than the sword go back on one’s word He always wants the last word He departed from his word He doesn’t know the meaning of the word He is a man of his words He kept his word He paused to let his words sink in He registered every word He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword He wondered what the word could possibly mean He’s a man of few words Her words were balm for his soul His word is as good as his bond I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying. I can’t get a word in edge-wise I couldn’t get a word in edge-wise I didn’t catch the word I didn’t catch your last words I don’t believe a word of it I have no words to thank you I have/put no trust in his words I never quarrel with actions. My one quarrel is with words. I’ll pay you back for your insolent behaviour. Take my word for it I’ll take you at your word I’m at a loss for words in a word in every sense of the word in other words In other words, ... In other words, for what or for whom someone has sympathy is ultimately a private matter in the full sense of the word in the usual sense of the word It’s all hollow words It’s quite difficult to put atmosphere and lighting effects into words Just a word with you, Peter! leave word with someone Mark my words! May I have a word in your ear, please? May I have a word with you? More than 600 new words, phrases, and senses have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary this quarter. Mum’s the word Mum’s the word! My first association with this word is the novel of the same title My word is my bond My word is my bond! not to mince one’s words Now that [the] word has got out/spread, there is a run on the shop/store O, but they say the tongues of dying men enforce attention like deep harmony. Where words are scarce, they are... Peter Miller is not a fashion designer in the true sense of the word play on words Sharp’s the word She and her friend had words She confirmed his words She said never a word She will take his word over mine Take him at his word! That was too funny for words The book is a classic in every sense of the word The emphasis in this word is on the final syllable the F-word the last word the last word on the subject The pen is mightier than the sword The tongue is sharper than any sword The word is mightier than the sword The word was coined by Schiller The wording of this sentence seems rather unfortunate The words stuck in my throat There are even collections of these borrowed words and a large number are correctly derived There is only one thing worse than Injustice, and that is Justice without her sword in her hand. When Right is... There’s not a word of truth in it These essays are very short, so every word must earn its keep Those were his exact words to accept something without a word of protest to bandy words with someone to be as good as one’s word to be at a loss for words to be better than one’s word to clip one’s words to copy word for word to cross swords with someone to eat one’s words to fall on one’s sword to fumble for words to get in a word to get stuck for the right word to get the word out to give one’s word to give one’s word of honour to go back on one’s word to hang on every word to have a way with words to have a word with someone to have no word from someone to have trust in his words to have word from to help with words and deeds to keep one’s word to leave word with someone to look up a word to make somebody eat his words to measure swords to mince one’s words to not be able to get one’s tongue round a word to not breathe a word to not have a word to throw at a dog to not mince matters/one’s words to not waste any words in telling to pen words/lines to pick one’s words to play on words to put a false construction on someone’s words to put in a good word for to put into words to put to the edge of the sword to put words into someone’s mouth to send someone word of something to send word to spread the news/word to strike through the word to suit the action to the word to take the words out of someone’s mouth to translate word by word to turn swords into plowshares to twist someone’s words to use four-letter words to use grand words to weigh one’s words to write a word with a capital too funny for words Upon my word! weasel words What does this word mean? What’s the meaning of this word? What’s the word on ? what’s the word When something happens, [the] word quickly spreads Where words are scarse, they are seldome spent in vaine. with nary a word word for word Word of God Word to your mother! word up word-for-word word-of-mouth influence Words fail me words of course words of similar effect words of whim and fashion words to that effect words to this effect Write the word out in full! You can hardly tell now by looking at a mobile phone that it can also be used for phoning in the original sens... You have my word for it Your password contains invalid characters

191 englische Redewendungen gefunden

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