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The pot calling the kettle black

The pot calling the kettle black NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the translation exercises. Translate the Text into English: Übersetzen: Susann, Faten, Rico, Heike, Simone and Frank. Hut Pause Stuck Pferd Die Kinder planen, Volleyball zu spielen....

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To have to eat humble pie

To have to eat humble pie informally. : to admit that one was wrong or accept that one has been defeated. Sample Sentence: "They had to eat humble pie when the rumours they were spreading were proved false." NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the...

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As bent as a nine bob note.

As bent as a nine-bob note.   NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the translation exercises. Translate the Text into English: Übersetzen: Susann, Faten, Rico, Heike, Simone and Frank. Endlich ist die Hausarbeit fertig, du bist hilfreich. Ich muss immer eine...

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As straight as a dye

As straight as a dye   NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the translation exercises. Translate the Text into English: Übersetzen: Susann, Faten, Rico, Heike, Simone and Frank. Die Koffer sind voll, sie sind wirklich schwer. Welche Jeans musst du noch...

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Use your loaf

Use your loaf https://brislin.de/wp-admin/post.php?post=3837&action=edit NOTE: Your loaf is your head, or more specifically your brain - your mind - your intellect. So, this phrase Use your loaf means to think clearly, be wise and not stupid. I use this phrase...

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a bone of contention

a bone of contention something that two people or groups cannot agree about: "Money is a common bone of contention in many marriages." (Definition of a bone of contention from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press.   If you say...

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To sling one’s hook

To sling one’s hook means to go away: leave. "The angrily told him to sling his hook."   NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the translation exercises.   Translate the Text into English: Übersetzen: Susann, Faten, Rico, Heike, Simone and Frank. Ja...

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I woke up like a bear with a sore head

I woke up like a bear with a sore head https://brislin.de/wp-admin/post.php?post=3803&action=edit NOTE: When Humpty Dumpty had a great fall and broke his head, he then got up like a bear with a sore head.   NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the...

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To burn all your bridges behind you

To burn all your bridges behind you NOTE: Business English etc. can be found below the translation exercises. Translate the Text into English: Übersetzen: Susann, Faten, Rico, Heike, Simone and Frank. Du trinkst kein Bier. Trink kein Bier! Der Apfel. Dei Großeltern....

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The last straw that broke the camel’s back

The last straw that broke the camel’s back The idiom "the straw that broke the camel's back" describes a minor or routine action that causes an unpredictably large and sudden reaction due to the cumulative effect of other small actions.     NOTE: Business...

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