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Macmillan Children's Dictionary by Carolyn Barraclough

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Peas: Erbsen. pork: Schweinefleisch, Schwein. savage: wild, grausam, Wilde. sleepiness: Schläfrigkeit. soup: Suppe. stroking: Streichelnd. submissively: unterwürfig. tedious: langweilig, ermüdend, nicht abgelenkt, öde, nerven, geisttötend, fade, geistlos. vodka: Wodka. vulgar: vulgär, ordinär, gewöhnlich, schäbig, trivial, üblich, schofel, geschmacklos, banal, abgeschmackt, verständlich. wilds: Wild. Anton Chekhov 41 external life. % "The whole day long, first at the hospital, then on my rounds," he told us; "and I assure you, Eccellenza, I have not time to read a book, let alone going to see the woman I love.

Hey! look out! " Only now, when the extraordinary pace we were going at took my breath away, I noticed that he was very drunk. He must have been drinking at the station. At the bottom of the descent there was the crash of ice; a piece of dirty frozen snow thrown up from the road hit me a painful blow in the face. The runaway horses ran up the hill as rapidly as they had downhill, and before I had time to shout to Nikanor my sledge was flying along on the level in German approaching: nähernd. awaited: wartetest, gewartet, warteten, wartetet, wartete, erwartet, harrtest, geharrt, harrten, harrtet, harrte.

From his voice and his blissfully smiling face, I could see that he was greatly flattered by my visit. Two peasant women helped me off with my coat in the entry, and a peasant in a red shirt hung it on a hook, and when Ivan Ivanitch and I went into his little study, two barefooted little girls were sitting on the floor looking at a picture-book; when they saw us they jumped up and ran away, and a tall, thin old woman in specta cles came in at once, bowed gravely to me, and picking up a pillow from the sofa and a picture-book from the floor, went away.

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