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SPEECHIMPORTANCEEXAMPLESADDITIONSonefartacrossto sit / sit acrossto have
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Flatulence; slight physical discomfort to have; feel uncomfortable S Synonyms for:
to feel unwell ; Bad mood to haveSynonyms for:
bad mood; grumpy S Synonyms for:
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disgruntled"Sit down fartacross or what? Loosen up! ";" Actually a miracle cure, but it failed completely today. 'Maybe he's just sitting there fartacross', Günter tried his hand at humor ";" He may not know the word' shouting 'and is then appalled when there are' scratches' on the goods. Or sit in him fartacross - and he does it for it one Scratches with a bad rating on your profile ";" Somehow this morning the sat me fartacross, I felt weak ";" Here you can talk about what the stuff holds: whether someone is in a good mood, looks shitty, or 'nen fartsit across";" Is that standard now that every player even a tiny little one fartacross lies in a thread having to howl like a little girl? ";" Because there are quite a few people who have more problems with their digestive tract to havethan that just one fartacross sits, and then the whole thing is not so funny anymore "colloquial, casual, joking; Common since the beginning of the 20th centuryonefart had breakfast to have
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Bad mood ; be wrong S Synonyms for:
not right in mind; be easily insane S Synonyms for:
slightly crazy"What's the matter with him? Did he onefart breakfast? ";" Did you onefart had breakfast? That was not a suspect, but the perpetrator! ";" I am a fun-loving person who konefart has had breakfast and with both Bone is fully in life! ";" He who is willing to pay that has onefart breakfast ";" How are you then? A wet one this morning fart had breakfast? Don't treat people like that here, he didn't offend you either! "Colloquial, casual to coarse, rarelycross and across
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messy; disordered; mixed"With the railroad cross and across through Germany ";" cross and across through the city ";" The bus drives off. He races back and forth across through nocturnal London ";" In the past it was well received by women, it went back and forth across through all beds ";" With the U- and S-Bahn the candidates will cross and across sent and have questions about their city - Berlin! - answer ";" Unique to Mercury are its huge 'folds' that cross and across stretched over its surface and formed by the contraction of the planet during its cooling phase ";" He saw the klone blue fish with its glittering scales long after, how the so happy cross and across swam through the water ";" Where continuity used to be the guideline, now it goes back and forth across confused ";" When piles of rubbish and material cross and across are messed up, no smooth construction progress can be organized "This formula refers to crisscrossing and overacrossend directions of movement, which is basically the same thing. This reinforces the meaning components. The phrase has only been documented since the 17th century, but probably much olderacross through the garden
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drunk"At the end of the evening, I pretty much had it oneto sit";" When we were really nice oneto sit we had the crazy idea - in the truest sense of the word - to sit down in the casino again ";" The entertainer and original Berliner Harald Juhnke is dying. His idea of ​​happiness: 'No appointments and easy oneto sit'";" I have neat oneto sit, Jason and Klara are pretty crazy. 'Mom, we to have Drank tequila! 'Shouts Jason ";" No shower for 3 days, eat ravioli, good music and always light oneto sit. Others go to festivals for this, I do 'home office' ";" Not only believers but also unbelievers can feel heavenly if they are properly oneto sit Has. Those who get intoxicated go out of their way, give up control, abandon themselves to unknown, even higher powers ";" Men can lie down oneto sit and one stand to have"colloquial; The phrase - which has been documented since the 1870s - represents a shortening of "one Monkeys to sitto haveSillner, on the other hand, sees the origin in the idea of ​​an intoxication that sits deep inside you. There is a typical veiling, i.e. the actual object is not mentioned.

Küpper still mentions the meaning of "not being right in your senses", which is of no importance today.

Compare also "one Kloneto sitto haveone Monkeys to sitto have
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drunk"In Germany, too, 200 years ago they said about one Drunk, he got one Monkeys to sit";" Hasn't been reported many times that a pilot one Monkeys to sit Has?"colloquial; There are different interpretations of the origin. The monkey is said to have a tendency to drunkenness. According to another idea, the intoxicated person is possessed by demons in animal form. After all, soldiers who carry monkeys (knapsacks) on their shoulders and jugglers who carry live monkeys with them are considered to be people with a tendency to drink.

Others point out that the word monkey is probably derived from Old Russian "opica" and came to the Germanic peoples along with the animal on unknown trade routes. A misunderstanding could lead to a mixture with Czech "opice" (to get drunk) leading to the meaning "intoxication" to havethat was passed onone Kloneto sitto have
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to be slightly drunk / drunk SSynonyms for:
drunk"I'm not drunk yet, just have one Kloneto sit";" Maybe you think we all have one kloneto sit had. But I tell you, I was sober! ";" You can actually tell that I one Kloneto sit have? The herbal schnapps was really delicious ";" You already have one Kloneto sitright? "colloquial; The expression has been documented since the beginning of the 20th century.

For the origin see also "oneto sitto have" the money loose to sitto have