By Mark Twain
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Bides: erwartet, passt ab, wartet ab. crumble: bröckeln, bröckelst, bröckelt, bröckle, bröckele, zerbröckeln, zerbröckelt, zerbröckele, zerbröckelst, zerbröckle, zerkrümeln. humbug: der Schwindler, das Pfefferminzbonbon, der Schwindel, der Humbug, der Unsinn, Humbug, Mumpitz, Pfefferminzbonbon, Quatsch, Unfug, Betören. idiotic: idiotisch, blödsinnig. i've: Ich habe. kingdoms: Königreiche. malice: Arglist, Bosheit, gehässige Bemerkung, Zorn, Wut, Verachtung, Stichelei, Sarkasmus, Grimm, Gehässigkeit, Bösartigkeit.
Mark Twain 27 I%was in a dismal state by this time; indeed, I was hardly enough in my right mind to keep the run of a dispute that sprung up as to how I had better be killed, the possibility of the killing being doubted by some, because of the enchantment in my clothes. And yet it was nothing but an ordinary suit of fifteen-dollar slopshops. Still, I was sane enough to notice this detail, to wit: many of the terms used in the most matter-of-fact way by this great assemblage of the first ladies and gentlemen in the land would have made a Comanche blush.
Sprung: herstammen von, sprang, springen, gesprungen. tongs: Zange, Griff, Henkel. tramp: trampeln, Landstreicher, Dachlose. unconcernedly: unbeteiligt, unbesorgt, unbekümmert. unconsciously: unbewusst. 28 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Finally I was carried off in one direction, and my perilous clothes in another. % German bed: Bett, Beet, Betten, Lager, Bettstelle, das Bett, Liegestuhl, Ins Bett legen. carried: getragen, trugt, trug, trugst, trugen, gebracht. cell: Zelle, die Zelle, Speicherzelle, Karzer, Kammer.
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