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spitting at an opponent
1 opponentopponent Antragsgegner m, Prozessgegner m; Gegenseite f
2 opponentnounGegner, der/Gegnerin, die* * *[ə'pəunənt](a person who opposes: an opponent of the government; He beat his opponent by four points.) der/die Gegner(in)- academic2.ru/51913/opportune">opportune- opportunely
- opportunist* * *op·po·nent[əˈpəʊnənt, AM -ˈpoʊ-]to face an \opponent einem Gegner begegnen* * *[ə'pəʊnənt]nGegner(in) m(f); (in debate, battle of wits etc also) Opponent m* * *A adj1. → opposing 12. entgegenstehend, -gesetzt ( beide:to dat), gegnerisch* * *nounGegner, der/Gegnerin, die* * *n.Gegner - m.Kontrahend m.Widerpart m.
3 spitting distanceˈspit·ting dis·tancento be in [or within] \spitting distance of sth ( fam) nur einen Steinwurf [o Katzensprung] von etw dat entfernt sein* * *spitting distance [ˈspıtıŋ] s:within spitting distance umg nur einen Katzensprung entfernt (of von)
4 spitting imagenoun* * *spit·ting ˈim·agen Ebenbild nt▪ to be the \spitting image of sb jds Ebenbild [o jdm wie aus dem Gesicht geschnitten] sein* * ** * *noun
5 spitting snakespitting snake → academic2.ru/62465/ringhals">ringhals
6 opponentop·po·nent [əʼpəʊnənt, Am -ʼpoʊ-] nto face an \opponent einem Gegner begegnen
7 spitting distance'spit·ting dis·tance n
8 spitting imagespit·ting 'im·age nEbenbild nt;to be the \spitting image of sb jds Ebenbild [o jdm wie aus dem Gesicht geschnitten] sein
9 spitting image['spɪtɪŋ'ɪmɪdʒ]n
he's the spitting image of you — er ist dir/Ihnen wie aus dem Gesicht geschnitten
10 opponent muscleop·po·nent ˈmus·clen beweglicher Daumenmuskel
11 fire spittingadj.feuerspeiend adj.
12 He's the spitting image of his father.expr.Er ist seinem Vater wie aus dem Gesicht geschnitten. ausdr.
13 it is spitting(with rain) expr.es sprüht ausdr.
14 opponent muscleop·po·nent 'mus·cle nbeweglicher Daumenmuskel
15 blood spittingblutiger Auswurf m
16 spitting (Adj.)germ. spaiwa-; spiwula-
17 opponent[ə'pəʊnənt] UK / USnGegner (-in) m (f)
18 Anspucken eines Gegners
19 einen Gegner anspucken
20 Ballkontrolle■ Technische und koordinative Fähigkeit, den Ball unter Kontrolle zu bringen und zu behalten, auch unter Bedrängnis eines oder mehrerer gegnerischer Spieler.
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