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Thriving: gedeihend. trespass: Hausfriedensbruch. warrant: Garantie, gewährleisten, Gewähr, Ermächtigung, Warrant, verbürgen, sicherstellen, bürgen, Optionsschein, Lagerschein, haften. wit: Geist, Verstand, Witz. womb: Gebärmutter, Uterus, Mutterleib. 42 The Winter's Tale PAULINA. ] SCENE III. THE SAME. A ROOM IN THE PALACE. ] LEONTES. Nor night nor day no rest: it is but weakness To bear the matter thus,--mere weakness. --Who's there? FIRST ATTENDANT. My lord? LEONTES. How does the boy? FIRST ATTENDANT.
Account: Konto, Rechnung, Bericht, Beschreibung, erachten, Antrieb, berücksichtigen, Erläuterung, erwägen, Erzählung, Aufklärung. bidding: Gebot, Befehlend, Bieten. burden: Last, Belasten, Bürde, Belastung, Beauftragen, Ladung, Beladen, Gewicht, Aufladen, Auftragen, Fuhre. disloyal: treulos, untreu, verräterisch, tückisch, treubrüchig, heimtückisch, Sitzungsperiode, Sitzungsdauer. trügerisch. speed: Geschwindigkeit, Tempo, Eile, leave: verlassen, verlasse, verläßt, Schnelligkeit, Hast, Drehzahl, verlaß, verlaßt, Urlaub, lassen, Reisegeschwindigkeit, abreisen, Abschied, überlassen, Fahrgeschwindigkeit.
Blue, my lord. MAMILLIUS. Nay, that's a mock: I have seen a lady's nose That has been blue, but not her eyebrows. FIRST LADY. Hark ye: The queen your mother rounds apace. We shall Present our services to a fine new prince One of these days; and then you'd wanton with us, If we would have you. SECOND LADY. She is spread of late Into a goodly bulk: good time encounter her! HERMIONE. What wisdom stirs amongst you? Come, sir, now I am for you again: pray you sit by us, And tell's a tale. German amongst: unter, inmitten, zwischen.