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Freed: Befreit, frei, befreite. inseparably: unzertrennlich. mingled: mischtest, gemischt, mischte, mischten, mischtet, kunterbunt, mengte, mengten, mengtest, mengtet, gemengt. observant: achtsam, abwartend, aufmerksam, beobachtend, wachsam. pleasures: Vergnügen. propped: gestützt, stützte. scratching: Kratzen, kratzend, löschend, Kratzerei, Gekratze, Gekrabbel, Gekritzel. sill: Schwelle. sofa: Sofa, Couch, Kanapee, Divan, Sitzbank, Bank. stare: starren, anstarren, stieren, anglotzen. violin: Geige, Violine, Stiefmütterchen, Fiedel.

The gentlemen who rented the room would sometimes take their evening meal at home in the living room that was used by everyone, and so the door to this room was often kept closed in the evening. But Gregor found it easy to give up having the door open, he had, after all, often failed to make use of it when it was open and, without the family having noticed it, lain in his room in its darkest corner. One time, though, the charwoman left the door to the living room slightly open, and it remained open when the gentlemen who rented the room came in in the evening and the light was put on.

Arms: Waffen, Arme, Waffe, Pistole, Knarre, Gewehr. begging: Bittend, Bettelnd, Bettelei, ersuchend, Betteln, Abstauben, Schnorren. blouse: Bluse, Schürze, Kittel. clothes: Kleider, kleidet, Kleidung, kleidet an, bekleidet, Sommersachen, Kledage, Zeug, kleidet ein. easier: leichter. front: Vorderseite, Front, Fassade, Vorderränder, Spitze, vordere Ende. herself: selber, selbst, sich, sie selbst. pulled: gezogen, zogst, zogen, zog, zogt, gezerrt, zerrtet, zerrtest, zerrte, zerrten, riß. ran: lieft, liefst, liefen, lief, rannten, rannte, ranntet, ranntest, eilte, eiltet, eiltest.

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