Are you inconsiderate

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TYPE OF SPEECHIMPORTANCEEXAMPLESADDITIONSYou have (maybe) nerves!
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brave /naughtySynonyms for:
naughty /inconsiderateSynonyms for:
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thoughtlesscolloquial; This phrase serves to reject an inappropriate request or as a signal that a previous request (request) is perceived as unreasonable; see also "have the nerve (s)"show someone a bird
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!Youarecrazy S Synonyms for:
crazy ! Synonyms for:
Nonsense!Youare not quite in your mind s Synonyms for:
not in their right mind!"'Go on, it doesn't get any greener!' She called. Then she drove past him and showed him a bird"; "'There's nothing!', He shows him a bird: 'I think' you crazy! '";"' Can you tell me where to find shags and footballers, noble sir? ' The man shows him a bird and continues ";" But it's stupid that the client has also shown the inspector a bird. Does the judge see that? Youzen therefore not to be considered an insult, the bird could still bring the accused a punishment "This phrase is an example of non-verbal communication: tapping your forehead with your index finger to express your displeasure;
see also "to have a bird / a titmouse / a birdie / beep"Youare maybe a number!
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a joker!Youare weird s synonyms for:
a strange person / strange S synonyms for:
a strange man man!"Youare me maybe a number! Just skip the follow-up appointment! ";" She climbed onto a chair, pulled Markus by the arm and pressed a kiss on his bearded cheek. The young man smiled. 'Youare me maybe a number! And now run. The others are already waiting for you. Have fun in the zoo '";"'Youare maybe give me a number, 'remarked Libby. 'Just grab a new bridegroom and don't tell your best friend a word about it' "colloquial; Is used both in astonished-admiring and in a critically distant sense. See also "being a number for yourself"What's wrong? What's wrong with you?
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!What's wrong with you? Areyou ill? Has you Problems? Why behave you you so strange? Why did you you so bad mood?"What's the matter with you? I've never seen you in such a bad mood!"; "What's the matter with you? Since this Kate was here, areyou completely changed ";" Kreisliga C, what's wrong with you? You ask yourself after yesterday's game day ";" What's wrong with Johnny Depp? Johnny Depp's fans are worried: These photos show the 54-year-old looking thin and sickly ";" What's wrong with linksunten? What's wrong with solidarity? "This question about the current state or well-being is usually narrowed down to situations in which someone is in a bad mood, behaves abnormally or suspects difficulties.

See also "there is nothing / not much going on with someone", "there is a lot going on"; to "los" see also "los und single"... then you can you congratulate you
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!1. ... then you can you to be happy / proud
2. ... then areyou bad off; ... then you have you Bad luck1. "If you If you're already thinking about food, even though you had two wisdom teeth pulled today, then you can you congratulate you. That went off lightly ";" If you have made it this far, you can you congratulate you. Only the bravest can do it "
2. "If I get you, then you can you congratulate you! ";" Unload you the battery further, you can you congratulate you and install a new one right away "colloquial, 2. ironic; "Congratulations" is a loan word from Latin that has been in use since the 16th century, where "gratulari" means "to show your joyful sympathy". This meaning was largely taken over with the word, the ironic use (second meaning) being documented since the 19th century. The question "Can you congratulate?" for expressing polite praise and sympathy, while the variant "Can you congratulate?" still marks the aspect of ignorance on the part of the questionerYou you are probably dreaming!
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inattentive
2. You are wrong youyou SSynonyms for:
you're wrong
3. Your desires cannot be fulfilledcolloquialThat serves you (quite) right!
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!That has you earned! That is the just punishment! On it areyou it is your own fault s Synonyms for:
it's your own fault!"You missed the bus? That serves you quite right, why did you You also dawdled like this this morning? ";" In addition, her mother took away a laptop and a television: 'I thought it was unfair.' Instead of the hoped-for help, however, the aunt grumbled angrily: 'Serves you right, damn brat!' ";" It serves him right that he has now been reported himself for pretending to be a criminal offense. This could also be a warning signal to all those who want to make a name for themselves at the expense of the overburdened judiciary and want to get into the media "colloquial; Only used when something bad happens to you.

To be "right" in the sense of "right" see also "to be right", "to see what is right"Your hat is on fire!
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