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 Übersetzung für 'larking' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   larking | larkings
VERB   to lark | larked | larked
larking | larks
larking {adj}übermütig
136
larking {adj}ausgelassen
16
larking {adj}vergnügt
9
larking about [Br.]Geblödel {n} [ugs.]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • For many years Larking collaborated with the Revd Thomas Streatfeild (1777–1848), in the collection and compilation of materials for a new history of the county of Kent and, when Streatfeild died in 1848 the materials were left in Larking's hands.
  • Prior to this, the new station's frequencies broadcast a long sequence of programming trails linked by Jon Briggs (one of the station's launch presenting team) and pre-recorded sketches from comedians Trevor Neal and Simon Hickson (consisting of the two larking about in the studio amid the strains of "Sailing By", and Trevor suddenly being cut off while he was reading his so-called "Ode to Radio 5").
  • The video shows Madness as car mechanics larking about in their workshop, and in their normal suits driving around in their "Maddiemobile" – a white 1959 model Morris Minor.
  • As early as 1911 the game was being played regularly at Oxford. In 1911 Oxford University captained by Alfred Clemens defeated Cambridge University captained by Ron Larking 13.9 (87) to 5.12 (42).
  • Lambert B. Larking was an English clergyman, writer and antiquarian who was a founding member of the Kent Archaeological Society.

  • He and his wife also wrote for the "Sea Larking" column in the "Daily Pilot" and "Bay Window" for the Balboa Bay Club, a private yacht club.
  • Scarvell was born in 1904 in Christchurch, the daughter of John Larking Scarvell (eldest son of Henry Ramsay Scarvell) and Lucy Mary Scarvell (née Malthus, eldest daughter of Charles E.D. Malthus).
  • In 2021 Maiklem Bloomsbury published her second book "A Field Guide to Larking: Beachcombing, Mudlarking, Fieldwalking and More", an illustrated guide to how to search for lost objects and how to identify what you find.
  • She was the mother of two sons, with whom she spent one month every summer hunting, fishing and “larking” in the Adirondacks.
  • The men continue to do their best to entertain Masao by larking about for a few more days.

  • The day after, the BBC released never before seen footage of the band from 1967, with Adge Cutler larking around in Bristol City Centre.
  • The researchers found the Police tactic of 'lurking and larking', whereby constables would wait outside Irish pubs and clubs to make arrests to be to blame for the high statistics, which was labelled a form of 'institutional racism'.
  • The son of Richard James Larking (1868-1908), and Ethel Maude Larking (1863-1952), née Peterson, Ronald Guy Larking was born in East St Kilda on 9 September 1890.
  • HMS "Halcyon" (1813) was a Royal Navy [...] that Edward Larking & William Spong built at King's Lynn and launched in 1813. She had one of the shortest lives of any vessel of her class.
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