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On top of all that, ministers will not want to fleece the taxpayer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A large sheet of horticultural fleece, ready for a cold is always handy to wrap around tender plants. The Sun (2016)White can be warm if you introduce it through textures: the leather of the seating, the wool and fleece and hide of rugs and throws. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now we discover he fleeced the taxpayer for the bill. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Your aim is to fleece as much money from as many lonely old men as you can. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He disposed of the knife and the fleece jacket that he had worn. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Keep some horticultural fleece handy to cover the plant on cold nights. The Sun (2010)Now he was wearing a fleece and chinos. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Horticultural fleece is an absolute godsend through conditions like these. The Sun (2008)Is it right to wear a fleece? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Have some horticultural fleece or old net curtain handy to drop over plants before frosty nights. The Sun (2009)The polyester fleece will be reinvented so it is no longer viewed as the triumph of comfort over style. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But that was not their intention at all: it was to fleece the public. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He raced to help her and battled to tackle the 4ft flames with his fleece jacket and shirt. The Sun (2007)The company was uninterested in advancing wireless technology -- it was in business to fleece the public with empty promises of future profits. SIGNOR MARCONI'S MAGIC BOX: The invention that sparked the radio revolution (2003)AN illegal immigrant who fleeced taxpayers out of nearly 100,000 was yesterday jailed for four years. The Sun (2012)It's a fair point: he tends to turn up to stores wearing a fleece and jeans. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The best of six tested, its soft fleece rolls up and clips into an easily portable roll with a built-in handle. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The sheer outrage of linking a music store with a popular music player would - undoubtedly - have left the public fleeced. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A soft fleece exterior features St Nick holding a present and there is loads of room inside. The Sun (2013)THREE profoundly deaf fraudsters who fleeced taxpayers out of nearly 1million have been jailed for a total of more than 12 years. The Sun (2016)A LAMB which was born without a fleece is keeping warm thanks to sheepskin jackets made by a farmer. The Sun (2016)
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Übersetzungen für fleece
Britisches Englisch: fleece /fliːs/ NOUN
A sheep's fleece is its coat of wool.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: fleece
- Arabisch: صُوفُ الـخُرُوف
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: lã
- Chinesisch: 绒头织物
- Kroatisch: ovčja koža
- Tschechisch: vlna ovčí
- Dänisch: fleece
- Niederländisch: schaapsvacht
- Europäisches Spanisch: lana
- Finnisch: lampaan turkki
- Französisch: toison mouton
- Deutsch: Vlies
- Griechisch: προβιά
- Italienisch: lana
- Japanisch: フリース
- Koreanisch: 양털
- Norwegisch: saueull
- Polnisch: wełna
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: lã
- Rumänisch: lână
- Russisch: руно
- Spanisch: felpa
- Schwedisch: fleece-tröja
- Thai: ผ้าขนแกะ
- Türkisch: post
- Ukrainisch: овеча вовна
- Vietnamesisch: vải fleece
Britisches Englisch: fleece VERB
If you fleece someone, you get a lot of money from them by tricking them or charging them too much.
She claims he fleeced her out of a large sum of money..
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