to be freaked out , to be agitated
(can be good an bad, "vor Freude, Angst")
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Word of the Day - "ausser"

A fun look at the meaning of "ausser" and how to use it. Special guests: "bis auf", "ausserdem" and dumb jokes.

Word Family

Root: *uidh-

The core idea of this root was:

up, outward, away

It’s the origin of English out as well as German aus and the prefixes ur- and er-.

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