Translations German Translations English
Translations for "[term]" found in: Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Spanish
Grouping/sorting of translations by language family (Germanic, Romance, Slavic, Uralic, others) and number of speakers.
veraltet
obsolete <obs.> [No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood. Obsolete is a stronger term than archaic, and a much stronger term than dated.]
 
veraltet
archaic [no longer in general use, but still found in some contemporary texts (e.g. the Bible) and generally understood; a stronger term than »dated«, but not as strong as »obsolete«]
 
langanhaltend
secular [long term]
 
denn [verstärkendes Wort in Fragen wie "Wer / Warum denn ist ... ?"]
then [intensifying term in questions like "Who / why then is ... ?"]
 
wirksam [Bestimmung usw.]
valid [term of contract etc.]
 
Haft- [Gefängnis-; z. B. Bedingungen, Strafe (Urteil), Zeit, Depression]
prison [attr.] [e.g. conditions, sentence, term, depression]
 
unakzeptabel
inacceptable [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]
 
inakzeptabel
inacceptable [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]
 
entwickelt
developes [criticized usage / term for develops]
 
ostisch [Begriff der nationalsozialistischen Rasseideologie]
eastern [race term of nazism]
stodder {fk} [vulg.] [skældsord]
motherfucker [esp. Am.] [vulg.] [sl.] [term of abuse]
 
skiderik {fk} [vulg.] [skældsord]
motherfucker [esp. Am.] [vulg.] [sl.] [term of abuse]
 
røvhul {n} [vulg.] [skældsord]
motherfucker [esp. Am.] [vulg.] [sl.] [term of abuse]
mors {n}
corpse [medical term]
 
betegnelse {m}
name [term]
 
betegnelse {m}
designation [name, term]
piparúði {k}
mace [often used as a generic term for any self-defense spray] [Mace®]
 
nuddpottur {k}
jacuzzi [used as a generic term for Jacuzzi®]
Gringolandia [mex.] [col.] [pey.]
[pejorative Mexican term for the United States of America]
 
puta {f} [vulg.] [pey.]
cunt [vulg.] [pej.] [disparaging term for a woman]
 
condena {f}
term [prison term]
puce {f} [fam.] [terme d'affection]
pet [coll.] [term of endearment]
 
bic® {m}
biro [Br.] [often used as a generic term for any ballpoint pen] [Biro™]
 
fiston {m} [fam.]
son [term of address]
 
saumonette {f}
huss [Br.] [gastronomic term for 'spiny dogfish']
 
harki {m}
Harki [generic term for native Muslim Algerians who served as auxiliaries in the French Army during the Algerian War of Independence from 1954 to 1962]
 
caraque {m} [mérid.] [fam.] [péj.]
[term of abuse in South France for a person of no fixed abode]
 
salopard {m} [péj.]
motherfucker [vulg.] [sl.] [esp. Am.] [term of abuse]
 
bancomat {m} [suisse] [aussi : bancomate]
cashpoint [Br.] [generic term] [Cashpoint®]
 
lette {f} [aussi : lète ou lède]
[term used in Gascony to describe a depression between two dunes]
 
panne {f}
[term used in Northern France to describe a depression between two dunes]
засаливать [несов.] sasaliwatʹ
to salt [prepare for long-term storage]
 
пиздюк {м} [неценз.] [бран.] [неприятный человек] pisdjuk
fucker [vulg.] [term of abuse]
prezydentura {f}
presidency [term in office]
kuličkové pero {n}
biro [Br.] [often used as a generic term for any ballpoint pen] [Biro™]
uplynúť [dok.] [vymedzený čas, lehota a pod.]
to expire [limited time, term, etc.]
 
zajko {m} [detsky: zajac]
bunny [children's term for a rabbit]
 
zajačik {m} [zdrob., hl. detsky: zajac]
bunny [children's term for a rabbit]
 
skurvenec {m} [vulg.]
motherfucker [esp. Am.] [vulg.] [sl.] [term of abuse]
 
Michigančan {m}
Michigander [official term by Michigan legislature]
 
Michigančanka {f}
Michigander [female] [official term by Michigan legislature]
 
Michigančan {m}
Michiganian [term used by US federal institutions]
 
Michigančanka {f}
Michiganian [female] [term used by US federal institutions]
 
zlatko {n}
baby [coll.] [term of endearment]
 
miláčik {m}
baby [coll.] [term of endearment]
bankomat {m}
cashpoint [Br.] [generic term] [Cashpoint®]
prevaziđen, zastario
obsolete <obs.> [No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood. Obsolete is a stronger term than archaic, and a much stronger term than dated.]
házinyúl
bunny [child's term for a rabbit]
poreallas
jacuzzi [used as a generic term for Jacuzzi®]
 
etälamautin
taser [used as a generic term]
celofan {m}
cellophane [generic term in some countries] [Cellophane®]
© dict.cc English-German dictionary 2024
Enthält Übersetzungen von der TU Chemnitz sowie aus Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (nur Englisch/Deutsch).
Links auf das Wörterbuch oder auch auf einzelne Übersetzungen sind immer herzlich willkommen!