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 Idiom / Idiom, Redewendung
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idiom [Beer before wine, you'll feel fine; wine before beer, you'll feel queer. / Wine on beer, give good cheer; beer on wine, you'll repine.]Bier auf Wein, das lass' sein; Wein auf Bier, das rat' ich dir. [auch: Wein auf Bier, das rat' ich dir; Bier auf Wein, das lass' sein.]
idiom [May there always be enough water beneath your keel.]Immer eine Handbreit Wasser unterm Kiel!
idiom quote [posterity binds no garlands about the actor's head]Dem Mimen flicht die Nachwelt keine Kränze. [Schiller]
idiom [Rather get an upset stomach than let anything go back to the innkeeper.]Lieber den Magen verrenken, als dem Wirt etwas / was schenken. [auch: Lieber den Magen verrenkt, als dem Wirt was geschenkt.]
idiom mus. lit. [Saffron makes the cake yellow.]Safran macht den Kuchen gel.
idiom [so much colder, that you need an extra jacket] {adj}einen Kittel kälter [südd.] [regional]
idiom [something must urgently be done](Es ist) Feuer unterm Dach! [ugs.] [österr. auch: (Es ist) Feuer am Dach!]
idiom [Speed is no sorcery!]Geschwindigkeit ist keine Hexerei!
idiom [The days are getting longer again, spring is nearing.]Es geht nauswärts. [fränk.] [pfälz.] [regional]
idiom [There's nothing warming the crown jewels, yet he thinks he's ready for Vegas.](Noch) keine Haare am Sack, aber im Puff vordrängeln. [vulg.]
idiom A-OK! [coll.] [Am.]Alles bestens!
film idiom Action! [a director's call]Und bitte! [eine Anweisung des Regisseurs]
idiom Alas!Gott sei's geklagt! [ugs.] [veraltend]
idiom basically {adv}im Kern
idiom Blimey! [Br.] [coll.]
Himmelkreuzdonnerwetter! [ugs. salopp]
idiom blinkered {adj} [fig.]nicht über den Tellerrand hinausschauend
idiom Bundle! [Br.] [attack]Alle zusammen! [Aufforderung zu gemeinsamem Angriff]
idiom med. pharm. cave [Latin: caution] [commonly used to denote important information in patient's charts]cave / Cave [Beispiel: Kontraindikation - Cave Nierensteine]
idiom Cave! [Br.] [school sl., dated for: Look out!]
idiom chastened {adj} {past-p}zur Einsicht gebracht
idiom Cheers!Hoch die Tassen! [ugs.]
idiom Chill!Reg dich ab!
idiom completely {adv} [in love etc.]mit Haut und Haar / Haaren [ugs.]
idiom consolidated {adj}unter einem Dach
idiom continuously {adv}am laufenden Band
idiom controlled {adj}in vorgegebenen Bahnen
idiom dedicated {adj}mit Leib und Seele bei der Sache [nachgestellt]
idiom Dedigitate! [sl.]Nimm den Finger aus dem Arsch! [vulg.]
idiom dim {adj} [coll.] [pej.] [slow-witted]schwer von Begriff [nur prädikativ] [ugs.] [pej.]
idiom sports drawish {adj} [chess]
remislich [ugs.] [Schach, unentschieden]
idiom druther {adv} [Am.] [dial.] [(would) rather, by preference]
eher [lieber]
idiom dwarfed {past-p} [fig.]in den Schatten gestellt [fig.]
idiom each {adv} [per person]pro Nase [ugs.] [pro Person]
idiom easily {adv}locker vom Hocker [ugs.] [fig.]
idiom edgily {adv}mit Ecken und Kanten
idiom edgy {adj} [innovative] [of books etc.]mit Ecken und Kanten [fig.] [Bücher, Kunstwerke]
idiom Enough!
Sense! [ugs.]
idiom Excellent! [of food, wine etc.]Ein Gedicht!
idiom Fiddlesticks! [coll.] [dated] [bother]
Pustekuchen! [ugs.] [Ausdruck der Ablehnung]
idiom Fine.Ist gebongt! [ugs.] [kurz für: Das ist gebongt!]
idiom foolish {adj} [silly]
äffisch [albern]
idiom Freeze!Keine Bewegung!
idiom Freeze!Stehen bleiben!
idiom Fuggedaboutit! [Am.] [sl.] [forget about it]Keine Chance!
idiom Goddammit! [coll.]Gopfertami! [schweiz.] [ugs.]
idiom Gorblimey! [Br.]Mein lieber Herr Gesangsverein! [veraltend]
idiom haphazardly {adv}auf gut Glück
idiom Heck, ... [expressing surprise, frustration, or dismay]
Verdammt, ... [salopp] [bei Verwunderung od. Missfallen]
idiom hot [coll.] [fig.] [attractive]
scharf [ugs.] [fig.] [attraktiv]
idiom ingrained {adj} {past-p} [prejudice, opinion]tief sitzend [Vorurteile, Meinungen]
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