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English-German Dictionary

English-German translation for: [face]
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German-English Dictionary: [face]
distorted {adj} {past-p} [face etc.]
bold {adj} [cliff, rock face, etc.]
steil [Klippe, Felswand etc.]
prone {adj} [lying flat esp. face down]
liegend [in Bauchlage]
grumpy {adj} [coll.] [face, features, person]
bärbeißig [ugs.]
rugged {adj} [shore, rock face, landscape, etc.]
zerklüftet [Küste, Felswand, Landschaft etc.]
prone {adv} [face downward]
whiskery {adj} [face]
florid {adj} [face]
twisted {adj} {past-p} [face etc.]
crumpled {adj} {past-p} [also fig.: face]
zerknautscht [auch fig.: Gesicht]cloth.textil.
ragged {adj} [coastline, rock face, etc.]
zerklüftet [Küste, Felswand etc.]geogr.geol.
lugubrious {adj} [face, expression]
kummervoll [Gesicht, Miene]
unlined {adj} [face]
faltenfrei [Gesicht]
faltenlos [Gesicht]
severe {adj} [face, beauty, landscape, etc.]
herb [Gesicht, Schönheit, Landschaft etc.]
painted {adj} {past-p} [woman, face]
smiley {adj} [eyes, face]
ashen {adj} [face]
aschbleich [seltener]
aquiline {adj} [nose, face]
dinarisch [Nase, Gesicht] [veraltet]
bald {adj} [with a white blaze on the face]
mit Blesse [nachgestellt] [Pferd, Rind, Hund]equest.zool.
bloated [pej.] [face, belly]
schwammig [pej.] [aufgedunsen]
convulsed {adj} {past-p} [e.g. face]
verzerrt [z. B. Gesicht]
grotesque {adj} [of a face]
grouchy {adj} [face, features, person] [coll.]
bärbeißig [ugs.]
prone {adj} [face down]
auf dem Bauch liegend
tearful {adj} [face]
uppermost {adv} [face, side, etc.]
nach oben [Gesicht, Seite, usw.]
to face [turn the face]
sehen [gucken, schauen]
to furrow [brow, face]
to slash sth. [a tyre / tire, sb.'s face, etc.]
etw. zerschlitzen [einen Reifen, jds. Gesicht etc.]
to paint sb. [sb.'s face, body]
jdn. schminken
to convulse [e.g. face]
verzerren [z. B. Gesicht]
[to pull a face with a protruding lower lip, when sulky or starting to cry]
ein Schippchen machen [ugs., hum.]idiom
ein Schippchen ziehen [ugs., hum.]idiom
to darken [face, eyes, sky before storm]
sich verfinstern
to harden [expression, face]
sich versteinern [Miene, Gesicht]
to register sth. [face]
etw. zum Ausdruck bringen [Miene]
to smack sb. [in the face]
jdm. eine kleschen [österr.] [bayer.] [ugs.] [eine Ohrfeige geben]
countenance [facial expression or face]
Miene {f}
veil [for the face]
Gesichtsschleier {m}cloth.
feature [of a face]
Gesichtszug {m}
feature [of sb.'s face, character]
Zug {m} [Gesichtszug, Charakterzug]
mug [sl.] [face]
Fresse {f} [derb] [Gesicht]anat.
Gfrieß {n} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs. und pej: Gesicht]
face [clock face]
Ziffernblatt {n}watches
expression [look on sb.'s face]
Miene {f}
mug [coll.] [face]
Fratze {f} [pej.]anat.
denomination [face amount]
Wert {m} [Nennwert]
cliff [steep rock face]
Felswand {f}geol.
expression [of face]
Gesicht {n} [Gesichtsausdruck]
dial [coll.] [face]
Visage {f}
pan [sl.] [face]
Fresse {f} [derb] [Gesicht]
stop [part of a dog's face]
Stopp {m} [im Gesicht eines Hundes]anat.zool.
[a person who "looks the other way" in the face of a crime or misfortune]
Weggucker {m}
face [front face]
Vorderfläche {f}
faceplant [sl.] [falling on one's face]
Gesichtsklatscher {m}sports
grayness [Am.] [of face]
Fahlheit {f} [Gesicht]
greyness [esp. Br.] [of face]
Fahlheit {f} [Gesicht]
identikit [Identi-Kit®, trademark in the U.S.] [used for a method of creating a picture (as of the face of a person wanted by police)]
Identikit {n} [Identi-Kit®]
lineament [of face]
Zug {m} [Gesichtszug]
lividity [face, skin, etc.]
Blässe {f} [Gesicht, Haut, etc.]
map [sl.] [dated] [human face]
Visage {f} [salopp]anat.
miner [face worker]
Hauer {m}jobsmining
scuncheon [inside face of a door jamb]
Türleibung {f}archi.
scuncheon [inside face of a window frame]
Fensterleibung {f}archi.
(heavily) lined {adj} [face]
faltenreich [Gesicht]
to go puce [in the face]
puterrot werden
to run sb. down [to criticise sb., usually not to their face]
über jdn. herziehen [ugs.]
craggy features [face]
markante Gesichtszüge {pl}
pancake face [pej.] [flat and broad face or person having such a face]
Pfannkuchengesicht {n} [pej.]
preparatory command [e.g. "right" in the command "right face"]
Ankündigungskommando {n} [z. B. "Richt" im Kommando "Richt Euch"]mil.
right side [face of a fabric]
rechte Seite {f} [eines Stoffes]cloth.textil.
contorted with pain {adj} [postpos.] [face]
distorted by grief {adj} [face] [postpos.]
gramentstellt [veraltend] [geh.] [selten] [Gesicht]
face to face {adv}
einander gegenüber
im direkten Gegenübermarket.
Auge in Augeidiom
face to face {adv} <F2F>
von Angesicht zu Angesicht [geh.]
lined with stress {adj} [postpos.] [face]
von Stress gezeichnet [Gesicht]
to become sunken / haggard [face]
einfallen [Gesicht]
to be in the shadow [house, face, etc]
im Schatten liegen [Haus, Gesicht etc.]
to bring face to face
to speak face to face
direkt miteinander sprechen
Get your head out of your ass! [vulg.] [Face it]
Zieh den Kopf aus dem Arsch! [vulg.]idiom
to bring face to face with
to come face to face with
konfrontiert werden mit
to come face to face with death
dem Tod ins Auge sehenidiom
to have a face for radio [hum.] [to have an unattractive face]
ein Radiogesicht haben [hum.] [ein unschönes Gesicht haben]
ein Radiogesicht besitzen [hum.] [ein unschönes Gesicht haben]
Face to Face [Lou Antonio]
Afrika läßt grüßenFfilm
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