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to liaise [chiefly British] [to be the contact person]
74
vermitteln [als Verbindungsperson fungieren]
Nouns
hist. farthing [Br.] [British coin until 1961, worth a quarter of a penny]
64
Viertelpenny {m}
hist. the Raj [British government of India, 1858-1947]
18
[britische Herrschaft in Indien, 1858-1947]
EU neol. Brexit [coll.] [short for: British exit from the EU]
13
Brexit {m} [EU-Austritt Großbritanniens]
marquess [British title]
8
Marquess {m} [britischer Adelstitel]
[derogatory term for a British person]
7
Inselaffe {m} [pej.]
mil. tab [British Military] [a marking on the collar distinguishing an officer of high rank or (formerly) a staff officer]
7
Kragenspiegel {m} [hier: Rangabzeichen des britischen Militärs]
hist. bizone [British and US zones of occupation after World War II]
5
Bizone {f} [vereinigte britische und US-Besatzungszone nach dem 2. Weltkrieg]
hist. [slang for British soldiers in and after WW II in Germany and Austria]Tommies {pl} [ugs.]
curr. berry [1930's British slang for a one pound note]Ein-Pfund-Note {f}
hist. bombe [Br.] [Turing bombe, Turing-Welchman bombe; an electromechanical device used by British cryptologists]Turing-Bombe {f} [ugs.: Bombe]
geogr. Britisher [dated, esp. Ind. or hum.] [here: any British subject]britischer Bürger {m} [mit oder ohne Migrationshintergrund]
geogr. pol. Chequers [British prime minister's country retreat]Chequers [Landsitz des britischen Premierministers]
geogr. Europe [from a British viewpoint] [coll.]europäisches Festland {n}
hieroglyphic [individual sign] [now often considered incorrect for 'hieroglyph', esp. in British English]Hieroglyphe {f}
hieroglyphic [sign system] [rare] [generally now considered incorrect for 'hieroglyphics', esp. in British English].Hieroglyphenschrift {f}
hist. pol. Mosleyite[Anhänger von Oswald Mosley, dem Gründer der British Union of Fascists]
educ. munshi [Ind.] [also spelled moonshee] [native language instructor, esp. in British India]Munschi {m} [einheimischer Sprachlehrer, bes. in Britisch-Indien]
jobs naut. oldster [Br.] [midshipman of four years' standing in the British navy][ein schon vier Jahre dienender Seekadett der British Navy]
hist. Sirkar [British government in India](indische) Regierung {f}
Tippex® [British trademark] [also: Tipp-Ex®]Tipp-Ex® {n}
2 Words: Others
donkey's ears {adv} [coll.] [from British rhyming slang] [donkey's years, a very long time]ewig und drei Tage [ugs.] [hum.] [Redewendung]
Yours truly, [at the end of a letter] [reserved for informal correspondence in British English]Mit freundlichen Grüßen [am Ende eines Briefes / Schreibens]
2 Words: Nouns
naut. travel (RMS) Titanic [British passenger liner](RMS) Titanic {f} [britisches Passagierschiff]
naut. unit admiralty mile [British sea mile] [6080 ft.] [1853,184 m]britische Seemeile {f} [1853,184 m]
cloth. hist. mil. ammo boots [coll. for: ammunition boots] [standard footwear for the British Army][britische Armee-/Kampfstiefel (Standard), ab ca. 1880 bis 1960]
ecol. for. ancient woodlands [Br.] [in British terminology woodland older than 1600 years]uralte Wälder {pl} [insb. in Bezug auf Europa und gemäß dem in der britischen Terminologie erweiterten Urwaldbegriff]
ecol. for. ancient woods [Br.] [in British terminology woodland older than 1600 years]uralte Wälder {pl} [insb. in Bezug auf Europa und gemäß dem in der britischen Terminologie erweiterten Urwaldbegriff]
hist. Chartered Company [coll.] [British South Africa Company]Britische Südafrika-Gesellschaft {f}
pol. communications minister [British government, among others]Kommunikationsminister {m}
hist. pol. Coronation Stone [British]Krönungsstein {m}
art bibl. Cotton Genesis [British Library, MS Cotton Otho B VI]Cotton-Genesis {f}
brew unit degree Plato <°P> [used by British and continental European brewers]Grad {n} Plato <°P> [Einheit des Stammwürzegehalts]
cloth. Doc Martens [coll.] [Dr. Martens®, Doctor Martens, Docs, DMs] [British footwear brand]Dr. Martens® {pl} [auch: Docs, Doc Martens; Schuhe]
pol. Downing Street [the British government]die britische Regierung {f}
hist. pol. government history [often: history of the (British / German / American etc.) government]Regierungsgeschichte {f}
transp. HGV licence [Br.] [common British term] [Heavy Goods Vehicle licence]Zweier-Führerschein {m} [ugs.] [Lkw-Führerschein]
automot. licence plate [Br.] [British spelling, but not British usage]Nummernschild {n}
hist. pol. Mandatory Palestine [short for: British Mandate of Palestine]Palästinamandat {n} [kurz für: Völkerbundsmandat für Palästina]
hist. native state [entity of the British Indian Empire](indischer) Fürstenstaat {m}
hist. mil. potato masher [British Army slang]Kartoffelstampfer {m} [ugs.] [Stielhandgranate]
gastr. pound cake [British style] [Madeira cake]Rührkuchen {m}
hist. mil. quartermaster sergeant <QMS> [British Armed Forces]Oberfeldwebel {m} <OFw> [Wehrmacht]
Queen's Guard [British Royal Guard]Gardist {m} der Königin [ugs.] [hier: von Queen Elizabeth II.]
pol. question time [Br.] [also question period] [British Parliament]aktuelle Stunde {f} [Deutscher Bundestag]
hist. weapons Squid / squid [British World War II ship-mounted anti-submarine weapon]Squid {m} [U-Boot-Abwehrwaffe]
mil. staff sergeant <SSgt, S/Sgt> [British Armed Forces]Hauptfeldwebel {m} [Bundeswehr]
mil. staff sergeant <SSgt, S/Sgt> [British Armed Forces]Stabswachtmeister {m} [österr. Bundesheer]
hist. mil. staff sergeant <SSgt, S/Sgt> [British Army]Unterfeldwebel {m} [Wehrmacht]
journ. The Grauniad [also abbreviated as: Graun] [nickname of the British newspaper The Guardian][Spitzname der britischen Tageszeitung The Guardian]
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