All Languages    |   EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   HU   FI   ES   LA   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   EL   SQ   BS   |   FR   SK   IS   ES   HU   NL   PL   RU   NO   SV   SQ   FI   IT   DA   CS   PT   RO   HR   BG   EO   LA   BS   TR   SR   EL   |   more ...

English-German Dictionary

English-German translation for: [Fall]
  äöüß...
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|About/Extras|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!

in other languages:

Deutsch - Bulgarisch
Deutsch - Dänisch
Deutsch - Englisch
Deutsch - Esperanto
Deutsch - Finnisch
Deutsch - Französisch
Deutsch - Isländisch
Deutsch - Italienisch
Deutsch - Latein
Deutsch - Niederländisch
Deutsch - Norwegisch
Deutsch - Portugiesisch
Deutsch - Rumänisch
Deutsch - Russisch
Deutsch - Schwedisch
Deutsch - Slowakisch
Deutsch - Spanisch
Deutsch - Tschechisch
Deutsch - Türkisch
English - Bosnian
English - Croatian
English - Danish
English - Dutch
English - French
English - Hungarian
English - Icelandic
English - Italian
English - Norwegian
English - Portuguese
English - Serbian
English - Slovak
English - Spanish
Add to ...

Dictionary English German: [Fall]

Translation 1 - 50 of 136  >>


English

» Restrict search to this language


German

» Restrict search to this language

respectively <resp.> [usually postpos.]
4330
beziehungsweise <bzw.> [respektive, im anderen Fall]
blatant {adj}
668
krass [Lüge, Fall]
alternatively {adv}
638
beziehungsweise [im anderen Fall]
lest {conj} [formal] [example: I was frightened lest he should fall.]
371
dass
definitely {adv}
64
sicher [eindeutig, auf jeden Fall]
residual {adj} [case, crime]
41
ungeklärt [Fall, Verbrechen]
hypothetical {adj}
15
konstruiert [Fall]
in the other case {adv}andernfalls [im anderen Fall]
and ..., respectivelybeziehungsweise <bzw.> [im anderen Fall]
in one case {adv}einmal [in einem Fall]
You bet! [coll.]Fjeden! [ugs.] [Jugendsprache] [Auf jeden (Fall)!]
Oh my God!Habidere! [österr.] [Habe die Ehre! In diesem Fall als Ausruf des Entsetzens]
idiom Not a bit of it! [coll.]Pustekuchen! [ugs.] [Es ist / war nicht der Fall]
by all means {adv}ruhig [auf jeden Fall]
Verbs
to plunge [fall, decrease dramatically]
3101
stürzen [plötzlich fallen, auch Kurse etc.]
to drop [to fall]
2397
fallen
to tumble [fall]
1121
fallen
to plunge [fall]
1053
fallen
to drop [fall vertically]
789
abfallen
to tumble [fall]
613
stürzen [fallen]
to drop [fall, decrease, drop off]
385
nachlassen [zurückgehen]
to collapse [fall apart]
55
auseinanderfallen
law to try [case]
50
verhandeln [Fall]
law to remit sth. [e.g. a case to a lower court]
44
etw. zurückverweisen [z. B. einen Fall an ein vorinstanzliches Gericht]
to plunk [esp. Am.] [throw down, fall]
40
knallen [hinknallen, werfen, fallen] [ugs.]
law to drop sth. [case]
35
etw. niederschlagen [Fall]
to fragment [fall to pieces]
35
zerfallen
to cushion sth. [fall, drop]
26
etw. bremsen [Fall]
econ. fin. to unpeg sth. [fig.] [to allow exchange rates, prices, wages, etc. to rise and fall freely]
19
etw.Akk. freigeben [Wechselkurse, Preise, Löhne etc.]
to collapse [fall apart]
13
auseinanderbrechen
ling. to take sth. [require]
8
etw. regieren [einen bestimmten Fall erfordern]
to cowp [coll.] [Irish] [Scot.] [fall]
5
stürzen [fallen]
to come out [fall out]ausfallen [z. B. Zähne, Haare]
to drop off [coll.] [to fall asleep]einnicken [ugs.]
to drop off [to fall asleep]einpennen [ugs.] [salopp]
to drop off [to fall asleep]einschlafen
to drop off [coll.] [to fall asleep]einschlummern
to come a cropper [coll.] [fall heavily]hinfliegen [ugs.] [(mit Schwung) hinfallen, stürzen]
to run sb. down [run over someone]jdn. umlaufen [umrennen, zu Fall bringen]
to bring sb./sth. downjdn./etw. erledigen [zu Fall bringen, zur Strecke bringen]
mil. to crap out [Am.] [sl.] [to fall asleep esp. during work hours]pennen [ugs.]
to come off [to fall from sth.]runterfallen
hydro. naut. to uncover [to fall partially or totally dry at ebbtime]trockenfallen [bei Ebbe ganz oder teilweise trockenfallen]
to keel over [coll.] [fall suddenly as a result of fainting or loss of balance]umkippen [ugs.] [ohnmächtig werden oder das Gleichgewicht verlieren und umfallen]
to drift off [to fall asleep]wegnicken [ugs.]
to fall to [coll.] [to fall closed, of e.g. a door]zufallen [sich von selbst mit einem Schlag schließen]
Nouns
plunge [fall]
448
Fall {m} [Sturz]
drop [fall, recession]
291
Rückgang {m}
drop [fall]
166
Fall {m} [Sturz, Rückgang]
event [happening, case]
154
Fall {m} [im Fall]
» See 1113 more translations for Fall outside of comments
Previous page   | 1 | 2 | 3 |   Next page
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link: https://www.dict.cc/?s=%5BFall%5D
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.027 sec

 
Forum

» Search forum for [Fall]
» Ask forum members for [Fall]

Zuletzt gesucht
Ähnliche Begriffe
Falklandwolf
Falklandzaunkönig
Falkmanit
Falkner
Falknerei
Falknerhandschuh
Falknerin
Falkonett
Falks
Falks Korallenwächter
• Fall
Fallabhängigkeit
Fallablagerung
Fallabschluss
Fallakte
Fallanalyse
Fallanalytiker
Fallanalytikerin
Fallapfel
Falläpfel
Fallarbeit

Do you know German-English translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

Limited Input Mode
More than 1000 translations are waiting for verification. This means you can only add a new
translation if you log in and review another one first (max. 500 unverified entries per user).
The input form will only work from within the Contribute! section.


more...
German more...
Word Class more...
Subject
Comment
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2022 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
English-German online dictionary developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English). Thank you!
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers
Advertisement