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English-German translation for: [Germany]
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Dictionary English German: [Germany]

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English German
law pol. national {adj} [dimensioned for or valid in all Austria or Germany]
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bundeseinheitlich
law ["Federal law overrides state law." - Article 31, Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany; similar to the rule "Federal law supersedes state law." in the U.S. Constitution]Bundesrecht bricht Landesrecht. [Artikel 31, Grundgesetz der Bundesrepublik Deutschland]
[acronym for Germany (D), Austria (A), Switzerland (CH) and South Tyrol (S)]DACHS [Kunstwort für Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz und Südtirol]
[Acronym used to represent the dominant states of the German speaking area: Germany (D), Austria (A), Switzerland (CH)]DACH [Kunstwort für Deutschland, Österreich und die Schweiz]
[Acronym used to represent the dominant states of the German speaking area: Germany (D), Austria (A), Switzerland (CH)]D-A-CH [Kunstwort für Deutschland, Österreich und die Schweiz]
ling. [German as spoken in Germany, not including South Germany] {adj}piefkinesisch [österr.] [ugs.] [pej.]
[German as spoken in Germany, not including South Germany] {adj}piefkonisch [österr.] [ugs.] [bundesdeutsch]
Münsteran {adj} [rare] [of or from the city of Münster, Germany]Münsteraner
geogr. Uckermark {adj} [attr.] [of a region of the same name in northeast Germany]uckermärkisch
Verbs
[a hoax foreign word created in Germany in the first half of the 20th century]repunsieren
[to live or survive in hiding or with a false identity] [esp. of Jews in Nazi-Germany]als U-Boot leben / überleben
[to press one's thumbs / thumb (for sb.)] [literally] [hand gesture in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, etc., meaning to keep one's fingers crossed (for sb.)](jdm.) die / den Daumen halten [ugs.] [Redensart]
Nouns
gastr. [type of meat loaf found in Austria and parts of Germany and Switzerland]
1846
Leberkäse {m}
admin. state [in Germany or Austria]
324
Bundesland {n}
ethn. German [male person from Germany]
234
Deutscher {m}
ethn. German [female person from Germany]
151
Deutsche {f}
educ. Abitur [secondary school leaving examination] [in Germany]
106
Abitur {n}
sociol. [working poor receiving top-up benefit in Germany]
78
Aufstocker {pl} [ugs.]
mayor [of big cities in Germany]
56
Oberbürgermeister {m} <OB>
admin. state [in Germany or Austria]
53
Land {n} [Bundesland]
Oktoberfest [annual festival in Munich, Germany]
24
Oktoberfest {n}
gastarbeiter [an immigrant worker, especially one who came to the former West Germany in the 1960s and 1970s]
21
Gastarbeiter {m}
law situs [e.g. property that has a situs in Germany]
20
Belegenheit {f}
[ethnic German immigrant to Germany]
19
Aussiedler {m}
admin. [federal child support for needy families in Germany]
17
Kinderzuschlag {m}
Germans [inhabitants of Germany]
17
Bundesbürger {pl} [als Synonym für Deutsche]
hist. coordination [cf. forcible-coordination] [Nazi Germany]
15
Gleichschaltung {f} [Nazi-Terminologie]
hist. [years of rapid industrial expansion in Germany at the end of the 19th century]
12
Gründerzeit {f}
law [provincial high court and court of appeal in Germany]
11
Oberlandesgericht {n} <OLG>
pol. acad. [federal research ministry in Germany]
9
Bundesforschungsministerium {n}
econ. hist. spec. Methodenstreit [methodological debate in economics in Germany and Austria, 1880-1900]
9
Methodenstreit {m} [Carl Menger, Gustav von Schmoller]
sports [competitive tennis matches in Germany]
8
Medenspiele {pl}
hist. [political, social and economic agreements made between West Germany and some Eastern bloc countries in the early 1970s]
8
Ostverträge {pl}
educ. [senior school authority, Germany]
8
Oberschulamt {n}
film [first showing in Germany]
7
Deutschlandstart {m}
[in Germany, the amount of wealth a Hartz IV claimant is allowed to keep]
7
Schonvermögen {n}
[person from Northern Germany, especially Hamburg]
7
Fischkopp {m} [ugs.]
archi. hist. TrVocab. Drususstein [Drususstone in the Mainz Citadel, Germany]
7
Drususstein {m}
gastr. [bell-shaped culinary apple, grown in Germany and Switzerland]
6
Glockenapfel {m} [Apfelsorte]
hist. [period (1871-1873) when many industrial firms were founded in Germany]
6
Gründerzeit {f}
hist. law [person legally considered a Jew in Nazi Germany]
6
Geltungsjude {m}
hist. scrip [treated as sg.] [occupation money after WW II in Germany and Austria]
6
Dollarscrips {pl} [Spezialgeld für die amerik. Besatzungstruppe nach 1945]
jobs law [a special form of unemployment insurance in Germany for employees of bankrupted companies]
5
Insolvenzgeld {n}
hist. [citizenship law in Nazi Germany]
5
Reichsbürgergesetz {n}
cloth. sports [jeans jacket, worn by association football fans, esp. in Germany]
5
Kutte {f} [ugs.] [eine von Fußballfans getragene Fan-Kutte]
[often pejorative nickname for exceedingly eager and convinced National Socialist young men] [Germany, after 1933]
5
Quex {m} [ugs.] [oft pej.]
pol. [recruitment agreements between Germany and Turkey and other South European countries during the Wirtschaftswunder (in force from 1955 to 1973)]
5
Anwerbeabkommen {n}
archi. geogr. (the) Römer [city hall of Frankfurt am Main, Germany](der) Römer {m} [Rathaus der Stadt Frankfurt am Main]
hist. pol. ['Jewish fine, penance', a penalty tax levied after the November 1938 Pogrom by the Nazi government on Jews in Germany and the occupied territories]Judenbuße {f}
["Parade of the fools" (literal transl.) on Fasnacht in southern Germany]Narrenumzug {m} [bes. in Süddeutschland]
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