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English-German translation for: [Gold-Ass]
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lit. quote I have eaten so much, not a leaf more I'll touch, meh! meh! [the goat in "The Wishing-Table, the Gold-Ass, and the Cudgel in the Sack" (Grimm Brothers)]Ich bin so satt, ich mag kein Blatt: Mäh! Mäh! [die Ziege in "Tischlein deck' dich, Esel streck' dich und Knüppel aus dem Sack" (Brüder Grimm)]
mineral. alloclasite [(Co,Fe)AsS]Alloklas {m}
mineral. osarsite [(Os,Ru)AsS]Osarsit {m}
mineral. hollingworthite [(Rh,Pt,Pd)AsS]Hollingworthit {m}
mineral. platarsite [(Pt,Rh,Ru)AsS]Platarsit {m}
hist. mil. tank acePanzerass {n} [auch: Panzer-Ass]
mineral. irarsite [(Ir,Ru,Rh,Pt)AsS]Irarsit {m}
mineral. cobaltoan arsenopyrite [(Fe,Co)AsS]Kobalt-Arsenopyrit {m}
hist. mil. fighter ace [coll.]Jagdfliegerass {n} [auch: Jagdflieger-Ass]
games ace [card game]Daus {n} [Ass im deutschen Kartenspiel]
games called ace [Schafkopf / sheepshead]Ruf-Ass {n} [auch: Rufass] [gerufenes Ass]
idiom stuck-up twit [smart-ass]aufgestellter Mäusedreck {m} [pej.] [bes. fränk.]
sb. scoffed sth. [ate greedily] [Br.]jd. verschlang etw.Akk. [aß gierig]
games ace of bells [here: esp. in sheepshead]Bumbel {f} [auch: Bumbl, Bumpel, Pumpel] [Kartenspielerjargon für: Schell-Ass]
games ace [Schafkopf / sheephead card game]Sau {f} [ugs.] [bayer.] [Ass beim Schafkopf]
Unverified nyansh [Nigerian] [sl.] [big booty, big ass]fetter Arsch {m} [ugs.] [vulg.] [bei Frauen]
ass-first {adv} [Am.] [coll.] [coarse] [also: ass first]arschlings [österr.] [südd.] [derb] [mit dem Hinterteil voran] [vgl. ärschlings]
short ass [Am.] [vulg.] [pej.] [also: short-ass]halbe Portion {f} [ugs.] [pej.] [kleiner Mensch]
Internet print asterisk <*> [IM/Chat shorthand] [ass, arse; e.g. *hole]Sternchen {n} [steht u. a. für „Arsch“ und damit verbundene Schimpfwörter im Chat]
mineral. pararealgar [AsS]Pararealgar {m}
spec. gold-filled {adj} [also: gold filled] [gold filled with base metal]gold-filled [auch: Gold-filled] [wörtlich: gefülltes Gold] [Gold mit unedlem Metallkern]
sb. prospects [for gold etc.]jd. schürft [z. B. nach Gold]
chasing [gold, silver]Ziselierung {f} [Gold, Silber]
mineral. electrum [natural alloy of gold and silver]Elektron {n} [natürliche Legierung aus Gold u. Silber]
mineral. electrum [natural alloy of gold and silver]Elektrum {n} [natürliche Legierung aus Gold u. Silber]
fin. goldbug [also: gold bug] [coll.] [person who invests in or hoards gold]Goldhamster {m} [ugs.] [Edelmetallinvestor]
unit fine ounce [gold]Feinunze {f} [Gold]
oenol. [gold capsule / Gold Capsule]Goldkapsel [auf Weinetikett; Bezeichnung für edelsüße Weine wie Beerenauslese oder Trockenbeerenauslese]
gold-maker [alchemist or chemist pretending to be able to make gold]Goldmacher {m} [Alchemist oder Chemiker, der vorgab Gold machen zu können]
pol. Oro y plata [USA] [Montana state motto: Gold and silver][Motto des US-Staates Montana: Gold und Silber]
chasing {adj} [gold, silver]ziselierend
pure {adj}bar [z. B. Gold]
pure {adj}gediegen [Kupfer, Gold usw.]
chem. assayFeingehalt {m} [z. B. Gold]
curr. hist. sequin [Venetian gold ducat]Zechine {f}
real {adj} [flowers, leather, silk, gold]echt
to enchase [emboss]treiben [Silber, Gold etc.]
gilt [gold leaf flakes]Flitter {m} [Blattgoldflocken]
electr. tech. gold-rich {adj} [rich in gold]goldreich
high-carat {adj} [attr.]hochkarätig [Diamanten, Gold]
chem. gold isotopeGoldisotop {n} [auch: Gold-Isotop]
geol. mining gold mineralizationGoldmineralisation {f} [auch: Gold-Mineralisation]
hist. jobs gold-drawer [also: gold drawer]Goldzieher {m}
mineral. mining picker [sl.] [gold picker]Goldsplitter {m} [Mini-Nugget]
mineral. porpezitePorpezit {m} [Gold mit 5-10 % Palladium]
screen [sieve]Sieb {n} [z. B. Korn, Gold]
geol. gold mineralisation [Br.]Goldmineralisation {f} [auch: Gold-Mineralisation]
chem. auric {adj} [of, relating to, or derived from gold]Gold-
geol. Rhine gold [gold from the River Rhine]Rheingold {n}
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