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

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Kudos!
419
Chapeau! [schweiz., sonst eher bildungsspr.: Hut ab!]
straw {adj} [attr.] [e.g. straw hat, roof, hut]
11
strohern [selten] [aus Stroh bestehend, z. B. stroherner Hut, strohernes Dach, stroherne Hütte]
brimless {adj}
8
randlos [Hut]
round {adj} [e.g. arch, dance, file, hut]Rund- [z. B. Bogen, Tanz, Feile, Hütte]
without management {adj} [postpos.] [e.g. mountain hut]unbewirtschaftet [z. B. Berghütte]
Verbs
to remove sth. [e.g. hat, spectacles]
546
etw.Akk. absetzen [z. B. Hut, Brille]
to doff sth. [hat, helmet]
112
etw. abnehmen [Hut, Helm]
to lift sth.
38
etw.Akk. lüften [Bremse, Hut, Schleier etc.]
to adjust sth. [one's tie, one's hat, one's glasses, etc.]
28
etw.Akk. zurechtrücken [die Krawatte, den Hut, die Brille etc.]
to raise sth. [hat, veil]
17
etw.Akk. lüften [Hut, Schleier]
to doff sth. [to take off a hat or cap for greeting]
11
etw.Akk. lüften [Mütze oder Hut zum Gruß]
to take off [to remove]absetzen [Hut]
to be on one's guardaufpassen [auf der Hut sein]
to put on [hat, food, glasses]aufsetzen [Hut, Essen, Brille]
cloth. to take off sth. [one's coat, hat etc.]etw.Akk. ablegen [den Mantel, Hut etc.]
to leave sth. on [e.g. a hat]etw.Akk. auflassen [z. B. einen Hut]
to pull on sth. [e.g. hat]etw.Akk. überstülpen [z. B. Hut]
to take sth. off [hat etc.]etw. abnehmen [Hut etc.]
to keep sth. on [also: keep on sth.] [e.g. one's hat]etw. aufbehalten [z. B. seinen Hut]
Nouns
archi. cot [hut]
104
Hütte {f} [einfaches, kleines Bauwerk]
cloth. billycock [Br.] [coll.]
33
Melone {f} [Hut]
cloth. topper [coll.] [top hat]
29
Zylinder {m} [Hut]
archi. bothy [Scot.] [hut, small cottage]
28
Hütte {f} [Häuschen]
cloth. bowler
21
Bowler {m} [Hut]
cabana [Am.] [hut, cabin]
21
Hütte {f} [z. B. Schutzhütte, Ferienhütte]
cloth. lid [cap, hat or helmet]
17
Deckel {m} [ugs.] [salopp] [Kappe, Hut, Helm]
archi. bothie [Scot.] [spv.] [hut, small cottage]
7
Hütte {f} [Häuschen]
puggree[ein leichter Schal, der zum Schutz des Nackens vor der Sonne um einen Helm oder Hut gewickelt wird]
Akubra® [Aus.]Akubra® {m} [Akubra-Hut; Cowboyhut]
cloth. bolero hatBolero {m} [Hut]
archaeo. cleit [Scot.] [stone storage hut on islands of the St. Kilda archipelago]Cleit {m} [Steinbau als Speicher auf den Inseln des St.-Kilda-Archipels]
cloth. afternoon dress [lady's outfit - usually with hat]Gesellschaftskleid {n} [Damenkostüm - gew. mit Hut]
climbing [hike up to an alpine hut]Hüttenzustieg {m}
cloth. billycock hat [Br.] [coll.]Melone {f} [Hut]
cloth. bowler hatMelone {f} [Hut]
cloth. derby (hat) [Am.]Melone {f} [Hut]
cloth. Unverified hat with pleureuse [archaic] [hat with weeper]Pleureusenhut {m} [veraltet] [ursprünglich (bis ca. 1900) ein Hut mit Trauerflor]
cloth. hist. poke (bonnet)Schute {f} [Hut]
archi. stone cottage [hut]Steinhütte {f}
cloth. southwester [hat]Südwester {m} [Hut]
cloth. souwester [hat]Südwester {m} [Hut]
cloth. [small woman's hat]Trotteur {m} [veraltend] [kleiner Hut für Damen]
cloth. silk hatZylinder {m} [Hut]
cloth. stovepipe hatZylinder {m} [Hut]
2 Words: Verbs
to set askew [hat, cap, etc.]schief aufsetzen [Hut, Kappe etc.]
2 Words: Nouns
old hat [fig.] [old news]kalter Kaffee {m} [fig.] [Schnee von gestern, alter Hut, nichts Neues]
3 Words: Others
beribboned {adj}mit einem Band [nachgestellt] [Hut etc.]
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