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English-German translation for: [Journalist]
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photo. photo {adj} [attr.] [e.g. database, editor, journalist, material]
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Bild- [Foto-] [z. B. Datenbank, Redakteur, Journalist, Material]
Nouns
admin. jobs journ. scribe [dated, unless used ironically]
221
Schreiber {m} [Kopist, Amtsschreiber, Journalist]
muckraker [coll.] [pej.]
183
Schmutzfink {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [Journalist]
journ. hack [mediocre journalist] [coll.]
142
Schmierfink {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [sensationsheischender, oberflächlicher Journalist]
journ. scribbler [hum.] [journalist]
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Schreiberling {m} [hum.]
jobs journ. scribe [journalist]
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Journalist {m}
journo [Br.] [coll.]Schreiberling {m} [ugs.] [Journalist]
pressman [Br.] [journalist]Pressemann {m} [ugs.]
jobs trainee [esp. journalist trainee]Volo {m} [ugs.] [Volontär]
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journ. baseball writer[auf Baseball spezialisierter Journalist]
jobs journ. tabloid journalistBoulevardjournalist {m} [auch: Boulevard-Journalist]
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journ. penny-a-liner [chiefly Br.] [archaic] [pej.] [hack journalist]Zeilenschinder {m} [pej.]
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geogr. hist. Baghdad by the Bay [dated] [San Franciso] [nickname coined by the journalist Herb Caen][San Francisco]
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idiom He has a sharp pen.Er hat einen bissigen Stil. [Schriftsteller, Journalist etc.]
to fail to live up to one's responsibilities as ... [e.g. a parent, vendor, journalist etc.]seiner Verantwortung als ... nicht nachkommen
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