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

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English German
residual {adj} [e.g. alcohol, heat, risk, population]
Rest- [z. B. Alkohol, Wärme, Risiko, Population]
shitfaced {adj} [vulg.] [loaded with drugs or alcohol]
zugedröhnt [ugs.]
oenol. nervous {adj} [wine that has goodly amounts of alcohol and acidity in balance]
stupefying {adj} {pres-p} [alcohol, drug]
chem. oenol. vinic {adj} [e.g. alcohol]Wein- [z. B. Alkohol]
to guzzle sth. [drink greedily, continually, or habitually, esp. alcohol]
etw.Akk. saufen [tierisch oder gierig trinken, bes. Alkohol]
to chugalug [Am.] [sl.] [spv.] [gulping alcohol without interruption]
herunterkippen [alkoholische Getränke]
med. psych. sobriety [abstinence from alcohol]
Abstinenz {f} [von Alkohol]
abstainer [from alcohol]
Abstinenzler {m} [oft pej.]
jag [esp. Am.] [coll.] [bout of unrestrained or excessive indulgence in alcohol or drugs]
Rausch {m} [Alkohol-, Drogenrausch]
swill [alcohol] [coll.]
Fusel {m} [ugs. für: schlechter Branntwein]
drugs gastr. shot [small quantity of alcohol, injection of drug]
Schuss {m} [ugs.]
gastr. Sterno® [gelled alcohol]
Trockenspiritus {m}
wowser [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ] [teetotaller or person opposed to alcohol]
Antialkoholiker {m}
lightweight [sl.] [pej.] [sb. who cannot handle much alcohol]
Milchtrinker {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [(noch) nicht trinkfester Mann]
pony [esp. Am.] [coll.] [small glass or measure of alcohol]
Gläschen {n}
psych. recuperation [e.g. from alcohol, drug dependency]
Rekuperation {f} [Suchttherapie]
law [blood alcohol concentration of less than .25 percent]Minderrausch {m} [österr.] [Blutalkoholgehalt von weniger als 2,5 Promille]
gastr. [German malt beer with <0.1% alcohol]Vitamalz® {n}
gastr. [German malt beer with 0.2% alcohol]Karamalz® {n}
fin. hist. [historical excise tax on consumption, especially of alcohol]Ungeld {n}
geogr. [malt beer without alcohol]Schwangerenbrause {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [Malzbier]
alc [coll.] [alcohol, booze]Alk {m} [ugs.] [Alkohol]
chem. denaturant [added to alcohol to make it unfit for drinking]Vergällungsmittel {n}
chem. denaturation [of alcohol etc.]Vergällung {f} [von Alkohol etc.]
chem. denaturing [of alcohol etc.]Vergällung {f} [von Alkohol etc.]
Unverified Intoxilyzer® [breath alcohol tester]Atemalkohol-Tester {m}
neol. Janopause [the practice of giving up alcohol for January][Alkoholabstinenz im Januar nach den Feiertagen]
preloading [alcohol]Vorglühen {n} [ugs.] [Trinkverhalten]
tokay [Am.] [sl.] [cheap alcohol]billiger Fusel {m} [ugs.]
tolerance [to alcohol]Trinkfestigkeit {f}
winebibber [archaic or literary] [a habitual drinker of alcohol, esp. wine]Weinsäufer {m} [veraltet] [pej.]
2 Words: Others
chem. high-proof {adj} [alcohol]hochprozentig [Alkohol]
laced with ... [alcohol]mit einem Schuss ... [Alkohol]
2 Words: Verbs
to boil away [alcohol in cooking]verfliegen [Alkohol beim Kochen]
to go dry [fig.] [to ban the sale of alcohol]den Alkoholverkauf verbieten
idiom to put back sth. [coll.] [to drink an alcohol beverage]einen heben [ugs.] [etw. trinken]
2 Words: Nouns
chem. 2-propenol [allyl alcohol]2-Propen-1-ol {n} [auch: Prop-2-en-1-ol] [Allylalkohhol]
chem. acrylic alcohol [rare] [allyl alcohol]Acrylalkohol {m}
biochem. med. alcohol intoxication [alcohol poisoning]Alkoholintoxikation {f} [Alkoholvergiftung]
alcohol question [less common form of 'the question about/regarding alcohol]Alkoholfrage {f}
aqua vitae [fig.] [also: spirits of wine] [water of life] [alcohol, brandy]Lebenswasser {n} [fig.] [Alkohol, Branntwein]
brain fog [fig.] [from alcohol or medications]Benebelung {f} [fig.]
gastr. children's beer [malt beer without alcohol]Kinderbier {n} [ugs.] [Malzbier]
dead marine [sl.] [empty alcohol bottle]leere Flasche {f} [Alkoholflasche]
biol. med. psych. drinking behavior [Am.] [esp. alcohol]Trinkverhalten {n} [bes. Alkohol]
biol. med. psych. drinking behaviour [Br.] [esp. alcohol]Trinkverhalten {n} [bes. Alkohol]
full intoxication [from drugs or alcohol]Vollrausch {m}
brew gastr. malt drink [e.g. Vitamalz® German malt beer without alcohol]Malztrunk {m} [z. B. Vitamalz®]
potato oil [fusel alcohol]Fuselöl {n}
gastr. strong drink [alcohol]alkoholisches Getränk {n}
3 Words: Verbs
med. psych. to be in therapy [from mental illness, alcohol / drug addiction]sich in (therapeutischer) Behandlung befinden [bei psychischer Krankheit, Suchterkrankung]
med. to check into rehab [coll.] [because of alcohol or drug dependency]sich in eine Entzugsklinik begeben
to cool one's coppers [Br.] [dated] [coll.] [drink (alcohol)] [idiom]die Kehle kühlen [(Alkohol) trinken] [Redewendung]
drugs to give a kick [coll.] [drug, alcohol]reinhauen [ugs.] [stark wirken]
to have been overserved [coll.] [to have been served too much alcohol]zu tief ins Glas geschaut haben [ugs.]
to hold one's liquor [idiom] [drink alcohol in quantity without ill effects]einen Stiefel vertragen können [ugs.] [Redewendung] [viel Alkohol vertragen]
3 Words: Nouns
med. fetal alcohol effect <FAE> [USA: partial fetal alcohol effect, PFAE]fetaler Alkoholeffekt {m} <FAE>
4 Words: Others
while under the influence {adv} [coll.] [fig.] [affected by alcohol]im Suff [ugs.]
4 Words: Verbs
to be off one's face [coll.] [Br.] [extremely or totally intoxicated by alcohol or drugs]voll sein [von Drogen oder Alkohol völlig berauscht sein]
idiom to go to sb.'s head [idiom] [success, praise, alcohol]jdm. zu Kopf steigen [Redewendung]
idiom to go to sb.'s head [idiom] [success, praise, alcohol]jdm. zu Kopfe steigen [Redewendung]
to have a sore head [coll.] [from alcohol]einen Brummschädel haben [ugs.]
to join in the drinking [normally alcohol]mittrinken
5+ Words: Others
quote I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me. [Winston Churchill]Ich habe mehr vom Alkohol gezehrt, als der Alkohol an mir.
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