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decisive {adj} [able to decide something quickly and with confidence]
2926
entscheidungsfreudig
domestic {adj} [work, violence, duties, etc.; also: person (fond of family life and running a home)]
2765
häuslich [Arbeit, Gewalt, Pflichten etc.; auch: Person]
ling. obsolete {adj} <obs.> [No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood. Obsolete is a stronger term than archaic, and a much stronger term than dated.]
2179
veraltet
us {pron} [direct and indirect object]
1855
uns
after {prep} [later in time than; next to and following in order or importance]
1696
nach [+Dat.] <n.> [zeitlich; zur Angabe einer Reihenfolge oder Rangfolge]
wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]
1447
klein
reliable {adj} [proven, tried and tested]
1366
bewährt
you {pron} [singular and plural subject and direct object] [formal]
1335
Sie [formelle Anrede]
austere {adj} [joyless and strict]
1282
streng
you {pron} [singular and plural indirect object]
1224
Ihnen [formelle Anrede]
swanky {adj} [coll.] [pretentiously stylish, luxurious and expensive]
956
protzig [ugs.]
stuffy {adj} [pej.] [conventional and narrow-minded]
930
spießig [ugs.] [pej.] [Person]
placid {adj} [calm and peaceful (scene, waters etc.)]
928
friedlich [von Frieden erfüllt, ruhig, beschaulich]
the [sg. female and plural]
821
die [weiblicher Artikel; Artikel im Plural]
flimsy {adj} [thin and light]
814
hauchdünn [Stoff, Kleid etc.]
childish {adj} [pej.] [silly and immature]
803
kindisch [pej.]
seamless {adj} [fig.] [perfect and having no flaws or errors]
787
makellos
massive {adj} [large and heavy, bulky]
773
wuchtig [schwer und massig, massiv]
wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]
609
winzig
damp {adj} [slightly wet and cold, e.g. November day]
602
feuchtkalt [Novembertag etc.]
meteo. fair {adj} [weather: fine and dry]
593
heiter
swanky {adj} [coll.] [pretentiously stylish, luxurious and expensive]
557
großkotzig [ugs.] [protzig]
chilly {adj} [unpleasantly cold; also fig.: distant and cool]
552
frostig [unangenehm kalt; auch fig.: abweisend, unfreundlich]
you {pron} [plural direct and indirect object] [informal]
543
euch
relaxed {adj} [easy and informal in manner]
536
gelassen [entspannt, lässig, locker]
pol. sociol. queer {adj} [in place of LGBT or gay] [more politically correct and inclusive]
521
queer [für alle LGBT-Formen] [fachsprachlich oder Szenejargon]
swanky {adj} [coll.] [pretentiously stylish, luxurious and expensive]
472
angeberisch [ugs.] [protzig]
your {pron} [formal sg. and pl.] [your house, dog, support, etc.]
440
Ihr [Possessivpron.]
ragged {adj} [imperfect and faulty, e.g. piece of work]
435
stümperhaft [pej.] [z. B. Arbeit]
multifarious {adj} [many and various]
408
vielfältig
tranquil {adj} [calm and peaceful]
375
friedlich [ruhig und beschaulich (Leben, Anblick etc.)]
ling. archaic {adj} [no longer in general use, but still found in some contemporary texts (e.g. the Bible) and generally understood; a stronger term than »dated«, but not as strong as »obsolete«]
369
veraltet
wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]
344
lütt [nordd.] [ugs.] [klein]
the [acc., sg. and pl.]
285
den
doting {adj} [extremely and uncritically fond of someone]
281
vernarrt [bes. Eltern oder Großeltern in Bezug auf ihre Kinder bzw. Enkel]
funky {adj} [coll.] [modern and stylish in an unconventional or striking way]
269
irre [ugs.] [salopp] [vom Üblichen abweichend, ausgefallen]
textil. filmy {adj} [thin and light]
224
hauchdünn
me {pron} [Br.] [coll.] [I] [e.g. John and me went to the cinema]
202
ich
thereupon {adv} [formal] [immediately after (and as a result of) that]
176
daraufhin [direkt danach und infolgedessen]
stuffy {adj} [hot and airless]
144
schwül [Raum]
flat {adj} [having a smooth and even surface]
137
plan [bes. Fachsprache]
sb. commuted [travelled between home and work]
130
jd. pendelte
tiresome {adj} [(boring and) annoying]
127
leidig [attr.]
stout {adj} [brave and resolute]
122
entschlossen [Handeln; Person]
this [determiner (adjective) and masculine direct object (pronoun)]
114
den
commuted {past-p} [travelled between home and work]
111
gependelt
underhand {adj} [sneaky and dishonest] [more commonly: underhanded]
105
hinterfotzig [derb] [hinterlistig]
artless {adj} [natural and simple]
102
schlicht [ungekünstelt, natürlich]
seamless {adj} [fig.] [perfect and having no flaws or errors]
99
einwandfrei
abrupt {adj} [very steep; curt; sudden and unexpected]
98
schroff [steil abfallend; kurz angebunden; plötzlich und unvermittelt]
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