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

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English German
tough {adj} [competition, behaviour]
2422
hart [knallhart]
swag {adj} [Am.] [sl.] [style, behaviour]
566
cool [ugs.] [Stil, Auftreten]
rough {adj} [behaviour, character]
500
gemein [grob, unkultiviert]
ribald {adj} [behaviour, sense of humour, language]
486
derb
brash {adj} [behaviour]
313
nassforsch [ugs.]
crass {adj} [behaviour]
271
grob [unhöflich, unfein]
impersonal {adj} [manner, behaviour]
124
distanziert
psych. imprinting {adj} [effect, behaviour]
83
prägend
psych. obsessional {adj} [behaviour, personality]
62
zwanghaft
exaggerated {adj} {past-p} [claim, behaviour, etc.]
47
überzogen [Behauptung, Benehmen etc.]
psych. compulsive {adj} [e.g. act, behaviour, crying, idea]
43
Zwangs- [z. B. Handlung, Verhalten, Weinen, Vorstellung]
reformed {adj} {past-p} [behaviour]
42
gebessert [Person]
calm {adj} [behaviour]
37
fromm [veraltet] [noch von Tieren]
cheap {adj} [person, behaviour, appearance]
31
ordinär
exemplary {adj} [behaviour, character]
28
vorbildhaft
correct {adj} [proper] [e.g. behaviour]
25
angemessen [korrekt, einwandfrei] [z. B. Verhalten]
quiet {adj} [behaviour]
25
fromm [veraltet] [noch von Tieren]
comely {adj} {adv} [behaviour]
23
schicklich
unceremonious {adj} [behaviour]
23
ruppig
exaggerated {adj} {past-p} [ideas, behaviour, gestures]
20
überspannt
ungraceful {adj} [behaviour]
20
unfein [Benehmen]
unruly {adj} [person, behaviour]
20
ungebärdig [geh.]
unceremonious {adj} [behaviour]
19
ungehobelt [fig.]
gastr. med. alimentary {adj} [e.g. disorder, behaviour, habits]
17
Ernährungs- [z. B. Störung, Verhalten, Gewohnheiten]
comely {adj} [archaic] [behaviour]
11
ziemlich [veraltend] [geh.] [schicklich]
fighting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. behaviour, bull, dog, experience, mood, morale]
8
Kampf- [z. B. Verhalten, Stier, Hund, Erfahrung, Stimmung, Moral]
promiscuous {adj} [sexual behaviour]
7
promiskuös
stiff {adj} [style, behaviour]
7
steifleinern [veraltend]
improper {adj} [behaviour]
6
ungeziemend [geh.]
unrefined {adj} [manners, behaviour]
6
unfein
verbal {adj} [e.g. acrobat, behaviour, image]
5
Sprach- [z. B. Akrobat, Verhalten, Bild]
chicanerous {adj} [rare] [behaviour]schikanenhaft [selten]
chicanerous {adj.} [rare] [behaviour]schikanös
eating {adj} [attr.] [e.g. disorder, behaviour, apple]Ess- [z. B. Störung, Verhalten, Apfel]
eating {adj} [attr.] [of an animal] [e.g. disorder, behaviour]Fress- [z. B. Störung, Verhalten]
promiscuous {adj} [sexual behaviour]promiskuos [geh.]
unacademic {adj} [esp. language, behaviour] [also of art]nicht akademisch [Sprache, Gebaren] [auch Kunst]
verbal {adj} [e.g. behaviour, injury, aspect, clause, noun]Verbal- [z. B. Verhalten, Injurie, Aspekt, Satz, Substantiv]
Verbs
to copy sb. [sb.'s behaviour etc.]
59
jdn. nachahmen
to develop sth. [e.g. leaves, a certain behaviour]
27
etw. ausbilden [z. B. Blätter, ein bestimmtes Verhalten]
Nouns
manner [behaviour]
2272
Verhalten {n} [Auftreten, Art]
justice [just behaviour or treatment]
1791
Gerechtigkeit {f}
swagger [behaviour]
729
Angeberei {f} [ugs.]
quirk [peculiarity of behaviour]
306
Macke {f} [ugs.] [Tick, Marotte]
conduct [behaviour, attitude]
301
Haltung {f} [innerlich, moralisch]
bearing [behaviour]
217
Verhalten {n}
detachment [behaviour]
186
Distanziertheit {f}
antics [foolish behaviour]
152
Possen {pl} [veraltend] [närrisches Verhalten]
performance [behaviour]
74
Verhalten {n}
affectation [esp. of behaviour, speech]
55
Affektiertheit {f}
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