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

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English German
ling. literary {adj} [not colloquial]
to purloin sth. [steal] [can be humorous when used in a colloquial setting]etw. mitgehen lassen [hum.] [ugs.]
[colloquial abbreviation for Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania]Meck-Pomm {n} [ugs.] [kurz für: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern]
[colloquial abbreviation for Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]Meck-Pomm {n} [ugs.] [kurz für: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern]
[colloquial and dated and humorous name for Deutschmark]Emmchen {n} [ugs.] [hum.] [veraltend] [Mark]
brew [Colloquial name in Vienna for the Ottakringer canned beer]Sechzehnerblech {n} [österr.] [Wiener Dialekt]
hist. [colloquial name of Henry (VII) German King 1220-1235, literally: "bracket henry", also called "bracket seventh"]Klammerheinrich {m} [ugs.] [auch: Klammersiebter, Heinrich (VII.) dt. König von 1220-1235]
pol. [colloquial synomym for the German Federal Ministry of Defence]Hardthöhe {f} [ugs.] [Bundesministerium der Verteidigung] [erster Dienstsitz der Behörde]
med. psych. [colloquial term for hypochondria]Morbus Mohl {m} [ugs.]
educ. [colloquial term for the notification sent by a school to parents informing them that their child is in danger of having to repeat a year]blauer Brief {m} [ugs.]
ethn. Prussian [as Bavarian colloquial nickname for all northern German people]Preiß {m} [bayer.] [ugs.] [Preuße]
electr. Schuko [colloquial name for a system of AC power plugs and sockets]Schuko {m} [Akronym für Schutz-Kontakt; ein System von Steckern und Steckdosen]
jobs vaquero [Spanish for 'cowboy'; colloquial use in border states like Texas]Vaquero {m}
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drugs tox screen [colloquial use]Drogentest {m}
hist. turnip winter [colloquial term for the famine winter of 1916-17 during WWI]Steckrübenwinter {m} [ugs.]
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