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

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full {adj} [colours, sounds, also person after eating]
satt [Sättigungsgefühl, auch von Farben, Klang etc.]
choosy {adj} [coll.] [esp. about eating]krüsch [nordd.] [wählerisch, vor allem beim Essen]
to relish sth. [enjoy eating sth.]
etw.Akk. präpeln [regional] [bes. etwas Gutes]
[to get a paunch from eating so much]sichDat. einen Bauch anessen
Unverified to clean sth. [for eating or cooking]etw.Akk. rüsten [schweiz.] [putzen]
to overindulge [as regards eating]Völlerei betreiben
bib [esp. for small children (to keep the clothes clean while eating)]
Lätzchen {n}
overindulgence [as regards eating]
Völlerei {f}
scoff [Br.] [eating]
Fresserei {f} [ugs.]
bib [esp. for small children (to keep the clothes clean while eating)]
Schlabberlätzchen {n} [ugs.]
bib [esp. for small children (to keep the clothes clean while eating)]
Sabberlätzchen {n} [ugs.]
bibs [esp. for small children (to keep the clothes clean while eating)]
Lätzchen {pl}
RealEst. dinette [part of a room used for eating meals]
Essecke {f}
guzzling [eating greedily]
Fressen {n} [derb] [pej.]
biol. predator [here: mostly eating from plants, less often killing animals]
Fraßfeind {m} [meist an Pflanzen fressend, seltener Tiere tötend]
psych. trichophagia [compulsive eating of hair]
Trichophagie {f}
stew [Br.] [tank for keeping fish for eating]
[größeres] Aquarium {n} [für (zum Verzehr bestimmte) Fische]
stew [Br.] [pond for keeping fish for eating]
[kleinerer] Fischteich {m} [für (zum Verzehr bestimmte) Fische]
[traditional Schnapps drinking and cabbage eating tour of north-west Germany]Kohlfahrt {f} [nordd.]
beeturia [pink or red-colored feces or urine after eating beetroot]Beteurie {f} [pink- oder rotgefärber Stuhl bzw. Urin nach Rote-Bete-Verzehr]
RealEst. dinette [part of a room used for eating meals]Eßecke {f} [alt]
hippophagy [eating horsemeat]Verzehr {m} von Pferdefleisch
mess [esp. as a result of eating]Kleckerei {f} [ugs.]
muncher [esp. eating snacks]Snackesser {m} [ugs.]
biol. oophagia [habitual eating of eggs]Oophagie {f} [Eierkannibalismus]
silver [eating utensils]Silberbesteck {n}
gastr. tools sporf [a single eating utensil combining the properties of a spoon, fork, and knife][Löffel-Messer-Gabel-Kombinationsbesteck; alle Funktionen in einem Utensil]
2 Words: Others
al desko {adv} [hum.] [eating at a desk]am Schreibtisch [essen]
self-indulgent {adj} [in eating]maßlos [beim Essen]
2 Words: Verbs
gastr. to dig in [coll.] [begin eating heartily]reinhauen [ugs.] [(anfangen kräftig zu) essen]
to empty sth. completely [by eating]etw.Akk. ausessen [Schüssel etc. leeressen]
to guzzle oneself [eating]sich vollfressen [ugs.]
to subsist on sth. [eating (and drinking) sth.]sichAkk. von etw.Dat. ernähren
2 Words: Nouns
food coma [coll.] [drowsiness after eating]Suppenkoma {n} [ugs.]
meat eating [also: meat-eating]Fleischessen {n}
mil. mess kit [soldiers' cooking and eating utensils]Gamelle {f} [schweiz.] [Koch- und Essgeschirr der Soldaten]
3 Words: Verbs
relig. to do the honors [Am.] [to say grace before eating a meal]das Tischgebet sprechen [für eine Gruppe]
3 Words: Nouns
five-second rule [esp. Am.] [eating food off the floor]Fünf-Sekunden-Regel {f} [Verzehr auf den Boden gefallener Nahrungsmittel]
4 Words: Nouns
National Eating Disorder Association <NEDA>NEDA {f} [die National Eating Disorder Association (US-amerik. Organisation zur Aufklärung über und Behandlung von Essstörungen)]
5+ Words: Others
(as) full as a tick {adj} [postpos.] [coll.] [idiom] [replete after eating]pappsatt [ugs.]
proverb The proof is in the pudding. [short for: The proof of the pudding is in the eating.]Probieren geht über studieren. [Rsv.]
5+ Words: Nouns
med. profound and multiple learning disability [Br.] <PMLD> [the person needs help with eating and washing]schwere Mehrfachbehinderung {f} [wörtlich Lernbehinderung]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F [a child who is considered eating too little; also popular restaurant name (modernised form of the name "Suppen-Kaspar")]Suppenkasper {m} [modernisiert aus: Suppen-Kaspar]
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