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English-German translation for: [ex-wife]
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Dictionary English German: [ex wife]

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ex [coll.] [ex-girlfriend or ex-wife]Ehemalige {f} [ugs.] [Ex-Ehefrau oder Ex-Freundin]
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spouse [wife]Gattin {f} [geh.]
spouse [wife]Gemahlin {f} [geh.]
baroness [baron's wife]Baronin {f}
devoted {adj} [wife, husband, mother, father]liebend
baroness [baron's wife]Freifrau {f} <Frfr., Ffr.>
to widow sb. [a wife]jdn. zur Witwe machen
to cheat on sb. [wife, boyfriend, etc.]jdn. betrügen
Queen consort [British king's wife]Königsgemahlin {f} [geh.]
hist. [gift from husband to wife after the wedding night]Morgengabe {f}
sociol. Unverified trad wife [coll.] [traditional wife]traditionelle Ehefrau {f} [als Rollenbild]
to cheat on sb. [coll.] [wife, boyfriend, etc.]jdm. fremdgehen [ugs.]
royal couple [prince and his wife]Prinzenpaar {n} [Prinz und Gemahlin]
law uxoricide [murder of one's wife]Uxorizid {m} [Mord an der Ehefrau]
law desertion [of wife or family]böswilliges Verlassen {n} [veraltet] [der Ehefrau oder Familie]
helpmeet [female] [companion and helper] [esp. wife]Begleiterin und Gehilfin [bes. Ehefrau]
journ. sports wag [Br.] [coll.] [wife of a high-profile footballer]Fußballerfrau {f} [leicht pej.]
the old lady [coll.] [mother, wife, female boss]Olle {f} [ugs.] [bes. nordd.]
to wive sb. [archaic] [to take sb. for a wife]jdn. zur Frau nehmen [heiraten]
law (malicious) abandonment [of wife or family]böswilliges Verlassen {n} [veraltet] [die Ehefrau oder Familie]
uxorious {adj} [rare] [husband: having or showing a great fondness for his wife]treuliebend [Ehemann]
consort [wife, esp. of a reigning monarch]Gemahlin {f} [geh.] [bes. eines Herzogs, Königs etc.]
bibl. to turn into a pillar of salt [idiom] [Lot's wife]zur Salzsäule erstarren [Redewendung] [Lots Weib]
sister-in-law [spouse's brother's wife]Schwippschwägerin {f} [ugs.]
ex [coll.] [former wife, girlfriend, or other partner in a relationship]Verflossene {f} [ugs.] [frühere Ehefrau, Freundin, Lebensgefährtin]
hist. law by right of his wife {adv} [Jure uxoris] [also: in right of a wife]aus dem Recht der Ehefrau
myth. Jocasta [wife of Laius, King of Thebes]Iokaste {f} [Frau des Laios, König von Theben]
Mrs. Right [esp. Am.] [hum.] [destined wife]die Richtige {f} [ugs.] [die richtige Frau / Partnerin, die Zukünftige]
agr. jobs relig. [church supplied farm helper as a stand-in for a farmer's wife during illness, etc.]Dorfhelferin {f}
film F The Bishop's Wife [also: Cary and the Bishop's Wife] [Henry Koster]Jede Frau braucht einen Engel [auch: Engel sind überall]
... and his Jane [coll.] [often pej.] [said of a male person, referring to his girlfriend/wife]... und seine Tusnelda [hum.] [oft pej.]
one's old dutch [female] [Br.] [coll.] [esp. among cockneys: one's wife]jds. Olle {f} [regional] [salopp] [jds. Alte; jds. Ehefrau]
idiom She-who-must-be-obeyed <SWMBO> [hum. for: wife or female partner]Oberste Heeresleitung {f} <OHL> [hum. für: die eigene Ehefrau oder Partnerin]
hist. Theophanu [Empress of the Holy Roman Empire, wife of Otto II]Theophanu {f} [Kaiserin des Heiligen Römischen Reiches, Frau Ottos II.]
trouble (and strife) [cockney rhyming slang: wife][Cockney Rhyming Slang für: Ehefrau]
[obs. / archaic: mother's sister or wife of mother's brother]Base {f} [veraltet] [Schwester der Mutter oder Frau des Bruders der Mutter]
old ball and chain [slang] [fig.] [a burden or restain, e.g. a wife or job][der sprichwörtliche Mühlstein am Hals, z. B. eine Ehefrau oder ein Job]
ex [coll.] [ex-boyfriend or ex-husband]Ehemaliger {m} [ugs.] [Ex-Freund oder Ex-Ehemann]
Ex-proof {adj} [also: EX-proof, ex-proof] [explosion-proof] [IEC 60079]Ex-geschützt [auch: EX-geschützt, ex-geschützt] [explosionsgeschützt; Zündschutzart Ex] [IEC 60079]
dent. bad smell of the breath [foetor ex ore / fetor ex ore]Mundgeruch {m}
Ex gap [also: EX gap] [in explosion protection]Ex-Spalt {m} [auch: EX-Spalt] [im Explosionsschutz]
bibl. column of cloud [Ex 13:21; New American Bible]Wolkensäule {f} [Ex 13,21; Luther 1984]
bibl. column of fire [Ex 13:21; New American Bible]Feuersäule {f} [Ex 13,21; Luther 1984]
bibl. pillar of a cloud [Ex 13:21; KJV]Wolkensäule {f} [Ex 13,21; Luther 1984]
bibl. pillar of fire [Ex 13:21; KJV]Feuersäule {f} [Ex 13,21; Luther 1984]
relig. Unverified milagro [Mexican folk ex-voto]Votivgabe {f}
ex-fiancéVerflossener {m} [ugs.] [Ex-Verlobter]
ex-policemanExpolizist {m} [auch: Ex-Polizist]
ex-policewomanExpolizistin {f} [auch: Ex-Polizistin]
former smokerExraucher {m} [auch: Ex-Raucher]
former smoker [female]Exraucherin {f} [auch: Ex-Raucherin]
econ. former co-workerehemaliger Mitarbeiter {m} [Ex-Mitarbeiter]
Tippex® [British trademark] [also: Tipp-Ex®]Tipp-Ex® {n}
drugs ex-junkie [coll.] [ex-drug addict]Aussteiger {m} [ugs.] [Drogenaussteiger]
former {adj} [attr.] [e.g. chancellor]Ex- [z. B. Ex-Kanzler]
[autochthonous Austrians termed by immigrants from ex-Yugoslavia]Schwabos {pl} [ugs.]
anat. med. ex situ {adv}außerhalb der natürlichen anatomischen Lage [fig.] [ex situ]
to down sth. [sl.] [drink in one go]etw. exen [ugs.] [auf ex trinken]
to moon about sb./sth. [e.g. ex-boyfriend] [also moon over]jdm./etw. nachtrauern
to lack [Ex.: Some people lack humour.]jdm. abgehen [fehlen, mangeln] [Bsp.: Einigen Leuten geht der Humor ab.]
to ex sth. [sl.] [beverage]etw. exen [ugs.] [selten] [etw. in einem Zug leer trinken, auf ex trinken]
med. ill-quitter effectIll-Quitter-Effekt {m} [betrifft Ex-Raucher]
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