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

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English German
swanky {adj} [coll.] [pretentiously stylish, luxurious and expensive]
1082
protzig [ugs.]
dear {adj} [esp. Br.] [expensive, costly]
894
teuer
swanky {adj} [coll.] [pretentiously stylish, luxurious and expensive]
628
großkotzig [ugs.] [protzig]
swanky {adj} [coll.] [pretentiously stylish, luxurious and expensive]
493
angeberisch [ugs.] [protzig]
plush {adj} [luxurious and expensive]
22
luxuriös
outlandishly {adv} [expensive]
14
haarsträubend
spenny {adj} [slang] [short for: expensive]teuer
Nouns
constr. RealEst. urban teardown [Am.] [coll.] [house bought for the express purpose of demolishing it and building a more expensive one on the same plot]
29
Abrisshaus {n} [Haus, das nur gekauft wird, um es abzureißen und durch einen teureren Neubau zu ersetzen]
2 Words
high-end {adj} [coll.] [expensive]teuer
pretty expensive {adj} [coll.] [very expensive]ganz schön teuer [ugs.]
automot. (hot) whip [Am.] [sl.] [nice car, usu. expensive]heiße Karre {f} [ugs.]
3 Words
to burn one's fingers [idiom] [make an expensive mistake]sichDat. die Pfoten verbrennen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to prove (to be) [too expensive, a great success, etc.]sich herausstellen als [als zu teuer, als großer Erfolg etc.]
to run into money [coll.] [come expensive] [idiom]ins Geld gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [teuer werden, viel Geld kosten]
4 Words
idiom to have sth. on the brain [e.g. expensive cars]nichts anderes als etw. im Kopf haben [z. B. teure Autos]
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