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

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English German
to puff [breathe heavily]
to thud [move heavily]
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]
jdn. verputzen [ugs.] [mühelos besiegen]
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]
jdn. überfahren [hoch, eindeutig besiegen] [Sportjargon]
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. entscheidend schlagen
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. vernichtend schlagen
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.] [salopp] [vernichtend besiegen]
meteo. to pour [rain heavily](in Strömen) gießen [ugs.]
meteo. to pour [rain heavily]in Strömen regnen
to tramp [walk heavily]trappen [veraltet]
to whang [to strike heavily]gewaltsam schlagen
gastr. [a hard, heavily smoked German ham, almost black]Knochenschinken {m}
[musical jargon denoting a disrupted, heavily-sampled musical style]Klangbrocken {m} [ugs.]
2 Words
to fall down [heavily]hinstürzen [hinfallen]
econ. pol. PIIGS countries {pl} [pej.] [heavily indebted European countries Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Spain]PIIGS-Länder {pl} [pej.] [hochverschuldete Eurostaaten Portugal, Italien, Irland, Griechenland, Spanien]
3 Words
meteo. to chuck it down [coll.] [rain heavily]schiffen [ugs.] [heftig regnen]
to come a cropper [coll.] [fall heavily]hinfliegen [ugs.] [(mit Schwung) hinfallen, stürzen]
to come a cropper [coll.] [fall heavily](schwer) stürzen [hinfallen, zu Boden fallen]
to skin and salt sb. [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. bös in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.]
4 Words
to come down hard on sb./sth. [fall heavily on]auf jdn./etw. schwer fallen
to come down in buckets [coll.] [idiom] [rain heavily]wie aus Eimern schütten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
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