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

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crooked {adj} [coll.] [illegal]
krumm [ugs.] [unrechtmäßig]
illegally {adv}
unerlaubt [illegal]
sb. mainlined [sl.] [injected illegal drugs into a vein]jd. fixte [ugs.]
sb. mainlines [sl.] [injects illegal drugs into a vein]jd. fixt [ugs.]
to pull sth. [coll.] [carry sth. out, esp. sth. deceitful or illegal]
etw. durchführen [bes. eine Straftat]
drugs stash [coll.] [quantity of an illegal drug, esp. one kept for personal use]
Stash {m} [ugs.] [versteckter Vorrat einer illegalen Droge für den Eigenkonsum]
trafficking [illegal trade]
Schieberei {f} [pej.] [illegale Geschäftemacherei]
wetback [sl.]
[illegal über Mexiko in die USA eingewanderte Person]
hist. [illegal mint in former times, esp. during the Middle Ages]Heckenmünze {f} [nicht legale Münzstätte, bes. im Mittelalter]
jobs nixer [Irish] [regional]Nebenjob {m} [auch illegal]
paper [sl.] [money, esp. when earned by illegal means]Kohle {f} [ugs.] [Geld, hier bes., falls unrechtmässig erworben]
drugs pusher [coll.] [person who sells illegal drugs]Pusher {m} [Jargon] [Drogenhändler]
drugs pusher [female] [coll.] [person who sells illegal drugs]Rauschgifthändlerin {f}
trafficking [illegal trade]illegaler Handel {m}
2 Words: Verbs
to front for [sth. illegal]als Strohmann dienen für
market. to sponsor sb. under sb. [network marketing; esp. in (illegal) pyramid schemes]jdn. unter jdm. einschreiben [Network-Marketing; bes. in (illegalen) Schneeballsystemen]
market. to sponsor under sb. [network marketing; esp. in (illegal) pyramid schemes]sichAkk. unter jdm. einschreiben [Network-Marketing; bes. in (illegalen) Schneeballsystemen]
2 Words: Nouns
comm. weapons arms trafficking [illicit]Waffenhandel {m} [illegal]
hist. blind pig [Am.][Kneipe, in der während der Prohibition illegal Alkohol ausgeschenkt wurde]
hist. blind tiger [Am.][Kneipe, in der während der Prohibition illegal Alkohol ausgeschenkt wurde]
hist. booze can [Am.][Kneipe, in der während der Prohibition illegal Alkohol ausgeschenkt wurde]
duplicate jewelry [Am.]nachgemachter Schmuck {m} [auf Kundenwunsch, nicht illegal]
fly-tipper [Br.]illegaler Müllentsorger [selten] [jd., der Müll illegal entsorgt]
urban informal housing [illegal or unregulated housing]informelle Siedlung {f} [Marginalsiedlung]
people smugglingSchlepperei {f} [illegal über Grenzen]
removal centre [Br.] [for illegal immigrants]Abschiebelager {n}
secretarial signature [secretaries mimic the signature of their master; not illegal]Sekretärsunterschrift {f} [z. B. auf Autogrammkarten; rechtlich erlaubt]
drugs smoke shop [Am.] [sl.]Coffeeshop {m} [in dem illegal Marihuana verkauft wird]
3 Words: Others
under the counter {adv}hintenherum [ugs.] [auf versteckte Weise, illegal]
under-the-table {adj} {adv} [fig.]unter dem Tisch [ugs.] [fig.] [illegal, schwarz]
3 Words: Verbs
to flip a bitch [Am.] [coll.] [to make a U-turn with a vehicle (often sudden or illegal)]umdrehen [ugs.] [ein Fahrzeug wenden, insbes. plötzlich oder trotz Verbot]
to flip a bitch [Am.] [vulg.] [to make a U-turn (often sudden or illegal)]wenden [insbes. plötzlich oder trotz Verbot] [Fahrzeug]
to groom a child [seduce into illegal underage sexual activity]ein Kind verführen [durch Pädophilen]
to work a gig [sl.](da) eine Sache am Laufen haben [ugs.] [Geschäft, Deal etc., auch illegal]
3 Words: Nouns
acc. two-book accounting [illegal] [pej.][Bilanzbetrug durch das Führen zweier Hauptbücher (schwarze Buchhaltung)]
law underground banking systemSchattenbanksystem {n} [illegal]
4 Words: Verbs
idiom to be in cahoots over sth. [coll.] [usually over sth. illegal or dishonest]bei einer Sache unter einer Decke stecken [fig.] [ugs.] [gew. bei etw. Illegalem oder Unredlichem]
5+ Words: Others
Unverified sb. has some splainin' to do. [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [hum.] [way of suggesting that sb. has done sth. illegal]jd. hat einiges zu erklären. [Humorvolle Vermutung, dass jd. etw. Illegales getan hat.]
5+ Words: Verbs
law traffic to flee the scene of an accident [illegal action of a driver]Fahrerflucht begehen
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