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Dictionary English German: [longer]

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English German
ling. obsolete {adj} <obs.> [No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood. Obsolete is a stronger term than archaic, and a much stronger term than dated.]
legacy {adj} [old, not longer in active use]
defunct {adj} [no longer living, dead]
verstorben <verst.> [geh.]
ling. archaic {adj} [no longer in general use, but still found in some contemporary texts (e.g. the Bible) and generally understood; a stronger term than »dated«, but not as strong as »obsolete«]
jobs redundant {adj} [esp. Br.] [no longer in employment]
beschäftigungslos [entlassen]
passé {adj} [pred.] [no longer fashionable]
out [nur prädikativ] [ugs.] [nicht mehr in Mode]
drugs clean {adj} [coll.] [no longer addicted to drugs]
clean [ugs.] [nicht mehr drogensüchtig]
[late (deceased)] {adj} [attr.] [may in German be used colloquially hum. for things that do not exist any longer, besides the standard meaning for persons which is becoming old-fashioned]seligen Angedenkens [nachgestellt] [ugs. hum.] [einstig, früher] [nicht Personen betreffend]
[The days are getting longer again, spring is nearing.]Es geht nauswärts. [fränk.] [pfälz.] [regional]
dead {adj} [no longer in use or operation]außer Betrieb [nachgestellt]
med. harelipped {adj} [no longer in scientific use; coll.: sometimes offensive] [cleft-lipped]mit Hasenscharte [nachgestellt] [ugs.] [fachspr. veraltet]
obsolete {adj} [no longer in use]außer Gebrauch [nachgestellt]
stale {adj} [no longer valid]nicht mehr gültig
to outwear sth. [last longer than sth.]
etw.Akk. überdauern
publ. to backlist sth. [a book no longer recent but still available]etw.Akk. in die Backlist schreiben [ein nicht mehr aktuelles, aber noch lieferbares Buch]
to lengthen sth. [to make longer] [e.g. a dress]etw.Akk. anstückeln [regional] [verlängern] [z. B. ein Kleid]
med. harelip [no longer in scientific use; coll.: sometimes offensive] [cleft lip]
Hasenscharte {f} [ugs.] [fachspr. veraltet] [Lippenspalte]
bot. ecol. tussock [small area of grass that is thicker or longer than the grass growing around it]
Bülte {f} [nordd.] [grasbewachsene Bodenerhebung in Moor oder Bruch]
hist. mil. reenlistee [voluntarily longer serving conscript, Prussian Forces, German Imperial Forces]
Kapitulant {m}
educ. truants [frequently or over longer periods]
Schulverweigerer {pl}
relig. [baptised Christians no longer affiliated with their denominations]Taufscheinchristen {pl.}
deadwood [fig.] [esp. Am.] [sth. that is no longer useful](altes) Gerümpel {n} [pej.]
med. harelip [no longer in scientific use; coll., sometimes offensive] [Labium fissum, Labium leporinum] [cleft lip]Hasenlippe {f} [ugs.] [oft pej.]
biol. pongid [obs.] [ape of the family Pongidae (no longer in use); now: Hominidae family] [hominid]Menschenaffe {m}
2 Words: Others
no more {adv} [no longer]nicht länger
2 Words: Verbs
to be gone [no longer be present, no longer exist]verschwunden sein [nicht mehr da sein, nicht mehr existieren]
to dry up [coll.] [not knowing your text any longer]steckenbleiben [beim Vortrag]
to dry up [not knowing your text any longer]stecken bleiben [im Text]
Unverified to quit sth. completely [to no longer do or pursue something]etw.Akk. ganz lassen [komplett aufhören etwas zu tun oder zu erreichen]
2 Words: Nouns
bike tacoed wheel [Am.] [coll.] [the bike is no longer rideable]Achter {m} [Fahrradjargon für: Acht] [Fahrrad nicht mehr fahrbar]
4 Words: Others
left on the shelf {adj} {past-p} [coll.] [idiom] [no longer desired]sitzengeblieben [ugs.] [veraltend] [nicht verheiratet]
4 Words: Verbs
to pull the plug on sb./sth. [idiom] [support no longer]jdm./etw. den Hahn zudrehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [nicht mehr unterstützen]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
zool. T
zool. T
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