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

Translation 1 - 19 of 19

EnglishGerman
broad {adj} [liberal, tolerant]
348
liberal [offen, tolerant]
downright {adj} {adv} [straightforward]
53
gerade [offen, direkt]
declared {adj} [opponent, supporter, etc.]
36
ausgesprochen [erklärt, sich offen bekennend] [Gegner, Befürworter etc.]
manifested {adj}
33
erklärt [offen]
caring {adj} [for other people. esp. those ill or in need]
32
zugewandt [für andere Menschen offen]
open {adj} [border etc.]
31
durchlässig [offen] [Grenze usw.]
games ouvert {adj} [exposed cards] [in card games]aufgedeckt [offen]
campestral {adj} [Am.] [land or landscape: wide and uncultivated]unberührt [Land oder Landschaft: offen und nicht kultiviert]
Verbs
comm. to keep openaufhalten [offen halten]
to leave openauflassen [offen lassen]
to be openaufstehen [ugs.] [offen stehen, geöffnet sein; z. B. Tür, Fenster, Schrank]
Nouns
for. hort. exposed seed [uncovered seed]Freisaat {f} [offen liegende Saat]
quarrelKnies {m} [ugs.] [regional] [nicht offen ausgetragener Streit]
steel binStahlbehälter {m} [oben offen]
reversible pictogram [e.g. open / closed]Wendepiktogramm {n} [auch: Wendepicto] [Wendeschild, z. B. offen / geschlossen]
2 Words
quite frankly {adv}offen gestanden [offen gesagt]
3 Words
to confess to sth.sichAkk. zu etw.Dat. bekennen [eingestehen, offen zugeben]
5+ Words
idiom The world is his oyster.Die Welt liegt ihm zu Füßen. [steht jdm. offen]
Gorey! [Irish] [coll.] [dated] [idiom] [Shouted after a person who leaves a door open; in an attack upon Gorey in 1798, insurgents carried off all the doors.]Habt ihr zuhause Säcke vor den Türen? [ugs.] [Redewendung] [Frage an jdn., der eine Tür offen stehen lässt]
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