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racy {adj} [speech, style, play]
111
schwungvoll
racy {adj} [speech, style, play, wine]
110
feurig
sports attacking {adj} [style of play, player]
20
offensiv
gothic {adj} [novel, play, film]
19
Schauer-
sb. fluffed [made a mistake, e.g. when reading lines in a play]
6
jd. patzte
Verbs
to drop sth. [a film, a play, etc.] [also: a burden, etc.]
603
etw.Akk. absetzen [einen Film, ein Theaterstück etc.] [auch: eine Last etc.]
to review sth. [a book, play, film, etc.]
494
etw.Akk. besprechen [rezensieren]
to murder sth. [coll.] [pej.] [spoil: music, a play, a language, etc.]
322
etw.Akk. verhunzen [ugs.] [pej.] [Musik, ein Theaterstück, eine Sprache etc.]
comp. games to game [coll.] [play computer games]
198
zocken [ugs.] [Computerspiele spielen]
theatre to act sth. [a play]
146
etw. aufführen
to trump [play a trump]
86
trumpfen
to slate [Br.] [coll.] [play, performance]
79
verreißen
to dally [play amorously, flirt]
63
scherzen [schäkern, neckend flirten]
mus. to comp [coll.] [play jazz accompaniment]
46
begleiten
to dally [flirt, play amorously]
41
tändeln [veraltend] [schäkern, (neckend) flirten]
to butcher [fig.] [play, piece of music, language]
29
vergewaltigen [fig.]
to dally [play amorously, flirt]
27
schäkern
to crucify sb./sth. [author, play, etc.] [coll.]
20
jdn./etw. verreißen [ugs.]
games to ruff [play a trump card at bridge]
12
schnappen [Bridge]
dance mus. to swing [play music in the style of swing, with a flowing but vigorous rhythm]
6
swingen [in der Art des Swing ein Musikstück spielen]
comp. games to game [coll.] [play computer games]
5
gamen [ugs.] [ein Computerspiel spielen]
mus. [to play dance music with one or more violins]aufgeigen
theatre [to show the same play each night for a limited period or as long as it is successful]en-suite spielen
film theatre to direct sth. [a film, a play, etc.]bei etw.Dat. Regie führen
to figure [play a role in]eine Rolle spielen [von Bedeutung sein]
mus. to harp [play the harp]harfen [geh.] [selten] [Harfe spielen]
to massacre sb./sth. [coll.] [fig.] [e.g. a piece of music, a play; a sporting opponent]jdn./etw. massakrieren [ugs.] [fig.] [z. B. ein Musikstück, Theaterstück; einen Wettkampfgegner]
film RadioTV theatre to script sth. [play, documentary]den Text schreiben zu etw.Dat.
mus. to skirl [to play the bagpipe]Dudelsack spielen
film theatre to star [play a leading role]eine Hauptrolle spielen
Nouns
dance mus. theatre performance [of a play etc.]
1089
Aufführung {f}
paronomasia [= pun, word-play]
323
Wortspiel {n}
weepie [Br.] [coll.] [slush film, play etc.]
254
Schnulze {f} [ugs.]
film lit. theatre character [e.g. play, novel]
235
Figur {f}
scorcher [Br.] [coll.] [sensational book, film, or play]
102
Sensation {f} [Buch, Film oder Theaterstück]
tearjerker [coll.] [slushy film, play]
99
Schnulze {f} [ugs.]
cosplay [short for: costume play]
95
Kostümspiel {n}
verve [of play, performance]
41
Ausdruckskraft {f}
mus. theatre rendering [also of a play]
34
Aufführung {f}
lit. offering [book, play]
30
Vorstellung {f} [Werk]
romp [spell of rough, energetic play]
26
Tollerei {f}
tearjerkers [coll.] [slushy film, play]
25
Schnulzen {pl} [ugs.]
film lit. plot [of a film, play etc.]
23
Handlungsgerüst {n}
theatre show [play]
23
Stück {n}
revival [play, film, music]
22
Wiederaufführung {f}
film lit. theatre hero [principal character in a play, story, etc.]
21
Hauptfigur {f}
theatre hero [principal character in a play, story, etc.]
13
Protagonist {m}
cosplay [short for: costume play]
12
Cosplay {n} [japanischer Verkleidungstrend]
lit. personage [character in a play, novel]
9
Figur {f} [in einem Roman, Stück]
[license to play German golf courses]
8
Platzreife {f}
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