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Dictionary English German: [popular]

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English German
big {adj} [popular]
quote [quote from a popular German TV sketch, used to express that everything was better in the past; literally: "There was more lametta (on the Christmas tree) in the old days."]Früher war mehr Lametta. [Loriot, aus „Weihnachten bei Hoppenstedts“; verallgemeinert verwendet im Sinne von „Früher war alles besser.“]
common {adj} [prevalent, popular]weit verbreitet
myth [fig.] [popular misconception]
Mär {f} [fig.] [Irrglaube]
tinfoil [popular misnomer]
Aluminiumfolie {f}
furn. commode [low chest of drawers or chiffonier of a decorative type popular in the 18th century]
Kommode {f} [bes. stark verzierte, niedrige Kommode des 18. Jahrhunderts]
mus. hook [popular music]
Hookline {f} [charakteristische Melodiephrase od. Textzeile]
gastr. TrVocab. Jagertee [also: Jägertee] [black tea with overproof ersatz rum; popular as an après-ski drink]
Jagertee {m} [österr.] [südd.]
mus. song [popular music]
Titel {m}
mus. hook [popular music]
Hook {f} [ugs. in Rapperkreisen für Hookline]
sports [a style of sled runner popular in Bavaria that resembles curved horns]Hörnerschlitten {m}
lit. mus. theatre [farce with singing, popular in the 19th century]Posse {f} mit Gesang
mus. [folksy popular music genre, esp. in German speaking countries]volkstümliche Musik {f} [kommerzialisierte, sogenannte Volksmusik]
gastr. [phantasy name of a popular (German) minced meat dish in the 50s]Arabisches Reiterfleisch {n} [Hackfleischgericht der 50er Jahre]
gastr. [popular rhyme in German; literally: noshing [Br.] / chowing [Am.] like (one does / did) at Mum's / Mom's]Futtern {n} wie bei Muttern
[typical representatives of an ethnic group in traditional costumes; popular motif on old postcards]Volkstypen {pl}
hist. drum [evening tea party of a kind that was popular in the late 18th and early 19th century]Abendgesellschaft {f} [bes. im späten 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert]
mus. Mandopop [also: mandopop] [Mandarin popular music]Mandopop {m}
relig. Shenism [also: shenism] [Chinese popular religion]Schenismus {m} [chinesischer Volksglauben]
2 Words: Others
most popular {adj} [extremely popular]ausgesprochen beliebt
2 Words: Verbs
to catch on [coll.] [to become popular]Schule machen [Redewendung]
to catch on [coll.] [to become popular]sich durchsetzen [populär werden]
to catch on [coll.] [to prove popular]Anklang finden
2 Words: Nouns
flying monkeys [adaptions and popular culture] [The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]geflügelte Affen {pl} [Der Zauberer von Oz]
mus. pop icon [popular music celebrity]Popikone {f}
mus. pop icon [popular music celebrity]Pop-Ikone {f}
lit. pop literature [coll.] [short for: popular literature]Popliteratur {f}
public opinion [popular opinion, not recorded by statistical surveys]Volksmeinung {f}
hist. lit. theatre sentimental tragicomedy [popular in the late 18th/early 19th cent.]weinerliche Komödie {f}
mus. Viennese song [folksong, popular song]Wienerlied {n}
3 Words: Others
philos. quote Being determines consciousness. [popular short version of a quote by Karl Marx]Das Sein bestimmt das Bewusstsein. [verbreitete Kurzform eines Zitats von Karl Marx]
3 Words: Verbs
Unverified to die a death [Br.] [idiom] [fashion, craze etc.] [cease or fail to become popular or successful][enden, populär zu sein; scheitern, erfolgreich zu werden]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. carte de visite <c.d.v., CDV> [a small photographic portrait of a person, mounted on a piece of card; popular in the 1860s]Visitkarton {m} [Carte de Visite, CdV, ca. 1860]
4 Words: Nouns
idiom flavour of the month [most popular person or thing] [coll.] [Br.]Hit {m} des Monats
5+ Words: Others
A stitch in time saves nine! [popular protest slogan in Germany]Wehret den Anfängen!
idiom Nip it in the bud! [popular protest slogan in Germany]Wehret den Anfängen!
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. law Swiss children coercion reparation initiative [Swiss federal popular initiative]Wiedergutmachungsinitiative {f} [Schweiz]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
RadioTV F [popular German TV show, literally: pronto pronto]Dalli Dalli [Fernsehshow]
mus. RadioTV F If I Knew You Were Comin', I'd Have Baked a Cake [popular song by Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, and Clem Watts]Hätt ich dich heut erwartet, hätt ich Kuchen da
mus. lit. F The Happy Wanderer [popular German song]Mein Vater war ein Wandersmann [Text: Friedrich Sigismund]
lit. F [a child who is considered eating too little; also popular restaurant name (modernised form of the name "Suppen-Kaspar")]Suppenkasper {m} [modernisiert aus: Suppen-Kaspar]
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