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

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delightful {adj} [story, joke, surprise, etc.]
köstlich [Geschichte, Witz, Überraschung etc.]
Heck, ... [expressing surprise, frustration, or dismay]
Verdammt, ... [salopp] [bei Verwunderung od. Missfallen]
Criminy! [coll.] [used to express surprise or disbelief]
Verdammt! [salopp] [bei Verwunderung od. Missfallen]
Wow! [expression of joyous surprise]
Hach! [Ausruf der freudigen Überraschung]
Wow! [coll.] [expression of surprise or amazement]
Donnerkeil! [ugs.] [Ausruf des Erstaunens und der Verwunderung]
Wow! [expression of surprise or amazement, normally positive]
Oha! [Ausruf des Staunens]
[Southern German filler, used to intensify the sense of an expression, and to express surprise. Unusual in written language]
fei [südd.] [regional]
Ha! [expression of surprise, triumph, etc.]Ha! [Ausruf der Überraschung, des Triumphes etc.]
Hah! [expression of surprise, triumph, etc.]Ha! [Ausruf der Überraschung, des Triumphes etc.]
Whoa! [expression of surprise, amazement, etc.]Oh! [Ausruf der Überraschung, Verwunderung etc.]
why [expression of surprise]aber nein
to astonish sb. [surprise]
jdn. überraschen
deuce [coll.] [euphemism for 'the devil', used in expressions of annoyance, surprise etc.]
Teufel {m}
stunner [surprise]
Überraschung {f}
stunner [coll.] [amazing turn of events, big surprise]
Riesenüberraschung {f} [ugs.] [bes. Ereignis]
mil. raid [surprise attack]
Raid {m} [Überraschungsangriff]
mil. raid [sudden surprise attack]Stoßtruppunternehmen {n}
2 Words: Others
Bugger me! [Br.] [coarse] [expression of surprise]Leck mich am Ärmel! <LMA> [salopp] [Leck mich am Arsch!] [Ausruf der Überraschung]
Bugger me! [Br.] [coarse] [expression of surprise]Leck mich am Arsch! [derb] [Ausruf der Überraschung]
dad-blasted {adj} [Am.] [coll.] [used as a euphemism in expressions of surprise, disgust, anger, etc.] [damned]verflixt [ugs.]
Good heavens! [used to express surprise or anger]Ach herrjemine! [ugs.] [Ausruf des Erstaunens oder Entsetzens]
It figures! [Am.] [coll.] [is perfectly understandable, no surprise]Das passt! [ugs.] [Das ergibt Sinn! Das überrascht mich nicht!]
My, my! [used to express surprise]Sieh an, sieh an!
Say what? [used to express surprise]Wie bitte?
That figures! [Am.] [coll.] [is perfectly understandable, no surprise]Das passt! [ugs.] [Das ergibt Sinn! Das überrascht mich nicht!]
wide-eyed {adj} [as a result of surprise or fear]mit aufgerissenen Augen [nachgestellt]
2 Words: Verbs
idiom to blind-side sb. [take sb. by surprise] [Am.] [spv.]jdn. überraschen [jdn. unvorbereitet treffen]
to get over sth. [a shock, a surprise, an illness, etc.]sichAkk. von etw.Dat. erholen [von einem Schock, einer Überraschung, einer Krankheit etc.]
idiom to stare at sb. [in surprise, disbelief]jdn. groß ansehen
to take aback [surprise]überraschen
2 Words: Nouns
gastr. Norwegian omeletteNorwegische Omelette {f} [österr.] [schweiz.] [sonst fachspr.] [Omelette surprise]
gastr. Norwegian omeletteNorwegisches Omelett {n} [Omelette surprise]
4 Words: Others
sth. is in store for sb. [e.g. a surprise, a bright future]etw. winkt jdm. [fig.] [z. B. eine Überraschung, eine glänzende Zukunft]
4 Words: Verbs
to be in store for sb. [e.g. "A big surprise is in store for Jim."]jdm. winken [fig.] [z. B.: "Jim winkt eine große Überraschung."]
to be transfixed by / with sb./sth. [e.g. shock, surprise]von jdm./etw. fasziniert sein
to throw sb. for a loop [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [surprise, astonish sb.]jdn. völlig umhauen [ugs.] [total überraschen]
4 Words: Nouns
gastr. baked Alaska (with fruits)Überraschungsomelett {n} [Omelette Surprise]
5+ Words: Verbs
to be hit between the eyes by sth. [surprise] [idiom]von etw. kalt erwischt werden [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to be hit between the eyes by sth. [surprise] [idiom]von etw.Dat. wie vor den Kopf geschlagen sein [Redewendung]
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