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

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English German
brash {adj} [way of talking]
schnodderig [ugs.] [pej.]
Shoot! [coll.] [fig.] [Start talking!]Legen Sie los! [ugs.] [fig.] [formelle Anrede] [Fangen Sie an zu sprechen!]
Shoot! [coll.] [fig.] [Start talking!]Schießen Sie los! [ugs.] [fig.] [formelle Anrede] [Fangen Sie an zu sprechen!]
to shush sb. [coll.] [cause to stop talking]jdn. zum Schweigen bringen
nonsense [talking]
Blech {n} [ugs.] [Unsinn]
2 Words
Can it! [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [Stop talking!](Halt die) Klappe! [ugs.]
Can it! [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [Stop talking!]Halt den Mund! [Redewendung]
to get going [to move off, to start talking]loslegen [ugs.]
to pretty sth. up [in talking]etw.Akk. schönreden
jobs stat. employment statistics {pl} [employment data: plural form required when talking of the data]Beschäftigtenstatistik {f} [Gesamtheit der Statistiken]
3 Words
idiom That's completely different. [talking of a city]Das ist ein ganz anderes Pflaster.
Where were we? [idiom] [What were we talking about before the interruption?]Wo waren wir stehen geblieben? [Redewendung]
idiom to be daily fare [to happen regularly; often used when talking about crimes, offences, etc.]an der Tagesordnung sein [immer wieder geschehen]
to hold one's mouth [rare] [idiom] [to stop talking]den Mund halten [ugs.] [Redewendung] [aufhören zu reden]
Unverified to not pay attention [to someone talking]auf den Ohren sitzen [ugs.]
5+ Words
Where did we leave off? [stop talking or lecturing]Wo sind wir stehen geblieben?
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