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established {adj} [traditional]
square {adj} [coll.] [boringly traditional]
spießig [ugs.] [pej.]
archi. vernacular {adj} [traditional]
traditionell [vernakulär]
square {adj} [boringly traditional]
verstaubt [fig.] [überholt]
customary {adj} [local traditional]
square {adj} [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [boringly traditional]piefig [ugs.] [pej.] [spießig]
traditory {adj} [obs.] [traditional]traditionell
gastr. [to introduce loaves of bread into a traditional baking oven with a baking peel]
etw.Akk. einschießen [Brotlaibe mit dem Brotschießer in den Backofen]
gastr. [to use a baker's peel to remove loaves of bread from the hot surface of a traditional baking oven]etw.Akk. ausschießen [Brotlaibe mit dem Brotschießer aus dem Backofen herausholen]
cloth. garb [esp. traditional costumes, professional uniforms]
Tracht {f}
cloth. costume [traditional]
Tracht {f}
gastr. s'more [traditional campfire treat; roasted marshmallow and chocolate sandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker]
S'more {n} [trad. Lagerfeuer-Snack (Kekssandwich mit Marshmallows und Schokoladestückchen)]
cloth. mitre [worn by the traditional German and Austrian Santa Claus]
Nikolausmütze {f}
oenol. treading [traditional method of pressing grapes]
Keltern {n} [Weinkeltern] [mit den Füßen]
strandkorb [rare] [traditional Baltic beach chair]
Strandkorb {m}
agr. unit yoke [traditional unit of area]
Joch {n} [veraltetes Flächenmaß]
gastr. kifli [traditional European yeast roll made into a crescent shape]
Kipferl {n} [bes. österr.] [Hörnchen]
gastr. [traditional German sweet pastry similar to a gingerbread man, often with a clay pipe, baked for St. Nicholas' Day or St. Martin's Day; literally "bread roll man"]
Weckmann {m} [bes. südd.]
acad. educ. commercium [traditional academic feast of student fraternities at universities in Central and Northern Europe]
Kommers {m}
art film jobs inbetweener [phase drawer] [traditional animation]
Phasenzeichner {m} [Inbetweener]
gastr. [traditional rural dish made from cereals or beans]
Sterz {m} [österr.] [südd.]
gastr. bouillabaisse [traditional Provençal fish stew]
Bouillabaisse {f} [Fischsuppe der provenzalischen Küche]
cloth. keffiyeh [traditional headdress typically worn by Arab men, "scarf"]
Kufiya {f} [von Männern getragenes Kopftuch in der arabischen Welt]
agr. skep [traditional beehive made of straw]
Stülper {m} [traditioneller Bienenkorb aus Stroh]
cloth. [traditional Bavarian hat]
Seppelhut {m}
gastr. [traditional peasant dish, similar to a pancake cut into small pieces, today mainly sweet dessert]
Schmarrn {m} [österr.] [südd.]
cloth. costumes {pl} [traditional]
Gewand {n} [Trachtenkleidung]
art ethn. duodji [traditional Sami handicraft]
Duodji {n} [traditionelles samisches Kunsthandwerk]
[a traditional dish made of potatoes and blood pudding]Blunzengröstl {n} [österr.] [bayer.] [regional] [Blutwurstgröstl]
[a traditional fair in the district of Au in Munich]Auer Dult {f}
[a traditional sledge with poles, usually made from metal; Northern Germany]Peekschlitten {m} [Norddeutschland]
[a type of traditional love ballad in rural Switzerland and adjacent areas]Kiltlied {n} [schweiz.] [alemannisch]
[Accessory of a traditional Bavarian costume, worn in combination with the watch chains]Charivari {n} [bayer.]
Unverified [agricultural support payments to prevent forestation of traditional alpine pastures]Kulturlandschaftsbeiträge {pl} [Schweiz]
hist. [Jews wearing traditional dress, esp. in or from Galicia]Kaftanjuden {pl} [veraltet] [meist pej.]
cloth. [knee-high stockings, worn with the national / traditional costume, e.g. in Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland]Trachtenstrümpfe {pl}
pol. [person using traditional Swiss cowbells in protests against COVID-19 public safety measures]Freiheitstrychler {m} [schweiz.]
cloth. [pseudo-traditional male clothing from Southern Austria]Salonsteirer {m}
gastr. [traditional afternoon snack of cold meats, cheese, bread, etc.]Marende {f} [bes. Südtirol]
cloth. [traditional Bavarian hat]Sepplhut {m}
relig. [traditional Christmas display from the Ore Mountains of Germany]Weihnachtsberg {m}
educ. [traditional course of studies with no separate undergraduate and graduate levels]grundständiges Studium {n} [mit Abschluss Diplom, Magister oder Staatsexamen]
gastr. [traditional Easter bread in Eastern and Southern Austria and Slovenia]Osterpinze {f} [österr.]
ethn. [traditional figures of the Cologne carnival wearing municipal guard costumes]Funken {pl} [Figuren des Kölner Karnevals]
gastr. [traditional German sweet pastry similar to a gingerbread man, often with a clay pipe, baked for St. Nicholas' Day or St. Martin's Day; literally "bread roll man"]Stutenkerl {m} [Weckmann, Hefemann, Klausenmann, Grättimaa, Grittibänz, Dambedei, Weckbobbe, Krampus]
[traditional greeting of social democrats, socialists and communists]Freundschaft!
gastr. [traditional hard spice biscuit originating from Basel]Basler Läckerli {n} [schweiz.] [Leckerli]
Unverified [traditional horse blessing on Boxing Day, esp. in Germany and Austria]Stephaniritt {m} [auch: Stephani-Ritt, Stefaniritt, Stefani-Ritt, Stephanus-Ritt, Stephanusritt] [Pferderitt mit Pferdesegnung am Stephanstag/Stefanitag]
gastr. [traditional Krampus sweet bread with raisins, baked for Saint Nicholas Day in Austria and Southern Germany]Krampus {m} [Krampusbrot]
hist. [traditional nightly tryst of love in rural Switzerland and adjacent areas]Kiltgang {m} [schweiz.] [alemannisch]
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