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sb. prosecuted [war]
34
jd. betrieb
sb. prosecutes [war]
16
jd. betreibt
disabled {adj} [in war]
15
kriegsversehrt
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.“]
incongruous {adj}fehl am Platz [nur prädikativ: etw. ist / war fehl am Platz]
interwar {adj} [also: inter-war] [e.g. period, years, generation] [period between WW I und WW II]Zwischenkriegs- [z. B. Zeit, Jahre, Generation] [Zeit zwischen WK I und WK II]
lengthy {adj} [meeting, war]lang andauernd
Verbs
to unleash [esp. fig.] [war, passion, etc.]
766
entfesseln
to stoke sth. [also fig.: hatred, envy, rage, war, etc.]
518
etw. anfachen [auch fig.]
to displace sb. [violently, e.g. in war]
92
jdn. verschleppen [Menschen]
to prosecute sth. [war etc.]
83
etw. betreiben [bes. einen Krieg]
to skirmish [engage in a minor battle in war]
55
scharmützeln
to countermand sth.
9
etw. abbefehlen [veraltet] [befehlen, dass etwas, das anbefohlen war, unterbleiben solle]
mil. to fall [be killed in a war as a soldier]im Feld bleiben [als Soldat in einem Krieg getötet werden]
hist. to ransom sb. [prisoners of war]jdn. ranzionieren [veraltet]
Nouns
brink [of war, ruin, the grave etc.]
1317
Rand {m} [eines Abgrunds, des Krieges, Ruins etc.]
Boche [sl.] [disparaging: a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]
414
Scheißdeutscher {m} [vulg.] [pej.]
Boche [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]
397
Boche {m} [pej.] [Schimpfname der Franzosen für einen Deutschen, bes. im 1. Weltkrieg]
hist. goon [Br.] [coll.] [guard in a German prisoner-of-war camp during the WWII]
257
Wache {f} [Wachposten / Aufseher in einem deutschen Kriegsgefangenenlager im 2. WK]
mil. hostilities [acts of war]
89
Kriegshandlungen {pl}
unleashing [esp. fig.] [of war, violence, market forces, etc.]
41
Entfesselung {f} [oft fig.]
ind. mil. supplies [materials needed in war, industrial production, etc.]
26
Versorgungsgüter {pl}
chest [rare] [funds, e.g. war chest]
19
Kasse {f} [zur Verfügung stehendes Geld, z. B. Kriegskasse]
brownout [during war]
15
Verdunkelung {f} [im Krieg]
aviat. hist. Albatros [fighter aircraft of World War I]
12
Albatros {f}
pol. relig. jihadist [coll.] [Muslim fighting holy war]
12
Gotteskrieger {m} [im Islam]
hist. [territorial army raised at the end of World War 2]
8
Volkssturm {m}
hist. Union [American Civil War] {sg}
7
Nordstaaten {pl}
comm. mil. naut. navicert [esp. World War II]
6
Warenpass {m} [ermöglicht einem neutralen Schiff, Waren ohne weitere Durchsuchung zu befördern]
pol. reparations {pl} [for war damage]
6
Kriegsentschädigung {f}
hist. bizone [British and US zones of occupation after World War II]
5
Bizone {f} [vereinigte britische und US-Besatzungszone nach dem 2. Weltkrieg]
mil. naut. citadel [on war ships and civilian ships]
5
Zitadelle {f} [gepanzerter Raum auf Schiffen, Schutzraum]
hist. [care packages sent to soldiers, prisoners of war etc. during WWI]Liebesgaben {pl} [1. WK]
[country torn by civil war]Bürgerkriegsland {n}
hist. jobs mil. [day worker esp. for earthworks during a fortress war]Tagearbeiter {m} [bes. für das Ausführen von Erdarbeiten im Festungskrieg]
hist. pol. [General Treaty for the Renunciation of War; signed on August 27, 1928]Kriegächtungspakt {m} [vom 27. August 1928]
[German believer in the final victory in World War II]Endsieggläubiger {m} [selten]
sports [German Federation for Grass Strength Sports and Tug-Of-War]Deutscher Rasenkraftsport- und Tauzieh-Verband {m} (e. V.) <DRTV>
hist. mil. [German prisoner of war camp for Allied naval personnel]Marlag {n} [Marine-Lager]
hist. [German prisoner of war in Soviet Union]Plenni {m} [ugs.]
[Soviet prisoner-of-war camp not allowing contact with home]Schweigelager {n}
mil. naut. [WWI and WWII, esp. in U-boat terminology, a war cruise or combat patrol against the enemy]Feindfahrt {f} [1. und 2. WK Marinejargon]
hist. lit. Belopoeica [book by Heron of Alexandria; a description of war machines]Buch {n} der Projektile [Belopoeika]
bloodiness [of sight, war etc.]Blutigkeit {f}
hist. Confederate [soldier, politician in the American civil war]Konföderierter {m}
hist. pol. Copperheads [Peace Democrats during the U.S.Civil War]Copperheads {pl} [politische Bewegung während des Amerikanischen Bürgerkriegs]
hun [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [also: Hun] [German or Austrian, esp. German soldier in World War I or II]Hunne {m} [pej. für einen Deutschen oder Österreicher, bes. als Soldat im 1. oder 2. Weltkrieg]
med. nulligravida [woman who has never been pregnant]Nulligravida {f} [Frau, die noch nie schwanger war]
hist. sports Spartakiad [also: Spartakiade] [counter-event of the Eastern Bloc countries to the Olympics during cold war]Spartakiade {f} [Gegenveranstaltung der Ostblockstaaten zur Olympiade während des kalten Kriegs]
spoiling [depredation, especially by war or catastrophes]Verheerung {f} [Verwüstung, insbesondere durch Krieg oder Katastrophen]
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