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English-German translation for: [working]
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busy {adj} [fully occupied, working to capacity]
wood {adj} [attr.] [wooden; also: for working with wood, e.g. wood saw]
plying {pres-p} [working with]
pickled {adj} {past-p} [metal working]
gebeizt [Metallbearbeitung]
broken {adj} [not working properly]nicht in Ordnung
to assess sth. [costs, working hours etc.]
etw. veranschlagen
sports gym [for working out]
Fitnessstudio {n}
retirement [after working life]
Ruhestand {m}
retirement [after working life]
Pension {f} [österr.] [südd.]
team [of animals in harness (to pull a vehicle); also fig.: two people working together]
Gespann {n} [vor eine Wagen gespannte Zugtiere; auch fig.: Paar]
educ. smug [Br.] [sl.] [dated] [hard-working student]
Streber {m} [Student]
educ. grind [coll.] [excessively hard-working student]
Streber {m} [pej.] [Schüler, Student]
workforce [treated as sg. or pl.] [working population]
Erwerbsbevölkerung {f}
sociol. [working poor receiving top-up benefit in Germany]
Aufstocker {pl} [ugs.]
jobs officials [people working for state or community]
Bedienstete {pl}
smug [Br.] [female] [sl.] [dated] [hard-working student]
Streberin {f} [Studentin]
hooker [esp. Am.] [coll.] [pej.] [prostitute, working for a pimp]
Pferdchen {n} [ugs.] [Straßenprostituierte (meistens mit Zuhälter)]
sports gym [for working out]
Fitneßstudio {n} [alt]
automot. tech. creeper [small frame or platform mounted on casters, used e.g. when working under a car]
Rollbrett {n} [für Montagen, Werkstatt]
hist. mil. dungarees {pl} [20th-century U.S. Navy working uniform or (part of a) Marines battle dress]
[ehem. Arbeitsuniform der U.S. Navy, bzw. Uniformteil (auch: die gesamte Felduniform) der Marines]
[coll. description of paramedical staff working in emergency services regardless of rank or education]
Notarzthelfer {pl} [ugs.] [falsche Bezeichnung für das Rettungsdienstpersonal]
admin. hist. jobs scribe [working for daily wages]
Diurnist {m}
relig. [pastoral work with the working class]Arbeiterseelsorge {f}
ling. [working class sociolect in Bern]Mattenenglisch {n} [schweiz.] [Unterschicht-Soziolekt, auch Geheimsprache in Bern]
RadioTV [working pool of the broadcasting corporations of the Federal Republic of Germany]Arbeitsgemeinschaft {f} der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland <ARD>
hunting [working terriers, dachshunds]Erdhunde {pl} [bes. Terrier und Dackel]
automot. tech. creeper [small frame or platform mounted on casters, used e.g. when working under a car]Arbeitsliege {f} [Montagerollbrett]
automot. tech. creeper [small frame or platform mounted on casters, used e.g. when working under a car]Montageliege {f} [Rollbrett]
automot. tech. creeper [small frame or platform mounted on casters, used e.g. when working under a car]Werkstattrollbrett {n}
automot. tech. creeper [small frame or platform mounted on casters, used e.g. when working under a car]Werkstatt-Liegewagen {m}
hist. grisette [archaic] [pleasure-seeking French working girl]Grisette {f} [junge, Vergnügen suchende franz. Arbeiterin]
constr. jobs tech. marbler [female] [working with marble]Marmorarbeiterin {f} [selten]
constr. jobs marbler [working with marble]Marmorarbeiter {m} [selten]
mondaytofridayer [Br.] [neologism] [coll.] [lodger during the working week]Wochenendheimfahrer {m}
furn. workbench [when working on jewellery]Werkbrett {n} [beim Bearbeiten von Schmuck]
2 Words: Others
cross-grained {adj} [wood product, wood working]quer zur Maserung [Holz]
Let's go! [coll.] [idiom] [get to it, start working]Dann mal ran (an den Speck)! [ugs.] [Redewendung]
You see? [e.g. pointing out something correct or correctly working to another person]Siehst du wohl!
2 Words: Verbs
to cut out [stop working] [engine, electricity, etc.]aussetzen
to ginger sb. up [coll.] [idiom] [get sb. working]jdn. ans Arbeiten bringen
to slog on [coll.] [continue working]weitermachen [mit der Arbeit]
to slow down [at running, driving, working etc.]langsamer machen [ugs.] [langsamer werden] [beim Laufen, Fahren, Arbeiten etc.]
to stand down sth. [mainly Br.] [stop working]etw. einstellen [nicht fortsetzen]
to work on [carry on working]weiterarbeiten [z. B. bis spät in die Nacht]
2 Words: Nouns
film jobs RadioTV cable puller [working at roving television camera]Kabelträger {m}
cat ladder [Br.] [a lightweight ladder frame for working on a sloping roof]Steigleiter {f}
admin. EU law Community instruments [diverse provisions regulating the inner working of the EU]Gemeinschaftsinstrumente {pl}
jobs comp day [coll.] [in compensation for working on a holiday]Guttag {m}
hunting zool. earth dog [working terrier, dachshund]Erdhund {m} [Jagdhund (Dackel, Terrier), der bei der Baujagd eingesetzt wird] [Bauhund]
hunting earth dogs [working terriers, dachshunds]Bauhunde {pl} [Erdhunde] [bes. Terrier und Dackel]
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