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

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English German
exhausted {adj} {past-p} [worn out]
battered {adj} {past-p} [worn-out]
ageing {adj} [esp. Br.] [worn]
ausgeleiert [ugs.]
warworn {adj} [also: war-worn]
attrite {adj} [obs.] [worn down]
[of something which is sat upon, worn out from use] {adj} {past-p}durchgesessen
attrite {adj} [obs.] [worn down]abgerieben
cloth. apron [worn in certain jobs, often made of leather]
Schurz {m}
cloth. drag [women's clothes worn by a man]
Fummel {m} [ugs.] [eines Transvestiten]
agr. zool. nag [coll.] [pej.] [old or worn-out horse]
Klepper {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [ausgemergeltes Pferd]
cloth. drag [coll.] [womens' clothing worn by men]
Frauenkleidung {f} [falls von Männern getragen]
cloth. trouse {pl} [Br.] [close-fitting breeches worn in Ireland]
Hose {f}
cloth. sports bib [a loose-fitting sleeveless garment worn on the upper body for identification]
Leibchen {n}
cloth. scarf [esp. worn around the waist]
Schärpe {f}
jade [archaic] [old or worn-out horse]
Klepper {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [ausgemergeltes Pferd]
plume [long feather(s) worn as an ornament]
Federschmuck {m} [aus großen Federn bestehender Schmuck]
cloth. mitre [worn by the traditional German and Austrian Santa Claus]
Nikolausmütze {f}
cloth. relig. habit [worn by a monk or nun]
Ordenskleid {n}
cloth. scarf [worn around the shoulders]
Schultertuch {n}
cloth. headdress [worn by Native Americans]
Federschmuck {m}
cloth. bonnet [a (cloth or straw) hat tied under the chin and worn by women and children]
Schutenhut {m}
cloth. gamsbart [tuft of chamois hair worn as a hat decoration]
Gamsbart {m}
cloth. keffiyeh [traditional headdress typically worn by Arab men, "scarf"]
Kufiya {f} [von Männern getragenes Kopftuch in der arabischen Welt]
corsage [spray of flowers worn pinned to a woman's clothes]
Ansteckbukett {n}
grill [sl.] [type of jewellery worn over the teeth]
[in der US Hip-Hop-Szene: oft edelsteinbesetzter Frontzahnaufsatz]
cloth. sports pouch [worn by skiers around their waist]
Wimmerl {n} [Skiläufertasche] [österr.]
[Accessory of a traditional Bavarian costume, worn in combination with the watch chains]Charivari {n} [bayer.]
hunting [branch worn on a successful hunter's hat]Beutebruch {m}
cloth. sports [jeans jacket, worn by association football fans, esp. in Germany]Kutte {f} [ugs.] [eine von Fußballfans getragene Fan-Kutte]
cloth. [knee-high stockings, worn with the national / traditional costume, e.g. in Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland]Trachtenstrümpfe {pl}
textil. theatre Unverified buskin [kothornos or cothurnus, the high, thick-soled boot worn in Athenian tragedy]Kothurn {m} [Schnürschuh der griechischen Tragödie mit dicken Sohlen]
cloth. changshan [chángshān, also: changpao / chángpáo, dagua / dàguà] [traditional Chinese dress worn by men]Changshan {n} [traditionelle chinesische Männerkleidung]
earring [worn by a male person]Flinserl {n} [österr.]
cloth. relig. fascia [sash worn by clerics]Bauchbinde {f} [Priestergewand]
fursuit [animal costume mostly worn by cosplayers]Fursuit {m} [meist von Cosplayern getragenes Tierkostüm]
sports grips [devices worn on the hands of artistic gymnasts]Turnriemchen {pl}
zool. hack [worn-out horse]alter Gaul {m}
hist. hoods [worn on top of helmets]Gügler {pl}
cloth. joggers {pl} [one pair] [trousers worn especially for jogging]Jogginghose {f}
cloth. kokoshnik [traditional Russian headdress worn by women]Kokoschnik {m} [nationaler Kopfputz russischer Frauen]
cloth. ethn. moocha [loincloth (made of animals' tails or strips of animal skin) worn by native peoples of South Africa]Moocha {f} [Lendentuch]
cloth. Unverified muffetee [Br.] [dial.] [small muff worn over the wrist]Armstutzerl {n} [auch: Stutzerl] [bayer.] [Pulswärmer]
cloth. robes {pl} [worn as an indication of rank, office, profession]Ornat {m} {n} [Amtstracht]
cloth. serape [long blanket-like cloak, worn in Mexico, especially by men]Umhang {m} [traditioneller Bestandteil der männlichen mexikanischen Tracht]
cloth. shemagh [traditional headdress typically worn by Arab men made of a square of cloth]Shemagh {n} [von Männern getragenes Kopftuch in der arabischen Welt]
sleeper [Br.] [ring or post worn to keep ear-piercing hole from closing]Schlafohrring {m}
cloth. hist. tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men]Daphart {m} [Tappert]
cloth. hist. tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men]Tabard {m} [Tappert]
cloth. hist. tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men]Tapphart {m} [auch: Taphart] [Tappert]
2 Words: Others
knocked up {adj} [Br.] [worn out, exhausted]zerschlagen [erschöpft]
run-down {past-p} {adj} [worn out, exhausted, of a person]ausgelaugt [ugs.]
wore out {adj} {past-p} [regional, rural US] [exhausted] [also: worn out]erschöpft
2 Words: Nouns
cloth. relig. (Geneva) bands {pl} [collar worn by Protestant clergy]Bäffchen {n} [Rsv.] [Kleidungsstück evangelischer Geistlicher]
cloth. relig. (Geneva) bands {pl} [collar worn by Protestant clergy]Beffchen {n}
automot. (old) klunker [Am.] [also: clunker] [worn-out car](alte) Klapperkiste {f}
cloth. funeral suit [worn by a woman]Trauerkostüm {n}
cloth. fur coat [to be worn in the city]Stadtpelz {m}
cloth. med. hospital gown [worn by hospital patients]Flügelhemd {n} [Krankenhemd]
cloth. med. hospital gown [worn by hospital patients]Operationshemd {n}
cloth. hist. night cap [when worn by women]Nachthaube {f}
cloth. night cap [worn by a man]Schlafmütze {f} [Nachtmütze]
cloth. mil. officer's pink [coll.] [WWII, uniform trousers of gabardine, worn by U.S. Army officers][2. WK, ugs. für Uniformhose aus Gabardine, getragen von Offizieren der US-Armee]
old heap [Br.] [coll.] [worn out car]Schrottlaube {f} [ugs.]
old heaps [Br.] [coll.] [worn out cars]Schrottlauben {pl} [ugs.]
cloth. mus. organ shoes [special shoes worn by organists]Orgelschuhe {pl} [Spezialschuhe für Organisten]
hist. pink triangle [worn by homosexuals in Nazi concentration camps]Rosa Winkel {m}
sports playing kit [set of garments worn by outfield players and goalkeepers]Spielkleidung {f} [Grundausrüstung der Feldspieler und Torwarte]
cloth. med. scrub suit [worn by surgeons, surgery nurses etc.]Operationskittel {m} [für Ärzte, Schwestern]
cloth. hist. smoking jacket [formerly worn while smoking after dinner]Raucherjacke {f} [auch: Rauchjacke] [veraltet]
3 Words: Nouns
Unverified (decorative) hair comb [worn in elaborate hairdos]Steckkamm {m}
FireResc MedTech. medical alert system [also body-worn]Rufhilfe {f}
cloth. sports stirrup football socks [Br.] [worn by footballers over their shinguards]Stutzen {pl} [Kniestrümpfe mit Steg für Fußballspieler]
4 Words: Verbs
to be eaten up with sth. [fig.] [worn down]von etw. aufgefressen werden [ugs.] [fig.] [zermürbt werden]
4 Words: Nouns
MedTech. spinal pelvic stabilizer <SPS> orthotics [custom-made foot orthotics which are worn in shoes][orthopädische Schuheinlagen]
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