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English-German translation for: Whose side are you on
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Whose side are you on?Auf wessen Seite stehst du?
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Which side are you on?Auf welcher Seite stehst du?
Are you on welfare?Lebst du von Sozialhilfe?
Whose books are those?Wem gehören diese Bücher?
Whose books are those?Wessen Bücher sind das? [geh.]
Whose clothes are those?Wem gehören diese Kleider?
Are you free (on) Saturday?Hast du am Samstag frei?
TrVocab. Are you here on business?Sind Sie geschäftlich hier? [formelle Anrede]
Are you in on it?Bist du dabei?
How are you getting on?Wie kommen Sie voran?
How are you getting on?Wie kommst du voran?
How are you getting on?Wie kommt ihr voran?
Where on earth are you?Wo steckst du denn?
Are you still on the line?Bist du noch am Apparat?
What are you babbling on about?Was laberst du da? [ugs.]
Where are you going on holiday?Wo fährst du in Urlaub hin?
idiom You are really on the ball!Du bist echt auf Draht!
the people whose children are comingdie Leute {pl}, deren Kinder kommen
Are you on welfare? [German benefit system]Lebst du von Hartz IV?
What (on earth) are you doing here?Was machst du denn hier?
Where are you going on holiday? [Br.]Wo fahrt ihr in den Ferien hin?
Are you turning the tables on me? [idiom]Drehst du den Spieß um? [ugs.] [Redewendung]
What are you (going) on about? [coll.] [Br.]Was meinst du damit?
What are you going to do on Friday?Was hast du am Freitag vor?
What are you rabbiting (on) about? [Br.] [coll.]Was laberst du da? [ugs.]
proverb Do not cut the bough you are sitting on.Säge nicht an dem Ast, auf dem du sitzt.
proverb Do not cut the branch you are sitting on.Säge nicht an dem Ast, auf dem du sitzt.
idiom You'll soon be laughing on the other side of your face. [Br.]Dir wird das Lachen schon noch vergehen!
Are you on the telephone? [dated usage, meaning "Do you have a telephone?"]Hast du ein Telephon? [alt]
quote Ah lean down, / You who are full of sorrow, / Your face mercifully on my distress!Ach neige, / Du Schmerzenreiche, / Dein Antlitz gnädig meiner Not! [J. W. v. Goethe, Faust] [häufig falsch zitiert: „... Schmerzensreiche ...“]
the man whose daughters you're speaking toder Mann {m}, mit dessen Töchtern ihr sprecht
the people whose children you're speaking todie Leute {pl}, mit deren Kindern Sie sprechen [formelle Anrede]
the woman whose sons you're speaking todie Frau {f}, mit deren Söhnen du sprichst
bibl. But God said to him, 'You fool! This very night your life is being demanded of you. And the things you have prepared, whose will they be?' [Lk 12:20; NRSV]Da sprach Gott zu ihm: Du Narr! Noch in dieser Nacht wird man dein Leben von dir zurückfordern. Wem wird dann all das gehören, was du angehäuft hast? [Lk 12,20; EÜ]
on whose account {adv}derenthalben [Menschen oder weiblicher Mensch] [veraltet]
on whose account {adv}derentwegen [Menschen oder weiblicher Mensch]
on whose account {adv}dessenthalben [Mensch] [veraltet]
on whose account {adj}dessentwegen [Mensch] [veraltet] [wegen welchem]
on whose account {adv}wessentwegen [{m} / {n} {sg}] [veraltet] [weswegen]
on whose behalf {adv}in deren / dessen Auftrag
on whose accountderetwegen [{f} {sg}]
on whose accountderetwegen [{pl}]
on whose behalfderetwegen [{f} {sg}]
on whose behalfderetwegen [{pl}]
On whose say-so? [coll.]Mit welchem Recht?
On whose say-so? [coll.]Wer sagt das?
idiom You're / you are better safe than sorry!Geh lieber / besser auf Nummer sicher!
You're not a democrat, are you?Sie sind doch kein Demokrat, oder? [formelle Anrede]
"You're not telling the truth, are you?" "I am, so!" [coll.]"Du sagst nicht die Wahrheit, oder?" "Sag ich wohl!" [ugs.]
You're not scared, are you?Du hast doch nicht etwa Angst?
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