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English-German translation for: hog
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Dictionary English German: hog

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English German
NOUN   a hog | hogs
VERB  to hog | hogged | hogged ... 
SYNO   hog | pig | hogg | hogget ... 
to hog [Am.]
raffen [sich aneignen]
to hog sb./sth. [coll.]jdn./etw. in Beschlag nehmen
to hog sth. [coll.]etw. rücksichtslos an sich reißen
to hog sth. [coll.] [Am.] [seize greedily]etw.Akk. gierig an sichAkk. reißen
zool. hog
Hausschwein {n}
zool. hog [Am.]
Schwein {n}
hog [person] [coll.] [greedy-guts]
Vielfraß {m} [ugs.]
hog [person] [coll.]
Sau {f} [ugs.]
agr. hog
Schlachtschwein {n}
agr. hog
Mastschwein {n}
constr. hog
Überhöhung {f}
hog [person] [coll.]
Ferkel {n} [ugs.]
automot. hog [coll.] [motorcycle]
Bock {m} [ugs.] [regional] [Motorrad]
agr. zool. hog {pl}
Mastschweine {pl}
2 Words: Others
fin. Unverified lean hogSchweinebauch
2 Words: Verbs
to hog-tie [Am.] [fig.]behindern
2 Words: Nouns
energy hogEnergiefresser {m} [ugs.]
automot. gas hog [also: gas-hog] [Am.] [coll.]Benzinsäufer {m} [ugs.] [selten]
automot. gas hog [Am.] [coll.]Benzinfresser {m} [ugs.]
automot. gas hog [coll.]Spritfresser {m} [ugs.]
automot. gasoline hog [coll.]Spritfresser {m} [ugs.]
hog bristlesSchweinsborsten {pl}
VetMed. hog cholera [Am.]Schweinepest {f}
VetMed. hog cholera <HC> [classical swine fever]klassische Schweinepest {f} <KSP>
agr. hog farmSchweinefarm {f}
hog hair {sg}Schweineborsten {pl}
agr. hog houseSchweinekoben {m} [Schweinestall]
gastr. hog jowl [esp. Southern U.S.]Schweinsbacke {f}
weapons hog leg [sl.] [Am.][6-schüssiger Revolver]
gastr. zool. hog mawSchweinemagen {m}
agr. hog operation [pig farm]Schweinefarm {f}
agr. hog penSchweinepferch {m}
agr. jobs hog raiser [Am.]Schweinezüchter {m}
hog swillSchweinefutter {n} [Futtersuppe bzw. Spültrank]
agr. comm. jobs hog traderSchweinehändler {m}
zool. hog wallowSuhle {f} [für Schweine]
gastr. hog-killingSchweineschlachten {n}
gastr. hog-killingSchweinsschlachten {n} [selten]
hog's bristlesSchweineborsten {pl}
gastr. hog's jowlSchweinebacke {f}
theatre limelight hogRampensau {f} [ugs.]
comp. memory hog [coll.]Speicherfresser {m} [ugs.]
comm. electr. power hog [esp. Am.] [coll.]Stromfresser {m} [ugs.] [fig.]
comp. resource hogRessourcenfresser {m}
traffic road hog [coll.]Verkehrsrowdy {m}
comp. space hog [coll.]Platzfresser {m} [ugs.]
comp. space hog [coll.]Platzverbraucher {m}
theatre stage hog [coll.]Rampensau {f} [ugs.] [auch pej.]
water hogSaugwalze {f}
3 Words: Others
idiom Go hog wild! [Am.]Tob dich aus!
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Q 2019-05-07: to ground hog (IT)
A 2014-11-22: one hog, two hogs, three hogs
A 2014-03-16: to go hog wild: dictionary entries
A 2014-03-15: Hog Wild
Q 2014-03-15: Tob dich aus / Go hog wild
A 2013-04-30: to go hog wild [Am.] [coll.]
Q 2013-04-29: to drain the hog ???
A 2012-10-13: A "boar hog" in the U.S. hog farming vernacular is a male pig used for breeding.
A 2012-10-13: @5dotstoadime: Your answer is as useless as tits on a boar hog.
A 2010-07-28: http://www.dict.cc/?s=hog ein Name ? abgeleitet von hog ?!
A 2010-04-02: he's a pig but not as lovable as babe. he roots around the farmyard singin...
A 2009-12-14: The farmers here say "That's about as useless as teats on a boar-hog."
A 2009-09-09: not meaning to hog the limelight so but "The Kiss of Death" apparently was...
A 2009-02-15: to go the whole hog / flat out Confirming aidualC: http://www.dicdata.de/...
A 2009-02-15: go the whole hog
A 2008-09-04: http://www.dict.cc/?s=hog
A 2008-02-29: to cut a fat hog > sich übernehmen, gierig sein
A 2008-02-29: go the whole hog
Q 2008-02-29: Fisch = hog?!
Q 2004-08-18: hog-tied, over a barrel

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