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English-German translation for: run-of-the-mill
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SYNO   mine run | run-of-the-mill ... 
run-of-the-mill {adj}Allerwelts-
run-of-the-mill {adj}ganz normal
run-of-the-mill dayDutzendtag {m}
run-of-the-mill {adj}08/15 [ugs.]
run-of-the-mill {adj}gewöhnlich [08/15]
run-of-the-mill {adj} [coll.]nullachtfuffzehn [ugs.]
run-of-the-mill {adj}Feld-Wald-und-Wiesen- [ugs.]
run-of-the-mill {adj}nullachtfünfzehn <08/15> [ugs.] [pej.]
run-of-the-mill sort of person [pej.]Dutzendmensch {m} [pej.]
run-of-the-mill {adj} {adv} [German idiom for describing something very common or ordinary]null-acht-fünfzehn [auch: 08/15, nullachtfünfzehn, nullachtfuffzehn, nullachtfuchzehn] [Beschreibung für etwas ganz Gewöhnliches]
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run of the machineArbeitsgang {m}
out of the common runungewöhnlich
run-of-the-river hydroelectricityLaufwasserkraft {f}
FoodInd. heart of the run [distillation]Mittellauf {m} [Destillation]
run of the curveVerlauf {m} der Kurve
sports last run of the seasonletztes Saisonrennen {n}
run-of-the-river power plantLaufwasserkraftwerk {n}
the common run of mankinddie (breite) Masse {f}
lit. F The Nixie of the Mill-Pond [Grimm Brothers]Die Nixe im Teich [Brüder Grimm]
naut. to run out of the rudderaus dem Ruder laufen
mus. F The Lovely Maid of the Mill [song cycle, more often called: Die schöne Müllerin]Die schöne Müllerin [Franz Schubert]
sports in the last run of the season {adv}im letzten Saisonrennen
run-of-the-mine {adj} [coll.] [ordinary]nullachtfünfzehn <08/15> [ugs.] [pej.]
sports in the run / flow of play [football]aus dem Spiel heraus
idiom to run the risk of doing sth.Gefahr laufen, etw. zu tun
to be grist to the mill of sb. [esp. Br.] [fig.]Wasser auf die Mühlen von jdm. sein [fig.]
to have got the run of the place [idiom]sturmfreie Bude haben [Redewendung]
to have the run of the house [idiom]sturmfreie Bude haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to have the run of the house [idiom]freien Zutritt zu allen Räumen haben
to run the (whole) gamut of sth.das gesamte Spektrum von etw.Dat. durchlaufen
pol. to run the House (of Representatives) [Am.]das Repräsentantenhaus führen / leiten [mit einer Mehrheit]
to have the run of sth. [freedom of use]über etw. nach Belieben verfügen können
proverb The course of true love never did run smooth.Wahre Liebe verläuft nie reibungslos.
to give sb. the run of the libraryjdm. erlauben, die Bibliothek zu nutzen [ohne Einschränkungen]
to let the residual water run out of sth.das Restwasser aus etw.Dat. herauslaufen lassen
to give sb. the run of the housejdm. erlauben, sichAkk. im Haus frei zu bewegen
to let the water run / drain out of the bathtubdas Wasser aus der Badewanne ablaufen lassen
geogr. Mill GlacierMill-Gletscher {m}
geogr. Mill IslandMill-Insel {f}
lit. F The Satanic MillKrabat [Otfried Preußler]
boutique steel millStahlwerk {n} nach dem Boutique-Mill-Konzept
to bring grist to the millGewinn bringen
jobs master of a millMühlenmeister {m}
hist. First Battle of Bull Run [First Battle of Manassas]erste / Erste Schlacht {f} am Bull Run [erste Schlacht von Manassas]
hist. Second Battle of Bull Run [Second Battle of Manassas]zweite / Zweite Schlacht {f} am Bull Run [zweite Schlacht bei Manassas]
idiom law to put sb. through the milljdn. aufs schärfste verhören
idiom to put sb. through the milljdn. in die Mangel nehmen
idiom He throws his cap over the mill.Er baut Luftschlösser.
to put sb. through the mill [idiom]jdn. schlauchen [ugs.] [scharf herannehmen]
idiom to put sb. through the mill [coll.]jdn. in der Mangel haben [fig.] [ugs.]
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A 2012-03-08: mill = something average, shortening of 'run of the mill'. (?)
A 2007-05-11: Does away with run of the mill!

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