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NOUN1   straw [stalks collectively, as a material; colour] | -
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NOUN2   a straw [single dried stalk] | straws
 
SYNO   drinking straw | straw | to straw ... 
straw {adj} [attr.]
217
Stroh-
straw {adj} [attr.] [e.g. straw hat, roof, hut]
10
strohern [selten] [aus Stroh bestehend, z. B. stroherner Hut, strohernes Dach, stroherne Hütte]
Nouns
gastr. straw2
1518
Strohhalm {m}
agr. straw1
845
Stroh {n}
gastr. straw2 [drinking straw]
147
Trinkhalm {m}
gastr. straw2
68
Halm {m} [Strohhalm, zum Trinken]
agr. bot. straw [stem of a corn plant]
14
Strohhalm {m} [abgedroschener Getreidehalm]
2 Words: Others
straw yellow {adj}hellgelb
straw yellow {adj}strohgelb
straw-colored {adj} [Am.]strohfarben
straw-colored {adj} [Am.]strohfarbig
straw-colored {adj} [Am.]strohgelb
straw-colored {adj} [Am.]gelblich wie Stroh [nachgestellt]
straw-coloured {adj} [Br.]strohfarben
straw-coloured {adj} [Br.]strohfarbig
straw-coloured {adj} [Br.]strohgelb
2 Words: Nouns
geol. mineral. (soda) straw [tubular stalactite]Sinterröhrchen {n}
zool. (straw) beddingEinstreu {f}
gastr. articulated straw [bendy straw]Knicktrinkhalm {m}
agr. barley strawGerstenstroh {n}
bed straw1 Bettstroh {n}
agr. bedding straw1 Schüttstroh {n}
gastr. bendable strawKnickhalm {m} [Knicktrinkhalm]
gastr. cheese straw2 Käsestange {f} [Gebäck]
chopped straw1 Häcksel {pl}
crop straw1 Erntestroh {n}
crop straw1 Getreidestroh {n}
gastr. drinking straw2 Strohhalm {m} [Trinkhalm]
gastr. drinking straw2 Trinkhalm {m}
gastr. drinking strawTrinkröhrchen {n}
gastr. drinking strawTrinkstrohhalm {m}
textil. flax strawFlachsstroh {n}
agr. long strawLangstroh {n}
gastr. metal straw [stainless steel straw]Metalltrinkhalm {m}
pharm. oat straw1 [Stramentum avenae]Haferstroh {n}
paddy strawReisstroh {n}
agr. rice straw [dried rice stalks] [also: rice-straw]Reisstroh {n}
agr. rye straw1 Roggenstroh {n}
agr. short strawKurzstroh {n}
gastr. spoon strawLöffelhalm {m}
agr. straw baleStrohballen {m}
agr. straw balerStrohballenpresse {f}
agr. straw balerStrohpresse {f}
straw bedStrohlager {n}
straw bid [Am.] [coll.]Scheingebot {n} [z. B. bei Ausschreibungen]
jobs straw boss [coll.] [Am.]Vorarbeiter {m}
gastr. oenol. straw bottle [e.g. Chianti bottle]Strohflasche {f}
straw briquetteStrohbrikett {n}
agr. gastr. straw butter [dated] [winter butter]Strohbutter {f} [veraltet] [Winterbutter]
straw dollStrohpuppe {f}
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Q 2024-02-10: straw in the wind
A 2020-06-21: Wellerdecke > ceiling of mudwork, ceiling of clay mixed with straw
A 2019-02-08: "So weit kommt es noch" "That would be the last straw"
A 2017-02-09: straw hat with corks
Q 2017-02-09: a straw hat with corks on
A 2015-08-18: I go for straw dummies
A 2015-08-18: However...isn't a "straw man" ambiguous?
A 2015-06-09: the final straw = the final / last straw that broke the camel's back
Q 2015-06-09: final straw
A 2014-05-15: Last straw
A 2012-01-28: I would pick a straw ..... und rest stop = doppelmoppel ..... ?!
A 2011-11-13: Drinking straw
Q 2011-11-13: Sipper / Straw? (drinking straw)
A 2011-06-05: Last straw
A 2010-10-16: straw ist auch (Stroh-) Halm, was auf das Gipsgießen hinzudeuten scheint. ...
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A 2010-04-27: LINX http://www.dict.cc/?s=straw+that+breaks
A 2010-02-02: that's the last straw (to break the camel's back)
A 2009-12-17: Hay / Straw.

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