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English-German translation for: tad
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NOUN   tad | -
 
SYNO   shade | tad
tad [coll.] [Am.] [Can.] [small child, esp. boy]
389
Wicht {m} [ugs.] [kleines Kind, bes. kleiner Junge]
tad [mainly Br.] [coll.] [a little bit, slightly]
44
Tick {m} [ugs.] [ein wenig]
tad [coll.]kleine Menge {f}
2 Words
a tad {adv} [coll.]ein bisschen
a tad {adv} [+ adj.]ein bissel [südd.] [österr.] [vor Adj.]
a tad {adv} [+ adj.]ein bisserl [südd.] [österr.] [vor Adj.]
a tad {adv} [coll.]etwas
3 Words
a tad early {adv}ein bisschen früh
a tad early {adv}etwas zu früh
a tad too ... {adv} [e.g. big] [coll.]eine Spur zu ... [z. B. groß]
telecom. telephone answering device <TAD>Anrufbeantworter {m} <AB>
 
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A 2023-03-01: I’m also a tad confused, dein in the accusative works the exact same as mein.
A 2021-07-31: PPS: In British usage, +direct+ would be a tad too official (which would n...
A 2014-11-24: a metric tad :-)
A 2013-05-20: It's probably a tad more common if used as a conjunction.
A 2013-02-22: you will see the tad different
A 2012-01-17: a tad illogical
A 2011-07-02: well, that might be a tad too rich .... ;-)
A 2010-12-26: yes, most of the time you can't hear the difference, wieder is a tad longer
A 2010-05-20: a tad shorter
A 2010-02-24: a tad less
A 2009-11-07: A tad more coll.: http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=%22before+%27n+after...
A 2009-09-15: A tad stronger: 'despite the angst'
A 2009-09-10: ...a tad more common: 'Fußstapfen'
A 2009-03-01: Hmm. I'd pronounce his name to rhyme with 'Loch' (but that might be a tad ...
A 2009-01-01: no, not freezing at all, although twas a tad chilly today
A 2008-12-19: I probably have an unfair advantage living a tad closer to AUS :-)
A 2006-07-05: a tad / dash / (little) bit / touch of luck <---
A 2006-05-03: @ Proteus - now wasn't that a tad pointless??
Q 2006-04-15: TAW - TAD - LDX

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