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English-German translation for: that takes the cake
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That takes the cake! [Am.] [idiom]Das ist das Hinterletzte! [ugs.]
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That takes the biscuit! [idiom]Das ist doch das Allerletzte! [Redewendung]
That verb takes the subjunctive.Nach diesem Verb steht der Konjunktiv.
That takes the biscuit! [coll.] [Br.] [idiom]Das ist (doch) die Krönung! [ugs.] [Redewendung]
That takes the biscuit! [coll.] [Br.] [idiom]Das setzt doch allem / etw.Dat. die Krone auf! [ugs.] [Redewendung]
That (really) takes the biscuit! [Br.] [idiom]Das schlägt dem Fass den Boden aus! [fig.] [Redewendung]
That just takes the biscuit! [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]Das ist (doch) der Gipfel! [Redewendung]
automot. car that takes sixAuto {n} für sechs Personen
idiom That takes care of it!Das wär abgehakt! [fig.]
That takes just as long.Das dauert genauso lange.
company that takes on traineesAusbildungsbetrieb {m}
idiom It takes two to do that.Dazu gehören immer noch zwei.
It takes something to do that! [idiom]Dazu gehört schon einiges! [Redewendung]
idiom That takes one's mind off things.Das lenkt ab.
a moment that takes your breath awayein atemberaubender Moment {m}
idiom That really takes it out of you. [coll.]Das schlaucht echt! [ugs.]
That really takes it out of you. [idiom]Das geht an die Substanz. [Redewendung]
That takes a load off my mind. [idiom]Da fällt mir (aber) ein Stein vom Herzen. [Redewendung]
That's a piece of cake!Das ist einfach!
That's a piece of cake. [coll.] [idiom]Das ist doch eine Kleinigkeit. [Redewendung]
That's no piece of cake. [coll.] [idiom]Das ist kein Honiglecken. [ugs.] [Redewendung]
sb. takes the moneyjd. kassiert
sb. takes the responsibilityjd. verantwortet
The assessment takes time.Die Begutachtung erfordert Muße.
as the whim takes me {adv}ganz nach Lust und Laune [Redewendung] [Subjekt der Handlung: ich; in Bezug auf die Gegenwart oder Zukunft]
proverb The devil takes the hindmost.Den Letzten beißen die Hunde.
The journey takes three days.Die Fahrt dauert drei Tage.
Unverified as / when the mood takes someone {adv}je nach Gemütslage
idiom The devil takes the hindmost. [fig.]Den Letzten holt der Teufel. [fig.]
lit. F The Little Vampire Takes a TripDer kleine Vampir verreist [Angela Sommer-Bodenburg]
The matter takes on a different complexion. [fig.]Die Sache bekommt ein anderes Gesicht. [Redewendung]
He takes the line of (the) least resistance. [idiom]Er schlägt den Weg des geringsten Widerstands ein. [Idiom]
film F Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan [Rob Hedden]Freitag der 13. Teil VIIITodesfalle Manhattan
proverb He who takes up the sword, shall die by the sword.Wer das Schwert nimmt, soll durch das Schwert umkommen.
gastr. to cut the cakeden Kuchen anschneiden
gastr. to cut the cakeden Kuchen schneiden
And that's the end of that! [idiom]Schluss, aus, Punktum! [geh.] [veraltet] [Redewendung]
TrVocab. That's the most beautiful thing that I've ever seen.Das ist das Schönste, was ich je gesehen habe.
If ..., that's the end of that.Wenn ..., dann ist (damit) Feierabend. [ugs.] [fig.]
idiom to take the cake [Am.]den Preis davontragen
gastr. piece of the cakeStück {n} vom Kuchen
gastr. slice of the cakeStück {n} Kuchen
idiom That's the end of that!Damit hat es sich!
gastr. Unverified Colin the Caterpillar (cake) [Br.][schokolierte Biskuitrolle mit Cremefüllung]
idiom slice of the cake [fig.]Scheibe {f} vom Kuchen
gastr. a share of the cakeein Stückchen {n} vom Kuchen
lit. F The Lemon Cake [Judith Stafford]Süße Versuchung
to take the cake [Am.] [coll.] [idiom]den Vogel abschießen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
gastr. slice of the cake [also fig.]Stückchen {n} vom Kuchen [auch fig.]
the icing on the cake [fig.]das i-Tüpfelchen {n} [fig.]
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