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EnglishGerman
fool [Am.] [rare] [foolish] doof [ugs.]
fool [Am.] [rare] [foolish] albern
fool [dessert]Fruchtcreme {f}
fool [esp. Br.] [dessert] Fruchtkrem {f} [südd. auch {m}] [Rsv.]
fool [esp. Br.] [dessert] Fruchtkreme {f} [alt] [Fruchtcreme]
fool [female]Närrin {f} [veraltend]
fool [female]Törin {f} [geh.] [veraltend]
fool [jester] Hofnarr {m}
fool / fool's literatureNarrenliteratur {f}
Fool <O> [also: Jester] [or lowercase: fool / jester] [Tarot card]Narr {m} <O> [Tarotkarte]
Fool for Love [play: Sam Shepard, film: Robert Altman] Liebestoll [Film auch engl. Titel]
fool in love verliebter Narr {m}
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me![Legst du mich rein, solltest du dich schämen. Legst du mich nochmal rein, sollte ich mich schämen!]
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!Wer zweimal auf den gleichen Trick hereinfällt, ist selber schuld!
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me! Hältst du mich einmal zum Narren, schäm dich. Hältst du mich noch mal zum Narren, sollte ich mich schämen.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me! Leg mich einmal rein - Schande über dich! Leg mich zweimal rein - Schande über mich!
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me! Leg mich einmal herein, Schande über dich. Leg mich zweimal herein, Schande über mich!
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me! [Oscar Wilde]Täuschst du mich einmal: Schäm dich. Tust du's zweimal, muss ich mich schämen.
fool quail [Cyrtonyx montezumae]Montezumawachtel {f}
fool quail [Cyrtonyx montezumae] Massenawachtel {f} [auch: Massena-Wachtel]
[fool]Thor {m} [Rechtschreibung vor 1901] [Tor]
fooled betrogen
fooled aboutgealbert
fooleries Dummheiten {pl}
foolery Dummheit {f}
foolery Albernheit {f}
foolery Torheit {f} [geh.]
foolery Alberei {f}
foolhardilytollkühn
foolhardinessTollkühnheit {f}
foolhardinessVermessenheit {f}
foolhardy tollkühn
foolhardytöricht
foolhardy vermessen [tollkühn]
foolhardy draufgängerisch
foolhardyverwegen
foolingtäuschend
foolingalbernes Benehmen {n}
fooling about albernd
fooling aroundKinkerlitzchen {pl} [ugs.] [Flausen]
fooling around Geblödel {n} [ugs.]
fooling around Herumgeblödel {n} [ugs.]
fooling around Herumblödeln {n} [ugs.]
foolish albern
foolishdumm
foolishnärrisch
foolish tollkühn
foolishtölpelhaft
foolishtöricht
foolish unklug
foolish dümmlich [beschränkt]
foolish hohlköpfig [ugs.]
foolishnarrisch [österr.] [bayer.]
foolishläppisch [pej.]
foolish blöd [ugs.]
foolishtölpisch [selten] [tölpelhaft]
foolish [silly] äffisch [fig.] [albern]
foolish acttörichte Tat {f}
foolish act Schildbürgerstreich {m}
foolish action törichtes Handeln {n}
foolish idea / ideas Pipifax {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
foolish mussel [Mytilus trossulus, syn.: M. edulis declivis, M. edulis normalis, M. ficus, M. glomeratus, M. pedroanus, M. septentrionalis] Pazifische Miesmuschel {f}
foolish persontörichte Person {f}
foolish thing [coll.]Dummheit {f}
Foolish Wives [Erich von Stroheim]Törichte Frauen
foolish woman Törin {f} [geh.] [veraltend]
foolish women Törinnen {pl}
foolishly albern
foolishlytörichterweise
foolishlydummerweise [aus Dummheit]
foolishly läppisch [pej.] [sich verhalten]
foolishly im Unverstand [törichterweise]
foolishlyaus Unverstand [törichterweise]
foolishlytölpelhaft
foolishly thoughtlessleichtsinnig
foolishness Torheit {f} [geh.]
foolishnessDummheit {f}
foolishness törichtes Benehmen {n}
foolishness Tölpelhaftigkeit {f}
foolishness Narrentum {n} [selten]
foolishness {sg}Narrheiten {pl} [kollektiv]
foolometer [hum.] [rare] Dummheitsmesser {m} [hum.]
foolosopherFeierabendphilosoph {m}
foolproof kinderleicht
fool-proof idiotensicher [ugs.]
fool-proof narrensicher [ugs.]
foolproof narrensicher [ugs.]
foolproof idiotensicher [ugs.]
foolproofabsolut sicher
fool-proof kinderleicht
foolproofüberlistsicher [ugs. für: todsicher]
fools Dummköpfe {pl}
foolsNarren {pl} [veraltend]
fools Toren {pl} [geh.] [veraltend]
fools / fool's capsnail [Capulus ungaricus, syn.: Amalthea maxima, Patella militaris, P. ungarica, Protomedea ornata] Ungarnkappe {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
fools cage Narrenkäfig {m}
fool's cap Gugel {f} [Narrenkappe]
fool's cap paper [rare] Kanzleipapier {n}
fool's cicely [Aethusa cynapium] Hundspetersilie {f}
fool's cicely [Aethusa cynapium] Gemeine Hundspetersilie {f}
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