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English-German translation for: [are]
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Dictionary English German: [are]

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English German
[we/they/you] may [are permitted]
[wir/sie/Sie] dürfen
[we/they/you] may [are permitted / can possibly]
[wir/sie/Sie] können
understandably {adv} [for reasons that are easy to understand or sympathise with]
[you] may [are permitted / can possibly]
[du] kannst
[you] may [are permitted]
[du] darfst
[you] may [are permitted / can possibly]
[ihr] könnt
[you] may [are permitted] [said to two or more people]
[ihr] dürft
understandably {adv} [for reasons that are easy to understand]
understandably {adv} [for reasons that are easy to understand]
[Bavarian for "We are who we are."]Mia san mia! / Mir san mir! [bayer.]
proverb [German pun, may be literally translated as: When flies fly behind flies, flies are flying after flies (to follow them).]Wenn hinter Fliegen Fliegen fliegen, fliegen Fliegen Fliegen nach.
quote [German quote from 1806 to the effect that peace and order are the citizen's first duty]Ruhe ist die erste Bürgerpflicht. [Redewendung]
[The days are getting longer again, spring is nearing.]Es geht nauswärts. [fränk.] [pfälz.] [regional]
[There are ... ]Es giebt ... [Rechtschreibung vor 1901] [Es gibt]
[we/they/you] aren't [are not][wir/sie/Sie] sind nicht
[Where are you from?] [usually pronounced "Where're you from?"]Wo kommste wech? [regional nordd.] [phonet. Dialektschreibung]
hers {pron} [e.g. the children are hers, his eyes met hers]die ihren {pl} [z. B. die Kinder von der Frau]
theirs {pron} [e.g. the children are theirs]die ihren {pl} [z. B. die Kinder von den Eltern]
Whatcha ... ? [coll.] [What do / are you ... ?]Was ... [machst / tust / liest usw.] du? [umgangssprachliche Frageform]
to clench sth. [the fingers / hands are clenching sth.]sich um etw.Akk. krampfen [Finger, Hände]
order [the way in which people or things are placed or arranged in relation to each other]
Reihenfolge {f}
gossip [involving details which are not confirmed as true]
Tratsch {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
bot. T
comm. dairy [shop where milk and milk products are sold]
Milchladen {m}
seam [place where two things are joined]
Nahtstelle {f}
junk {sg} [coll.] [old or discarded articles that are considered useless or of little value]
Klamotten {pl} [Kram, Plunder]
educ. ling. [language in which lessons are conducted]
Unterrichtssprache {f}
law [list of dog breeds that are considered to be dangerous]
Rasseliste {f}
[person on whom hopes are pinned]
Hoffnungsträger {m}
gastr. barroom [Am.] [room where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter; bar]
Schankstube {f} [Schankraum, Schenke]
hist. pol. [ceremony in which teenagers are given adult social status, esp. in the former GDR]
Jugendweihe {f}
mus. coin [corner on a stringed instrument where corner blocks are glued]
Ecke {f} [Position für Eckklötze eines Streichinstruments]
stocks [newspaper designated by a stock exchange, in which issuers of stocks are obliged to publish official notifications]
Pflichtblatt {n} [Börse]
law [room where court exhibits are kept]
Asservatenkammer {f}
law [room where court exhibits are kept]
Asservatenraum {m}
law [ban on the employment of teachers and civil servants who are considered to be radical]Radikalenerlass {m}
[cafe where coffee and pastries are consumed standing up]Stehcafé {n}
agr. [cf. Almabtrieb; joint herds from multiple farmers are sorted in the Viehscheid, and each cow is returned to its owner]Viehscheid {m} [Allgäu, Deutschland]
educ. [form of pedagogy in which complex subjects are not simplified to students' levels]Abbilddidaktik {f}
[little gifts, ladies are given at a ball]Damenspende {f}
[one who looks the other way rather than intervening when others are in trouble]Wegseher {m}
[plans which are not in accordance with the Principles of Regional Planning]raumordnungswidrige Planung {f}
med. naut. [port authority that ensures health regulations are met onboard vessels]Hafengesundheitsbehörde {f}
[reconstruction of a destroyed building when the original drawings are available]Leitbau {m}
games [Schafkopf / sheepshead variant in which only the jacks are trumps]Wenz {m} [Spielvariante beim Schafkopf]
[spring processions to the sound of cow bells and cracking whips when the cattle are driven up to the alpine pastures]Grasausläuten {n} [österr. Brauchtum zur Zeit des Viehauftriebs / Weidebeginns]
[Sunday before Advent on which the dead are commemorated]Ewigkeitssonntag {m}
[things that are appropriate, suitable, adequate, commensurate, apt, fair, etc.]Angemessenheiten {pl} [selten]
cloth. cutoffs {pl} [also: cut-offs] [one pair] [short pants/trousers that are made from long pants by cutting off the legs at the knees or higher](knielang) abgeschnittene Hose {f}
junk [coll.] [old or discarded articles that are considered useless or of little value]Krusch {m} [ugs.] [regional]
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