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English German
veggy {adj} [coll.] [mostly attr.] [vegetarian]
305
vegetarisch
usually {adv} [mostly]
261
meistens
crooked {adj} [mostly trees]
35
verwachsen
hoydenish {adj} [mostly dated for: boisterous]
11
ungestüm
remote {adj} [mostly via video] [e.g. classes, meeting]
10
kontaktfrei [meist per Video] [z. B. Unterricht, Konferenz]
snowcapped {adj} [mostly attr.]
8
schneebedeckt [Bergspitze]
cosmet. oenol. citrus {adj} [mostly attr.]citrisch
relig. spec. impetratory {adj} [mostly obs., except theology]impetratorisch
ope {adj} [archaic or literary] [mostly pred.] [open]offen
quizzacious {adj} [mostly obs.]höhnisch
quizzacious {adj} [mostly obs.]mokant [geh.]
quizzacious {adj} [mostly obs.]spöttisch
quizzaciously {adv} [mostly obs.]höhnisch
quizzaciously {adv} [mostly obs.]mokant [geh.]
quizzaciously {adv} [mostly obs.]spöttisch
FoodInd. gastr. vanilla {adj} [mostly attr.] [vanilla-flavored]mit Vanillegeschmack [nachgestellt]
Verbs
to overstep sth. [mostly fig.] [limits etc.]
420
etw.Akk. überschreiten [Grenzen etc.]
to oppugn sth. [mostly archaic]
67
etw.Dat. widersprechen
to pepper sb./sth. [fig.] [shoot at, extensively, mostly with small caliber arms]
38
jdn./etw. beschießen
to instal sth. [spv.] [mostly Br.]
28
etw. anbringen
to press sth. [mostly weights, above one's head]
13
etw. hochstemmen
to oppugn sth. [mostly archaic]
11
etw. anfechten
to uglify sb./sth. [mostly humorous]jdn./etw. verhässlichen [selten]
Nouns
suds [mostly foam]
178
Schaum {m} [Seifenschaum, Waschlauge]
raving [mostly pl.]
75
Raserei {f}
squirter [coll.] [mostly vulg.] [woman who is gushing fluid during orgasm]
42
Spritzerin {f} [ugs.] [selten, wenn nicht vulg.] [noch seltener auch Abspritzerin]
math. addend [nowadays mostly: any of the summands]
32
Summand {m}
bibl. tare [usually plural] [mostly fig.]
24
Unkraut {n} [meist fig.]
furn. chiffarobe [mostly Southern USA]
22
Garderobenschrank {m} [m. Tür u. Schubladen]
legwork [mostly fig.]
17
Laufarbeit {f} [auch fig.]
furn. chifforobe [mostly Southern USA]
16
Garderobenschrank {m} [m. Tür u. Schubladen]
biol. predator [here: mostly eating from plants, less often killing animals]
8
Fraßfeind {m} [meist an Pflanzen fressend, seltener Tiere tötend]
skidmark [Br.] [coll.] [(mostly) hum.]
8
Bremsstreifen {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [Kotfleck in der Unterwäsche]
relig. churchyness [mostly pejorative]
6
Frömmelei {f} [pej.]
law agnate [mostly obs.] [male relative on the father's side]
5
Agnat {m} [männlicher Blutsverwandter der männlichen Linie]
mus. [abbreviation for so-called "Ernste Musik" (mostly classical music) in Germany]E-Musik {f} [kurz für: sogenannte "Ernste Musik" im deutschsprachigen Raum]
furn. chifferobe [mostly Southern USA]Garderobenschrank {m} [m. Tür u. Schubladen]
relig. Christophany [mostly capitalised]Christophanie {f}
fursuit [animal costume mostly worn by cosplayers]Fursuit {m} [meist von Cosplayern getragenes Tierkostüm]
hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia [mostly hum.] [fear of long words]Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobie {f} [meist hum.] [Angst vor langen Wörtern]
unit kantar [unit of weight] [mostly archaic]Kantar {m} {n} [Gewichtsmaß] [vornehmlich veraltet]
lit. kinslayer [rare, mostly in fantasy fiction]Mörder {m} eines Elternteils
lit. kinslayer [rare, mostly in fantasy fiction]Mörder {m} eines Verwandten
letter [mostly official]Schreibebrief {m} [veraltet bzw. regional, bes. berlinerisch]
pollard [layer of a grain beneath the bran, mostly used as animal feed]Schrot-Kleie-Mischung {f}
unit qantar [unit of weight] [mostly archaic]Qantar {m} [Gewichtsmaß im Mittelmeerraum] [vornehmlich veraltet]
recolonization [mostly Am.]Rekolonisierung {f}
shop [German term refers nowadays mostly to the toy version.]Kaufladen {m} [Wird heutzutage meist auf die Spielzeugausgabe bezogen.]
skerrick [coll.] [mostly Aus., NZ]Fitzelchen {n} [ugs.]
cloth. hist. tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men]Daphart {m} [Tappert]
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