EUdict :: German-English dictionary

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afro-amerikanischer Mannsoul brother
an den Mann bringenget rid of ..., to get rid of ...
bis auf den letzten Mannto a man
blöder Hunddumb-ass
Das will ein Mann sein?Do you call that a man?
den Hund einschläfern (töten)to put the dog down
der Hund wedelte mit dem Schwanzthe dog wagged its tail
der Mann auf der Straßethe man in the street
der Schwarze Mannbogeyman
ein amischer Mannan Amish man
ein erfahrener Mannan old hand
ein genialer Manna man of genius
ein Kampf Mann gegen Mannhand-to-hand fight
ein klagender Manna lamenting man
ein Manna promise is a promise
ein Mann von Ihrer Statura man of your inches
Ein Mann, ein Wort!A promise is a promise!
ein sehr belesener Manna man of vast reading
Ein toter Hund beißt nicht.Dead men tell no tales.
eitler Manndandy
freier Mannfreeman, freemen
Für diesen Mann lege ich die Hand ins Feuer.I put my shirt on that man.
Galan (m.) (galanter Mann)gallant
Hunddog, hound
Hund (der)dog, canine, carnivorous animal from the family Canidae (esp. the domesticated variety commonly kept as a pet)
junger Hundpup
knurriger Hundgrowler
Mannfellow, husband, man
Mann in Frauenkleiderndrag queen
Spitz (Hund)Pomeranian
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