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    LANGENSCHEIDT S

    German

    English

    English

    German

    DICTIONARY

    Entirely

    new

    and

    up-to-date.

    Full

    pronunciation

    in

    both

    lan-

    guages.

    Unique

    feature:

    Over

    1

    5,000

    German

    nouns

    and

    verbs

    with

    information

    on

    declension

    and

    conjugation.

    An indis-

    pensable

    aid

    for

    students, teachers,

    home

    and

    office

    libraries.

    LANGENSCHEIDTS

    Btglfsches

    Englisch

    Deutsches

    WRTERBUCH

    ri

    WASHINGTON

    SQUARE PRESS

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    Band

    i

    t

    5

    1

    -

    Bauart

    t

    a

    me

    ; break in {ho

    rse

    ); s

    u

    bdue (

    a

    .

    ig-) ig -

    r

    est

    r

    ain - maste

    r

    .

    Band

    i

    t [

    b

    an

    '

    dkt ] m

    (

    -en/-en)

    b

    a

    n

    d

    i

    t-

    B

    a

    n

    d .

    mai n

    tape

    m

    ea

    s

    ure;

    ' s

    age

    /

    b

    a

    n

    d

    -

    saw ; ' . schei

    b

    e an

    at

    . f

    inter

    v

    erteb ral disc ; ' w

    u

    rm

    z

    o.

    m

    t

    a

    pe

    worm .

    b

    a

    n

    g

    a

    dj

    .

    [

    ba

    r

    )],

    e

    a

    d

    j

    . [' a]

    a

    n

    x

    i

    ou

    s

    (um a

    b

    o

    ut

    ), unea

    s

    y (ab

    ou

    t),

    con

    -

    cerne

    d

    (for) ; m/r

    j

    st I am a

    fr

    a

    i

    d

    (v

    o

    r

    da

    t.

    of

    )

    ; /

    -m

    bangs

    m

    a

    c

    he

    n

    f

    igh

    te

    n o

    r

    s

    c

    ar

    e

    s.o.; 'en o

    /

    i.

    (

    gt

    -

    , h) be an

    x

    ious or

    w

    o

    rr

    i

    e

    d

    (

    u

    m

    a

    b

    ou t

    )

    .

    B

    ank [b

    a

    qk ]

    /

    1

    . (-/=

    e

    ) b

    e

    nch

    ;

    school:

    d

    es

    k

    ; F dur

    c

    h di

    e

    w

    i

    t

    h

    out

    e

    xception, all th

    r

    o

    u

    gh ; au

    f

    d

    i

    e

    l

    a

    n

    ge

    sc

    h

    ieben put

    o

    ff,

    p

    o

    stp

    o

    n

    e

    ;

    s

    he

    l

    ve;

    2. (-/-

    en

    )

    ban

    k

    ;

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    eld auf

    der

    m

    o

    n

    e

    y

    in

    the

    ban

    k

    ;

    ' anwei-

    sung / che

    q

    ue

    .

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    ch

    e

    c

    k ;

    a

    u

    s-

    w

    e

    i

    s

    m ban

    k

    r

    e

    t

    u

    r

    n

    o

    r

    s

    t

    a

    t

    e

    m

    e

    n

    t

    ;

    be

    a

    m

    te m b

    a

    nk cl

    erk or

    o

    f

    f ic

    ia

    l;

    ein

    la

    g

    e / de

    posit,

    B

    a

    n

    kett

    [

    b

    aq '

    k

    et

    ] n

    (

    -[

    e]5/

    -

    e

    ) b

    a

    n

    -

    qu

    e

    t

    .

    B

    an

    k l

    g

    eh

    e

    imnis n ba

    n

    ker

    '

    s dut

    y

    o

    f

    s

    e

    cr

    e

    c

    y

    ;

    gesch

    a

    f

    t

    T n bank

    (

    -

    i

    n

    g)

    tr

    a

    ns

    a

    c

    t

    i

    o

    n

    ,

    ba

    nk

    in

    g o

    per

    a

    -

    tio

    n ;

    '

    h

    au

    s

    n ba

    n

    k

    (

    ing

    -

    hous

    e).

    Bank

    i

    er

    [

    b

    a

    q

    k '

    je

    :

    ]

    m (-s/-s)

    b

    anker.

    B

    an

    k

    .

    k

    on

    t

    o

    n

    b

    a

    n

    k(i

    ng)

    a

    c

    oun

    t

    ;

    -

    n

    ote / (b

    ank

    ) note. Am

    .

    (ba

    n

    k)

    b

    i

    lL

    b

    an

    k

    r

    o

    t

    t [bag 'kro

    t

    ] 1

    .

    a

    d

    j. b

    a

    nk

    -

    r

    up

    t ;

    2

    . 2 m (

    -

    [

    e

    ]

    s

    /

    -e)

    b

    a

    n

    kr

    up

    tcy,

    i

    n

    s

    o

    l

    ve

    n

    cy

    , f

    a

    il

    u

    r

    e

    ;

    ma

    c

    h

    e

    n

    f

    a

    i

    l

    ,

    g

    o or become ban

    k

    rupt

    .

    Ba

    n

    k

    w

    e

    sen n

    b

    anki

    n

    g.

    B

    ann [ba

    n

    ]

    m

    (

    -[e]

    s

    /-e

    ) b

    an

    ; i

    g

    .

    spell;

    ec

    cl. excommu

    n

    i

    c

    ation ; '2e

    n

    v

    /t

    . (ge-, h) banish (a . ig.); exorcize

    (devil

    )

    ) a

    v

    ert (

    da

    ng

    e

    r

    )

    ; eccl. e

    x

    -

    c

    om

    m

    unicate; spe

    l

    l

    bi

    nd.

    B

    a

    nn

    e

    r

    [

    '

    b

    anarj n (-s/-) b

    an

    n

    e

    r (a.

    ig.);

    s

    t

    a

    nda

    r

    d; ' t

    r

    ager

    m

    st

    a

    nd-

    ard-bea

    re

    r

    .

    B

    a

    n

    n j

    flu

    ch m anat

    h

    e

    m

    a

    ;

    '

    .j

    ne

    i

    le

    /

    precincts pL ; rh area a

    r

    o

    und

    gover

    n

    m

    en

    t

    bu

    i

    ldings a ith

    i

    n tahich

    p

    r

    o

    ce

    ss

    io

    n

    s and meeting

    s

    are pr

    oh

    ib-

    i

    t

    e

    d

    .

    bar1 [bcur]

    1

    . adj.

    :

    e-r S

    a

    ch

    e

    desitute

    o

    r d

    e

    v

    o

    id of s.th.

    ;

    es

    Ge/d rea

    d

    y

    m

    one

    y

    ,

    c

    a

    s

    h ; er U

    n

    sinn

    sheer nonsense; 2. ad

    v

    .: be

    z

    ah len

    pav i

    n

    c

    a

    s

    h

    ,

    p

    ay mo

    n

    ey down .

    Bar2 U

    ]

    /

    (-/-

    s

    ) bar

    ;

    n

    i

    g

    ht-cl

    u

    b

    .

    Ba

    r

    [

    b

    e

    r

    r] m

    (

    -en/-en) b

    e

    ar;

    j

    -

    m

    e

    -n

    en aufbinden hoax s.o

    .

    B

    ara

    cke [

    ba

    'ra

    ka]

    / (-/-n)

    ba

    rr

    a

    ck ;

    n

    l

    ager

    n

    hutment.

    Ba

    r

    bar [bar

    '

    borrj m

    (

    -en/-en) bar-

    b

    a

    r

    ian ;

    ~e

    i [ a

    '

    rai]

    /

    (

    -

    /-

    e

    n) b

    ar

    -

    b

    ari

    s

    m ;

    b

    ar

    b

    ar

    it

    y

    ; 2i

    sc

    h [ 'b

    c

    uij]

    a

    dj. b

    a

    rb

    a

    rian ; barbaro

    u

    s;

    a

    rt ,

    tas

    t

    e

    :

    barbari

    c

    .

    B

    a

    rjbes

    t

    an

    d

    m cas

    h

    i

    n h

    and; '~be-

    t

    r

    a

    g

    m am

    ou

    n

    t

    i

    n

    cash .

    Baren

    zw

    inge

    r m

    bea

    r-

    p

    i

    t

    .

    b

    a

    r

    fui

    a

    dj

    .

    a

    nd a

    d

    v.

    [

    'b

    a

    rr-

    J,

    ii

    Cig

    adj. and adv . [

    .

    Jy

    .s

    i

    g] baref

    oot.

    barg [bar

    k

    ] pret

    . o

    f be

    r

    gen

    .

    B

    a

    rj

    geld

    n cas

    h

    ,

    ready money ;

    Sg

    el

    d

    lo

    s ad

    j

    .

    c

    ashless; ~

    er

    Z

    a

    h

    -

    l

    u

    n

    g

    sverke

    h

    r cas

    h

    les

    s

    m

    o

    ney

    t

    rans-

    f

    e

    r

    s

    p

    i

    .

    ;

    S

    h

    a

    u

    p

    t

    i

    g

    a

    d

    j

    .

    a

    n

    d a

    d

    v

    .

    C

    h

    DTpt

    i

    i

    ;

    ] bare

    -

    h

    ead

    ed, un

    c

    ov

    er

    e

    d .

    B

    ar

    i

    ton S

    [ 'b

    oirit

    D

    n]

    m

    (

    -

    s

    /

    -e

    )

    b

    ari

    tone

    . [

    lau

    n

    ch

    .

    Barkasse &

    [

    b

    a

    r 'k

    a

    sa] /

    (

    -/-n)/

    bar

    mh

    e

    r

    zi

    g

    adj. [

    ba

    rm 'h

    e

    rts

    i

    ?

    ]

    m

    ercifu

    l

    , cha

    ri

    table; der Sa

    m

    o-

    r/ter t

    h

    e

    g

    o

    o

    d

    Sam

    a

    ri

    t

    a

    n

    ;

    2e

    Sc

    /iw

    est

    e

    r

    S

    i

    s

    t

    e

    r o

    f M e

    rc

    y

    o

    r

    Ch

    a

    i

    -

    ty ;

    k

    e

    i

    t

    /

    (-/-en

    ) m

    er

    c

    y,

    c

    ha

    rit

    y

    .

    B

    arometer [baro'-J n barometer .

    Bar

    on

    [b

    a

    'r

    oin]

    m

    (-s

    /-e) b

    aro

    n

    ; -

    on

    / (-/-nen) barone

    s

    s

    .

    Barre [ 'b

    a

    r

    e

    ]

    /

    (

    -

    /-

    n

    ) bar .

    B

    a

    r

    r

    e

    n

    f

    '

    b

    a

    e

    n] m

    (

    -

    s

    /

    -

    )

    m

    e

    ta

    l

    L

    ba

    r

    ,

    i

    n

    got,

    b

    ull ion ; gymnastics: p

    a

    ral

    l

    el

    bar

    s

    pL

    B

    a

    r

    riere [

    b

    ar 'js

    r

    e] /

    (

    -

    /-n

    ) b

    a

    r r

    ier.

    Barrikad e [ba

    i'

    k

    otda] / (

    -

    /-n)

    bar ic

    a

    de

    ; n e

    rr /chte

    n

    r

    ais

    e b

    ar

    i

    -

    ca

    de

    s

    .

    barsch

    a

    dj

    . [b

    ar

    /

    ]

    rude

    ,

    g

    r

    u

    f

    f

    ,

    r

    o

    ug

    lu

    Ba

    rlsch

    a

    f

    t

    / (-

    /

    -

    en

    )

    r

    e

    ad

    y

    mon

    e

    y,

    cash ;

    scheck

    m

    open ch

    e

    que,

    A

    m.

    op

    en che

    c

    k.

    b

    a

    r

    s

    t

    [b

    arst

    ] p

    r

    e

    t

    . o

    f

    ber

    s

    ten.

    Ba

    rt [b

    a

    :rt

    ]

    m (-

    [

    ejs/ ) beard

    ; bit

    (

    t

    >

    /

    ke

    y

    )

    ;

    s

    i

    c

    h e

    -n

    wachs

    en

    lass

    en

    g

    ro

    w a b

    ear

    d

    .

    b

    a

    r

    t

    ig

    ad

    j

    .

    [

    '

    b

    e

    .

    r

    t

    ig

    ]

    b

    e

    a

    r

    d

    e

    d

    .

    ba

    rtl

    o

    s adj.

    b

    e

    ardl

    e

    ss.

    B

    ar

    z

    a

    h

    lu

    n

    g

    /

    c

    a

    sh p

    a

    y

    me

    nt; nur

    gegen

    T t

    e

    r

    ms st

    i

    ctly cash.

    B

    a

    si

    s

    [ '

    Ixn

    zis

    ]

    / (

    -/5as

    e

    n

    ) b

    a

    s

    e;

    i

    g

    .

    ba

    s is .

    B

    a

    i

    J

    [bas] m (Ba

    s

    ses/

    B

    ds

    s

    e) b

    a

    ss;

    ge

    ige

    / ba

    s

    s-viol .

    Bassis

    t

    [ba

    '

    sist

    ]

    m (-en/-e

    n

    )

    b

    ass

    (singe

    r

    )

    .

    B

    as

    t [

    ba

    st] m (-

    es

    /-e)

    ba

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    (on ant lers

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    .

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    m (-[e]s/-

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    reed ; zo

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    (g

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    f bit

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    battery .

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    m

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    b

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    onstruct

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    (-[e]s/-ten) building, edifice;

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    .

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    4

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    B

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    -

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    for s.o.;

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    answer for

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    s

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    n sw er for s.th

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    townsman

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    biirgerlich ad

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    . civic, ci

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    loss of

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    m-

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    any

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    omaster

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    ens

    hip ;

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    n

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    cit

    i

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    wa

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    ecur

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    l

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    ran

    tee

    .

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    i

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    s

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    -s) office; an-

    ge

    s

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    (-n

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    -

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    cl

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    ork

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    clip

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    her m head o

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    senior cler

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    ) b

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    outh

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    egg.

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    e

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    e

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    g

    e-, t)

    br

    u

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    .

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    h [bu/] m (-es

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    =e) bu

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    h ,

    shrub

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    is

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    el

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    by

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    n (

    -

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    -) bunc

    h

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    tuft,

    h

    an

    d

    fu

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    (o

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    straw or hair

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    h lhol

    z

    n b

    r

    ushwood, u

    n

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    -

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    hai

    ry

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    ebrows, et

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    a

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    v

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    bushes

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    ,

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    p . of

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    . f 'busart] m (-[e]s/-e)

    bu

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    e

    ['b

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    n

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    f

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    )

    repentance, contrition; 'Stag

    m

    day

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    ; B

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    ha

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    (

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    .

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    papier

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    d-

    mad

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    paper .

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    'b

    utar

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    j

    n

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    .)

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    utt

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    fur e;

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    fo

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    a son

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    ; '

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    ;

    ~

    m il

    c

    h/butt

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    l

    k ; 'Sn

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    ,

    h

    ) churn .

    Caf

    6 [

    ka'f

    e:

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    n (

    -s/

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    ) caf

    e,

    c

    of

    f

    ee-

    hou

    se

    .

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    p

    e [

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    :p

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    n

    (

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    c

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    e

    ll list / [tje'

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    v

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    (

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    v

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    5

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    e degree

    s cent

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    ade.

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    elo

    ngue

    [

    jz(

    3

    )

    'lo:]/(

    -/ -n

    ,

    -s)

    chaise longue, lounge, couch .

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    j

    ar]

    m

    (-s/-)

    champag

    ne

    .

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    g

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    n [

    '

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    (

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    s/-

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    )

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    :s(

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    n) cha

    nc

    e;

    k

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    in

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    habe

    n n

    ot t

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    gle

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    h

    the chances

    or

    odds

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    e

    even.

    Ch

    a

    os

    [

    'ka

    r

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    n

    (-/no pi

    .

    )

    chao

    s

    .

    Ch

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    '

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    -s/-e

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    ; d

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    rac

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    feh ler m f

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    u

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    h

    a

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    fest

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    of fi

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    concerning

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    haract

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    less

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    ro

    l

    le thea

    .

    f c

    h

    a

    r

    ac

    t

    er

    r

    ol

    e

    ; ~zu

    g

    m cha

    r

    acte ri

    st

    i

    c,

    fea

    t

    u

    r

    e, t

    ra

    it .

    c

    h

    a

    r

    m

    j

    a

    n

    t

    ad

    j

    .

    [

    J

    a

    r

    '

    m

    a

    n

    t

    ]

    c

    h

    a

    r

    m

    -

    ing, wi

    nni

    ng; S

    e

    Lfa

    r

    m] m (sin

    o

    p

    i

    .) ch

    a

    r

    m jg

    r

    ace

    .

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    Chas

    sis

    74

    -

    Dac

    hant

    e

    n

    ne

    Ch

    a

    ss

    i

    s [

    Ja

    's

    i:

    ]

    n (-

    /-)

    m

    ot., r

    adi

    o:

    fr

    am e

    , c

    h

    a

    ssis.

    C

    ha

    u

    ffeu

    r [

    J

    o'fo

    ir] m (-

    s/-e)

    c

    hauf

    -

    feur , dri

    v

    er .

    C

    hau

    ssee [J

    o

    's

    e:

    ]

    /

    (

    -/

    -n) h

    ig

    hw

    a

    y

    ,

    (high) ro

    a

    d .

    Cha

    u

    v

    i

    n

    i

    s

    m

    u

    s [J

    ov

    i'nis

    m

    us] m (

    -

    /

    n

    o

    p

    i

    .

    )

    ji

    n

    g

    o

    i

    s

    m

    ;

    c

    h

    au

    v

    i

    n

    is

    m

    .

    C

    hef [Jet

    ] m

    (-s/

    -s

    ) h

    ea

    d, chi

    ef

    ; -f

    princ

    i

    pal

    ,

    F bo

    ss; s

    en

    i

    or p

    ar

    tn

    e

    r.

    Ch

    em jie [ge

    '

    m

    i:] /

    (

    -/wo

    pi

    .

    )

    ch

    e

    m-

    i

    str

    y ;

    ~i

    e

    fase

    r

    /

    c

    hemica

    l f

    ib

    |

    re

    ,

    A

    m

    .

    -e

    r;

    ik

    a

    li

    e

    n

    [u'k

    a

    ilja

    n

    ]

    f

    lpl.

    che

    mi

    c

    a

    l

    s p

    h

    ; -.

    ik

    e

    r [

    ge

    i

    mi

    k

    ar] m

    (sj-

    ) (a

    na

    ly

    t

    i

    c

    al)

    ch

    e

    m

    is

    t

    ; 2

    is

    c

    h

    adj .

    [

    (

    je

    r

    mi

    j

    ] c

    he

    mic

    a

    l .

    C

    h

    i

    ffr

    |

    e

    [

    '

    Jiwrl /

    (

    -/-n

    )

    num

    b

    e

    r

    ;

    cip

    he

    r

    ; i

    n a

    dve

    r

    t

    i

    sement:

    bo

    x n

    u

    m-

    b

    e

    r

    ; 2ier

    e

    n

    [J

    i

    '

    fri

    r

    ran]

    v

    jt

    .

    (no -

    g

    e-,

    b) c

    i

    phe

    r,

    code (message

    ,

    etc

    .

    ) ;

    w

    r

    i

    te

    i

    n

    c

    o

    d

    ; or

    ci

    pher

    .

    Chi

    n

    esle

    [

    gi

    '

    n

    e

    iza] m (-n

    /

    -

    n

    )

    C

    hi-

    n

    e

    s

    e,

    c

    o

    nt

    p

    .

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    i

    n

    am

    a

    n

    ; S

    i

    s

    c

    h

    a

    d

    j

    .

    Ch in ese .

    Chini

    n

    [?i'n

    i

    :

    n

    ]

    n

    (-s/n

    o

    p

    i

    .)

    q

    u

    i

    ni

    n

    e

    .

    C

    hirurg [gi

    '

    r

    u

    rk] m (-en/-en ) s

    u

    r-

    g

    e

    o

    n ; Ue U

    g

    i

    :

    ]

    /

    (-l-n) s

    u

    rgery ;

    S

    is

    c

    h

    adi

    .

    [ gij

    ]

    s

    u

    rgica

    l

    .

    C

    hl

    o

    r J, [kl

    o:r] (

    s/

    n

    o pi

    .

    ) chlo

    -

    rine ;

    S

    en

    v

    lt

    .

    (g

    e-,

    h

    )

    chlo

    ri

    n

    a

    te

    (wa

    te

    r

    )

    ; '

    k

    alk m

    chl

    o

    ri

    d

    e

    o

    f

    lim e .

    Chlo

    r

    ofo

    r

    m [kloro'form] n

    (

    -/no

    p

    i

    .

    ) chloro

    f

    orm

    ;

    S

    i

    e

    r

    e

    n

    #

    [

    J

    mi

    :-

    r

    a

    n

    ] v

    /t

    .

    (no

    -

    g

    e

    -, h) chlorofo

    r

    m

    .

    C

    h

    o

    l

    e

    r

    a

    #

    [

    '

    k

    o

    i

    b

    r

    a]

    /

    (

    -I

    no

    p

    i

    .)

    c

    hole

    r

    a.

    cho

    l

    erisc

    h

    adj

    .

    [ko

    le:

    r

    iJ]

    cho

    le

    r

    ic

    ,

    ir

    asc

    ib

    l

    e .

    Cho

    r

    [ko:r] m

    1

    . A

    a

    . n (

    -

    [e]

    s

    /-e, -e)

    ch

    a

    nc

    el,

    choi

    r;

    (organ-)

    l

    oft

    ;

    2

    .

    (-[

    e

    ]s/-

    e)

    i

    n

    d

    r

    a

    m

    a

    :

    choru

    s;

    s

    i

    n

    g-

    ers: c

    ho

    ir

    c

    h

    o

    rus

    ; pi

    e

    c

    e

    o

    f mus

    i

    c

    :

    c

    h

    or

    u

    s; ~al [k

    o

    r

    a

    :] m (-s/

    -

    e

    ) ch

    o-

    ra

    l(e

    )

    ; h

    y

    mn ; '

    g

    e

    s

    ang

    m ch

    or

    a

    l

    s

    ing

    i

    ng, cho

    r

    us

    ;

    L

    s

    a

    n

    ge

    r m

    m

    e

    m-

    b

    e

    r o i a ch

    o

    i

    r

    ; ch

    o

    ri

    s

    t

    e

    r.

    C

    h

    rist

    [ki

    s

    t

    l m (-

    e

    nj

    -en

    )

    Chr

    i

    stian;

    baum m Ch istmas-

    t

    ree;

    ' e

    n-

    h

    ei

    t/

    (-In

    o

    o/.) : di

    e C

    hristen

    d

    om ;

    en

    tum n (

    s/

    n .

    /.

    ) Christ

    i

    anity ;

    k

    i

    n

    d

    n

    (-

    [

    e

    ]

    s

    /

    wo

    p

    i

    .

    )

    Ch

    r

    i

    s

    t

    -

    c

    h

    i

    l

    d

    ,

    Inf

    a

    nt

    Je

    su

    s;

    '

    S

    li

    cc

    adj

    . C

    h

    r

    i

    stia

    n

    .

    Chrom [k o:m] n (slno pi.) meta

    l

    :

    c

    h

    r

    omi

    u

    m

    ;

    pi

    gm

    ent

    :

    c

    hr

    o

    me

    .

    chr

    o

    m

    a

    t

    iucn J

    , o

    p

    t

    . ad

    j

    . [

    kr

    o'

    m

    a:-

    tij

    ] c

    h ro

    mat

    ic.

    Chroni

    k

    [ '

    k

    r

    oinik

    ] /

    (

    -/-en) chro

    n

    -

    i

    c

    le.

    ch

    r

    o

    n

    i

    sch adj.

    [

    'kroini

    j

    ] disease

    :

    chro

    n

    ic (

    a

    . jig.

    )

    .

    C

    h

    r

    on

    i

    s

    t [

    kr

    o'n

    ist

    ]

    m

    (

    -en/-en

    )

    c

    h

    r

    on

    ic

    l

    e

    i

    .

    c

    hronolog

    i

    sch

    a

    dj

    .

    [kr

    o

    no'

    loi

    gij]

    c

    hr

    o

    n

    o

    logi

    c

    al.

    c

    i

    r

    ca a

    d

    v.

    [

    '

    t

    s

    irk

    a] a

    bo

    ut,

    approx

    i-

    ma

    t

    e

    l

    y

    .

    Cl

    i

    q

    u

    e

    [

    '

    klik

    a]

    / (

    -

    /

    -

    n

    )

    c

    l

    iq

    u

    e

    ,

    s

    e

    t

    ,

    g

    r

    ou

    p

    ,

    c

    o

    t

    e

    r

    ie; Ln

    w

    ir

    tsch

    a

    ft /

    (-In

    o

    pi

    .

    )

    c

    l

    i

    q

    ui

    s

    m

    .

    Co

    nferenc

    i

    e

    r

    [kof

    er

    a'

    s

    je:]

    m

    (

    -s/-

    s

    )

    c

    ompe

    r

    e

    ,

    Am. ma

    s

    ter o

    f

    c

    e

    r

    e

    m

    o-

    ni

    es

    .

    Cou

    c

    h ikautj] / (-/-es) couch

    .

    Co

    up6

    [ku

    'p

    e:] n (s/s)

    m

    o

    t

    .

    c

    oup6;

    S co

    m

    partment.

    C

    o

    up

    l

    et [ku'

    p

    le:

    ] n

    (

    -s

    /

    -s

    )

    c

    omic

    o

    r

    mus

    i

    c

    -

    ha

    l

    l

    s

    ong.

    C

    oupon [

    k

    u'po:

    ] m

    (

    -

    s/

    -

    s) coupon

    ;

    di

    v

    idend-war

    r

    ant;

    c

    ounte

    r

    fo

    i

    l.

    C

    o

    u

    r

    t

    a

    g

    e

    t

    [

    k

    ur

    '

    t

    a

    a

    ]

    /

    (

    -

    /

    -

    n

    )

    b

    r

    o

    ke

    r

    age

    .

    C

    o

    us

    in [

    ku

    '

    z

    S]

    m (-s/

    -

    s

    ),

    [U

    m

    s]/

    (-

    l-n

    )

    c

    ou

    si

    n

    .

    C

    rem

    e [

    k

    r

    e:m, kre:m]

    / (-

    /-

    s

    ) c

    re

    am

    (

    a.

    i

    g

    .

    : on

    l

    y

    sg

    .) .

    Cu t [ko

    e

    t

    ,

    kat] m (s/

    s

    )

    ,

    ~

    a

    w

    a

    y

    [

    'k

    oetav

    e:

    ,

    katave:]

    m

    (

    s/s)

    c

    ut-

    away (coat), morning coat.

    d

    a [da

    :

    ]

    1.

    ad

    v

    . space:

    th

    ere; w

    o

    where; fi/er und

    ~

    here and there;

    bin i

    c

    h

    he

    r

    e I a

    m

    ; ~ haben

    w ir

    '

    s

    there

    w

    e

    are; von an from there;

    t

    i

    m

    e

    : ~

    er

    s

    t onl

    y t

    h

    en

    ,

    n

    o

    t t

    ill

    t

    h

    en

    ;

    von

    ~

    an fro

    m

    that time (on

    )

    , since

    then ; hier und ~ now and then

    o

    r

    a

    ga

    in ; 2. c

    j.

    t

    i

    me

    : a

    s

    , w

    h

    e

    n

    ,

    whi

    le;

    nun

    ,

    ~ d

    u

    es e

    i

    n

    m

    a

    l

    g

    e

    sag

    t

    has

    t

    n

    ow

    (

    t

    hat

    )

    y

    o

    u h

    av

    e

    m

    en

    tio

    n

    e

    d

    i

    t;

    causal

    : a

    s

    ,

    si

    n

    c

    e,

    b

    e

    cause

    ;

    ich

    krank wa

    r

    , konnte ich nicht kom

    -

    m

    en

    a

    s o

    r

    s

    i

    n

    ce

    I

    w

    as

    il l

    I

    co

    uld

    n

    t

    come .

    d

    a

    b

    ei

    ad

    v

    .

    [

    d

    a

    '

    ba

    i

    ,

    w

    h

    en

    e

    mp

    ha

    t

    i

    c

    :

    dciibai] n

    e

    ar (

    at

    ha

    n

    d)

    ,

    b

    y ;

    a

    b

    out

    ,

    g

    o

    in

    g (z

    u

    i

    nf.

    t

    o

    i

    nf.), o

    n

    t

    h

    e

    po

    i

    n

    t

    -

    jies

    (of ger.

    )

    ; b

    es

    id

    es;

    ne

    ver

    th

    e

    l

    e

    ss, y

    e

    t,

    f

    or all th

    a

    t;

    w

    a

    s ist schon w

    h

    at

    doe

    s

    i

    t m

    a

    t

    ter?; /ossen w/

    r

    e

    s

    l

    e

    t

    '

    s

    le

    a

    v

    e it

    a

    t t

    h

    a

    t

    ;

    b

    l

    eibe

    n

    s

    t

    ick

    to one's p

    o

    int

    ,

    pe

    r

    sis

    t i

    n it

    .

    da'bei

    j

    bleiben

    v

    /i .

    (

    i

    r

    r. bleib

    e

    n,

    sep.

    ,

    -g

    e-,

    s

    ei

    n) sta

    y

    with

    i

    t

    or

    th

    e

    m ;

    ~

    se

    i

    n v/

    i

    . (

    irr . sein

    ,

    se

    p

    .

    ,

    -ge-

    ,

    sei

    n

    )

    be present or there;

    ~

    stehen

    v

    ji

    .

    (i

    r

    r

    .

    stehen

    ,

    se

    p

    .,

    -

    g

    e

    -, h) stand by

    o

    r

    nea

    r

    .

    da

    b

    l

    e

    ib

    en vli. (ii

    r .

    b

    l

    e

    i

    ben, sep.,

    -

    g

    e-

    ,

    s

    e

    i

    n

    ) s

    t

    a

    y,

    re

    m

    ain

    .

    da capo adv . [da'ka

    i

    po] at ope

    ra

    ,

    e

    t

    .

    : e

    n

    c

    o

    r

    e

    .

    D

    ac

    h

    [d

    a

    x]

    n

    (-[e]

    s

    /-er) roof;

    i

    g.

    s

    h

    elter;

    a

    nte

    n

    ne / roof ae

    r

    i

    a

    l;

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    dur

    c

    h

    stre

    i

    c

    h

    en

    84 -

    ebenso

    w

    enig

    mag

    e

    throu

    g

    h

    (

    d

    r

    a

    w

    ers, papers,

    e

    t

    c.

    )

    .

    du

    r

    chs

    tr

    e

    i

    chen

    v

    /r

    .

    (z'rr. st

    r

    eich

    e

    n

    ,

    S

    e

    p .

    , -g

    e

    - .

    h

    ) s

    t

    r

    i

    ke o

    r

    cr

    oss

    o

    ut,

    cance

    l

    .

    d

    urc

    h's

    t

    r

    e

    i

    fen v/

    t

    . (no -g

    e

    -

    ,

    h

    )

    r

    o

    am o

    r

    wa

    n

    d

    e

    r

    t

    h

    r

    o

    u

    g

    h o

    r

    o

    v

    e

    r

    o

    r

    across.

    durch 'such je

    n

    v/r. (n

    o

    -ge-,

    h

    )

    s

    earc

    h

    (

    a

    . Sung /

    (

    -/-en )

    s

    ea

    rc

    h .

    d

    u

    rch

    t

    rieb

    e

    n

    a

    d

    j

    . [durc

    '

    trii

    b

    a

    n]

    cu

    nn ing

    , ar

    tfu

    l;

    2

    h

    eit / (-

    /

    no pi

    .

    )

    ct

    m

    nin

    g

    , ar

    t

    f

    ul

    n

    e

    ss.

    du

    rc

    h'w

    ach

    e

    n vlt

    . (

    no

    -ge

    -

    , h)

    p

    a

    s

    s (th

    e

    night) waking

    .

    d

    urc

    a 'wach

    s

    en adj.

    b

    ac

    on

    : s

    tr

    e

    aky .

    durch

    w

    and

    ern

    1.

    [L

    va

    n

    d

    a

    m

    ] v

    /t .

    (s

    e

    p.,

    -

    g

    e

    -,

    s

    e

    i

    n

    ) walk

    or

    p

    a

    ss

    through ; 2

    .

    [ 'vandam ] vjt . (no

    -

    g

    e

    -, h)

    w

    alk or

    pas

    s

    t

    hro

    u

    gh (plac

    e

    ,

    a

    r

    ea

    ,

    e

    t

    c

    .

    )

    .

    d

    u

    rch'

    we

    be

    n

    v/t . (no -

    g

    e-, h)

    i

    n

    terw

    e

    ave; i

    g

    . a

    . in

    tersp

    erse.

    du

    rc

    hwe

    g ad

    v.

    [

    'dur

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    Exe

    mp

    la

    r

    101 - F

    a

    h

    re

    rluch

    t

    Exemp

    la

    r [

    e

    ks

    e

    m

    'p

    lair]

    n

    (

    -s

    /

    -e

    )

    spec

    i

    men

    ;

    c

    o

    py (of book).

    e

    xe

    rzier|

    e

    n

    [

    ekser

    tsirrsn] v

    f

    i

    .

    and

    v

    jt. (n

    o

    -ge-

    ,

    h

    )

    d

    rill

    ;

    Sp

    la

    tz X

    m dr ill-ground, parade-ground .

    Ex

    i

    l [e'k

    s

    i:] n (-

    s

    /-e) exile.

    E

    x

    istenz

    [

    e

    ks

    is'ten

    ts]

    / (-

    /-e

    n)

    e

    x

    i

    s

    t

    e

    n

    c

    e

    ;

    l

    i

    v

    i

    n

    g

    ,

    l

    i

    v

    e

    l

    i

    h

    o

    o

    d

    ;

    m

    i

    -

    n imum n subsistence m in

    i

    mum .

    e

    x

    is

    '

    tiere

    n

    v

    /i

    . (no

    -

    g

    e-

    , h) e

    x

    i

    s

    t;

    subs

    i

    st

    .

    e

    xo

    ti

    sch

    adj. [e'kso

    itij

    ]

    e

    xo

    t

    i

    c.

    e

    xp

    ed

    j

    ieren

    [e

    k

    s

    pe

    di

    ir

    sn] v/t .

    (no

    -

    g

    e-

    , h) di

    s

    pat

    ch

    ;

    i

    ti

    on Ui

    t

    s

    j

    orn

    ]

    / (-/-

    e

    n

    )

    disp

    a

    tc

    h, f

    orw

    a

    rding

    ;

    ex-

    p

    e

    dition

    ;

    di

    s

    patch

    or

    for

    w

    a

    r

    d

    i

    ng

    offi

    c

    e .

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    k

    speri'mentj

    w

    (

    -

    [

    e]

    /-

    e) e

    xp

    er

    i

    me

    nt

    ;

    2ieren

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    '

    t

    i

    :-

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    . (

    n

    o -

    ge-, h) expe

    ri

    ment.

    exp lo|dieren [eksplo

    '

    diirsn] v/i .

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    no

    g

    e

    -

    ,

    s

    e

    /n

    ) e

    x

    p

    lo

    d

    e, b

    u

    rst

    ;

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    i

    on

    U

    zj

    om ]

    /

    (

    -/-

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    pl

    os

    i

    o

    n

    ;

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    iv

    a

    dj. U

    '

    zi if]

    e

    xplosive.

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    p

    ort

    [

    ek

    s

    'part]

    m

    (-[e

    ]

    s

    /

    -e) ex-

    p

    o

    rtati

    o

    n); 2

    iere

    n [ .'tii

    r

    an

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    v/t

    .

    (n

    o -g

    e

    -

    ,

    h)

    ex

    po

    r

    t

    .

    e

    x

    tr

    a

    a

    d

    j.

    [

    '

    e

    k

    s

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    r

    a] ex

    t

    ra

    ;

    s

    pe

    c

    i

    a

    l

    ;

    b

    l

    att n ex

    tr

    a e

    d

    i

    t

    ion (

    of

    ne

    ws-

    pape

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    m

    .

    ex

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    .

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    tra

    k

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    [e

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    tr

    akt

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    (

    -[

    e]s

    /

    -e) e

    x-

    t

    r

    act

    .

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    x

    trem [

    e

    ks'

    t

    rerm ] 1

    .

    n

    (-s

    /

    -

    e) e

    x-

    treme; 2. 2 a

    d

    j

    .

    e

    x

    treme

    .

    Exze

    l

    lenz [ekstse

    '

    le

    n

    ts] / (-/

    -

    e

    n

    )

    Excellenc

    y

    .

    e

    xz

    en

    t

    ri

    sc

    h ad

    j.

    [

    e

    k

    s

    'ts

    e

    nt

    r

    ij

    ] e

    c

    -

    ce

    ntr

    ic

    .

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    C

    [ek

    s't

    ses

    ]

    m

    (

    xz

    e

    sse

    s/

    x-

    ze

    sse)

    e

    xc

    e

    ss.

    Fabel ['farbal] /(-/-n) fable (a. fig.);

    plo

    t

    (of s

    to

    r

    y , boo

    k

    , e

    tc

    .

    ) ; ha

    f

    t adj.

    f

    abulous

    ;

    m

    a

    rv

    e

    llous

    ;

    v

    /

    t. (g

    e

    -,

    h

    ) t

    ell (tall)

    s

    tories

    .

    Fa

    b

    rik [fa

    'br

    iik

    ]

    /

    (

    -/

    -en) f

    ac

    tory

    ,

    wo

    r

    k

    s sg

    p

    l., m il l; *

    ,

    ant [ i'kant

    ]

    m

    (

    -

    e

    n

    /-en

    ) f

    ac

    t

    or

    y

    -

    own

    er

    ,

    m i

    l

    l-o

    wn

    -

    er;

    man

    ufacturer

    ;

    arbeit /facto

    ry

    wo

    r

    k; s.

    F

    abri

    k

    wa

    r

    e ; ar

    b

    eiter m

    f

    a

    c

    to

    r

    y

    w

    o

    r

    ke

    r

    o

    r

    h

    a

    nd

    ; *

    ,

    a

    t

    U

    i

    '

    ka

    i

    t

    ]

    (-[

    e

    ]s/

    -

    e) make; pro

    du

    ct

    ;

    ~ati

    o

    ns-

    fe

    hl

    e

    r

    [ a'tsjorns

    -

    ]

    m

    fl

    aw

    ;

    b

    e

    -

    s

    itzer

    m

    f

    act

    or

    y-

    o

    w

    n

    e

    r

    ; ~

    mark

    e /

    tr

    a

    d

    e m

    a

    rk

    ;

    s

    t

    ad

    t / f

    a

    ct

    ory

    o

    r

    indu

    st

    ri

    al

    to

    wn ; *

    ,

    w

    ar

    e / man

    u

    -

    factured ar

    t

    i

    c

    le; ~zeic

    h

    e

    n

    n s

    .

    F

    ab ri

    k

    mar

    k

    e.

    Fach [fax] n (-[

    e

    ]sf

    -er) s

    e

    ction

    ,

    compar

    t

    me

    n

    t,

    s

    he

    lf (

    o

    f

    b

    o

    o

    kc

    a

    se

    ,

    cu

    pb

    oard

    ,

    e

    t

    c

    .

    ) ; pig

    e

    o

    n-h

    ole (m

    d

    e

    s

    k

    )

    ;

    d

    ra

    w

    er;

    ig

    . s

    u

    b

    j

    ec

    t

    ; s .

    Fa

    ch-

    g

    e

    b

    i

    e

    t ;

    ' arbeiter

    m ski

    ll

    e

    d

    w

    o

    r

    k

    er

    ;

    ar

    z

    t

    m s

    pe

    ci

    al

    is

    t (f

    u

    r

    i

    n

    )

    ;

    L

    a

    us

    -

    b

    il

    dun

    g / prof

    e

    s

    s

    iona

    l

    tra

    ini

    ng;

    '

    a

    u

    s

    d

    r

    u

    ck

    m

    t

    e

    c

    hn

    i

    c

    a

    l

    t

    er

    m

    .

    fache

    l

    n

    [

    'fesa

    l

    n] v/t.

    (

    ge

    -

    , h) fan

    s.

    o

    .

    Facher

    [

    '

    f

    egar] m (-$/-) fan ; 2or-

    m

    i

    g ad

    j

    . [ ' foermi i;] fan-shaped

    .

    F

    ac

    h

    |ge

    b

    iet n b

    r

    an

    c

    h

    ,

    fie

    l

    d

    ,

    p

    r

    ov-

    ince;

    Lke

    nntn

    i

    sse

    f

    /p

    l

    . special-

    iz

    ed knowle

    d

    ge; ' kreis m : i

    n *

    ,e

    n

    among experts; kundig ad

    j

    .

    c

    omp

    e

    t

    e

    nt

    , e

    xp

    er

    t

    ; '

    U

    it

    erat

    ur /

    s

    pecialized li terature; Lmann m

    e

    xp

    ert;

    Smanni

    sc

    h adj.

    [

    '

    me

    n

    i

    /]

    e

    xp

    er

    t

    ;

    ~

    schu le/technical shool;

    werk A n framework .

    Fac

    ke

    l [ '

    f

    akal ] /

    (-

    /

    -n

    )

    to

    rch ; n

    F

    v

    /

    i

    .

    (

    g

    e

    -

    ,

    h

    ) he

    s

    i

    t

    a

    t

    e,

    F

    sh

    i

    l

    l

    y

    -

    s

    ha

    l

    ly

    ;

    Lz

    u

    g

    m t

    o

    rchl

    ig

    ht p

    roce

    ss

    io

    n .

    f

    ad

    a

    d

    j . [

    f

    a:

    t]

    , e a

    d

    j.

    [

    '

    fo

    r

    ds

    ]

    f

    o

    od :

    i

    nsip

    i

    d, t

    as

    t

    e

    l

    ess; s

    tale; p . du

    l

    l

    ,

    b

    o

    rin

    g

    .

    Faden ['fa

    i

    d

    a

    n

    ] m

    (

    -

    s/) th

    rea

    d (a.

    ig-) i

    ig'' on e-m hongen hang by

    a

    th

    rea

    d ; Lnudeln f

    /

    pl.

    v

    e

    r

    mic

    ell i

    pi.; 2scheinig ad

    j

    . [L/amig]

    threadbar

    e;

    excuse

    , e

    tc

    .

    : fl

    i

    ms

    y,

    th in

    .

    fa

    h

    ig ad

    j .

    [

    '

    f

    er

    i

    g] ca

    p

    a

    ble (z

    u

    inf

    .

    o

    f

    g

    e

    r

    .

    ;

    g

    en

    . of)

    ;

    a

    b

    le

    (

    t

    o

    i

    n

    f

    .

    )

    ;

    k

    e

    i

    t

    /

    (

    -/-

    e

    n

    ) (

    cap)abi

    l

    ity

    ;

    t

    al

    ent

    ,

    f

    a

    c

    u

    lt

    y.

    fahl adj. [foil

    ]

    p

    a

    l

    e,

    pa

    l

    l

    i

    d

    ;

    c

    olo

    ur:

    faded ; co

    m

    p

    l

    e

    x

    ion : leaden, l

    i

    vid .

    fa

    hn

    d

    e

    n [

    '

    fom

    d

    sn]

    v

    ji. (ge

    -

    ,

    h) :

    nach j-

    m

    se

    a

    rch for s.o.

    ;

    un

    g

    /

    (-/-en

    )

    sear

    c

    h

    .

    F

    a

    hne [ 'f

    o

    r

    n

    a

    ] /

    (

    -

    /-

    n

    )

    f

    lag ; s

    t

    a

    n

    d-

    a

    r

    d ;

    b

    anner

    ;

    4>., i

    g

    '

    c

    olo(u

    )

    rs

    pi

    .

    ; typ . gal

    l

    ey

    -pr

    oo

    f

    .

    F

    ahn

    en leid m oat

    h

    o

    f

    a

    l

    le

    gi

    ance;

    f

    lucht

    /

    desert

    i

    on ; '2fluchtig

    adj

    .

    :

    werd

    en

    d

    e

    se

    rt (

    t

    h

    e colo[u]rs);

    ~

    s

    t

    ange

    /

    flagstaff.

    A

    m

    .

    a

    .

    flag

    -

    pole.

    '

    F

    a

    h

    r

    l

    b

    a

    h

    n

    /

    ,

    '

    d

    a

    m

    m m

    r

    o

    a

    d

    wa

    y

    .

    '

    F

    a

    h

    r

    e

    [

    '

    fe

    irs] /

    (

    -/

    -n

    )

    f

    e

    rr

    y

    (

    -

    bo

    at

    ).

    fahren [ 'fairsn] (irr., ge-) 1. v/i .

    (s

    e/

    n

    )

    dr

    i

    ver

    ,

    veh

    i

    cle

    , e

    tc

    .

    : d

    ri

    v

    e

    ,

    go

    ,

    t

    ravel;

    c

    ycl

    ist:

    r

    ide

    ,

    cy

    cl

    e

    ; sail;

    mot. m

    o

    t

    o

    r

    ; m/t d

    e

    r E

    is

    enbahn

    go

    b

    y train

    o

    r r

    a

    il; spazie

    r

    en g

    o

    for

    or t

    a

    ke

    a

    drive ; m /t de

    r

    H

    a

    nd iiber

    (acc.

    )

    pass one

    '

    s hand over; lessen

    l

    et g

    o or

    slip

    ; gu

    t (sc

    h

    l

    e

    c

    h

    t

    )

    b

    e

    i

    do

    or

    fare wel

    l

    (b

    a

    dly) at

    or

    with

    ;

    er ist gut dabe

    i

    g

    e

    fohren he did

    ve

    r

    y

    well

    ou

    t

    of it

    ;

    2.

    v/

    t

    .

    (h

    )

    c

    ar

    ry,

    o

    nve

    y

    ;

    d

    r

    ive

    (

    ca

    r, tr

    a

    in, etc.) ; r

    id

    e

    (

    bic

    y

    cle, et

    c

    .).

    F

    a

    h

    r

    e

    r

    m

    (

    -

    s

    /

    -

    )

    d

    r

    i

    v

    e

    r

    ;

    '

    f

    l

    u

    c

    h

    t

    /

    (

    -Ino pi

    .

    )

    hi

    t

    -and-run of

    f

    ence. Am.

    h

    i

    t-and-

    r

    un

    o

    ff

    e

    nse .

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    F

    ii

    rst

    e

    n

    s

    t

    a

    n

    d

    114

    -

    Gang

    e

    lband

    L en

    s

    t

    an

    d

    m

    p

    r

    inc

    e

    '

    s

    r

    ank

    ; Cen

    -

    tum n (-s/=

    e

    r) principali

    t

    y

    ;

    'S

    l

    ich

    1

    .

    a

    d

    j

    . pr

    in

    ce

    l

    y (

    a

    .

    ig

    .

    )

    ,

    ro

    y

    a

    l

    ; ig .

    m

    a

    g

    n

    ifi

    cen

    t , s

    u

    m

    pt

    uous; 2. adv.:

    l

    e

    b

    e

    n live like a lo

    r

    d or king

    ;

    '

    ~

    l

    i

    ch

    -

    k

    e

    i

    t

    e

    n

    f

    l

    p

    l

    .

    ro

    y

    a

    lt

    i

    e

    s

    p

    i

    .

    Fur

    t [f

    ur

    t] /

    (

    -

    /

    -

    en

    ) ford

    .

    Fu

    r

    u

    nk

    elj? [fu 'r

    u

    r i

    k

    a

    l]

    m

    (-s/-)

    b

    oil

    ,

    fu runcle.

    F i

    irwor

    t g

    r . n (-

    [

    e]s/=er) pro

    n

    ou

    n

    .

    Fu

    s

    el F [

    'f

    ui

    za

    l

    ]

    m

    (-

    s

    /

    -) low

    -qu

    ali

    t

    y

    sp

    i

    r

    i

    ts, F rotgut .

    F

    u

    si

    on 'f [fu:'z

    j

    o:n

    ]

    / (

    -

    /-e

    n

    )m

    er

    g

    er

    ,

    am

    a

    lgam

    a

    tion .

    Fu

    l [fu:s] m (-es/Ke) foo

    t

    ;

    ~

    fossen

    find

    a

    foothold ;

    ig . becom

    e

    estab-

    li

    s

    he

    d

    ; auf

    g

    u

    t

    em (s

    c

    h/e

    c

    h

    te

    m

    )

    s

    te

    h

    en

    m /

    t b

    e

    on good (bad)

    t

    erm

    s

    with ;

    z

    u on f

    o

    ot

    ;

    z

    u

    ge

    h

    e

    n

    w

    al

    k

    ;

    gu

    t

    zu s

    e

    i

    n b

    e a good w

    a

    lke

    r

    ;

    ~

    a

    b

    s

    t

    r

    e

    i

    f

    e

    r

    m

    (

    s

    i

    -

    )

    d

    oo

    r

    -

    scr

    a

    p

    e

    r

    ,

    door

    -

    mat

    ;

    '

    an

    g

    e

    l / m

    a

    ntr

    a

    p ;

    L

    bal

    l

    m (ass

    o

    c

    i

    ation)

    foo

    t

    b

    a

    l

    l, F

    and A

    m

    . so

    c

    ce

    r

    ;

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    all

    sp

    i

    ele

    r

    m

    foo

    tba

    l

    l player, f

    oo

    tballe

    r

    ;

    '

    b

    a

    n

    k

    /

    foot

    s

    tool

    ;

    ' bekleidung / foot

    -

    w

    ea

    r

    ,

    f

    oo

    t

    g

    ea

    r ;

    -

    .

    bod

    e

    n m fl

    oo

    r

    (

    -

    i

    ng);

    bod

    en

    b

    e

    la

    g m floor

    c

    ov

    er

    -

    i

    ng ; '

    ,b

    r

    em se mot

    .

    f

    f

    oo

    t-br

    ake

    ;

    26

    1

    1

    v

    j

    i

    .

    (g

    e

    -

    ,

    h) : auf

    (

    dat

    .)

    be

    jas

    e

    d

    o

    r fo

    u

    n

    de

    d

    o

    n ; ganger

    '

    g

    erjar

    ]

    m

    (

    -s

    /

    -) pe

    d

    e

    s

    trian

    ; Lg

    e-

    enk anat . n

    a

    nlde joint; ' n

    o

    t

    e

    /

    f

    o

    otnote

    ;

    ' pf

    a

    dm foot

    p

    ath ; ' sack

    m foot-m

    u

    f

    f

    ;

    s

    o

    h

    l

    e

    an

    a

    t

    .

    f

    s

    o

    le

    o

    f the foo

    t;

    sol

    d

    at X m f

    o

    ot-

    soldier , in

    f

    antr

    y

    man; ' spur/ foot

    -

    p

    r

    int

    ;

    tr

    a

    c

    k

    ; ~

    s

    tapf

    e

    ['Jt

    a

    pf

    a

    ] /

    (-/-n)

    fo

    otprint

    ,

    i

    g

    .

    a

    .

    fo

    otstep

    ;

    ~s

    te

    i

    g

    m f

    oot

    p

    a

    t

    h ;

    '

    t

    ri

    tt

    m

    ki

    ck

    ;

    w

    a

    nd

    e

    run

    g

    / walkin

    g

    t

    our,

    hik

    e;

    ~weg m foo

    t

    pa

    th

    .

    Futter ['fut

    s

    rj n 1.

    (

    -s/m

    >

    pi.) f

    o

    od,

    si. grub. Am. F a. chow ; fee

    d,

    fodder

    ;

    2

    . (-

    s/

    -)

    lining;

    A

    casing

    .

    Fu

    t

    t

    e

    r

    a

    l [fut

    a'

    ra:] n

    (

    -s/-e) ca

    s

    e

    (

    fo

    r

    spectacles

    ,

    e

    t

    c.)

    ;

    c

    ov

    er

    (o

    f

    um

    -

    b

    r

    ella

    )

    ; shea

    th

    (

    of k

    n

    ife

    )

    .

    Futter

    m it

    tel n feeding

    st

    uff .

    fi

    i

    t

    t

    e

    m

    [

    '

    f

    y

    t

    a

    m

    ]

    v

    f

    t

    .

    (

    g

    e

    -

    ,

    h

    )

    f

    ee

    d

    ;

    lin

    e

    (dr

    e

    ss, e

    t

    c.) ; A case.

    Futte

    r

    |n

    a

    pf m feed

    i

    n

    g bo

    w

    l or

    dish ; '~

    n

    eid

    ig

    .

    m

    (profes

    s

    io

    n

    al)

    j

    e

    alo

    u

    sy

    ; '

    .

    .

    sto

    f

    f i lin

    i

    n

    g (materia

    l

    ).

    Fut

    t

    erung/(-/-

    e

    n) f

    ee

    ding;

    l

    ining;

    A cas

    ing

    .

    Futur gr . [fu 'tu:r] n (-s/-e) future

    (

    t

    en

    se

    ).

    g

    ab [ga:p

    ]

    pre

    t

    . of ge

    b

    en.

    Gabe

    [

    '

    ga

    r

    b

    a]

    / (

    -/-

    n) gi

    ft

    ,

    pr

    e

    se

    n

    t;

    alms; donation ; d

    o

    s

    e

    ; talen

    t

    .

    G

    abe

    l

    ['ga

    i

    bal] / (-/-n) fork

    ;

    '2n

    v

    /r

    e

    fl . (ge-, h)

    f

    ork, bifurca

    t

    e;

    .

    un

    g

    / (-/

    -

    e

    n) bi

    f

    urca

    tio

    n

    .

    ga

    ck

    ern

    [

    'gakam ]

    v

    /i. (ge-, h)

    c

    ac

    k

    le .

    g

    a

    fie

    n

    [

    '

    gafan] v/i.

    (

    ge-,

    h

    ) ga

    p

    e;

    s

    t

    a

    r

    e.

    Gag

    e [

    'ga

    is

    a] / (

    -

    /

    -

    n

    )

    sal

    ar

    y

    ,

    pay .

    ga

    hnen [

    g

    ema

    n]

    1. vji. (

    g

    e-

    , h)

    yaw

    n

    ;

    2

    . 2

    n

    (s

    /

    no pi.) y

    a

    wning.

    Gala

    [

    'ga

    l

    a] / (

    -

    /no

    p

    i

    .

    ) g

    a

    la; in ~ in

    f

    ul

    l

    d

    r

    e

    s

    s

    .

    gala

    n

    t ad

    j

    .

    [

    ga

    la

    n

    t

    ]

    ga

    lla

    nt; co

    u

    rte

    -

    ous ; 2er

    i

    e [ a

    ri:] /

    (

    -/-n)

    g

    a

    l

    l

    a

    ntr

    y ;

    co

    urtesy

    .

    G

    al

    eere * [ga

    '

    lei

    r

    a] / (-/-n) galley.

    G

    aleri

    e [

    gala

    '

    r

    i

    :]

    / (-/-

    n

    )

    g

    a

    lle

    ry

    .

    Galg

    e

    n [

    'gal

    gan]

    m (-s/-

    ) gallows

    ,

    gibb

    et

    ;

    '

    f

    ris

    t

    / respi

    te; Lge

    -

    sic

    ht n gal

    l

    ows-look, hangdog look ;

    '

    J t

    iu

    m o

    r

    m

    gr

    im

    hu

    m

    o(u)

    r;

    strick m, L

    v

    ogel m gallows-bird,

    h

    a

    ng

    d

    og

    .

    G

    alle

    ana

    t.

    [

    'gala

    ] /

    (

    -

    /-n

    ) bUe

    (

    of

    pe

    rso

    n) ; g

    a

    ll (o

    f

    ani

    m

    al) (a.

    f

    i

    g

    .

    )

    ;

    '

    ~

    nbl

    ase a

    n

    at . f g

    a

    ll

    -

    blad

    d

    e

    r

    ;

    '

    ,

    n-

    l

    ei

    d

    e

    n

    &

    n

    b

    il

    i

    o

    u

    s

    c

    o

    m

    pla

    i

    n

    t

    ;

    ' n

    -

    st

    e

    i

    n m gall-s

    t

    one, bi

    l

    e-stone.

    Galle

    r

    t

    [

    'g

    al

    art]

    n

    (-

    [

    e]s/

    -

    e

    ),

    [g

    a

    'l

    e

    rta

    ]

    /

    (-

    f

    -n

    ) gelatine, je

    l

    l

    y.

    ga

    l

    lig

    g

    . adj.

    b

    ili

    o

    us.

    G

    a

    l

    o

    p

    p

    [

    ga

    '

    bp]

    m

    (

    -

    s/

    -s, -

    e

    )

    g

    a

    l

    l

    o

    p

    ;

    cant

    er;

    2

    iere

    n

    U

    pirra

    n]

    v/i. (no

    -

    ge-

    ,

    se

    in) ga

    l

    '

    op ; ca

    nt

    er.

    ga

    i

    t

    [

    gai

    t

    ] p

    r

    e

    t

    .

    of

    g

    e

    lt

    e

    n.

    gal

    v

    a

    ni

    |

    sc

    h adj

    . [

    ga

    l

    va r

    ni

    j] ga

    l-

    va

    n

    ic; sieren

    [

    a

    ni

    1

    -] v/t

    .

    (n

    o

    -g

    e

    -,

    h) galvani

    ze

    .

    Gang

    1

    [ga

    r

    j] m

    (

    -[e]s/e) walk ;

    5

    .

    G

    angar

    t ;

    ig. motion;

    r

    unning

    ,

    wo

    r

    ki

    ng (o

    f

    m

    ach

    in

    e)

    ;

    e

    r

    r

    a

    n

    d;

    w

    ay ;

    c

    ou

    r

    s

    e

    (o

    f e

    vents, o

    f a me

    al, e

    tc

    .) ;

    p

    assa

    g

    e

    (

    -

    w

    ay

    ) ;

    alley ;

    co

    rrid

    o

    r

    , g

    a

    l

    -

    lery ; in vehicle, bet

    w

    ee

    n s

    eats: gang-

    w

    a

    y

    ,

    e

    s

    p

    .

    A

    m

    .

    a

    i

    s

    l

    e

    ;

    g

    c

    o

    r

    r

    i

    d

    o

    r

    ,

    A

    m

    .

    a

    isl

    e

    ; f

    en

    ci

    n

    g : pass;

    ana

    t . duc

    t;

    m

    o

    t . gear;

    er

    ste

    r (z

    we

    /t

    e

    r,

    dr

    i

    t

    t

    e

    r

    ,

    v

    i

    erter) l

    o

    w or

    bo

    t

    t

    om (seco

    nd,

    third

    ,

    t

    op

    ) gear; i

    n

    b

    r

    i

    n

    ge

    n

    or

    se

    tz

    en set

    g

    o

    in

    g o

    r in

    mo

    ti

    o

    n

    .

    Am

    .

    ope

    r

    ate; in

    , k

    om

    m

    e

    n ge

    t

    going,

    get st

    ar

    t

    ed

    ;

    im s

    e

    in be i

    n

    motion;

    b

    e working

    o

    r ru

    n

    n

    in

    g

    ;

    i

    g

    . b

    e

    in progress; in vollem

    ~

    in full

    s

    wing.

    g

    an

    g

    2

    adj. [

    J

    ]

    r

    .

    u

    nd

    g

    ab

    e c

    u

    s

    tom

    ar

    y,

    tr

    ad

    iti

    o

    nal

    .

    Ga

    ng )

    a

    r

    t /

    g

    a

    i

    t

    , wa

    l

    k (of

    p

    erson

    )

    ;

    p

    a

    c

    e (o

    f

    ho

    rs

    e

    )

    ; '2

    b

    a

    r

    a

    d

    j.

    ro

    a

    d

    :

    p

    r

    ac

    ti

    c

    a

    b

    l

    e, p

    a

    s

    sa

    b

    le

    ;

    m

    o

    n

    e

    y

    : c

    u

    r

    -

    rent

    ;

    -if

    g

    o

    o

    ds

    :

    m

    a

    r

    k

    e

    table; s. ga

    n-

    gig-

    G

    an

    ge

    l

    b

    an

    d [ 'gerjal-J n

    le

    adin

    g

    -

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    Grun

    d

    besitze

    r

    131 -

    G

    ut

    erty

    )

    ;

    besitz

    er m l

    an

    d

    owner;

    buch n land register .

    g

    run

    d [en [

    gr

    yn

    d

    s

    n

    ] r/

    r. C

    g

    e-

    ,

    h

    )

    establish ;

    T

    promote; sich auf

    (acc.)

    b

    e

    ba

    se

    d

    o

    r fou

    n

    ded on ; 'S

    er

    m

    (

    si-) foimder;

    T

    promoter.

    g

    r

    u

    nd l

    fa

    l

    s

    c

    h

    adj. f

    un

    dame

    ntal

    l

    y

    w

    r

    o

    ng

    ;

    Sf

    a

    r

    be

    /

    gr

    o

    u

    n

    d-

    co

    l

    o

    (

    u

    )

    r

    ;

    opt.

    pr

    imary co

    l

    o(

    u)

    r;

    f

    lac

    h

    e /

    b

    a

    s

    e;

    ar

    ea (of roo

    m

    , etc

    ,

    ) ;

    '

    Sgebiih

    r

    /

    b

    as

    i

    c ra

    te

    or

    f

    e

    e; f

    l

    at

    r

    at

    e;

    '

    Sge-

    d

    an

    ke m basic

    or

    fun

    d

    am

    e

    nt

    a

    l

    id

    ea

    ;

    Sg

    e

    setz

    n

    fu

    nd

    a

    m

    e

    ntal law

    ;

    fz

    a

    pp

    r.

    con

    st

    i

    t

    utio

    n

    ;

    Skap

    ita

    l T

    c

    a

    pi

    t

    al (fun

    d)

    ;

    Slage

    /

    fo

    u

    ndat

    i

    o

    n

    ,

    b

    a

    s

    is

    ;

    '

    J

    e

    gend

    a

    dj. fund

    a

    m

    e

    n

    tal

    ,

    b

    as

    i

    c .

    g

    r

    i

    ind

    li

    ch adj.

    [

    gryn

    tl

    i?

    ]

    t

    ho

    r

    oug

    h ;

    kn

    oi

    z

    le

    d

    ge: p

    r

    o

    f

    ound .

    G

    ru

    nd l

    in

    i

    e

    /

    b

    as

    e-

    li

    n

    e

    ;

    'S

    lo

    s adj

    .

    bo

    tt

    om

    l

    e

    ss; i

    g

    .

    :

    grou

    n

    d l

    es

    s; u

    n

    -

    f

    ound

    ed

    ; '

    m

    a

    u

    e

    r /

    founda

    ti