weed translation | English-German dictionary

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1       n  
a    Unkraut    nt no pl  
b    dated inf   (=tobacco)   Kraut    nt   inf  
c    inf   (=marijuana)   Gras(s)    nt   inf  
d    inf   (=person)   Schwächling    m  , Kümmerling    m   inf  
2       vt  
a      (lit)   jäten
b      (fig)       weed out       b  
3       vi   jäten  

weed out      vt   sep  
a    [plant]   ausreißen  
[flowerbed]   Unkraut    nt   jäten in (    +dat  )
b      (fig)   aussondern  
weed through      vt   sep   durchsortieren
Translation English - German Collins Dictionary  
the evil weed exp.
das Kraut ; das Rauchen

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-German
von Unkraut überwuchert
der Garten strotzte vor Unkraut
'weed' also found in translations in German-English dictionary
to weed the garden
the exam will weed a lot of people out
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"weed": examples and translations in context
They grow some lethal weed here. Man sagt, die bauen hier ein teuflisches Gras an.
Boyd instructed that you burn the weed. Boyd hat angewiesen, dass ihr das Gras verbrennt.
It was just a little weed right there where you are. Es war nur etwas Unkraut, genau da, wo du jetzt liegst.
- The weed of crime bears bitter fruit. -Unkraut des Bösen tragt bittere Frucht.
Just had to check something at the weed shop. - Ja. Ich musste nur im Weed Shop nach etwas sehen.
Wound up in some community college where he majored in weed. Tauchte dann in so einer Volkshochschule auf, wo er seinen Abschluss in Gras machte.
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