Dachs translation English | German-English dictionary

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Dachs  

   m   , -es, -e  
a      (Zool)   badger  
schlafen wie ein Dachs      inf   to sleep like a log inf     
b    inf  
(=Mensch)  

ein frecher Dachs!      a cheeky devil!   (Brit)  , a smart-alec!  
ein junger Dachs      a young whippersnapper dated inf     
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Dach, Dach, Dächsin, Dachhase

ein frecher Dachs! exp.
a cheeky devil! ; a smart-alec!

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
a young whippersnapper
exp.
to sleep like a log
exp.
under the umbrella of
exp.
under one roof
exp.
to live in an attic room/flat {or} apartment ; to live right on the top floor
exp.
right under the eaves
exp.
a shelter
exp.
a sloping roof
exp.
the roof of the world
exp.
to get onto sb
exp.
to throw sth on(to) the roof
exp.
to smash sb on the head ; to give sb a (good) talking-to
exp.
to be all wrapped up ; to be all in the bag ; to be signed and sealed ; to be safely under cover ; to be safely in
exp.
the rain is coming through the roof
exp.
to tile a roof
exp.
to sweep the snow off the roof
exp.
to thatch a roof (with straw/reeds)
exp.
to tile/thatch a roof
exp.
to roof a building with slate/tiles
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'Dachs' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
exp.
woher bekommt der Dachs seine Nahrung?

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