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Geiger

  
Gei•ger      m   , -s, -   , Geigerin   Gei•ge•rin      f   , -, -nen   violinist, fiddler inf     
erster Geiger      first violin  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Geige, Geier, Geigerin, geigen

erster Geiger exp.
first violin

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"Geiger": examples and translations in context
Der Geiger, Gitarrist und Komponist Nicola Matteis wurde um 1650 in Neapel geboren. The violinist, guitar player and composer Nicola Matteis was born in 1650 in Naples.
Zum akustischen Gitarristen gesellen sich zwei Perkussionisten, ein Kontrabassist und der Geiger Alexis Lefevre. The acoustic guitarist is joined by two percussionists, a contrabassist, and the violinist, Alexis Lefevre.
Über Geiger erpresste Eddie Ihren Vater. Eddie Mars used Geiger to blackmail your father.
Arno Geiger gelingt es , ein trauriges und komisches Jahrhundert lebendig zu machen. Arno Geiger succeeds in bringing to life a century that is both sad and funny.
Ich kenne dich doch, Geiger. I know you too well, fiddler.
Nicht gespielt Tangos und andere Lieder als Geiger, obwohl er oft in die Kneipe in Bukarest eingeladen. Not played tangos and other songs than fiddler, although it was often invited to the pub in Bucharest.
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