Laster translation | German-English dictionary



[1]   Las•ter      m   , -s, -  
inf   (=Lastwagen)   lorry   (Brit)  , truck
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
Laster   [2]   Las•ter      nt   , -s, -   (=Untugend)   vice  

Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  

im Laster versinken exp.
to sink into a life of vice

Entry related to:versinken

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
to be addicted to a vice
the devil finds work for idle hands
'Laster' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
eine Predigt über das Laster des Trinkens
ein großer, donnernder Laster
Sündenpfuhl ; Stätte des Lasters
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"Laster": examples and translations in context
Es war ein Laster voller Chemikalien. And the truck was full of chemicals that disfigured his face.
- Ich wusste von diesem Laster. -I heard a rumor about this truck.
Die orangefarbenen tic-tacs sind Bleekers einziges Laster. Orange tic tacs are Bleeker's one and only vice.
Wäre Indirektheit ein Laster, wären wir alle beschmutzt. If obliquity were a vice we should all be tainted.
Trotz deiner Laster bist du der großzügigste Römer unserer Zeit. In spite of your vices, you are the most generous Roman of our time.
Sie setzt meinem Bruder Alessandro zu wegen seiner Laster. She is also nagging my brother, Alessandro, about his vices.
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