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Müt•ze      f   , -, -n   cap  
(=Pudelmütze, Pelzmütze)  
die Mütze ziehen      to doff one's cap dated        (fig)   to take one's hat off (vor jdm to sb)  
was or eins auf die Mütze kriegen      inf   to get a ticking-off   (Brit)   inf   inf  or telling-off    (=verprügelt werden)   to get thumped   (Brit)   inf   inf  or bashed   
eine Mütze voll Schlaf      inf   a good kip   (Brit)   inf   , a long nap  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Mut, Muter, muten, Münze

die Mütze ziehen exp.
to doff one's cap ; to take one's hat off ({vor jdm} to sb)

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
a peaked cap
a good kip ; a long nap
to touch one's cap
to pull one's hat further down over one's face
to get a ticking-off {or} telling-off ; to get thumped {or} bashed
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"Mütze": examples and translations in context
Nächstes Mal trage ich diese Mütze nicht. Next time I won't be wearing this hat.
In meine Mütze kommen alle Schlüssel und Uhren. We'll put all keys and watches in the hat over there.
Das ist die Mütze eines Admirals. That is the cap of a full commander.
Davy Crockett trug eine Mütze aus Waschbärfell ... Davy Crockett wore this cap made of raccoon skin...
Dann kriegst du halt die Mütze. You can wear the beanie then.
Nehmen Sie wenigstens die Mütze ab. Would you at least take off your hat.
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