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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
Nehmen Sie wenigstens die Mütze ab. Would you at least take off your hat.
- Na ja, ohne Mütze. - Yeah. Well, no, he didn't have a hat.
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...
- Du musst eine Mütze tragen. -You will have to wear a beanie.
Setz deine Mütze auf, mein Junge. Put your beanie on, Son.
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