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Schüt•zen•fest      nt   fair featuring shooting matches   fair featuring shooting matches  
The [[Schützenfest]] is celebrated in rural areas, particularly in Austria and Southern Germany. Archery competitions are held and the winners become the Schützenkönig and Schützenkönigin. Their prize is usually a chain which is placed around their neck and which they keep until the following year. Usually there is also a parade and a small fair.  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
der letzte Rest vom Schützenfest exp.
the last little bit

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"Schützenfest": examples and translations in context
Waren Sie schon auf dem Schützenfest? Have you been to the Marksmen's Festival?
Es ist doch morgen Schützenfest. Ach so! I want to know what's going on in the big city. Fair?
Tati. Nach dem Triumph von "Tatis Schützenfest", 1949 als bester Film ausgezeichnet, nimmt Jacques Tati ein Projekt in Angriff, bei dem es darum geht, in Saint-Marc und Saint-Nazaire "das einfache Leben, die Ferienatmosphäre" einzufangen. Tati, after the triumph of "Jour de Fête", which won the Grand Prix of French cinema in 1949, Jacques Tati set out to depict "the simple life, the holiday atmosphere" at Saint Marc and Saint-Nazaire.
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