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Seemannsgarn

  
See•manns•garn      nt   no pl  
inf   sailor's yarn  
Seemannsgarn spinnen      to spin a yarn  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
Seemannsgarn spinnen exp.
to spin a yarn

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"Seemannsgarn": examples and translations in context
Die alten Seeleute veralbern sich gegenseitig mit diesem Seemannsgarn und am Ende glauben sie sogar noch daran. These old sea dogs tell yarns to kid each other... and end up believing it all themselves.
Was er uns erzählte, war alles das reinste Seemannsgarn. Everything he told us was pure fabrication.
Ich gebe nichts auf King George oder Seemannsgarn, das Hoffnung auf Heilung verspricht. I care not for King George or tavern yarns That give hope for a healed limb.
Ich will nicht, daß der Song "Seemannsgarn" heißt. I don't want a song called "A big lie".
So wurde aus: "Mein einzigartiges Seemannsgarn" So, "A fish story of my own solitude"
Auffällig sind die Nähte und Details aus Seemannsgarn. Der PUMA Formstrip erstrahlt in glänzendem Gold, das nicht nur bei Sneakerpiraten einen Rausch auslösen wird! It features the infamous Disc closure system, heavy weave pull tabs and exclusive Goonies film logos on heel, sockliner and midsole.
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