dicke Luft translation | German-English dictionary

dicke Luft exp.
a bad atmosphere

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
sour milk ; curd(s)
exp.
knockers ; hooters
exp.
Big Bertha
exp.
to be choking {or} gagging {or} dying for it
exp.
a real peasouper ; very thick fog
exp.
a big fat cigar
exp.
walls 3 metres {or} meters thick ; 3-metre {or} meter thick walls
exp.
to be thick with sb
exp.
to be fed up with all the nonsense
exp.
big flakes (of snow) are falling
exp.
to make one's downstrokes too thick
exp.
to be cheeky ; to act fresh
exp.
the worst is yet to come
exp.
from the air
exp.
rarefied air
exp.
to take a deep breath
[Lit.];[Fig.]
exp.
to fan sb
jdm kalte {etc} Luft zuwehen = to fan sb with cold {etc} air
exp.
to struggle for breath
exp.
to fan oneself
exp.
stale {or} stuffy air
exp.
to clear the air
[Lit.];[Fig.]
exp.
to hold one's breath
[Lit.]
exp.
gasping for air
exp.
to gasp for breath {or} air
exp.
to do time ; to be inside
exp.
to get some fresh air
exp.
to let some fresh air in
exp.
your/his {etc} big toe
exp.
to live on love/air
exp.
to squeeze all the breath out of sb ; to force sb into bankruptcy ; to squeeze the life(blood) out of sb
[Lit.]
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dicke

  
di•cke      adv  
inf  
    dick       adj, f, adv, c, d  


Dicke   Di•cke      f   , -, -n  
a    (=Stärke, Durchmesser)   thickness  ,   (bei Maßangaben auch)    depth
b    [+von Menschen, Körperteilen]   fatness  
Dicke   Di•cke      m/f   decl as adj  
inf   fatty inf  , fatso inf  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Dicke, Dicke, dick, dicketun


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