heikel translation | German-English dictionary



hei•kel      adj  
a    (=schwierig, gefährlich)   [Angelegenheit, Situation, Thema]   tricky, delicate  
[Frage]   awkward, tricky
b    dial   [Mensch]   particular, pernickety inf  , persnickety   (US)   inf   (in Bezug auf    +acc   about)  
fussy, particular  ,   (in Bezug aufs Essen)    fussy, choosy
c    dial   [Stoff, Farbe]   difficult  
der Stoff ist mir zu heikel      that material is too much of a nuisance  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

heil, Henkel, Hesekiel, hei

der Stoff ist mir zu heikel exp.
that material is too much of a nuisance

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'heikel' found in translations in English-German dictionary
weil dieses Thema so heikel ist
unsere Finanzlage ist heikel
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"heikel": examples and translations in context
- Obwohl es irgendwie heikel ist. It's kind of sensitive, though.
Wir wissen, wie heikel diese Region ist. We know how sensitive the region is.
- dann würde ich sagen, das war extrem ... heikel. - I would have thought it was extremely... delicate.
- Du weißt, wie heikel die Situation ist. You know how delicate the situation is.
Ich muss Ihnen sicher nicht sagen wie heikel dieser Einsatz ist. I must certainly not say how sensitive this application.
Die Frage der Gefahrenabwehr ist besonders heikel. The subject of security is particularly sensitive.
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