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zum

  
contr  
     zu dem   
a      (räumlich)    geht es hier zum Bahnhof?      is this the way to the station?  
"Gasthof Zum Löwen"      "The Lion Inn"  
b      (mit Infinitiv)    zum Schwimmen gehen      to go swimming  
zum Essen gehen      to go and eat  
c      (Folge)    es ist zum Verrücktwerden/Weinen      it's enough to drive you mad   (esp Brit)  or crazy inf  /make you cry  
d      (Zweck)    dieses Gerät ist zum Messen des Blutdrucks      this apparatus is for measuring (the) blood pressure  
e      (in Verbindung mit vb siehe auch dort)    zum Spießbürger/Verräter werden      to become bourgeois/a traitor  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Zaum, zu, zumal, zumute

zum Anfassen exp.
accessible ; approachable

Entry related to:anfassen

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
in the main ; for the most part
exp.
please take one
das ist zum Mitnehmen
exp.
for (one's own) personal use
exp.
for the (third and) last time of asking
exp.
ready (for the start)
[Sport]
exp.
up(wards) toward(s) the light
exp.
to the utmost
exp.
to join up ; to join the army
exp.
go to your master
exp.
to go to the baker's
exp.
such as
exp.
to go on the stage
exp.
to be one of the regulars {etc}
exp.
something to nibble
exp.
warmongering
exp.
to become a laughing stock
exp.
to go for a picnic
exp.
to break out ; to erupt ; to explode
exp.
to sound the departure ; to say it's time to go
[Lit.]
exp.
to turn out all right
exp.
to go over to the attack ; to take the offensive
exp.
to resort to extremes
exp.
to assert {or} show itself ; to reveal itself
[Fig.]
exp.
to climb (up) to the summit
exp.
to go/get {or} break into films {or} movies
exp.
to be superstitious
exp.
to take extreme measures
exp.
to come up for air
exp.
to rise to be head of department
exp.
at the earliest possible date

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