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tolle Sache {f}; Genuss {m}; Schmankerl {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.] [listen] treat [fig.] [listen]

(besonderes) Bonbon {n} [Dt.]; (besonderes) Zuckerl {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Gustostückerl {m} [Ös.]; (besonderes) Zückerchen {n} [Schw.] [übtr.] special treat; goody [coll.]; goodie [Br.] [coll.]

Ihn live zu erleben war ein Genuss. Seeing him live was a real treat.; It was a real treat to see him live.

(kulinarischer) Leckerbissen {m}; Delikatesse {f}; Schmankerl {n} [Süddt.] [Ös.]; Gustostückerl {m} [Ös.]; Gourmandise {f} [selten] [geh.] [cook.] delicacy; gourmet treat; treat; titbit [Br.] / tidbit [Am.] (small piece) [listen]

interessantes Detail {n}; Faktum {n}; Schmankerl {n} [Ös.] [Süddt.] [übtr.] titbit of information; titbit [Br.]; tidbit [Am.] [fig.]

Tratschgeschichen; Klatschgeschichten tidbits/snippets of gossip

Die Zeitschrift enthüllte einige pikante Details über den Tod von James Dean. The magazine revealed/unveiled a few juicy tidbits about the death of James Dean.

Unser Führer gab einige Schmankerln über das Leben der Schlossherren zum Besten. Our guide gave us some titbits about the life of the lords of the castle.
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