BEOLINGUS
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Hush! Shush!; Ssh!; Shh!; Whist! [Sc.] [Irl.]; Whisht! [Sc.] [Irl.]; Wheesht! [Sc.] [Irl.]; Hist! [archaic] (used to call for silence) Pst!; Psst!; Pscht!; Sch! {interj} (Aufforderung zum Stillsein)

to hush [listen] pst! sagen

Hush! Do you want to wake everyone? Pst! Willst du das ganze Haus aufwecken?

impeachment [Br.] [hist.] [listen] Anklage {f} wegen Staatsgefährdung [jur.]

oral history interviewing Befragung {f} von Zeitzeugen [hist.]

the tabloids; the tabloid press; the scandal-mongering press; the red tops [Br.]; the gutter press [Br.]; the yellow press [Am.] [hist.] die Boulevardpresse {f}; die Regenbogenpresse {f}; die Skandalpresse {f}; die Journaille {f} [geh.]; die Yellow Press {f} [ugs.]

fixed book price agreement; Net Book Agreement [Br.] [hist.] Buchpreisbindung {f}

(written) statement of facts (as the basis of a petition); memorial [hist.] [listen] Denkschrift {f}; Memorandum {n} [pol.]

plume; panache [hist.] Federbusch {m}

proto-history Frühgeschichte {f} [hist.]

mulct; amercement [Br.] [hist.] Geldbuße {f}

medicine cupboard; medicine chest [hist.] Hausapotheke {f} (Behälter)

research of local history Heimatforschung {f} [hist.]

Hunting Act; Game Act [Br.] [hist.] Jagdgesetz {n} [jur.]

spinster [hist.] [listen] Jungfer {f} (unverheiratete Frau) [hist.] [jur.]

speakeasy; blind pig; blind tiger [Am.] [hist.] (illicit drinking club during Prohibition) Kneipe {f} mit illegalem Alkoholausschank während der Prohibition in den USA

sb.'s bodyguard; sb.'s household troops [Br.] [hist.] jds. Leibwache {f}; jds. Leibgarde {f}

steamshovel [hist.] Löffelbagger {m}

bowler hat [Br.]; bowler [Br.]; derby hat [Am.]; derby [Am.]; plug hat [Am.] [Austr.] (rare); billycock [hist.] Melone {f} (runder, steifer Herrenhut) [textil.]

Lower Lithuania; Samogitia [hist.]; Zemaitija [hist.] Niederlitauen {n}; Samogitien {n} [hist.]; Schamaiten {n} [hist.] [geogr.]

mental health; mental hygiene [hist.] Psychohygiene {f}; psychische Hygiene {f} [med.]

anti-missile shield; National Missile Defense /NMD/ [Am.]; Strategic Defense Initiative /SDI/ [Am.] [hist.]; Star Wars [Am.] [coll.] Raketenschild {m}; Nationale Raketenabwehr {f}; Strategische Verteidigungsinitiative {f} [hist.]; Sternenkrieg {m} [ugs.] [mil.]

automatic roll player (for organs); concertola [hist.] Selbstspielapparat {m} für Orgeln; Organola {f} ® [mus.]

social history Sozialgeschichte {f}; Gesellschaftsgeschichte {f} [hist.]

history of technology Technikgeschichte {f} [hist.]

prehistory Urgeschichte {f}; Vorgeschichte {f}; Prähistorie {f} [hist.]

folly (ornamental building with no practical purpose in a historical park) [listen] (funktionsloser) Zierbau {m} (in einer historischen Parkanlage) [arch.] [hist.]

ahistorical; ahistoric geschichtsfrei; ahistorisch {adj} [hist.]

Mohist mohistisch {adj} [phil.] [hist.]

Syr Darya; Jaxartes [hist.]; Yaxartes [hist.] (river) Syrdarja {m}; Jaxartes {m} [hist.] (Fluss) [geogr.]

Izmir; Smyrna [hist.] (city in Turkey) Ismir; Smyrna {n} [hist.] (Stadt in der Türkei) [geogr.]

Ulan-Bator; Ulaanbaatar; Urga [hist.] (capital of Mongolia) Ulan-Bator; Urga [hist.] (Hauptstadt der Mongolei ) [geogr.]

Braunschweig; Brunswick [hist.] (city in Germany) Braunschweig (Stadt in Deutschland) [geogr.]

Aquitaine (historic region in France) Aquitanien (historische Provinz in Frankreich) [geogr.] [hist.]

history of customs Sittengeschichte {f} [hist.]

Regensburg (hist. also: Ratisbon; city in Bavaria, Germany) Regensburg (Stadt in Bayern) [geogr.]

city history; town hostory, history of a/the town/city Stadtgeschichte {f} [hist.]

company history; company's history; corporate history Firmengeschichte {f} [hist.] [econ.]

pharmacist; dispensing chemist [Br.]; druggist [Am.] (old-fashioned); apothecary [hist.] [listen] [listen] Apotheker {m}; Apothekerin {f} [pharm.] [listen]

pharmacists; dispensing chemists; druggists; apothecaries Apotheker {pl}; Apothekerinnen {pl}

bathhouse; bath [hist.] Badeanstalt {f}; Bad {n} [listen]

bathhouses; baths Badeanstalten {pl}; Bäder {pl}

the ancient Roman baths die antiken römischen Bäder

Barbarian {adj} durch die Barbaren; mit den Barbaren [hist.]

the Barbarian interlude in history das historische Intermezzo mit den Barbaren

jobber [Br.] [hist.] (stock exchange) Börsengroßhändler {m} [fin.]

jobbers Börsengroßhändler {pl}

ducat (historical coin) Dukat {m}; Dukaten {m} (historische Münze) [hist.]

ducats Dukaten {pl}

gold ducat Golddukaten {m}

silver ducat Silberdukaten {m}

community home [Br.]; approved school [Br.] [hist.] (offenes) Erziehungsheim {n}; Jugendfürsorgeanstalt {f} [adm.]

community homes; approved schools Erziehungsheime {pl}; Jugendfürsorgeanstalten {pl}

landlord; innkeeper (old-fashioned); saloon-keeper [Am.] [hist.] [listen] Gastwirt {m}; Wirt {m}; Gastwirtin {f}; Wirtin {f}

landlords; innkeepers; saloon-keepers Gastwirte {pl}; Wirte {pl}; Gastwirtinnen {pl}; Wirtinnen {pl}

prisoner transport vehicle; bun wagon; black Maria [Br.] [coll.] [hist.]; paddy waggon [Am.] [coll.]; divvy van [Austr.] [coll.] Gefangenentransportwagen {m}; Arrestantenwagen {m} [Ös.]; grüne Minna {f} [Dt.] [ugs.] [hist.]; grüner August {m} [BW] [ugs.] [hist.]; grüner Heinrich {m} [Ös.] [ugs.] [hist.]

prisoner transport vehicles; bun wagons; black Marias; paddy waggons; divvy vans Gefangenentransportwagen {pl}; Arrestantenwagen {pl}

liquor shop [Br.]; off licence [Br.]; liquor store [Am.]; package store [Can.]; bottle shop [Austr.]; ABC store Geschäft {n} / Laden {m} für Alkoholika; Getränkegeschäft {n}; Getränkeladen {m}

liquor shops; off licences; liquor stores; package stores; bottle shops; ABC stores Geschäfte {pl} / Läden {pl} für Alkoholika; Getränkegeschäfte {pl}; Getränkeladen {pl}

speakeasy [Am.] [hist.] (illicit liquor shop during Prohibition) illegaler Getränkeladen während der Prohibition in den USA

history [listen] Geschichte {f}; Historie {f} [geh.] [hist.] [listen]

the post-war history die Nachkriegsgeschichte {f}

the course of history der Lauf der Geschichte

to go down in history in die Geschichte eingehen

to be history [fig.] Geschichte sein; passé sein [übtr.]

History is in the making. Es wird gerade Geschichte geschrieben.

... and the rest is (, as we say,) history (well-known) ... und der Rest ist Geschichte. (allgemein bekannt)

historical society Geschichtsverein {m} [hist.] [soc.]

historical societies Geschichtsvereine {pl}

border resident; borderer [Br.] [hist.] Grenzbewohner {m}; Grenzer {m} [ugs.]

border residents; borderers Grenzbewohner {pl}; Grenzer {pl}

secondary modern school [Br.] [hist.]; junior high school [Am.] [listen] Hauptschule {f} [school] [listen]

secondary modern schools; junior high schools Hauptschulen {pl}

bilberries; whortleberries; whinberries, winberries, windberries, wimberries, myrtle blueberries; fraughans; huckleberries [Am.]; black-hearts [Br.] [hist.] (botanical genus) Heidelbeeren {pl}; Blaubeeren {pl} (Vaccinium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

European blueberry; common bilberry; blue whortleberry; blaeberry; hurtleberry Heidelbeere; Blaubeere; Schwarzbeere; Mollbeere; Wildbeere; Waldbeere; Bickbeere; Zeckbeere; Moosbeere; Heubeere [Süddt.] [Schw.] (Vaccinium myrtillus)

lingonberry; cowberry; mountain cranberry; foxberry Preiselbeere {f}; Kronsbeere {f} [Nordwestdt.]; Riffelbeere {f} [Bayr.]; Grestling {m} [Bayr.]; Grante {f} [Ös.] (Vaccinium vitis-idaea)

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