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long-dated langfristig; lang laufend {adj}; mit langer Laufzeit [fin.] [listen]

long-dated lease langfristige Miete

long-dated funding lange laufende Finanzierung(en)

short; short-dated; short-term; short-run [listen] kurzfristig {adj} [adm.] [listen]

The notice is too short (for me). Der Termin/Das ist (mir) zu kurzfristig.

old-fashioned; old-style; dated [listen] altmodisch {adj}

to put it in an old-fashioned way; to put it in old-fashioned terms um es einmal altmodisch auszudrücken

That dress looks a bit dated. Dieses Kleid wirkt etwas altmodisch.

night soil [dated] (faecal matter) Abortdünger {m}; Abtrittsdünger {m} [veraltet] (Fäkalien) [agr.] [hist.]

Aw, shucks!; Shucks! [Am.] [dated] [humor.] (used to express embarrassment) Ach was!; Ach, Quatsch! [Dt.] (Ausdruck des verlegenen Herunterspielens) {interj}

molestation [dated] Anpöbeln {n}; Pöbelei {f} [soc.]

script supervisor; continuity supervisor; continuity clerk [Am.] [dated]; script reader [Am.] [dated]; script girl [Am.] [dated] (film, TV) Anschlussüberwachung {f}; Continuity {f} (Film, TV)

poor man; pauper [dated] Armer {m}; armer Schlucker {m} [veraltet] [soc.]

window dressing; eyewash [Br.] [dated]; baloney [Am.] [listen] Augenwischerei {f}; Augenauswischerei {f} [Ös.]

bloom; spew [dated]; spue [dated] (on leathers tanned with vegetable tannins) (tanning) [listen] [listen] Ausblühung {f}; Blume {f} (auf Leder durch pflanzliche Gerbstoffe) (Gerben) [listen]

skunk bear; wolverine; carcajou [Am.]; glutton [dated] Bärenmarder {m}; Vielfraß {m}; Gierling {m}; Giermagen {m}; Gierschlund {m} (Gulo gulo) [zool.]

pestering; molestation [dated] Belästigung {f}; Behelligung {f} [geh.] [soc.]

smarty; smart alec [Br.]; smart aleck [Am.]; smarty-boots [Br.]; smarty-pants [Am.]; clever clogs [Br.]; clever Dick [Br.]; know-all [Br.]; know-it-all [Am.]; wise guy [Am.]; wiseacre [Am.] [dated]; wisenheimer; weisenheimer [Am.] [coll.] [listen] Besserwisser {m}; Schlauberger {m}; Schlaumeier {m}; Neunmalkluger {m} [Norddt.] [Mitteldt.]; Klugschnacker {m} [Norddt.]; Gescheitmeier {m} [Bayr.]; Gscheithaferl {n} [Bayr.]; Obergscheiter {m} [Ös.]

to bed sb. (have sex) [dated] jdn. ins Bett kriegen {vt} (Sex haben)

piece of junk; clunker [Am.]; flivver [Am.] [dated] Blechhaufen {m}; Schrotthaufen {m} (alte Maschine / altes Fluggerät in schlechtem Zustand) [aviat.] [mach.]

buffoonery; clownery; clownishness; fandangle [rare]; tomfoolery [dated] Blödelei {f}; Herumblödeln {n}; Herumalbern {n} [Dt.]; Herumgealbere {n} [Dt.]; Klamauk {m}; Clownerie {f}; Possenreißen {n} [geh.] [veraltend]

devilry [Br.] [dated]; deviltry [Br.] [dated] Bosheit {f}; Bösartigkeit {f}; Arg {n} [geh.] [veraltet]

desperado [dated] Brigant {m}; Bandit {m}

novemdecillion; decillion [Br.] [Austr.] [dated] Dezillion {f} [math.]

servant girl; serving maid; lady's maid; maid; maidservant [dated]; handmaid [archaic]; handmaiden [archaic] [listen] Dienstmädchen {n}; Hausmädchen {n}; Dienstmagd {f} (für grobe Arbeiten) [hist.]

funk [Br.] [dated] [listen] Drückeberger {m}

My sainted aunt! [Br.] [coll.] [dated] (used to express amazement) (Ach) Du liebes bisschen! [ugs.] {interj} (Ausdruck der Verwunderung)

trevigintillion; duodecillion [Br.] [Austr.] [dated] Duodezillion {f}; Dodezillion {f} [math.]

trequadragintillion; duovigintillion [Br.] [Austr.] [dated] Duovigintillion {f} [math.]

affiancing [poet.]; affiance [poet.]; betrothal [dated]; betrothment [dated]; espousal [archaic]; handfast [archaic]; trothplight [archaic]; plighting of your troth [archaic] Eheversprechen {n}; Verlobung {f} [soc.]

inflammation of the tissue around the prostate gland; periprostatitis; paraprostatitis [dated] Entzündung {f} des Bindesgewebes um die Vorsteherdrüse; Periprostatitis {f}; Paraprostatitis {f} [veraltet] [med.]

inheritance powder [humor.] [becoming dated] (arsenic) Erbschaftspulver {n} [humor.] [veraltend] (Arsen)

tuck [Br.] [coll.] [dated] [listen] Erfrischungen {pl}; Stärkungen {pl} (für Schüler) [cook.]

factotum; man Friday / girl Friday [Br.] [dated] Faktotum {n}; Mann/Mädchen für alle Fälle {n}

filthy animal; grubby guy; sloven [dated] Ferkel {n}; Dreckschwein {n}; Schweinigl {m}; Schmierlapp(en) {m} [Dt.]; Wutz {m,f} [Mittelwestdt.]; Pottsau {f} [Westdt.] [ugs.] [derb] (Schmutzfink)

primer [dated] [listen] Fibel {f}; Abc-Buch {n} (Schule)

excision of a fistula; fistulectomy; fistulotomy; syringectomy [dated]; syringotomy [dated] (operative) Fistelentfernung {f}; Fisteloperation {f}; Fistelgangausschneidung {f}; Fistelausschneidung {f}; Fistelspaltung {f}; Fistelexzision {f}; Fistulektomie {f}; Syringektomie {f} [veraltet] [med.]

flighty person; flibbertigibbet [Br.] [dated] [pej.] Flattergeist {m}; flatterhafter Mensch {m} [pej.]

stunner; knockout; smasher [Br.] [dated] tolle Frau {f}; Superweib {n}; Bombe {f}; toller Kerl {m}

to womanize; to womanise [Br.]; to philander [dated]; to have affairs (with sb.) (of a man or husband) hinter den Frauen her sein; mit vielen Frauen etwas anfangen; viele Affären haben (Mann); mit anderen Frauen etwas anfangen; Affären haben; fremdgehen (Ehemann) {vi} (mit jdm.) [soc.]

parley [dated] Friedensgespräch {n}; Unterredung {f} zur Konfliktbereinigung [pol.]

to parley with sb. [dated] mit jdm. Friedensgespräche führen {vt} [pol.]

wishbone; merrythought [Br.] [dated] Gabelbein {n} [ornith.] [anat.]

Adam's ale; Adam's wine [humor.] [dated] (water) Gänsewein {m} [humor.] [veraltend] (Wasser) [cook.]

gun moll; moll [Am.] [slang] [dated] Gangsterbraut {f}

rip-off; daylight robbery [Br.]; highway robbery [Am.] [coll.]; gyp [Am.] [coll.] [dated] Geldmacherei {f}; Nepp {m}; Wucher {m}; Abzocke {f} [ugs.]; Abzockerei {f} [ugs.]; Abriss {m} [Schw.] [ugs.]; Geldschneiderei {f} [veraltet]; Beutelschneiderei {f} [obs.] [pej.]

costermonger [Br.] [dated] Gemüsehändler {m} mit Handkarren

to spend a penny [Br.] [becoming dated] ([euphem.] for uninate) sein Geschäft verrichten ([euphem.] für urinieren) {v}

balderdash; baloney; boloney [dated]; blah; chatter; claptrap; drivel; guff; hogwash; jabberwocky; prattle; prating; yak; waffle [Br.] [listen] [listen] Geschwätz {n}; Gefasel {n}; (leeres) Gewäsch {n}; Gelaber {n}; Geplapper {n}; (sinnloses) Gerede {n}

glamour girl; glamour puss [dated] Glamourgirl {n}

granny [dated] [listen] Großmütterchen {n} [pej.]

hair-fixing spray; hairspray; hair lacquer [Br.] [dated]; lacquer [Br.] [dated] Haarspray {m,n}

Holy macaroons!; Holy mackerel! [Am.]; Holy moly! [Am.] [humor.] [dated]; Holy moley! [Am.] [humor.] [dated] (used to express surprise at sth. impressive or shocking) Heiliger Bimbam!; Heiliger Strohsack!; Heiliges Kanonenrohr! [ugs.] {interj} (Ausdruck negativer/positiver Überraschung)

gentleman's outfitter [Br.]; menswear shop [Br.]; menswear store [Am.]; men's clothier; haberdasher [Am.] [dated] Herrenausstatter {m} [textil.]

haberdashery [Am.] [dated] Herrenmodengeschäft {n} [textil.]

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