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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; dated [listen] altmodisch; unmodern {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.

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)

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

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.]

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)

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

lady-love; fancy woman [dated] Geliebte {f}

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

the charts; the top twenty; the hit parade [dated] (weekly listing of the current bestselling pop records) die Hitliste {f}; die Hitparade {f}; die Charts {f} (wöchentliche Rangliste der meistverkauften Popmusikaufnahmen) [mus.]

Limey [Am.] [Austr.] [NZ] [coll.]; Lime-juicer [Austr.] [coll.] [dated]; Pommy [Austr.] [NZ] [coll.]; Pommie [Austr.] [NZ] [coll.]; Sassenach [Sc.] [Irl.] [coll.] (Englishman) Inselaffe {m} [slang] [pej.] [soc.] (Engländer)

playboy; swinger [dated] Lebemann {m}; Playboy {m}

meed [dated] Lohn {m} [listen]

stomachic [dated] Magenmittel {n} [pharm.]

my/his/her/their family; my/his/her/their folks [Am.]; my/his/her/their people [dated] [listen] [listen] [listen] die Meinigen / die meinigen {pl}; die Seinigen / die seinigen {pl}; die Ihrigen / die ihrigen {pl} [soc.]

to be like a cat on a hot tin roof [coll.]; to be like a cat on hot bricks [Br.] [coll.] [dated] ein einziges Nervenbündel sein; ganz aus dem Häuschen sein {vi} [ugs.]

squirt [dated] [listen] Pimpf {m} (kleiner Junge) [ugs.]

to go bust; to go broke; to go bump; to go under; to go to the wall; to go belly up; to smash [dated] [coll.] [listen] Pleite machen; pleitegehen; koppheister gehen [Nordddt.]; eingehen [ugs.] {vi} [econ.] [listen]

the smart set; the fashionable; the beautiful people; the beau monde; (the world of) the swells [dated] die Schickeria {f}; die elegante Welt; die Seitenblickegesellschaft {f} [Ös.] [humor.]; die Hautevolee {f} [veraltend] [soc.]

scruffy oik [Br.]; slattern [dated]; slut [dated] [pej.] (unkempt woman) [listen] [listen] Schlampe {f}; Schlampampe {f}; Schluse {f}; Lusche {f} [Dt.]; Ruschel {f} [Dt.]; Schlunze {f} [Norddt.] [Mitteldt.]; Stranze {f} [Süddt.] [veraltend]; Strunze {f} [Dt.] [veraltend] [pej.] (ungepflegte Frau) [listen]

coed [Am.] [dated] Schülerin {f} an einer gemischten Schule [school]

soda water; carbonated drinking water; seltzer water (dated) Sodawasser {n}; kohlensäurehaltiges Trinkwasser {n} [cook.]

Rather! [Br.] [dated] In der Tat!; Weiß Gott! {interj}

sb.'s fiancé; sb.'s affianced [poet.]; sb.'s betrothed [dated] jds. Verlobter {m}; jds. Zukünftiger {m} [ugs.]; jds. Auserwählter {m} [humor.] [soc.]

two bits [dated] [Am.] [slang] Vierteldollar {m}; 25 Cent (als Wert) [fin.]

fathering; begetting [dated] Zeugung {f} [biol.]

humpbacked; humpy; kyphotic; hunchbacked [dated]; crookback [archaic]; gibbous [archaic] bucklig; buckelig; kyphös {adj} [med.]

pukka (dated) echt; original {adj} [listen]

post-haste (dated) eiligst; schnellstens; baldigst {adv}

to unman sb. (dated) jdn. entmutigen; jdn. schwachwerden lassen {vt}

unsolicitous (dated) freiwillig {adj} [listen]

to fornicate (dated) herumhuren {vi}; Unzucht treibend

hither (dated) hierher {adv}

short-lived; short-dated kurzlebig {adj}

game (dated) lahm; angeknackst [ugs.] {adj} [listen]

having liver disease; liverish (dated) leberkrank {adj} [med.]

lethargic; lethargical [dated] lethargisch {adj}

Muslim; Moslem; Muhammadan [dated]; Mohammedan [dated] [listen] moslemisch; mohammedanisch [ugs.] (veraltet) {adj} [relig.]

real; proper [Br.]; regular [dated] [listen] [listen] [listen] richtig; richtiggehend; regelrecht {adj} [listen]

blusterous (dated) schimpfend {adj}

infertile; sterile; barren [dated] [listen] unfruchtbar; zeugungsunfähig; steril {adj} [biol.]

dated [listen] veraltet {adj} [ling.] [listen]

tomboy; hoyden [dated] verkappter Junge {m} [Norddt.] [Mitteldt.]; verkappter Bub/Bursche {m} [Süddt.] [Ös.] [Schw.]; Lausemädchen {n}; wildes Mädchen {n}; Wildfang {m} (burschikoses Mädchen)

to be promised in marriage to sb.; to be betrothed to sb. [dated] mit jdm. verlobt werden; jdm. versprochen werden [poet.] {vi} [soc.]

to affiance [poet.]; to betroth [dated]; to plight [archaic] sb. to sb. jdn. jdm. versprechen (altertümlich); jdn. mit jdm. verloben {vt} [soc.]

to swaddle a baby (dated) ein Baby wickeln {vt}

wilful; willful [Am.]; premeditated; prepense [dated] willentlich; mutwillig; vorsätzlich {adj} [jur.]

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