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novel [listen] neuartig; neu {adj} [listen]

novel [listen] Roman {m}

novels Romane {pl}

rural novel; regional novel Heimatroman {m}

novel form Romanform {f}

novel forms Romanformen {pl}

novel of matters Sittenroman {m}

novels of matters Sittenromane {pl}

adventure novel Abenteuerroman {m}

adventure novels Abenteuerromane {pl}

cloak-and-dagger novel Agentenroman {m}; Spionageroman {m} [lit.]

cloak-and-dagger novels Agentenromane {pl}; Spionageromane {pl}

bestseller; best-selling novel; hit novel Bestseller {m}; Erfolgsroman {m} [lit.]

bestsellers; best-selling novels; hit novels Bestseller {pl}; Erfolgsromane {pl}

graphic novel Bilderzählung {f}; Zeichentrickroman {m}; Comic-Roman {m}; Autoren-Comic {m} (in Buchform) [lit.]

graphic novels Bilderzählungen {pl}; Zeichentrickromane {pl}; Comic-Romane {pl}; Autoren-Comics {pl}

bildungsroman; education novel Bildungsroman {m}

bildungsromans; education novels Bildungsromane {pl}

epistolary novel Briefroman {m} [lit.]

epistolary novels Briefromane {pl}

private detective novel; private investigator novel; PI novel Detektivroman {m} [lit.]

private detective novels; private investigator novels; PI novels Detektivromane {pl}

Don Quixote (character in a novel by Cervantes) Don Quichotte (Romanfigur von Cervantes) [lit.]

entwicklungsroman; development novel Entwicklungsroman {m} [lit.]

fantasy novel Fantasy-Roman {m}

fantasy novels Fantasy-Romane {pl}

serial novel; serial [listen] Fortsetzungsroman {m}

serial novels; serials Fortsetzungsromane {pl}

contemporary novel Gegenwartsroman {m} [art]

contemporary novels Gegenwartsromane {pl}

penny dreadful; dime novel [Am.] Groschenroman {m}; Heftroman {m}; Hintertreppenroman {m}; Kitschroman {m}; Billigroman {m} [lit.]

penny dreadfuls; dime novels Groschenromane {pl}; Heftromane {pl}; Hintertreppenromane {pl}; Kitschromane {pl}; Billigromane {pl}

trashy novel Kitschroman {m}

trashy novels Kitschromane {pl}

serialized pulp novel Kolportageroman {m} [lit.]

serialized pulp novels Kolportageromane {pl}

mystery story; mystery novel; detective story Krimi {m}; Kriminalgeschichte {f}

mystery stories; mystery novels Krimis {pl}; Kriminalgeschichten {pl}

detective novel; mystery novel Kriminalroman {m} [lit.]

detective novels; mystery novels Kriminalromane {pl}

Künstlerroman; artist novel Künstlerroman {m}

romantic novel Liebesroman {m}

romantic novels Liebesromane {pl}

write-along novel; collaborative novel Mitschreibroman {m}; Interaktivroman {m} [lit.]

write-along novels; collaborative novels Mitschreibromane {pl}; Interaktivromane {pl}

the new; the unfamiliar; the novel das Neue {n}

character in a novel; figure of a novel Romanfigur {f}; Romangestalt {f}; Romanheld {m}; Romanheldin {f}

characters in a novel; figures of a novel Romanfiguren {pl}; Romangestalten {pl}; Romanhelden {pl}; Romanheldinnen {pl}

cheak romance novel; dime-store romance novel [Am.]; pulp magazines; the pulps Romanheft {n}; Romanheftchen {n}

the original novel die Romanvorlage {f}

the original novels die Romanvorlagen {pl}

horror novel; Gothic novel Schauerroman {m}; Gruselroman {m} [lit.]

horror novels; Gothic novels Schauerromane {pl}; Gruselromane {pl}

funny novel Schmunzelroman {m}

funny novels Schmunzelromane {pl}

trashy novel; pulp novel Schundroman {m} [lit.]

trashy novels; pulp novels Schundromane {pl}

non-fiction novel Tatsachenroman {m}

non-fiction novels Tatsachenromane {pl}

light novel Trivialroman {m}

light novels Trivialromane {pl}

science fiction novel Zukunftsroman {m}

cliffhanger ending; cliffhanger (sudden ending to a novel or an episode of a serial, leaving the audience in suspense) abruptes Ende {n} im spannendsten Augenblick (Roman, Folge einer Serie)

He wrote a novel with a kick. Er schrieb einen Roman mit Pfiff.

triffids {pl} (plants in the science-fiction novel "The Day of the Triffids" by John Wyndham) Triffids {pl} (Pflanzen im Science-Fiction-Roman "Die Triffids" von John Wyndham)

Quasimodo (fictional character Victor Hugo's novel "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, 1831) Quasimodo (fiktiver Charakter in Victor Hugos Roman "Der Glöckner von Notre-Dame", 1831) [lit.]

dime novel [Am.]; penny novel Romanheft {n} [lit.]

picaresque novel Schelmenroman {m} [lit.]

picaresque novels Schelmenromane {pl}

the novel's title; the title of the novel Romantitel {m} [lit.]

family novel Familienroman {m} [lit.]

base [listen] Ausgangspunkt {m} (auch [übtr.])

an ideal base for touring the area ein idealer Ausgangspunkt für Ausflüge in die Umgebung

the base for the novel der Ausgangspunkt für den Roman

debut Debüt {n}

debuts Debüts {pl}

debut novel Romandebüt {n}

to debut sth. etw. zum ersten Mal zeigen/vorstellen

documentation (testimony) (of sth.) [listen] Dokumentation {f} (Zeugnis [übtr.]) {+Gen.}

The novel might be viewed as a documentation of a personal evolution. Man könnte den Roman als Dokumentation einer persönlichen Entwicklung sehen.

episodic Episoden...; Fortsetzungs... {adj}

episodic novel Fortsetzungsroman {m}

episodic actor Episodendarsteller {m}

sequel (to a successful film/book) [listen] Fortsetzung {f} (zu einem erfolgreichen Film/Buch) [listen]

sequels Fortsetzungen {pl}

a three-sequel TV program(me) ein TV-Dreiteiler

She's writing a sequel to her first novel. Sie schreibt an einer Fortsetzung zu ihrem ersten Roman.

idea [listen] Idee {f}; Einfall {m} [listen]

ideas [listen] Ideen {pl}; Einfälle {pl}

a brilliant idea eine geniale Idee

novel idea neue Idee

to be brim-full of new ideas vor neuen Ideen sprudeln

to pick sb.'s brains jdn. um Ideen bitten

It was his idea to postpone the intervew. Es war seine Idee, das Interview zu verschieben.

Was it really such a good idea for us to come here? War es wirklich eine gute Idee, hierherzukommen?

I got the idea to extend the the portal. Mir kam die Idee, das Portal auszubauen.

This idea has still a hold on the public mind; This idea still hasn't been laid to rest. Diese Idee spukt noch immer in den Köpfen (herum).; Diese Vorstellung geistert immer noch in den Köpfen herum.

liveliness; vibrancy (of a thing) Lebendigkeit {f}; Lebenskraft {f}; Leben {f}; Spannkraft {f}; Vitalität {f} (einer Sache) [listen]

the district's multicultural liveliness das multikulturelle Leben in dem Bezirk

the vibrancy of the characters in the novel die Lebendigkeit der Figuren in dem Roman

food; foodstuff [listen] Lebensmittel {n}; Nahrung {f}; Nahrungsmittel {n} [listen] [listen] [listen]

foods; foodstuffs Lebensmittel {pl} [listen]

organic food Bio-Lebensmittel; Bio-Kost {f}

perishable food leicht verderbliche Lebensmittel

functional food funktionelles Lebensmittel; Functional Food

novel food neuartige Lebensmittel; Novel Food

processed food; processed foodstuff (industriell) verarbeitete Lebensmittel

to provide with food mit Nahrung versorgen

food deficit countries Länder mit Nahrungsmitteldefizit

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