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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.

old-fashioned {adj}; customary {adj}; usual {adj} [listen] [listen] altgewohnt {adj} [obs.]

poor man; pauper (old-fashioned) Armer {m}; armer Schlucker {m} (veraltet) [soc.]

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

to bed sb. (have sex) (old-fashioned) jdn. ins Bett kriegen {vt} (Sex haben)

devilry [Br.] (old-fashioned); deviltry [Br.] (old-fashioned) Bosheit {f}; Bösartigkeit {f}; Arg {n} [geh.] (veraltet)

desperado (old-fashioned) Brigant {m}; Bandit {m}

funk [Br.] (old-fashioned) [listen] Drückeberger {m}

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

factotum; man Friday / girl Friday [Br.] (old-fashioned) Faktotum {n}; Mann/Mädchen für alle Fälle {n}

primer (old-fashioned) [listen] Fibel {f}; ABC-Buch {n} (Schule)

stunner; knockout; smasher [Br.] (old-fashioned) tolle Frau {f}; Superweib {f}; Bombe {f}; toller Kerl {m}

to womanize; to womanise [Br.]; to philander [old-fashioned]; 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 (old-fashioned) Friedensgespräch {n}; Unterredung {f} zur Konfliktbereinigung [pol.]

to parley with sb. (old-fashioned) mit jdm. Friedensgespräche führen {vt} [pol.]

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

gun moll; moll [Am.] [slang] (old-fashioned) Gangsterbraut {f}

balderdash; baloney; boloney [old-fashioned spelling]; 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}

granny (old-fashioned) [listen] Großmütterchen {n} [pej.]

outfitter [Br.] (old-fashioned); haberdasher [Am.] (old-fashioned) Herrenausstatter {m} [textil.]

haberdashery [Am.] (old-fashioned) Herrenbekleidung {f} [textil.]

haberdashery [Am.] (old-fashioned) Herrenmodengeschäft {m} [textil.]

foolery [Br.] (old-fashioned) Herumalbern {n}; albernes Getue {n}; Albernheit {f}

poor fellow/devil/blighter [Br.] (old-fashioned) [listen] armer Hund; armes Schwein; armer Tropf (veraltet)

brave (old-fashioned) [listen] Indianerkrieger {m} [soc.]

Jagannatha; Juggernaut (old-fashioned) (Hindu deity) Jagannatha {m} (Hindugottheit) [relig.]

to dispatch sb.; to despatch sb. (old-fashioned) jdn. ins Jenseits befördern {vt}

blighter [Br.] [coll.] (old-fashioned) Kerl {m}; Bursche {m}; Bengel {m} [listen]

bit hit; cracker [Br.]; blast [Am.]; corker [Br.] (old-fashioned) [listen] Knaller {m}; Knüller {m}; Hammer {m}; Hit {m}; tolle Sache {f} [listen]

emporium (old-fashioned) Kolonialwarenladen {m}; Kolonialwarengeschäft {n} (veraltet)

friendly kiss; buss [Am.] (old-fashioned) Küsschen {m}; Bussi {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Busserl {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Bussel {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.]

lechery (old-fashioned) Lüsternheit {f}; Geilheit {f}; Wollust {f}

a fallen woman (old-fashioned) (woman that has lost her innocence) ein gefallenes Mädchen (veraltet) (Mädchen, das seine Unschuld verloren hat) [soc.]

piccaninny [Br.]; pickaninny [Am.] (old-fashioned) [coll.] Negerkind {n} (veraltet) [ugs.]

pull-in [Br.] (old-fashioned); roadhouse [Am.] (old-fashioned) Rasthaus {n} [auto]

(inner) sanctum; sanctum sanctorum [humor.]; den [Br.] (old-fashioned) [listen] Refugium {n}; Privatraum {m}; Kemenate {f} [humor.]; Privatgemach {n} [humor.]

bad lot; bad sort; bad type (person) (old-fashioned) [Br.] Schlitzohr {n}; zwielichte Erscheinung {f} (Person)

At the moment, our cupboard is bare like old mother Hubbard's cupboard.; We are currently on short commons. (old-fashioned) Bei uns ist momentan Schmalhans Küchenmeister. (veraltend)

wooble man toy; wobble toy; wobble man; tumbler toy; weeble ®; roly-poly toy [Am.] (old-fashioned) Stehaufmännchen {n} (Spielzeug)

to trip the light fantastic; to shake a leg (old-fashioned) das Tanzbein schwingen; schwofen [ugs.] [humor.]

to be trending; to be the in thing; to be all the go [Br.] (old-fashioned) im Trend liegen; angesagt sein; in sein; hip sein [ugs.] {vi} [soc.]

apprehension (old-fashioned) [listen] Verständnis {n}; Begreifen {n}; Fassungskraft {f}; Fassungsvermögen {n} [listen]

vixen; harpy; harridan (old-fashioned) [listen] Xanthippe {f} (zänkische Frau) [listen]

excellent; superb; corking (old-fashioned); capital [Br.] (old-fashioned) [listen] [listen] [listen] ausgezeichnet; hervorragend; vorzüglich; exzellent; famos (veraltet) {adj} [listen] [listen]

half-witted; dim-witted; dull-witted (old-fashioned); dull (old-fashioned) (person) [listen] beschränkt; minderbemittelt; unterbelichtet; dämlich; einfältig [poet.] {adj} (Person) [listen]

like lightning; as fast as lightning; lickety-split [Am.] (old-fashioned) blitzschnell; pfeilschnell; wie der Blitz {adv}

to dally with sb. (old-fashioned) sich mit jdm. (sexuell) einlassen {vr}; mit jdm. eine Affäre haben [soc.]

swell [Am.] (old-fashioned) [listen] fein; vornehm; nobel; toll; klasse [ugs.]; großartig {adj} [listen] [listen] [listen]

gemmy (old-fashioned) funkelnd {adj}

grey-headed; grey-haired [Br.]; gray-headed; gray-haired [Am.]; hoar-headed (old-fashioned) grauhaarig {adj}

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