BEOLINGUS
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two-faced; underhand (person) hinterhältig; hinterlistig; hinterfotzig [Süddt.] [ugs.]; falsch; doppelzüngig [geh.] (Person) [listen]

He's two-faced. Er ist ein falscher Fünfziger. [übtr.]

underhand [Br.]; underhanded [Am.] versteckt; undurchsichtig; dubios; obskur; fragwürdig {adj} [listen]

an underhand tax eine versteckte Steuer

underhanded practices fragwürdige Praktiken

underhanded dealings obskure Machenschaften

It all seems very underhand. Das wirkt alles sehr suspekt.

in an underhand way [Br.]; underhand [Br.]; underhandedly [Am.] versteckt; obskur; fragwürdig {adv} [listen]

to do things underhand mit fragwürdigen Methoden arbeiten

underhand stope (underground mining) Firstenstufe {f}; Firstenstoß {m}; Abbaufirste {f}; Firste {f}; Strosse {f} (Untertagebau) [min.]

underhand stopes Firstenstufen {pl}; Firstenstöße {pl}; Abbaufirsten {pl}; Firsten {pl}; Strossen {pl}

to obtain sth. by underhand means; to get sth. by dishonest means (sich) etw. ergaunern {vt} [ugs.]

obtaining by underhand means; getting by dishonest means ergaunernd

obtained by underhand means; got by dishonest means ergaunert

stoping; underhand stoping; benching; benching work(ing) Strossenabbau {m} [min.]

to mine; to exploit; to work; to extract; to cut; to win; to break [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen] abbauen {vt} [min.] [listen]

to stope underhand einen Strossenstoß abbauen

to stope overhand im Firstenbau abbauen

to gopher planlos abbauen

to exhaust [listen] völlig abbauen