Gast-

Übersetzungen

Gạst-

:
Ga#st|ar|bei|ter(in)
m(f) (neg!)immigrant or foreign worker
Ga#st|do|zent(in)
m(f)visiting or guest lecturer

Gạst-

:
Ga#st|fa|mi|lie
fhost family
ga#st|frei, gạst|freund|lich
adjhospitable
advhospitably
Ga#st|freund|lich|keit
f <->, no pl, Gạst|freund|schaft
f <->, no plhospitality
ga#st|ge|bend
adj attr Land, Theaterhost attr; Mannschafthome attr
Ga#st|ge|ber
mhost
Ga#st|ge|be|rin
fhostess
Ga#st|ge|schenk
ntpresent (brought by a guest)
Ga#st|haus
nt, Gạst|hof
minn
Ga#st|hö|rer(in)
m(f) (Univ) → observer, auditor (US)

Gạst-

:
Ga#st|land
ga#st|lich
adjhospitable
advhospitably
Ga#st|lich|keit
f <->, no plhospitality
Ga#st|mahl
nt (old)banquet; Platos „Gastmahl“Plato’s “Symposium

Gạst-

:
Ga#st|pro|fes|sor(in)
Ga#st|recht
ntright to hospitality
Ga#st|red|ner(in)
m(f)guest speaker

Gạst-

:
Ga#st|spiel
nt (Theat) → guest performance; (Sport) → away match; ein Gast- geben (lit)to give a guest performance; (fig inf)to put in or make a fleeting or brief appearance
Ga#st|spiel|rei|se
f (Theat) → tour; auf Gast-on tour
Ga#st|stät|te
f (= Restaurant)restaurant; (= Trinklokal)pub (Brit), → bar
Ga#st|stät|ten|ge|wer|be
Ga#st|stu|be
flounge

Gạst-

:
Ga#st|vor|le|sung
f (Univ) → guest lecture
Ga#st|vor|stel|lung
f (Theat) → guest performance; eine Gast- gebento give a guest performance
Ga#st|vor|trag
Ga#st|wirt
m (Besitzer) → restaurant owner or proprietor; (Pächter) → restaurant manager; (von Kneipe)landlord
Ga#st|wir|tin
f (Besitzerin) → restaurant owner or proprietress; (Pächterin) → restaurant manageress; (von Kneipe)landlady
Ga#st|wirt|schaft
Ga#st|zim|mer
ntguest room