Volks-

Volks-

(fɔlks)
präfix + Substantiv
1. sich auf alle Einwohner eines Landes beziehend Volksvertreter Volkswohl Volkszählung
2. Volkslied Volksmärchen Volkstanz Volkstheater
3. auf allgemeiner Erfahrung beruhend Volksglaube Volksweisheit
4. im ganzen Volk verbreitet Volkskrankheit Volkssport
Übersetzungen

Volks-

in cpdspopular; (= auf ein Land bezogen)national; (Pol) → people’s;
Vo#lks|ab|stim|mung
Vo#lks|ar|mee
f (DDR) → People’s Army
Vo#lks|ar|mist
m <-en, -en>, Vọlks|ar|mis|tin
f <-, -nen> (DDR) → soldier in the People’s Army
Vo#lks|auf|stand
Vo#lks|aus|ga|be
Vo#lks|be|auf|trag|te(r)
mf decl as adjpeople’s representative or delegate
Vo#lks|be|fra|gung
Vo#lks|be|frei|ungs|ar|mee
Vo#lks|be|geh|ren
ntpetition for a referendum
Vo#lks|be|lus|ti|gung
Vo#lks|be|we|gung
Vo#lks|bil|dung
fnational education; (= Erwachsenenbildung)adult education
Vo#lks|brauch
Vo#lks|bü|che|rei
Vo#lks|büh|ne
fpeople’s theatre (Brit) → or theater (US)
Vo#lks|cha|rak|ter
Vo#lks|de|mo|kra|tie
fpeople’s democracy
Vo#lks|deut|sche(r)
mf decl as adjethnic German
Vo#lks|dich|ter(in)
m(f)people’s poet
Vo#lks|dich|tung
ffolk literature; (= Gedichte)folk poetry
vo#lks|ei|gen
adj (DDR) → nationally-owned; (in Namen) → People’s Own
Vo#lks|ei|gen|tum
nt (DDR) → national property, property of the people; im Volks-nationally-owned, owned by the people
Vo#lks|ein|kom|men
Vo#lks|emp|fin|den
ntpublic feeling; das gesunde Volks-popular sentiment
Vo#lks|ent|scheid
Vo#lks|er|he|bung
Vo#lks|ety|mo|lo|gie
Vo#lks|feind(in)
m(f)enemy of the people
vo#lks|feind|lich
adjhostile to the people
Vo#lks|fest
ntpublic festival; (= Jahrmarkt)funfair
Vo#lks|front
f (Pol) → popular front
Vo#lks|ge|nos|se
m, Vọlks|ge|nos|sin
f (NS) → national comrade
Vo#lks|ge|richts|hof
m (NS) → People’s Court
Vo#lks|ge|sund|heit
Vo#lks|glau|be(n)
Vo#lks|grup|pe
fethnic group; (= Minderheit)ethnic minority
Vo#lks|held(in)
m(f)popular hero/heroine; (= Held des Landes)national hero/heroine
Vo#lks|herr|schaft
Vo#lks|hoch|schu|le
fadult education centre (Brit) → or center (US); einen Kurs an der Volks- machento do an adult education class; (am Abend auch) → to do an evening class

Vọlks-

:
Vo#lks|ini|ti|a|ti|ve
f (Pol) (Ger) petition for a matter to be debated in the state parliament (Sw) → petition for a referendum
Vo#lks|jus|tiz
Vo#lks|kam|mer
Vo#lks|krank|heit
Vo#lks|kü|che
Vo#lks|kun|de
ffolklore
Vo#lks|kund|ler
m <-s, ->, Vọlks|kund|le|rin
f <-, -nen> → folklorist
vo#lks|kund|lich
adjfolkloristic; ein Volks-es Institutan institute of folklore
Vo#lks|lauf
m (Sport) → open cross-country race
Vo#lks|lied
ntfolk song
Vo#lks|mär|chen
ntfolk tale
Vo#lks|mei|nung
Vo#lks|men|ge
fcrowd, mob (pej)
Vo#lks|mund
m, no plvernacular; im Volks- nennt man das …this is popularly called …, in the vernacular this is called
Vo#lks|mu|sik
vo#lks|nah
adjpopular, in touch with the people; (Pol) → grass-roots attr
Vo#lks|nä|he
f sie ist bekannt für ihre Volks-she is renowned for her popular touch
Vo#lks|par|tei
fpeople’s party
Vo#lks|po|e|sie
ffolk poetry
Vo#lks|po|li|zei
f (DDR) → People’s Police
Vo#lks|po|li|zist(in)
m(f) (DDR) → member of the People’s Police
Vo#lks|re|de
f (rare: lit)public speech; (inf)(long) speech; du sollst keine Volks- halten! (inf)I/we don’t want any speeches!
Vo#lks|re|pub|lik
fpeople’s republic
Vo#lks|sa|ge
Vo#lks|schicht
Vo#lks|schul|ab|schluss ?
Vo#lks|schu|le
f (dated)˜ elementary school (Hist), school providing basic primary and secondary education
Vo#lks|schü|ler(in)
m(f) (dated)˜ pupil at elementary school (Hist)
Vo#lks|schul|leh|rer(in)
m(f) (dated)˜ elementary school teacher (Hist)
Vo#lks|see|le
fsoul of the people; die kochende Volks-the seething or angry populace
Vo#lks|seu|che
fepidemic
Vo#lks|sou|ve|rä|ni|tät
f (Pol) → sovereignty of the people
Vo#lks|sport
Vo#lks|spra|che
Vo#lks|staat
m (Pol) → people’s state
Vo#lks|stamm
mtribe
Vo#lks|stim|me
fvoice of the people
Vo#lks|stück
Vo#lks|sturm
m (Hist) → Volkssturm, German territorial army
Vo#lks|tanz
Vo#lks|the|a|ter
ntfolk theatre (Brit) → or theater (US); (Gattung auch) → folk drama
Vo#lks|tracht
ftraditional costume; (eines Landes) → national costume
Vo#lks|trau|er|tag
mnational day of mourning, ˜ Remembrance Day (Brit), → ˜ VeteransDay (US)
Vo#lks|tri|bun
m (Hist) → tribune (of the people)
Vo#lks|tum
nt <-s>, no plnational traditions pl, → folklore
Volks|tü|me|lei
f <-, -en> (inf)folksiness (inf)
vo#lks|tüm|lich
adjfolk attr, → folksy (inf); (= traditionell, überliefert)traditional; (= beliebt)popular; ein Volks-er Königa king with the common touch
adv etw Volks- darstellento popularize sth; etw Volks- ausdrückento express oneself in plain language
Vo#lks|tüm|lich|keit
f <->, no plfolksiness (inf); (= traditionelle, überlieferte Art)tradition; (= Beliebtheit)popularity; (von Darstellungs-, Ausdrucksweise)popular appeal; (von König)common touch
vo#lks|ver|bun|den
Vo#lks|ver|füh|rer(in)
m(f)demagogue
Vo#lks|ver|het|zung
fincitement (of the people or masses)
Vo#lks|ver|mö|gen
Vo#lks|ver|samm|lung
fpeople’s assembly; (= Kundgebung)public gathering
Vo#lks|ver|tre|ter(in)
Vo#lks|ver|tre|tung
frepresentative body (of the people)
Vo#lks|wirt(in)
m(f)economist
Vo#lks|wirt|schaft
fnational economy; (Fach) → economics sing, → political economy; Volks- und Betriebswirtschafteconomics and business studies
Vo#lks|wirt|schaft|ler(in)
m(f)economist
vo#lks|wirt|schaft|lich
adj Schaden, Nutzeneconomic
Vo#lks|wirt|schafts|leh|re
Vo#lks|wohl
Vo#lks|zäh|lung
f(national) census
Vo#lks|zorn
Vo#lks|zu|ge|hö|rig|keit