Berg-

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Berg-

in cpdsmountain; (= Bergbau-)mining;
berg|a#b
advdownhill; es geht mit ihm Berg- (fig)he is going downhill
Be#rg|ab|hang
Be#rg|ab|satz
mledge
Be#rg|ab|sturz
mdrop
berg|a#b|wärts
advdownhill
Be#rg|ahorn
msycamore (tree)
Be#rg|aka|de|mie

Berg-

:
Be#rg|amt
berg|a#n
adv = bergauf(wärts)
Be#rg|ar|bei|ter(in)
m(f)miner
berg|auf|(wärts)
advuphill; es geht wieder bergauf (fig)things are getting better or looking up; es geht mit seinem Geschäft/seiner Gesundheit wieder bergaufhis business/health is looking up
Be#rg|bahn
fmountain railway; (= Seilbahn)funicular or cable railway
Be#rg|bau
m, no plmining
Be#rg|bau|er
Be#rg|bäu|e|rin
f(female) mountain farmer
Be#rg|be|woh|ner(in)
m(f)mountain dweller
Be#rg|dorf

Bẹrg-

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Be#rg|fach
ntmining
Be#rg|fahrt
f
mountaineering or climbing expedition; auf Berg- gehento go mountaineering etc or on a mountaineering etc expedition
(auf Fluss) → upstream passage; (von Seilbahn) → uphill or upward journey
Be#rg|fex
m (inf)mountaineering enthusiast or freak (inf)
Be#rg|fried
m <-(e)s, -e> → keep
Be#rg|füh|rer(in)
m(f)mountain guide
Be#rg|geist
Be#rg|gip|fel
Be#rg|grat
Be#rg|hang
be#rg|hoch
adj Wellen, Haufenmountainous; berghoher Müllmountains of rubbish
adv die Wellen stiegen Berg-the waves reached mountainous heights; der Müll türmt sich Berg-mountains of rubbish are piling up; die Akten stapeln sich schon Berg-the files are already piling up a mile high
Be#rg|hüt|te
fmountain hut or refuge, bothy (Scot)

Bẹrg-

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Be#rg|in|ge|ni|eur(in)
Be#rg|kamm
Be#rg|kes|sel
mcirque, corrie
Be#rg|ket|te
be#rg|krank
Be#rg|krank|heit
Be#rg|krax|ler
m <-s, ->, Bẹrg|krax|le|rin
f <-, -nen> (esp Aus inf) → mountaineer
Be#rg|kris|tall
Be#rg|kup|pe
f(round) mountain top
Be#rg|land
nthilly or (= Gebirgsland) → mountainous country; (= Gegend)hilly/mountainous region; (= Landschaft)hilly/mountainous scenery
Be#rg|luft

Bẹrg-

:
Be#rg|not
f in Berg- sein/geratento be in/get into difficulties while climbing; jdn aus Berg- rettento rescue sb who was in difficulties while climbing
Be#rg|pfad
Be#rg|pla|teau
Be#rg|pre|digt
f (Bibl) → Sermon on the Mount
be#rg|reich
adjmountainous
Be#rg|ren|nen
nt (Sport) → hill climbing; ein Berg-a hill climb
Be#rg|ret|tungs|dienst
Be#rg|rie|se
Be#rg|rü|cken
Be#rg|rutsch
mlandslide (auch fig), → landslip
Be#rg|sat|tel
m(mountain) saddle, col
Be#rg|schrund
mbergschrund (spec)
Be#rg|schuh
be#rg|seits, bẹrg|sei|tig
advon the mountain side
Be#rg|spit|ze
Be#rg|sta|ti|on
be#rg+stei|gen
vi sep irreg aux sein or haben, infin and ptp onlyto go mountain climbing or mountaineering, to mountaineer; Berg- gehento go mountain climbing or mountaineering; (das) Bergsteigenmountaineering, mountain climbing
Be#rg|stei|ger(in)
Be#rg|stei|ge|rei
f <-, -en> (inf)mountaineering, mountain climbing
be#rg|stei|ge|risch
adjmountaineering, mountain-climbing
Be#rg|stock
m
(= Wanderstock)hiking pole, alpenstock
(Geol) → massif
Be#rg|stra|ße
fmountain road; die Berg- (Geog) wine-producing area north of Heidelberg

Bẹrg-

:
Be#rg|sturz
Be#rg|tour
ftrip round the mountains; (= Bergbesteigung)(mountain) climb
Be#rg-und-Tal-Bahn
froller coaster, big dipper (Brit), → switchback (Brit)
Be#rg-und-Tal-Fahrt
fride on the roller coaster etc; das war die reinste Berg- (fig)it was like being on a roller coaster

Bẹrg-

:
Be#rg|volk
nt
(rare: = Bergleute) → miners pl
Be#rg|vor|sprung
m(mountain) ledge
Be#rg|wacht
Be#rg|wald
mmountain forest or wood (→ s pl)
Be#rg|wand
Be#rg|wan|dern
Be#rg|wan|de|rung
fwalk or hike in the mountains
be#rg|wärts
advuphill
Be#rg|welt
fmountains pl
Be#rg|werk
ntmine; im Berg- arbeitento work down the mine
Be#rg|wie|se
Be#rg|zin|ne
f (geh)mountain pinnacle
Berg- und Talfahrt der Gefühleemotional roller coaster
Berg- und Talbahnbig dipper