Schlacht-

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Schlạcht-

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Schla#cht|feld
ntbattlefield; auf dem Schlacht- bleiben (lit)to fall in battle; (fig) (nach Schlägerei etc) → to be left lying; (esp Pol) → to be finished; das Schlacht- räumen (= aufräumen)to clear the (battle)field; (= verlassen)to leave the (battle)field; (fig)to drop out of contention; das Zimmer sieht aus wie ein Schlacht-the room looks like a battlefield, the room looks as if a bomb has hit it (inf)
Schla#cht|fest
nt country feast to eat up meat from freshly slaughtered pigs
Schla#cht|ge|sang
mbattle song
Schla#cht|ge|tüm|mel
ntthick of the battle, fray
Schla#cht|ge|wicht
Schla#cht|ge|wühl
ntthick of the battle, fray
Schla#cht|haus
nt, Schlạcht|hof
mslaughterhouse, abattoir (esp Brit)
Schla#cht|kreu|zer
Schla#cht|li|nie
Schla#cht|mes|ser
ntbutcher’s knife
Schla#cht|op|fer
ntsacrifice; (Mensch) → human sacrifice
Schla#cht|ord|nung
Schla#cht|plan
mbattle plan; (für Feldzug) → campaign plan; (fig)plan of action, battle plan
Schla#cht|plat|te
f (Cook) ham and German sausage made with meat from freshly slaughtered pigs and served with sauerkraut
schla#cht|reif
adj (lit, fig)ready for the slaughter
Schla#cht|ross ?
nt (liter)warhorse, charger; (fig inf)heavyweight
Schla#cht|ruf
Schla#cht|schiff
ntbattleship
Schla#cht|schüs|sel
f (Cook) selection of boiled pork, pork sausages etc from freshly slaughtered pigs, served with sauerkraut
Schla#cht|tag
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