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French-German translation for: casser
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Dictionary French German: casser

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VERB1   casser | casse | avoir cassé | cassant
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VERB2   se casser | me casse | s'être cassé | se cassant
casser (qc.) {verbe}
189
(etw.Akk.) zerbrechen
casser qc. {verbe} [détruire]
67
etw.Akk. kaputtmachen [ugs.]
casser qc. {verbe} [bras, jambe, os]
33
etw.Akk. brechen [Bein, Arm, Knochen]
casser {verbe} [objet]
19
kaputtgehen [ugs.]
casser qc. {verbe} [branche]
8
etw.Akk. abknicken [Ast]
casser qn. {verbe} [dégrader]
8
jdn. degradieren
casser qc. {verbe}etw.Akk. kaputt machen [ugs.]
2 Words: Verbs
casser (avec qn.) {verbe} [fam.] [rompre une relation amoureuse](mit jdm.) brechen [eine Liebesbeziehung beenden]
se casser {verbe}reißen [Faden, Seil, Film etc.]
se casser {verbe} [fam.]abhauen [ugs.]
se casser {verbe} [fam.]sich verdrücken [ugs.]
se casser {verbe} [rompre]entzweibrechen
se casser qc. {verbe} [bras, jambe, os]sichDat. etw. brechen [Bein, Arm, Knochen]
3 Words: Verbs
casser la graine {verbe} [fam.] [manger]futtern [ugs.] [essen]
casser sa pipe {verbe} [fam.]den Löffel abgeben [ugs.]
casser sa pipe {verbe} [fam.]über den Jordan gehen [ugs.]
4 Words: Verbs
casser la figure à qn. {verbe} [fam]jdm. die Fresse polieren [ugs.]
casser les couilles à qn. {verbe} [vulg.]jdm. auf den Sack gehen [vulg.]
casser les couilles à qn. {verbe} [vulg.]jdm. auf die Eier gehen [vulg.]
casser les couilles à qn. {verbe} [vulg.]jdm. auf die Nüsse gehen [vulg.]
casser les pieds à qn. {verbe} [fam.]jdm. auf den Keks gehen [ugs.]
casser les pieds à qn. {verbe} [fam.] [loc.]jdm. auf den Wecker fallen / gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
casser une petite graine {verbe} [fam.]eine Kleinigkeit essen
se casser la figure {verbe} [fam.]hinfliegen [ugs.] [hinfallen]
se casser la figure {verbe} [fam.]auf die Schnauze fallen [ugs.]
se casser la gueule {verbe} [fam.]auf die Schnauze fallen [ugs.]
méd. se casser la jambe {verbe}sichDat. das Bein brechen
se casser le cul {verbe} [vulg.]sich abrackern [ugs.]
se casser le cul {verbe} [vulg.]sichDat. den Arsch aufreißen [vulg.] [hart arbeiten]
se casser le nez {verbe} [fig.] [fam.]auf die Nase fallen [fig.] [ugs.]
5+ Words: Verbs
casser du sucre sur le dos de qn. {verbe} [fam.] [fig.] [loc.]über jdn. herziehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
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