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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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revised What is the reason why the translation of “Speed” is “Geschwindigkeit”?
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Dec
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answered What is the reason why the translation of “Speed” is “Geschwindigkeit”?
Dec
30
comment Ist das Adjektiv “dämlich” von “Dame” abgeleitet?
@kjo: yeah dimwitted appears to be of same etymology.
Dec
29
comment Dictionary for colloquial forms like ick
Answers to this question could also go there: german.stackexchange.com/questions/349/… where a Berlin dialect dictionary is desperately missing. Ping to @Iris ;)
Dec
27
comment Can one access online the subtitles for the UT-tagged videos in Bayerisches Fernsehen’s Mediathek?
@kjo: entirely up to you... edit your question to get rid of the bug report, make it of more general interest, and take care the existing answer still is valid. Then we all will be happy to reopen it.
Dec
27
comment Can one access online the subtitles for the UT-tagged videos in Bayerisches Fernsehen’s Mediathek?
@kjo: we have a nice answer, and this question may be interesting for future visitors, so IMO an edit would be the appropriate action rather than deleting it.
Dec
27
comment Can one access online the subtitles for the UT-tagged videos in Bayerisches Fernsehen’s Mediathek?
Please clean up your question to leave only those parts that will be relevant to future visitors. As it stands now the question you had was an issue arising from a bug of an external website which is entirely unrelated to the German language.
Dec
26
comment Can one access online the subtitles for the UT-tagged videos in Bayerisches Fernsehen’s Mediathek?
@kjo: no idea, may have been a bug to the website or whateverer but on my browser here there is no UT tag: i.stack.imgur.com/4IcOo.png
Dec
25
comment Alle Tassen im Schrank haben
Possible duplicate: german.stackexchange.com/questions/25962/…
Dec
23
answered Translation of “Deutschländisch” into English
Dec
18
answered Usage of “der ein oder andere”
Dec
17
reviewed Leave Open Was ist der Unterschied zwischen “Befehl” und “Kommando”?
Dec
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revised Is “wierum” or “wieherum” an actual German word?
edit to push into re-open queue
Dec
15
answered Using “Ball” and “Kugel”
Dec
13
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
12
revised Woher kommt “pfiat di”/“pfiat eich” als Abschiedsformel im bayerischen Raum?
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Dec
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revised Woher kommt “pfiat di”/“pfiat eich” als Abschiedsformel im bayerischen Raum?
updated link as per answer
Dec
12
comment Why is “festen Schrittes” used instead of “mit festen Schritten”?
Also related: german.stackexchange.com/questions/7207/…