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comment Looking for translation of “Tanzverbot ”
I'm unsure what this has specifically to do with me. As outlined, I checked the dictionary before and saw the word isn't defined. I could've just asked on proz. And yes I know that "Verbot" means "ban". But my question was: "Why can't I find a wikipedia article (or: historic context worldwide, in English) about the issue, even though GER is not the only country that had and has this issue?" I know this question might be extremly offtopic. Still both questions originate out of: Why is "Tanzverbot" ignored linguistically and historically in English? Guess I should head over to ELU...
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
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comment Looking for translation of “Tanzverbot ”
Thanks Em1 for this, but how would I include the dancing part? "dancing ban"? And awesome sourcing, I need to learn how to highlight and cite like you just did. :)
Feb
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accepted Looking for translation of “Tanzverbot ”
Feb
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comment Looking for translation of “Tanzverbot ”
Sorry for answering so late! I didn't really login before @Em1. I don't know where you got that from? I'm using a lot of other SE sites in the network though! Yes I am looking for a translation. And yeah, probably it would have been a better fit on the ELU site! Never asked for a translation before, so I didn't know if I want to translate TO another language I had to ask there. I thought here more people know, because it is important to get the meaning of this word, because it is so specific! Or as said before, it doesn't exist in English probably. So that is why I asked here...
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asked Looking for translation of “Tanzverbot ”
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awarded  Supporter
May
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comment In welchen Regionen ist die dem-sein-Form gebräuchlich?
Der Kommentar ist nicht hilfreich die Frage solide zu beantworten.
May
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comment In welchen Regionen ist die dem-sein-Form gebräuchlich?
Der Kommentar ist nicht hilfreich die Frage solide zu beantworten.
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