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Dec
18
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
18
answered Plural von “Stadt” - “Städt” oder “Städte”
Aug
6
answered Is this syntax freestyling correct: “Ein Mörder er ist!”?
Aug
2
awarded  Scholar
Aug
2
comment “Scheiße ist Bargeld”
see below in the accepted answer, i knew it was often used in memes, but not that it seems to originate from those.
Aug
2
accepted “Scheiße ist Bargeld”
Jul
31
comment “Queen” vs. “Königin”
just edited the shaving out of the answer, I think Takkat is right and trying to be funny won't help in finding an answer.
Jul
31
awarded  Editor
Jul
31
revised “Queen” vs. “Königin”
deleted 8 characters in body
Jul
31
comment “Scheiße ist Bargeld”
I think neither expression fits. For me, "shit is cash" means to describe something that's "as great as money can't buy". At least that's what I always thought it meant.
Jul
31
comment “Scheiße ist Bargeld”
I don't know why Gigili edited my question, but in this way it seems like I actually value the result Google gives for this translation.
Jul
31
awarded  Student
Jul
31
answered “Queen” vs. “Königin”
Jul
31
asked “Scheiße ist Bargeld”
Jul
31
comment Wörterbücher für Fachsprache / Dictionaries for terminology in specific domains
Wenn es sich nur um einzelne Wörter handelt nutze ich in der Regel Wikipedia, d.h. suche in der Wikipedia der einen Sprache nach dem Begriff und schalte dann auf die andere um. Aber dort wirklich was zu finden, was den aktuellen Stand der Forschung wiederspiegelt wird natürlich schwer.
Jul
30
comment Are Adjectives Sometimes “Stem-Changing”?
It's "Friedrich der Große".
Jul
28
comment Is There More Than One German Word For “Free”?
"nichts ist geschenkt" is quite good, I actually would use that.
Jul
27
answered Is There More Than One German Word For “Free”?
Jul
27
awarded  Supporter
Jul
27
answered What or who is a “Scholli”?