What is Kreutz in German

German-English translation for "kreuz"

"kreuz" English translation

"Kreuz" English translation


  • cross
    Cross for execution, sign of the cross
    Cross for execution, sign of the cross
  • the cross (also | alsoa. Cross) of Christ, the Holy Cross
  • to take someone | somebody sb down from the cross
  • I make three crosses when he goes figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
    I make three crosses when he goes figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
  • to take the cross historyHIST as a crusader figurative, in a figurative sense | figurative (ly) fig
    to take the cross historyHIST as a crusader figurative, in a figurative sense | figurative (ly) fig
  • the cross preaching figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) fig
  • crawl to crosses figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
    crawl to crosses figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
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  • cross
    Cross as a sign, badge
    Cross as a sign, badge
  • Greek [Latin, Russian] cross
    Greek [Latin or | or od Passion, Russian] cross
    Greek [Latin, Russian] cross
  • the iron cross (first class)
    the Iron Cross (first class) (war decoration)
    the iron cross (first class)
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  • cross
    mark
  • cross
    Cross figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
    suffering
    Cross figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
    affliction
    Cross figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
    Cross figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
  • God has put a heavy cross on me
  • it is a true cross with him, one has his cross with him colloquially | familiar, informalumg
    it is a true cross with him, one has his cross with him colloquially | familiar, informalumg
  • it's a cross with this car colloquial | familiar, informalumg
    it's a cross with this car colloquial | familiar, informalumg
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  • small of the back
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    sacrum
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  • I have pain in my cross, my cross hurts, I have it in the colloquial language of the cross | familiar, informalumg
    I have pain in my cross, my cross hurts, I have it in the colloquial language of the cross | familiar, informalumg
  • (Dativ | dative (case) dat) break the cross
  • to throw someone on the cross familiar, informalumg
    to throwjemand | somebody sb on his back
    to throw someone on the cross familiar, informalumg
  • to put someone on the cross colloquial | familiar, informal, figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
    to take someone | somebody sb in
    to put someone on the cross colloquial | familiar, informal, figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
  • to put someone on the cross, to thwart someone's plans colloquial | familiar, informal, figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
    to foil (or | orod thwart) sb’s plans
    to put someone on the cross, to thwart someone's plans colloquial | familiar, informal, figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) fig
  • to put someone on the cross have sex colloquially | familiar, informalumg
    to do it with someone | somebody sb
    to have it off with someone | somebody sbbritish english | British EnglishBr
    to put someone on the cross have sex colloquially | familiar, informalumg
  • to fall on the cross, to fall on the back familiar, informalumg
  • fall on the cross familiar, informal, figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
    fall on the cross, colloquially | familiar, informal, figurative, figurative | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
  • he gave me the money [the permission] from the cross figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
    he wheedled the money [permission] out of me
    he gave me the money [the permission] from the cross figuratively, figuratively | figurative (ly) colloquial figurative | familiar, informalumg
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  • croup
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