English translation of 'Krampf'
masculine nounWord forms: Krampf(e)s genitive , Krämpfe [ˈkrɛmpfə ] plural
(= Zustand) cramp
(= Verkrampfung, Zuckung) spasm
(wiederholt) convulsion(s pl)
(= Anfall, Lachkrampf) fit
einen Krampf haben/bekommen to have/get (a) cramp
2. no plural (informal) (= Getue) palaver (inf)
(= Unsinn) nonsense
3. (especially Swiss) (informal) (= krampfhaftes Tun, Bemühen) strain
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'Krampf' in Other Languages
British English: spasm /ˈspæzəm/ NOUN
A spasm is a sudden tightening of your muscles, which you cannot control.
A lack of magnesium causes muscles to go into spasm.
- American English: spasm
- Arabic: تَشَنُّج
- Brazilian Portuguese: espasmo
- Chinese: 痉挛
- Croatian: grč
- Czech: křeč
- Danish: spasme
- Dutch: kramp
- European Spanish: espasmo
- Finnish: kouristus
- French: spasme
- German: Krampf
- Greek: σπασμός
- Italian: spasmo
- Japanese: 痙攣
- Korean: 경련
- Norwegian: krampe
- Polish: skurcz
- European Portuguese: espasmo
- Romanian: spasm
- Russian: спазм
- Spanish: espasmo
- Swedish: kramp
- Thai: การชักกระตุกของกล้ามเนื้อ
- Turkish: kramp
- Ukrainian: спазм
- Vietnamese: sự co thắt
British English: cramp NOUN
Cramp is a sudden strong pain caused by a muscle suddenly contracting. You sometimes get cramp in a muscle after you have been making a physical effort over a long period of time.
He was complaining of cramp in his calf muscles.
Translation of Krampf from the Collins German to English
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