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English translation of 'mausern'

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mausern

[ˈmauzɐn ]
Verb Table reflexive verb
1.  (ornithology) to moult (Brit)to molt (US)
2.  (informal) to blossom out (inf)

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Beim Start mit Wohnraum inklusive Küche und Bad noch recht bescheiden, könnten sie sich zu Häusern für vielköpfige Familien mausern.
Die Tageszeitung (1999)
Bürgermeister Henning Scherf indes hat die Hoffnung nicht verloren, daß sich Bremen zu einer Multimediastadt mausern wird.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Die Frauen der Gründungsinitiative des Landesmitfrauenverbandes Bremen Bremen kann sich zu einem Zentrum des Multimedia-Designs in Norddeutschland mausern.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Kann sich die Kulturindustrie zu einem ein wichtigen Wirtschaftsfaktor mausern ?
Die Tageszeitung (1996)
` Preis (1120 Mark n Low-cost-Netze Peer-to-Peer-Netze mausern sich zur LAN-Alternative Windows for Workgroups hat Peer-to-Peer-Netzwerke wieder hoffähig gemacht.
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Used Rarely. mausern is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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