English translation of 'Schnalle'
feminine nounWord forms: Schnalle genitive , Schnallen plural
1. (= Schuhschnalle, Gürtelschnalle) buckle
2. (an Handtasche, Buch) clasp
3. (Austria, Southern Germany) (= Türklinke) handle
4. (slang) (= Frau, Mädchen) bird (esp Brit) (inf) ⧫ chick (esp US) (inf)
5. (vulgar) (= Vagina) fanny (sl)
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'Schnalle' in Other Languages
British English: buckle /ˈbʌkl/ NOUN
A buckle is a piece of metal or plastic attached to one end of a belt or strap, which is used to fasten it.
He wore a belt with a large brass buckle.
- American English: buckle
- Arabic: إِبْزيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: fivela de cinto
- Chinese: 带扣
- Croatian: kopča
- Czech: přezka
- Danish: spænde
- Dutch: gesp
- European Spanish: hebilla
- Finnish: vyön solki
- French: boucle ceinture
- German: Schnalle
- Greek: αγκράφα
- Italian: fibbia
- Japanese: バックル
- Korean: 버클
- Norwegian: spenne
- Polish: sprzączka
- European Portuguese: fivela de cinto
- Romanian: cataramă
- Russian: пряжка
- Spanish: hebilla
- Swedish: spänne
- Thai: หัวเข็มขัด
- Turkish: kemer tokası
- Ukrainian: пряжка
- Vietnamese: khóa
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