English translation of 'Schwalbe'
feminine nounWord forms: Schwalbe genitive , Schwalben plural
eine Schwalbe machen (football) (slang) to take a dive
▪ proverb: eine Schwalbe macht noch keinen Sommer one swallow doesn’t make a summer
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'Schwalbe' in Other Languages
British English: swallow /ˈswɒləʊ/ NOUN
When you take a swallow, you cause something to go from your mouth down into your stomach.
He lifted his glass and took a quick swallow.
- American English: swallow
- Arabic: بَلْعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bocado
- Chinese: 吞咽
- Croatian: gutljaj
- Czech: polknutí
- Danish: slurk
- Dutch: slok
- European Spanish: trago
- Finnish: nielaus
- French: hirondelle
- German: Schwalbe
- Greek: γουλιά
- Italian: rondine
- Japanese: 飲むこと
- Korean: 삼킴 새
- Norwegian: svale
- Polish: jaskółka
- European Portuguese: gole
- Romanian: înghițitură
- Russian: глоток
- Latin American Spanish: trago
- Swedish: svala
- Thai: การกลืน
- Turkish: yutma
- Ukrainian: ковток
- Vietnamese: sự nuốt
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