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English translation of 'Skorpion'

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Skorpion

[skɔrˈpioːn ]
masculine nounWord forms: Skorpions genitive , Skorpione plural
(zoology) scorpion
(astrology) Scorpio

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Example Sentences Including 'Skorpion'

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Der Skorpion , den man ja geneigt ist, für den Oberkiller unter den Füßlern zu halten, wird hier zerfressen wie ein weiches Stück Banane, wie Amerika im vietnamesischen Dschungel.
Die Tageszeitung (1996)
Der Skorpion heilt den Skorpion Die Geschichte ist recht kompliziert:
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Immerhin schildert der Skorpion Karriere und Tod eines Journalisten in einer Mischung aus Fakt und Fiktion, die vor Karaseks Das Magazin zu brisant erschien.
Die Tageszeitung (1999)
Schon im März wollten tschechische und österreichische Firmen 5000 Pistolen und 26 800 Maschinenpistolen vom Modell Skorpion aus Uhersky Brod angeblich nach Panama exportieren.
Der Spiegel
Skorpion hin, ihr knapper Rock her, irgendwie bin ich anscheinend zu alt für so was geworden.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
Um Gnade betteln zu müssen, war Asarhaddon so zuwider, als müsse er einen Skorpion schlucken.
Ahrens, Jutta Der König von Assur

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'Skorpion' in Other Languages

British English: Scorpio /ˈskɔːpɪˌəʊ/ NOUN
Scorpio is one of the twelve signs of the zodiac. Its symbol is a scorpion. People who are born between the 23rd of October and the 21st of November come under this sign.
  • American English: Scorpio
  • Arabic: العَقْرَب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Escorpião
  • Chinese: 天蝎座
  • Croatian: škorpion horoskop
  • Czech: Štír znamení
  • Danish: Skorpionen
  • Dutch: Schorpioen sterrenbeeld
  • European Spanish: escorpio
  • Finnish: skorpioni horoskooppimerkki
  • French: Scorpion horoscope
  • German: Skorpion Tierkreiszeichen
  • Greek: Σκορπιός ζώδιο
  • Italian: Scorpione
  • Japanese: 蠍座
  • Korean: 전갈자리
  • Norwegian: skorpionen
  • Polish: Skorpion horoskop
  • European Portuguese: Escorpião
  • Romanian: Scorpion
  • Russian: Скорпион
  • Latin American Spanish: Escorpión
  • Swedish: Skorpionen
  • Thai: ราศีพฤศจิก
  • Turkish: Akrep burcu
  • Ukrainian: Скорпіон
  • Vietnamese: cung Hổ cáp
British English: scorpion /ˈskɔːpɪən/ NOUN
A scorpion is a small creature which looks like a large insect. Scorpions have a long curved tail, and some of them are poisonous.
  • American English: scorpion
  • Arabic: عَقْرَب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: escorpião
  • Chinese: 蝎子
  • Croatian: škorpion životinja
  • Czech: štír
  • Danish: skorpion
  • Dutch: schorpioen dier
  • European Spanish: escorpión
  • Finnish: skorpioni eläin
  • French: scorpion
  • German: Skorpion Tier
  • Greek: σκορπιός ζώο
  • Italian: scorpione
  • Japanese: サソリ
  • Korean: 전갈
  • Norwegian: skorpion
  • Polish: skorpion zwierzę
  • European Portuguese: escorpião
  • Romanian: scorpion
  • Russian: скорпион
  • Latin American Spanish: escorpión
  • Swedish: skorpion
  • Thai: แมงป่อง
  • Turkish: akrep
  • Ukrainian: скорпіон
  • Vietnamese: con bọ cạp

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Translation of Skorpion from the Collins German to English
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