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English translation of 'Maus'

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Maus

[maus ]
feminine nounWord forms: Maus genitive , Mäuse [ˈmɔyzə ] plural
mouse (auch Comput)
weiße Maus (figurative) (informal) traffic cop (inf)
weiße Mäuse sehen (figurative) (informal) to see pink elephants (inf)
da beißt die Maus keinen Faden ab (informal)(nicht zu ändern) there’s no changing that
eine graue Maus (figurative) (informal) a mouse (inf)

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Example Sentences Including 'Maus'

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Armin Maiwald, der Erfinder der " Sendung mit der Maus ", und die französische Familie de Caunes-Joubert berichten aus ihrem langjährigen Bildschirmdasein.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Da kreisen wieder mal Berge, Papierberge, und gebären nicht mal mehr eine Maus.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
Eine frei herumlaufende MS-kranke Maus konnte womöglich eine ganze Mäusepopulation verseuchen.
Schneider, Peter Paarungen
Katz und Maus ", sonst mit einer Auflage von 15.000 Stück pro Jahr, kauften im letzten Quartal 70.000 Leser.
Die Tageszeitung (2000)
Maus, Maus , bring mir einen neuen Zahn, ich gebe dir den alten.
Müller, Herta Der Fuchs war damals schon der Jäger
Und kein Joghurt, weil die Maus nur langlebige Produkte zieren soll.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Wenn einer die graue Maus bleibt, während der andere sich zum Superstar entwikkelt, und beide die gleichen Startbedingungen hatten.
Breest, Jürgen Großes Finale

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'Maus' in Other Languages

British English: mouse /maʊs/ NOUN
animal A mouse is a small animal with a long tail.
  • American English: mouse
  • Arabic: فَأرٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rato
  • Chinese: 老鼠
  • Croatian: miš
  • Czech: myš
  • Danish: mus
  • Dutch: muis dier
  • European Spanish: ratón
  • Finnish: hiiri
  • French: souris
  • German: Maus
  • Greek: ποντίκι
  • Italian: topo
  • Japanese: ハツカネズミ
  • Korean: 생쥐
  • Norwegian: mus
  • Polish: mysz
  • European Portuguese: rato
  • Romanian: șoarece
  • Russian: мышь
  • Spanish: ratón
  • Swedish: mus
  • Thai: หนู
  • Turkish: fare
  • Ukrainian: миша
  • Vietnamese: chuột con vật
British English: mouse /maʊs/ NOUN
computer You use a mouse to move things on a computer screen.
  • American English: mouse
  • Arabic: فَأْرَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: mouse
  • Chinese: 鼠标
  • Croatian: miš
  • Czech: myšpočítačová
  • Danish: mus
  • Dutch: muis
  • European Spanish: ratón
  • Finnish: hiiri
  • French: sourisinformatique
  • German: Maus
  • Greek: ποντίκι
  • Italian: mouse
  • Japanese: マウス
  • Korean: 마우스
  • Norwegian: datamus
  • Polish: myszka komputerowa
  • European Portuguese: rato
  • Romanian: mouse
  • Russian: компьютерная мышь
  • Spanish: mousecomputadora
  • Swedish: mus
  • Thai: เมาส์
  • Turkish: fare
  • Ukrainian: мишка
  • Vietnamese: chuột vi tính

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Translation of Maus from the Collins German to English
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