Swiss-German


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Related to Swiss-German: Schweizerdeutsch, Schwiizertüütsch
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Swiss-German

[swɪsˈdʒɜːmən] N Swiss-German (Ling) → el alemán de Suiza
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Back in my more modest Cresta hotel, the restaurant manager Peter, who likes to discuss the day's events with me over a nightcap each evening before I retire, explained in heavily Swiss-German accented English how he hated "Troomp," whom he said was only interested in "people wiz dollars," and not ordinary folk.
Feltscher was born in the Swiss town of Bulach and his father is of Swiss-German descent.
She gives readers a teenager's lengthy list of Swiss-German profanities; she recounts Sherlock Holmes's death at Reichenbach Falls; paired essays ("How to Get There" and "How to Return") bookend the text with contrasts, lessons, and losses.
The Swiss-German equipment giant has responded swiftly to the crisis, deploying both "local Liebherr experts as well as experts from [its] manufacturing plant in Ehingen are assisting on site.
The minister said, in a meeting with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Swiss-German Marmot Group for Mining, Mr.
The regional chamber of commerce for the Swiss-German border region
We observe that firms in Swiss-French areas and firms in Roman Catholic cantons are more likely to have one-tier boards, whereas two-tier boards are more prevalent in Swiss-German areas and Protestant cantons.
Two New York poems by Swiss-German writer Kuno Raeber
The Swiss-German company behind what it describes as an "all-in-one smart home solution", Digitalstrom, will power its technology with Tibco Software's cloud-based platform.
Even the piano, manufactured by a little-known family bearing the Kayersburg brand and designed by the legendary Swiss-German Lothar Thomma, was a heavensent that night as it gleamed perfectly under the lights and enhanced the flawless, effortless playing by Sofya Gulyak.
Chavez, who is of Mexican and Swiss-German descent, has traveled from Austin to do community work (living with Catholic nuns and teaching English at a girls' school) in El Salvador.
At first, I even sang back-up in Swiss-German for gigs with local bands.