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neat {adj} [person or appearance, also: lawn, etc.]
5778
gepflegt [Person od. Erscheinung, auch: Rasen etc.]
sophisticated {adj} [high-class, highbrow]
5317
anspruchsvoll [Lektüre etc.]
common {adj} [name, word, phrase, etc.]
5057
geläufig
addicted {adj}
4748
abhängig [von Drogen etc.]
rid {past-p} [of a pest, a disease etc.]
3270
befreit [von Krankheit, lästiger Pflicht etc.]
quaint {adj} [charming, esp. landscape, village etc.]
3217
idyllisch
domestic {adj} [work, violence, duties, etc.; also: person (fond of family life and running a home)]
2777
häuslich [Arbeit, Gewalt, Pflichten etc.; auch: Person]
bold {adj} [act, adventure, claim, project, etc.]
2677
kühn [Tat, Abenteuer, Behauptung, Projekt etc.]
gastr. generous {adj} [plentiful, of food portions etc.]
2366
reichlich
rogue {adj} [attr.] [vicious]
2278
bösartig [Tier, Person etc.]
dirty {adj} [also fig.: joke, dealings, etc.]
2260
schmutzig [auch fig.: Witz, Geschäfte etc.]
print bold {adj}
2219
fett [Überschrift, Schlagzeilen etc.]
ambitious {adj} [target, project, etc.]
2035
anspruchsvoll [Ziel, Projekt etc.]
sophisticated {adj} [advanced, e.g. technology]
1908
hochentwickelt [Methode, Technik etc.]
crude {adj} [manners etc.]
1852
grob [Verhalten, Manieren]
bumpy {adj} [road, path, etc.] [also fig.]
1820
holprig [Straße, Weg etc.] [auch fig.]
elaborate {adj} [design, pattern etc.]
1788
kompliziert
discerning {adj} [customer etc.]
1768
anspruchsvoll
basic {adj} [accommodation, food etc.]
1747
einfach [Unterkunft, Essen etc.]
distorted {adj} {past-p} [face etc.]
1722
verzerrt
flimsy {adj} [pej.] [argument, excuse, etc.]
1697
fadenscheinig [fig.] [pej.] [Argument, Ausrede etc.]
lean {adj} [also of meat, food]
1677
mager [auch Fleisch etc.]
keen {adj} [perceptive, extreme, sharp]
1655
scharf [Auge, Verstand, Konkurrenz, Messer etc.]
delicate {adj} [precarious]
1612
heikel [Angelegenheit etc.]
due {adj} [care]
1578
nötig [Sorgfalt etc.]
stricken {adj} [by disease, grief etc.]
1533
angeschlagen [gesundheitlich, psychisch]
pristine {adj} [nature, beach, etc.]
1491
unberührt [Natur, Strand etc.]
drab {adj} [surroundings etc.]
1476
trostlos
susceptible {adj} [to infections, to flattery, etc.]
1454
empfänglich [für Infektionen, für Schmeicheleien etc.]
righteous {adj} [indignation, anger]
1400
gerecht [Zorn etc.]
imminent {adj} [of thunderstorm, danger, crisis etc.]
1363
drohend [bevorstehend]
bold {adj} [courageous]
1285
mutig [kühn (Person, Entscheidung, Schritt etc.)]
snowy {adj} [covered with snow: field, landscape, etc.]
1199
verschneit [schneebedeckt]
deserted {adj} [streets etc.]
1169
menschenleer
decrepit {adj} [person, dog, chair, bicycle, etc.]
1167
altersschwach [Person, Hund, Stuhl, Fahrrad etc.]
bare {adj} [legs, feet, chest, etc.; also: branch, wall, floor]
1157
nackt [Beine, Füße, Oberkörper etc.; auch: Ast, Wand, Boden]
complimentary {adj} [free of charge]
1143
kostenlos [Freiexemplar, Freikarte etc.]
challenging {adj} [sophisticated]
1094
anspruchsvoll [Aufgaben, Unternehmungen, Spiele etc.]
acquainted {adj}
1091
bekannt [mit jdm., mit den Fakten etc.]
bold {adj} [dated] [so confident as to be impudent or presumptuous]
1037
dreist [Person, Verhalten, Blick etc.]
faint {adj} [photocopy, mark etc.]
1025
blass [Photo, Kopie etc.]
taut {adj}
1003
gespannt [Schnur, Seil etc.]
saucy {adj}
980
aufreizend [Kleidung, Pose etc.]
fleeting {adj}
973
flüchtig [Blick, Eindruck, Moment etc.]
placid {adj} [calm and peaceful (scene, waters etc.)]
953
friedlich [von Frieden erfüllt, ruhig, beschaulich]
consumed {adj} {past-p} [used up, eaten etc.]
941
verzehrt [geh.]
stressed {adj} {past-p} [emphasised]
941
betont [Silbe, Wort etc.]
scant {adj} [improvement, success etc.]
908
gering
cracked {adj} {past-p}
904
gesprungen [Glas etc.]
burgeoning {adj} [demand, wealth, etc.]
884
wachsend
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