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damp {adj} [slightly wet and cold, e.g. November day]
574
feuchtkalt [Novembertag etc.]
contemporary {adj} [present-day]
512
heutig
academic {adj} [not applicable in every day life]
331
praxisfremd
grim {adj} [weather, day, landscape, prospects]
202
trostlos
niggardly {adj} [rare in present-day Am. usage]
78
geizig
dismal {adj} [day, weather]
57
trüb
following {adj} [day, etc.]
52
darauffolgend
autumn {adj} [attr.] [e.g. day, catalogue, fashion, leaves]
34
Herbst- [z. B. Tag, Katalog, Mode, Laub]
meteo. dull {adj} [gloomy, grey (sky or day)]
23
grau [trübe (Himmel oder Tag)]
dismal {adj} [day, weather]
22
trübe
modern {adj} [present-day]
22
heutig
meteo. dull {adj} [sky, day]
13
wolkenverhangen [Himmel, Tag]
diurnal {adj} [of the day]
9
Tages-
meteo. dull {adj} [sky, day]
7
verhangen [Himmel, Tag]
comm. fair {adj} [attr.] [trade fair] [e.g. attendance, catalogue, day, exhibit, hall]
7
Messe- [z. B. Besuch, Katalog, Tag, Exponat, Halle]
med. quotidian {adj} [recurring / occurring every day]
7
quotidian
[last day of a month] {adv}ultimo
pol. Alki [also: Al-ki] [USA] [Washington state motto (Chinook Jargon): By and by / Some day][Motto des US-Staates Washington; Chinook-Jargon: Irgendwann]
caracinous {adj} [black as a crow] [day etc.]rabenschwarz [Tag etc.]
cleaning {adj} [attr.] [e.g. agent, bucket, crew, day, lady, rag, water]Putz- [z. B. Mittel, Eimer, Kolonne, Tag, Frau, Lappen, Wasser]
daytime {adj} [attr.] [occurring by day]am Tage vorkommend
endris {adj} [also: ender] [archaic] [this endris night / day]jüngst vergangen
eventually {adv} [one day]eines Tages [seltener auch: eines Tags] [schließlich]
meteo. rainy {adj} [e.g. day, weather, squall, season]Regen- [z. B. Tag, Wetter, Bö, Zeit]
semidiurnal {adj} [lasting half a day]halbtägig
sunless {adj} [day]trübe
stocks trading {adj} [attr.] [e.g. day, floor, session]Börsen- [z. B. Tag, Parkett, Sitzung]
Verben
to decline [ground, day]
399
neigen [Gelände, Tag etc.]
to dawn [new day]
246
anbrechen [neuer Tag]
to dawn [day, era]
77
anbrechen [geh.] [beginnen] [z. B. Zeit, Ära]
to dawn [of a day]
39
tagen [geh.] [dämmern, Tag werden]
to break [day]
25
anbrechen
to dawn [day, era]
25
heraufziehen [Tag, Zeitalter]
to dawn [day, era]
24
heraufsteigen [anbrechen]
to graze [to eat small portions of food throughout the day]
23
schnausen [regional] [schweiz.]
to finish [to finish school at a time of the day, e.g. "When do they finish?"]
7
aushaben [ugs.] [Schulschluss haben, z. B. „Wann haben sie aus?“]
Substantive
holiday [feast day]
1912
Feiertag {m}
eve [day before]
1054
Vortag {m}
twilight [transition between day and night, or vice versa]
625
Dämmerung {f} [Übergang vom Tag zur Nacht, od. andersherum]
nursery [day nursery]
550
Kindertagesstätte {f} <Kita>
nursery [day nursery]
180
Kinderkrippe {f}
relig. feast [feast day]
28
Festtag {m}
Valentine's [coll. for: Valentine's Day]
14
Valentinstag {m}
condition [on a particular day]
13
Tagesverfassung {f}
econ. jobs [a day to celebrate employers]
12
Arbeitgebertag {m}
sol [a day on Mars]
10
Sol {n} [Marstag]
gastr. [traditional German sweet pastry similar to a gingerbread man, often with a clay pipe, baked for St. Nicholas' Day or St. Martin's Day; literally "bread roll man"]
8
Weckmann {m} [bes. südd.]
comm. [business having short periods of peak activity, generally season- or time-of-day-related]
6
Stoßgeschäft {n}
[the period of Christmas Day and Boxing Day] [Br.]
5
Weihnachtstage {pl}
gastr. menu [for a day, week, etc.]
5
Speiseplan {m}
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