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fett
fett
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cool, awesome
Sometimes written as "phat", too. Comment by: b_i_d   
So, I have an old german car and the fuel line has a "Res" , Auf" and Zu....which one is off and which is on....I am sure the res is reserve.......thanks Comment by: Brad   
Fett means fat. You can also use it to say cool or phat Auf means open and zu means closed Comment by: Paula   
actually i thought fett was street slang for "i'm stoned" Comment by: unknown   
@ unknown: that would be fett wie ein radierer [and somehow i think, that whole translation thingie here is a bit off, partly, not to mention quite amusing for those who speak actually german ... therefore, thanks for the laugh] Comment by: x   
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Fettsack
Fettsack, Schwabbel, Kugelblitz
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a fat guy
You're a donut!
that doesnt' mean donut!!! I means "Sack full of fat" Comment by: kiki   
Haha! "You're a donut!" That's an even better insult than calling someone a sack of fat. Comment by: Daniel   
To be translated as "fatso". Comment by: kraut   
I know, wrong place to ask this but has anyone ever heard of "Ich hab ne KaWaMiPi"? Comment by: Alex   
Kugelblitz was the nickname of brazilian striker Alton (top bundesliga striker in 03/04 with Werder). he looked kind of fat for a football player. Comment by: greek   
Don't know what a KaWaMiPi is but it means, I have one Comment by: Ken   
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ficken
ficken
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to fuck
ficken das madchen(umlout on "A"
that is awesome Comment by: jessica watson    Rated:5/5
maybe you could add "fick dich" as an insult. there also exists "fick dich ins knie" which means "go * yourself". and the part with the girl has to be "das maedchen ficken" in case you want to have correct grammar. Comment by: Jutta    Rated:2/5
"fick dich ins knie" literally means "go f*ck your knee"... Comment by: a   
if you meant to say f*ck the girl it's supposed to be "Fick das Maedchen". But that sounds weird. Nobody would say it. And the Umlaut a with a double dot on top is short for ae, so you write Maedchen instead of Madchen. Madchen is wrong. Germans hate it when Americans say a instead of ae or u instead of ue like in ueber. A lot of Americans say uber. That's wrong but whatever Comment by: Paula    Rated:2/5
It would either be 'das Mdchen ficken' ('to f*ck the girl'), or 'fick das Mdchen' (imperative command - 'f*ck the girl'), but not 'ficken das Mdchen'. ('ficken Sie das Mdchen' is gramatically correct, but would never be said.) Comment by: Decker    Rated:3/5
'ficken Sie das M�dchen' is gramatically correct, but would never be said - One of the funniest notes I have ever heard! :D Comment by: Fritz   
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FIKING AMERIKANER
FIKING AMERIKANER
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"fucking american" "ficken" = to fuck but engl."fucking" = scheiss "fiking" doesn´t exist
Ger nicht gut: Im Deutschen wird eher mit "Scheie" geflucht, das '*' ist eher englisch. Die Form wre also: 'Scheiamerikaner'. Comment by: Rossi    Rated:1/5
yah, fikin isn't a work... it'd be ficken Amerikaner, or "fikk'n" Comment by: joey    Rated:1/5
"Ficking"? Never heard as a German. That must be "gefickte Amerikaner" (but it's rare) or "Schei Amis". "Ami" is the German slang word for American people. Comment by: Henry    Rated:1/5
But "Ami" isnt a swear word, we german use it as a short form of "Amerikaner", we also say "Ami-Land" instead of "Amerika" Comment by: Jung   
In normal and abnormal conversation, German's do not say Ficken {f*cking} ... As above, the say schei {shit} Ami {American} or schei whatever. f*ck is an adjective only for the English language. Not even kids say Ficken, they say Fick {f*ck} Dich or Fick dich ins knie {f*ck you in the knee} (weird, I know). Comment by: Davethevoice    Rated:2/5
The German forms of ficken are used only in a sexual sense. Most English f-expressions are conveyed in German by the Schei- prefix, leck mich am Arsch (kiss my ass), or some other expression. Examples: "F--k him!" = Der kann mich doch am Arsch lecken!; "This f-ing car!" = Dieses Scheiauto!; "We were just f-ing with you." = Wir haben dich nur verarscht.; "F--k off!" = Verpiss dich! Comment by: DeDe    Rated:2/5
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FiQ-babe, Bordsteinswalbe
FiQ-babe, Bordsteinswalbe
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callgirl, chiq, landrover, bitch, prostitute, working girl, a prostitute
your a god damn prostitute
First word is not German at all. "Bordsteinschwalbe" is a nice word for hooker. Both words seem to be U.S. military slang used by soldiers stationed in Germany. Comment by: kraut   
Bordsteinschwalbe would be the correct spelling for the second word. First one (FiQ-Babe) doesn't exist, "Fick-babe" does, it's "Denglish" (mix of english and german) Comment by: Dahergelaufener Typ    Rated:3/5
Bordsteinschwabe is very oldschool like 50's but still used sometimes. Corect slang for prostitute would be "nutte" or "hure" (= whore). fick-babe dosn't exist, but what exists and is very rude is "fickstück" which is implying that the certain woman adressed is not more than an object with the only sense to be f*cked. Comment by: dudeson   
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Fixer
Fixer
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An user of injected hard drugs. Heritage the same as the english 'fixer'. More descriptive than insulting.
I am trying to find out what this saying means.....FRAU MIT SCHWANZ Comment by: Valerie   
girl with dick Comment by: german dude   
she-male is the correct word for frau mit schwanz Comment by: johnny   
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Flocken
Flocken
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Standard German: flakes, slang: money (English slang dough)
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furzen
furzen
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fart, \"cut one\"
Wer hat gefurzt?
Ich nicht. Comment by: Peter   
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furzen
furzen
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to fart
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