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geil
Geil
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adjective. Standard German: horny. Slang: exciting, both in a in a sexual and in a non-sexual way. Also "awsome" or "great".
das ist mega geil.
boring Comment by: bi   
it doesn't mean boring. It means cool or horny Comment by: Paula    Rated:4/5
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Geil
Geil
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if something is very good or nice.
Ich hab mir den Film Titanic angesehen. Der ist richtig geil
It's kuhl. Comment by: Hitler   
wtf thats english asshole ok and it is not germandipshit kuhl Comment by: wrong shit    Rated:1/5
it's GEIL auf Deutsch Comment by: r town   
"Geil" is the slang equivilent to cool in german... Comment by: jessii   
In my five years of German classes I've learned that Germans use "kuhl" to mean "a little cold", but they use "cool" (just like the english word, with that spelling and everything) to describe something that is neat, awesome, interesting, etc. Comment by: Tyler   
a little cold is kühl hahaha but cool is kool in german Comment by: deutsche   
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Goblin, softie/sissy
Wicht, Schlappschwanz
Posted by: Jung
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"Wicht": Insinuation about a man`s Height and his c***-size. "Schlappschwanz": To suggest that a man has got an unfit you know what I mean.
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graben
graben
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Standard German: to dig, slang meaning: trying to pick up a woman, also "angraben"
'Angraben' ist verbreitet, 'graben' nicht. Weitere Ausdrcke: 'aufreien', 'anbaggern', 'abschleppen'. Comment by: Rossi   
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Gruenzeug, Schnittlauch, BSE-Uebertraeger, Bulle, Cop
Gruenzeug, Schnittlauch, BSE-Uebertraeger, Bulle, Cop
Posted by: cesta
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cop, a police officer
Faux funny names for cops. The only really existing word is "Bulle" which means cop and is not overly friendly. Comment by: kraut   
Sort of like calling an American police officer "pig.: Comment by: Bri on Li   
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