Fun German idiom for the expresssion: get into a fight or argument with somebody, or to quarrel with somebody. Examples & where this phrase came from.
What the English expression: ‘to tell someone off’ is in German, examples for its use and how this German idiom actually originated
Funny German expression for the phrase: To be at a loss, to not have a clue, to not get it. Explanation, examples and origins of this idiom.
Find out what the English phrase: “to be in cahoots with somebody, to be in bed with somebody” means in German, plus examples and where this German expression came from
Fun German idiom for the expresssion: “To piss of”, “Go sit on a tack!”, “Get lost!” Get meaning, examples & where this phrase came from.
English expression: All hell breaks loose, to party, to have it going on tanslates in German as: Da steppt der Bär = literal meaning: the bear is tap-dancing
The German expression for the English term: to die, to kick the bucket, to bite the dust = Ins Gras beißen, which means literally: to bite into the grass
The German expression for the English term: To be drunk, stoned, tipsy, plastered = Einen Affen sitzen haben
Where this German expression for the term ‘to smell a rat’ came from, what it means and how to use this idiom properly