English-German translation for "slay"

"slay" German translation

slay
[slei]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t <preterite, (simple) past tense | Präteritum, Vergangenheitprät slew [sluː]; past participle | Partizip Perfektpperf slain [slein]>often | oft oft poetic, poetically | poetisch, dichterischpoet

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  • schlagen
    slay strike obsolete | obsolet, begrifflich veraltetobs
    slay strike obsolete | obsolet, begrifflich veraltetobs
slay
[slei]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i <preterite, (simple) past tense | Präteritum, Vergangenheitprät slew [sluː]; past participle | Partizip Perfektpperf slain [slein]>often | oft oft poetic, poetically | poetisch, dichterischpoet

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  • morden
    slay
    slay
  • slay syn vgl.often | oft oft poetic, poetically | poetisch, dichterischpoet → see „kill
    slay syn vgl.often | oft oft poetic, poetically | poetisch, dichterischpoet → see „kill
Er erschlug den Drachen und rettete die Prinzessin.
He slayed the dragon and saved the princess.
Source: Tatoeba
Der Prinz erschlug den Drachen.
The prince slew the dragon.
Source: Tatoeba
Sie erschlagen Lüge mit dem Schwert der Wahrheit.
They slay falsehoods with the sword of truth.
Source: GlobalVoices
Stimmen im Kopf, von Freunden die getötet
Voices in my brain, of friends that was slain.
Source: TED
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  • Weberkammmasculine | Maskulinum m
    slay engineering | TechnikTECH sley
    slay engineering | TechnikTECH sley
Er erschlug den Drachen und rettete die Prinzessin.
He slayed the dragon and saved the princess.
Source: Tatoeba
Der Prinz erschlug den Drachen.
The prince slew the dragon.
Source: Tatoeba
Sie erschlagen Lüge mit dem Schwert der Wahrheit.
They slay falsehoods with the sword of truth.
Source: GlobalVoices
Stimmen im Kopf, von Freunden die getötet
Voices in my brain, of friends that was slain.
Source: TED
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