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Italian-German translation for: wie+Schwein+benehmen
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comportarsi da vigliacco {verb}sichAkk. wie ein Feigling benehmen
comportarsi da uomo {verb}sichAkk. wie ein Mann benehmen
comportarsi come un'oca {verb}sichAkk. wie eine Gans benehmen
loc. avere il tatto di un elefante {verb}sichAkk. wie ein Elefant im Porzellanladen benehmen [ugs.]
zool. T
maiale {m}
Schwein {n}
porco {m}Schwein {n}
agr. zool. T
suino {m}
loc. avere fortuna {verb}Schwein haben [ugs.]
sfigato {m} [coll.]armes Schwein {n} [ugs.]
comportamento {m}Benehmen {n}
contegno {m}Benehmen {n}
comportamento {m} educatogesittetes Benehmen {n}
sociol. comportamento {m} indifferentegleichgültiges Benehmen {n}
educazione {f}gutes Benehmen {n}
galateo {m} [norme di buona educazione]gutes Benehmen {n}
condotta {f} rettilineakonsequentes Benehmen {n}
comportarsi {verb}sichAkk. benehmen
ling. condursi {verb}sichAkk. benehmen
relig. bigotteria {f} [azione]scheinheiliges Benehmen {n} [bigottes Benehmen]
comportarsi convenientemente {verb}sichAkk. anständig benehmen
comportarsi in modo infantile {verb}sichAkk. kindisch benehmen
comportarsi in modo puerile {verb}sichAkk. kindisch benehmen
comportarsi con destrezza {verb}sichAkk. klug benehmen
comportarsi correttamente {verb}sichAkk. korrekt benehmen
comportarsi male {verb}sichAkk. schlecht benehmen
comportarsi da maleducato {verb}sichAkk. ungezogen benehmen
comportarsi incivilmente {verb}sichAkk. unkultiviert benehmen
comportarsi da esaltato {verb}sichAkk. exaltiert benehmen [geh.]
non sapersi comportare {verb}sichAkk. nicht benehmen können
non sapersi comportare {verb}sichAkk. nicht zu benehmen wissen
comportarsi male nei confronti di qn./qc. {verb}sichAkk. gegenüber jdm./etw. schlecht benehmen
comportarsi male verso qn./qc. {verb}sichAkk. gegenüber jdm./etw. schlecht benehmen
comportarsi bene nei confronti di qn./qc. {verb}sichAkk. gut gegenüber jdm./etw. benehmen
come {prep} {conj}wie
quale {adj} [agg. relat.] [come]wie
tanto ... quanto ...ebenso ... wie ...
proprio così comegenauso wie
quanto {prep}genauso wie
eccome {adv}und wie
Eccome!Und wie!
Magari!Und wie!
come indemoniato {adv}wie besessen
Come?Wie bitte?
Prego?Wie bitte?
Che schifo!Wie eklig!
secondo l'usowie gewöhnlich
come sempre {adv}wie immer
Come sempre!Wie immer!
Che barba!Wie langweilig!
Che noia!Wie langweilig!
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