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|English term or phrase: blueberry cobbler|
|Should be in the context of software/internet terms.|
|Blueberry cobbler is the name of a dessert|
Blueberry cobbler is a kind of rum cake, a dessert.
In your context it could refer to 'a bungler', a 'muddler', somebody who messes up things...in short: 'un savetier' in French, which is French slang for cobbler
I wonder what the others have to say...
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|Thanks a lot for your help. I needed to compile a glossary for some IT/software company and when I found also strawberry shortcake, I knew it had to be a dessert in the middle of technical software related terms!|
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eine Heidelbeertorte oder ein Blaubeerkuchen
Blueberry cobbler ist im Deutschen entwerder eine Heidelbeertorte oder ein Blaubeerkuchen.
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