klatz

German translation: klatsch (platsch, flatsch, patsch, watsch)

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Dutch term or phrase:klatz
German translation:klatsch (platsch, flatsch, patsch, watsch)
Entered by: Gisela Germann

12:31 Jul 31, 2007
Dutch to German translations [PRO]
Cinema, Film, TV, Drama
Dutch term or phrase: klatz
aus einem Rapsong

Mannen die vallen op meisjes
meisjes die vallen op mannen
mannen die vallen door meisjes
meisjes die lachen om mannen
meisjes die vlechten uithangen
mannen doodsbang om te vallen
die vallen het hardst
ik knip mijn vlechten en klatzzz

Ich vermute, es handelt sich um Lautmalerei. Stimmt das?
Gisela Germann
Germany
Local time: 13:35
klatsch (platsch, flatsch, patsch, watsch)
Explanation:
Ausruf, einen klatschenden Schall, Fall, Schlag zu bezeichnen, nl. klets
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René Weinhold
Germany
Local time: 13:35
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Danke
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klats
klatsch (platsch, flatsch, patsch, watsch)


Explanation:
Ausruf, einen klatschenden Schall, Fall, Schlag zu bezeichnen, nl. klets


    Reference: http://www.focus.de/wissen/bildung/sprichwoerter/lautmalerei...
René Weinhold
Germany
Local time: 13:35
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