tag

German translation: (fangen und) abschlagen

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English term or phrase:tag
German translation:(fangen und) abschlagen
Entered by: Dr. Claudia Uhle
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12:12 Nov 24, 2006
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
Games / Video Games / Gaming / Casino
English term or phrase: tag
Anyone the Freezer tags will become frozen.
Runners can release Runners by tagging them.

Hallo!

Ist hier "abschlagen" gemeint?

Danke.
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Germany
Local time: 00:44
berühren
Explanation:
"to tag" heißt wirklich (fangen und) abschlagen (in Kinderspielen z.B.) Meiner nach passt aber "berühren" für ein Videpspiel besser (?) Kommt auch ein bisschen drauf an, wie das genau vor sich geht.
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Dr. Claudia Uhle
Local time: 00:44
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Vielen Dank, Claudia
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berühren


Explanation:
"to tag" heißt wirklich (fangen und) abschlagen (in Kinderspielen z.B.) Meiner nach passt aber "berühren" für ein Videpspiel besser (?) Kommt auch ein bisschen drauf an, wie das genau vor sich geht.

Dr. Claudia Uhle
Local time: 00:44
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Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
Grading comment
Vielen Dank, Claudia

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agree  jccantrell: My first thought, too. Just touching them is enough.
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