fruechte moustarde

English translation: fruit mustard

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German term or phrase:Früchtesenf
English translation:fruit mustard
Entered by: Uwe Kirmse

05:09 Jan 3, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
German term or phrase: fruechte moustarde
in connectionwith Tafelspitz
silvia
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Explanation:
"fruit mustard or fruity mustard" is allright.
Yes, "delicatecies often sound more delicious when they are pronounced in French", but in French it's "moutarde" (whithout "s").

It's no good German, it should be "Fruechtesenf" or "Fruechtemostrich" or more delicious in French "moutarde à fruits".

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Note added at 2002-03-17 20:28:53 (GMT) Post-grading
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I\'ve just had a look at this question once more (17.3.02) and see, that the comment is difficult to understand. So I mention, that the original question was German>English \"fruechte moustarde\".
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naonly a comment
Uwe Kirmse
nafruit mustard or fruity mustard
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17 mins
fruit mustard or fruity mustard


Explanation:
Well, that's what is sounds like anyway. Usually Germans call 'mustard'= 'Senf', however, similar to English, delicatecies often sound more delicious when they are pronounced in French.


Andrea McNamara (X)
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3 hrs
only a comment


Explanation:
"fruit mustard or fruity mustard" is allright.
Yes, "delicatecies often sound more delicious when they are pronounced in French", but in French it's "moutarde" (whithout "s").

It's no good German, it should be "Fruechtesenf" or "Fruechtemostrich" or more delicious in French "moutarde à fruits".

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Note added at 2002-03-17 20:28:53 (GMT) Post-grading
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I\'ve just had a look at this question once more (17.3.02) and see, that the comment is difficult to understand. So I mention, that the original question was German>English \"fruechte moustarde\".

Uwe Kirmse
Local time: 23:21
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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