immer mitten in die Fresse rein

English translation: slang term, see below

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00:05 Sep 13, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: immer mitten in die Fresse rein
I have no idea
Aeon
English translation:slang term, see below
Explanation:
Hi,
it's a slang term for hitting someone in the face repeatedly. I have heard it quite often on the radio, there is a pop song that includes this line.

Anyway, I'm not sure how to translate it, but it's probably something along the lines of "smash your face/trap/gob over and over again"
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Sibyl Marquardt
Italy
Local time: 04:58
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Thanks, The reference to a pop song helped as this was from a friend on an industrial music list.~aeon~
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1 hr
slang term, see below


Explanation:
Hi,
it's a slang term for hitting someone in the face repeatedly. I have heard it quite often on the radio, there is a pop song that includes this line.

Anyway, I'm not sure how to translate it, but it's probably something along the lines of "smash your face/trap/gob over and over again"


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Sibyl Marquardt
Italy
Local time: 04:58
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 24
Grading comment
Thanks, The reference to a pop song helped as this was from a friend on an industrial music list.~aeon~
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1 hr
see below


Explanation:
this means: to hit/slap somebody fully in the face
Fresse is slang for mouth.
Hope this helps!

Anita Millar
Local time: 03:58
PRO pts in pair: 68
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