By Manfred Görlach
The 1st dictionary of its type to supply an exhaustive comparative therapy of the impact of English on different eu languages. overlaying 16 chosen languages from diversified language households, entries encompass phrases that are recognizably English in shape and which look in no less than one of many languages demonstrated. Entries are constituted of a quick definition, through a precis paragraph containing a wealth of historic and linguistic details. Many entries also are followed by means of a grid summarizing the distribution of the observe throughout Europe.
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Ge [ba:r] F, pi. -s, igc, 4a,b(3); 19608, cp1'2, +9,+io(3) Du [ba:r] C, beg2oc, 4a,b,+g(3); [ba:r] cp2, beg2oc, +10(3) > 4a: tapkast, buffet; = 4b: cafe; Nw [ba:r] M, pi. -er, beg2oc, 4a,b(3) +9(2) < 4a = bardisk Ic [pa:r] M, pi. -ir, mid2oc, 4a,b, +9(3) Fr [ban] M, midigc, 4a,b,+8,+g(3) Sp barra F, 4a(4); M, pi -es, endigc, 4X3) It [bar] M, pi. 0, beg2OC, 4b(3) —> barista (\barman) Rm [bar] N, 19308, via Fr, 4X3); mid2oc, 4a,+8,+g(3) —> barulel N dim. Rs bar M, pi. -y, beg2oc, 4a,b,+g(3) 3 Po [bar] M, beg2oc, 4a,b(3); barek M, +9(3) —> -owy adj.
S, 19708 (i tech) < rend compagnia aerea Rm -< rend linie aeriand Rs - < trsl aerol^ niya Cr [=E] F, end2oc (i tech) Bg Airlines (i writNAME) < tfsl vuzdushni linii, aviolinii Hu [=E] [U] end2oc (i tech, writ, jour) Al - < trsl linje ajrore Gr <=E> [=E] pi. -s, end2oc (i writ, tech) < trsl aeroghrammi, aeroporiki eteria airliner n. 'a large passenger aircraft' Slightly more widespread and acceptable than ^airline, probably because it is more succinct than the paraphrase which would result from the translation of'large passenger aircraft'.
A pen with a tiny ball as its writing point' Ge - < Kugelschreiber Du [=E] C, 19708 (2 tech) < balpen Nw (o) < kulepenn Ic - < trsl kulupenni Fr - < stylo (a) bille It - < penna biro Rs - < trsl sharikovaya avtoruchka Bg - < khimikalka Fi - < trsl kuulakarkikynii Hu - < rend golyostoll ballroom (dancing) n. ' Du ballroom dancing [=E] N [U] (l tech); ballroomdans [=E+dans] C [U] 19808 (i tech) Nw [=E] M [U] 19708 (i tech) Ic ballroom [=E] end2oc, +2(0 tech) It - < hallo liscio Po (o) Bg - < +2: rend balni tantsi ball-trap* n.
A Dictionary of European Anglicisms: A Usage Dictionary of Anglicisms in Sixteen European Languages by Manfred Görlach