sisser besitzt 23 Übersetzungen in 9 Sprachen

Übersetzungen von sisser

NL DE Deutsch 4 Übersetzungen
  • Misserfolg (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • Blindgänger (n) [firework that fails to go off, due to wetting] {m}
  • Versager (n) [firework that fails to go off, due to wetting] (m)
  • Flop (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
NL EN Englisch 1 Übersetzung
  • flop (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry]
NL FR Französisch 6 Übersetzungen
  • four (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • fiasco (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • bide (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • navet (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • flop (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry]
  • pétard mouillé (n) [firework that fails to go off, due to wetting] (n)
NL IT Italienisch 3 Übersetzungen
  • fallimento (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • fiasco (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
  • insuccesso (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
NL SV Schwedisch 2 Übersetzungen
  • fiasko (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {n}
  • flopp (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {ugs.}
NL PL Polnisch 2 Übersetzungen
  • klapa (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {f}
  • niewypał (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] {m}
NL DA Dänisch 1 Übersetzung
  • fuser (n) [firework that fails to go off, due to wetting] (n)
NL BG Bulgarisch 1 Übersetzung
  • провал (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] (n)
NL RU Russisch 3 Übersetzungen
  • неуда́ча (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] (n)
  • фиа́ско (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] (n)
  • про́вал (v n adv) [failure, especially in the entertainment industry] (v n adv)