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horn
British English: /hɔːn/
American English: /hɔrn/

Translation of horn in German:

noun

bull1 1 1, → dilemma, → foghorn, → shoehorn
  • 1
    (of animal or devil) Horn Neutr.
    (of deer) Geweihstange Fem. (Hunting)
    horns
    Geweih Neutr.
    lock horns [with somebody] [figurative]
    [mit jemandem] die Klinge[n] kreuzen [formal]
  • 2 (substance)
    Horn Neutr.
    attrib.
    Horn-
  • 4
    (of vehicle) Hupe Fem.
    (of ship) [Signal]horn Neutr.
    (of factory) [Fabrik]sirene Fem.
    sound or blow or hoot or honk the or one's horn [at somebody]
  • 5
    (of snail) Horn Neutr.
    (of insect) Fühler Mask.
    draw in one's horns [figurative]
    sich zurückhalten
    (restrain one's ambition) zurückstecken
  • 6 (receptacle)
    Horn Neutr.
    (to drink from) Trinkhorn Neutr. (History)
    (for gunpowder) Pulverhorn Neutr. (History)
    horn of plenty
    Füllhorn Neutr.
  • 7 (loudspeaker)
    [Schall]trichter Mask.
  • 8 (of crescent)
    Horn Neutr.
    the horns of the moon
    die Hörnerspitzen des Mondes
  • 9 (Geography) (of land)
    Horn Neutr. [archaic]
    the Horn
    das Kap Hoorn
  • 10 [vulgar] (erect penis)
    Latte Fem. [slang]

intransitive verb

  • [informal] (intrude)horn in [on something]
    sich [in etwas Akk. ] reinhängen [slang]

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