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British English: /ʃɪt/
American English: /ʃɪt/

Translation of shit in German:

intransitive verb -tt-, shitted or shit or shat Pronunciation: / ʃæt /

  • [coarse]
    shit in one's pants
    sich Dat. in die Hose[n] scheißen

reflexive verb -tt-, shitted or shit or shat

  • sich Dat. in die Hose[n] scheißen



  • 1
    (excrement) [coarse]
    have (British English) or (American English) take a shit
    have/get the shits
    die Scheißerei [coarse] haben/kriegen
    when the shit hits the fan
    wenn die Kacke am Dampfen ist
  • 2
    Shit, der od. das
    (Drugs slang)
  • 3 (person)
    Scheißkerl, der
    Scheiß, der
    [colloquial] [derogatory]
    don't give me that shit
    erzähl mir nicht so einen Scheiß!
    I don't give a shit [about it] who gives a shit!
    ist doch scheißegal!
    it's not worth a shit
    es ist einen Dreck wert
    [colloquial] [derogatory]
    beat or kick or knock the shit out of somebody
    jemanden gehörig verdreschen
    I'll beat the shit out of you!
    ich mach' Hackfleisch aus dir!
    be up shit creek [without a paddle]
    bis zum Hals in der Scheiße stecken
    have/get the shits
    Schiss haben/kriegen

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