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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: craze

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feiner Riss (in Glasur) craze
Fimmel {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs.] craze
Haarriss {m}Maskulinum (der) (in Steingut, Porzellan etc.) craze
verrückt machen craze
Wahnsinn {m}Maskulinum (der) [psych., ugs.] (Manie) craze
Wahnsinn {m}Maskulinum (der) [fig.] (Verrücktheit [auch bez. Ausdruck, Mode etc.]) craze
Masche {f}Femininum (die) [ugs.] (Modeschrei) craze
(letzter) Modeschrei {m}Maskulinum (der) craze
Spleen {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs.] craze
irrwitzige Idee {f}Femininum (die) craze
fixe Idee {f}Femininum (die) craze
Modenarrheit {f}Femininum (die) craze
Welle {f}Femininum (die) [fig.] (große Mode) craze


The craze for drink had seized him again, and he ordered me to pull up outside a gin palace.
I am an inveterate buffoon, and have been from birth up, your reverence, it's as though it were a craze in me.
The craze of Don Quixote seems, in some instances, to have communicated itself to his critics, making them see things that are not in the book and run full tilt at phantoms that have no existence save in their own imaginations.
These reflections made him waver in his purpose, but his craze being stronger than any reasoning, he made up his mind to have himself dubbed a knight by the first one he came across, following the example of others in the same case, as he had read in the books that brought him to this pass.
The landlord told all the people who were in the inn about the craze of his guest, the watching of the armour, and the dubbing ceremony he contemplated.
The traders halted at the sound of this language and the sight of the strange figure that uttered it, and from both figure and language at once guessed the craze of their owner; they wished, however, to learn quietly what was the object of this confession that was demanded of them, and one of them, who was rather fond of a joke and was very sharp-witted, said to him, "Sir Knight, we do not know who this good lady is that you speak of; show her to us, for, if she be of such beauty as you suggest, with all our hearts and without any pressure we will confess the truth that is on your part required of us."
IN WHICH THE NARRATIVE OF OUR KNIGHT'S MISHAP IS CONTINUED Finding, then, that, in fact he could not move, he thought himself of having recourse to his usual remedy, which was to think of some passage in his books, and his craze brought to his mind that about Baldwin and the Marquis of Mantua, when Carloto left him wounded on the mountain side, a story known by heart by the children, not forgotten by the young men, and lauded and even believed by the old folk; and for all that not a whit truer than the miracles of Mahomet.
While at dinner, the company consisting of the landlord, his wife, their daughter, Maritornes, and all the travellers, they discussed the strange craze of Don Quixote and the manner in which he had been found; and the landlady told them what had taken place between him and the carrier; and then, looking round to see if Sancho was there, when she saw he was not, she gave them the whole story of his blanketing, which they received with no little amusement.
exclaimed Sancho aloud at this, "is it possible that such things can be in the world, and that enchanters and enchantments can have such power in it as to have changed my master's right senses into a craze so full of absurdity!
I am of the same village as Don Quixote of La Mancha, whose craze and folly make all of us who know him feel pity for him, and I am one of those who have felt it most; and persuaded that his chance of recovery lay in quiet and keeping at home and in his own house, I hit upon a device for keeping him there.

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