Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: handcuffs

Handschellen {pl}Plural (die)
Fesseln {pl}Plural (die) [ugs.] (Handschellen)
Handfesseln {pl}Plural (die) (Handschellen)
Achter {m}Maskulinum (der) [bayr., österr.] [ugs.] (Handschellen)


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“I beg that you will not touch me with your filthy hands,” remarked our prisoner as the handcuffs clattered upon his wrists.
But I ran no farther than the house door, for there I ran head-foremost into a party of soldiers with their muskets, one of whom held out a pair of handcuffs to me, saying, “Here you are, look sharp, come on!”
It was the sergeant who had spoken to me, and he was now looking round at the company, with his handcuffs invitingly extended towards them in his right hand, and his left on my shoulder.
But beginning to perceive that the handcuffs were not for me, and that the military had so far got the better of the pie as to put it in the background, I collected a little more of my scattered wits.
Mr. Pip, you remember in old times a certain Christmas Day, when you were quite a child, and I dined at Gargery’s, and some soldiers came to the door to get a pair of handcuffs mended?”
When Thénardier had recovered his breath, he turned his bloodshot eyes on M. Leblanc, and said to him in a low, curt voice:— “What have you to say before we put the handcuffs on you?”
he continued, taking a pair of steel handcuffs from a drawer.
said the stouter man, smoothing down his hair, and laying a pair of handcuffs on the table.
said Mr. Blathers, putting down his wine-glass, and clinking the handcuffs together.
'A pretty thing it would be, wouldn't it to go and stop at the very first public-house outside the town, so that Sowerberry, if he come up after us, might poke in his old nose, and have us taken back in a cart with handcuffs on,' said Mr. Claypole in a jeering tone.


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Deutsch Englisch
Handschellen {pl} handcuffs
Fesseln {pl} [ugs.] (Handschellen) handcuffs
Handfesseln {pl} (Handschellen) handcuffs
Polizeihandschellen {pl} police handcuffs
Achter {m} [bayr., österr.] [ugs.] (Handschellen) handcuffs
Mädchenfänger {pl} (Scherzartikel) Chinese handcuffs
magische Fingerhüte {pl} (Scherzartikel) Chinese handcuffs