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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: pirate

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Pirat {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate
Seeräuber {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate
Seeräuberin {f}Femininum (die) (female) pirate
Piratin {f}Femininum (die) (female) pirate
Plagiator {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate
Plagiatorin {f}Femininum (die) pirate
Raubpresser {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate
Raubdrucker {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate
Piratenschiff {n}Neutrum (das) pirate
Seeräuberschiff {n}Neutrum (das) pirate
Raub... pirate ...
illegale [-m, -n, -r, -s] ... pirate ...
unerlaubte [-m, -n, -r, -s] ... pirate ...
Pirate ® (ein pornografisches Magazin) Pirate ®
Piratensender {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate station
Raubdruck {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate edition
(räuberische) Blumenwanze {f}Femininum (die) [zool.] pirate bug [coll.]
Schwarzsender {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate radio station
Piratenschiff {n}Neutrum (das) pirate ship
Seeräuberschiff {n}Neutrum (das) pirate ship
Seeräuberflagge {f}Femininum (die) pirate flag
Piratenflagge {f}Femininum (die) pirate flag
Piratensender {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate radio station
Schwarzsender {m}Maskulinum (der) pirate station
Piratenausgabe {f}Femininum (die) (Raubdruck) pirate edition
Schwarzsender {pl}Plural (die) [Sammelbegriff] pirate radio
Piratensender {pl}Plural (die) [Sammelbegriff] pirate radio
Raubkopie {f}Femininum (die) [jur., ugs.] pirate version
Raubkopien {pl}Plural (die) [jur., ugs.] pirate versions
Raubkopie {f}Femininum (die) [jur., ugs.] pirate copy
Raubkopien {pl}Plural (die) [ugs., jur.] pirate copies
illegale Kopien {pl}Plural (die) pirate copies
unerlaubte Kopien {pl}Plural (die) pirate copies
unerlaubte Kopie {f}Femininum (die) pirate copy


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—A Pirate at the Camp—meeting.
"I am the Late Dauphin" Tail Piece On the Raft The King as Juliet "Courting on the Sly" "A Pirate for Thirty Years" Another little Job Practizing Hamlet’s Soliloquy "Gimme a Chaw" A Little Monthly Drunk The Death of Boggs Sherburn steps out A Dead Head He shed Seventeen Suits Tragedy Their Pockets Bulged Henry the Eighth in Boston Harbor Harmless Adolphus He fairly emptied that Young Fellow "Alas, our Poor Brother" "You Bet it is" Leaking Making up the “Deffisit" Going for him The Doctor The Bag of Money The Cubby Supper with the Hare-Lip Honest Injun The Duke looks under the Bed Huck takes the Money A Crack in the Dining-room Door The Undertaker "He had a Rat!”
He told them he was a pirate—been a pirate for thirty years out in the Indian Ocean—and his crew was thinned out considerable last spring in a fight, and he was home now to take out some fresh men, and thanks to goodness he’d been robbed last night and put ashore off of a steamboat without a cent, and he was glad of it; it was the blessedest thing that ever happened to him, because he was a changed man now, and happy for the first time in his life; and, poor as he was, he was going to start right off and work his way back to the Indian Ocean, and put in the rest of his life trying to turn the pirates into the true path; for he could do it better than anybody else, being acquainted with all pirate crews in that ocean; and though it would take him a long time to get there without money, he would get there anyway, and every time he convinced a pirate he would say to him, “Don’t you thank me, don’t you give me no credit; it all belongs to them dear people in Pokeville camp-meeting, natural brothers and benefactors of the race, and that dear preacher there, the truest friend a pirate ever had!”
And thus have these naked Nantucketers, these sea hermits, issuing from their ant-hill in the sea, overrun and conquered the watery world like so many Alexanders; parcelling out among them the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans, as the three pirate powers did Poland.
Hence, I conclude, that in boasting himself to be high lifted above a whaleman, in that assertion the pirate has no solid basis to stand on.
You see a pirate don’t have to do anything, Joe, when he’s ashore, but a hermit he has to be praying considerable, and then he don’t have any fun, anyway, all by himself that way.”
Old Hundred swelled up with a triumphant burst, and while it shook the rafters Tom Sawyer the Pirate looked around upon the envying juveniles about him and confessed in his heart that this was the proudest moment of his life.
He did not go skipping and prancing, but moved with a dignified swagger as became a pirate who felt that the public eye was on him.
A robber is more high-toned than what a pirate is—as a general thing.
“Bonaparte treats Europe as a pirate does a captured vessel,” said Count Rostopchín, repeating a phrase he had uttered several times before.


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