Nicolle von Eberkopf 21, views. Published on Dec 22, You can also use it for yourself: Comment I may be slightly off topic with these few words about 'Arschloch'and 'arse, butbut here goes. Das letztere habe ich immer in Richtung "diese Schweinepriester" [fam.
Ich habe Schwein gehabt. English translation GermanEnglish dictionary
Translation for 'Ich habe Schwein gehabt.' in the free German-English dictionary and many other English translations. Oct 28, It is "Schwein haben" which literally translates to "have pig". Very frequently, it is used in the present perfect tense as in "Schwein gehabt" (to.
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(idiomatic) To be lucky. Retrieved from "https://en.
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Geht's lediglich um echten Dreck, ist es nicht so schlimm. Then it's totally okay to put on a disgusted look and call him or her mostly him, I guess a "Schwein". Now my two cents on the actual subject. People wouldn't take much offense to that.
Comment Jemanden direkt als Schwein zu bezeichnen ist schon sehr hart. Comment The first German words I ever heard uttered were 'Scheisse Mensch' and they were addressed to me,so I take it from all that has been said on this topic that it was not a case of love at first sight.
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|I agree with what the native speakers have said so far about the f-word. OK, I admit to a slight exaggeration ;- But I am honestly still surprised at how freely polite, intelligent people use the word, or allow their children to use it, responding only with a kind of "tut tut".
Guess I'm hopelessly middle-class. Comment I think you can't compare those as "Du Schwein" is a personal insult, "fuck" isn't.
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Living abroad Magazine Internships. I think saying "Schwein" to a person isn't the same as to say "fuck".
Culturally this meant you have had good luck. The meaning originating amongst farm. Nov 24, Ich habe Schwein gehabt.
Ich habe Schwein gehabt., meanings + translations
(German) — lit.: I have had pig expl.: I was lucky though I was late I caught the bus). English, explained by gutefee. May 20, Kein Schwein hat mir geholfen: “nobody helped me”. Armes Schwein: “poor thing !” (in a compassionate way). Schwein haben: “to be lucky”.
I'm not likely to go around calling people "Schwein" to be honest I rarely say "fuck" either, so excuse the repetition of it here!
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Most German teenagers older than 12 know a lot more swear words than I do and use them quite frequently. As it turned out, the "so-and-so" of the graffiti on the poster was the local Tory MP Dann kommt von mir ein klares Ja! Why not have a go at them together! But it's the closest equivalent I have come across.