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Aabigevening
aachoto arrive
aadüteto hint at sth
Aakunftarrival
Aaruefphone call
aatöneto hint
abartigkinky
abegheieto fall from something
Abflugtakeoff
abflügeto takeoff
abhaueto crop or to bunk
Abreisdeparture
abreiseto depart
Abschlagvorrichtungflake appliance
abverheitfailed
abverreckttotally failed
achtigattention
Ade, Adjöformal goodbye
Adventadvent, season before Christmas
Adventschranzadvent wreath
AdventskalenderChristmas calendar
Adventsmärtadvent market
Agändadiary
Alles Guete zum Geburi!Happy Birthday!
alpottagain and again
amigssometimes
ängstirnignarrow-minded
Ankebutter
apersnow free
armi Lütpoor people
Arschbombecannonball, jumping butt first into the pool
Ässeeating
Astronomischastronomical
Ättidad in Bernese dialect
äuäfat change!, come on!
Autocar
autofahreto drive a car, to ride a car
autostöppleto hitchhike, lit. to stop a car
äxgüsifrom french "excusez", sorry
Babybaby
Badchappebathing cap
Badchleidbathing suit for women
badeto take a bath
Badefeeriebeach vacation
bädeleto swim, to play in the water
Badhosebathing trunks
Badipublic pool
Badtüechlitowel
Balkoniestaycation, lit. imaginary land on your balcony
Bänklibench
Bäredräcklicorice
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  • 25. January 2016 at 10:55 AM
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    Vielen Dank! <3
    Einige Wörter klingen fast wie im Bayerischen, das ist echt lustig^^

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  • 8. March 2016 at 1:11 PM
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    What means “butter”? Does anyone know?

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    • 10. March 2016 at 8:10 PM
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      Butter bliebt eigentlich Butter, zumindescht im baseldütsch.

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      • 22. April 2016 at 8:49 AM
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        Im Baseldytsch sait me Angge (Anke).

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    • 1. September 2016 at 6:53 AM
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      Hey
      Butter = Anke

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  • 14. March 2016 at 9:09 PM
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    Aaabeee for toilet 😀 Really cool word

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  • 3. September 2016 at 11:56 PM
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    Berntütsch ist sehr interessant, aber sehr schwierig zum verstehen

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  • 26. September 2016 at 7:35 PM
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    How does one say “Please alight from the train” in Swiss German?
    (Bitte wie sagt man “Bitte verlassen Sie den Zug” auf Schweizerdeutsch?

    Many thanks – vielen Dank!

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    • 15. October 2016 at 1:43 PM
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      Bitte verlöhnd Si dr Zug

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  • 4. December 2016 at 11:05 PM
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    E jungi Nonne bichtet dr Oberin,dass si verfüert worde sig. Trink Zitronesaft! Bin i de wieder Keusch? Nei aber es vertribt dä fröhlich Gsichtsusdruck!!

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  • 11. January 2017 at 12:58 PM
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    Thank you!!! <3 <3 <3

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  • 13. January 2017 at 12:35 AM
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    Thank you! That’s my favorite dictionary for Swiss German.

    Just one more thing: can you please add sounds and pronunciation for each word?

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