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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German strich, from Old High German strih, from Proto-Germanic *strikiz, whence also English streak.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ʃtʁɪç/
  • Rhymes: -ɪç
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NounEdit

Strich m (genitive Striches or Strichs, plural Striche, diminutive Strichelchen n or Strichlein n)

  1. stroke
  2. line
  3. the direction to which hairs, or similar things, are inclined
    Katzen muss man mit dem Strich streicheln.
    Cats must be stroked with the fur.
  4. (informal) streetwalkers' district
  5. (informal) prostitution (chiefly as a milieu)
    Straßenstrichstreet prostitution
  6. (mathematics) prime (derivation symbol)

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Strich m (plural Strich, diminutive Strichelche)

  1. stroke
  2. line

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