EN flake
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{noun}

  1. slang
  2. other
  3. construction
  4. gastronomy
  5. gastronomy, Australian English
  6. American English, colloquial

1. slang

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"drugs"

2. other

flake (also: flock, scale, lock, fleck)
And I cut off a little flake of gold.
Und ich Schnitt eine kleine Flocke Gold ab.
I always end up with... a bunch of flake things and pink milk.
Ich habe am Schluss immer nur Flocken und rosa Milch übrig.
The snow was falling in large flakes.
flake (also: chip, fragment, shiver, splinter)
Kanzi chooses a flake he thinks is sharp enough.
Kanzi wählt einen Splitter aus, den er für scharf genug hält.
These are the rocks Kanzi used and these are the flakes he made.
Dies sind die Steine, die Kanzi verwendet hat und das sind die Splitter, die er gemacht hat.
He has learned that by using both hands and aiming his glancing blows, he can make much larger, sharper flakes.
Er hat gelernt, dass er, wenn er beide Hände benützt, mit seinen gezielten streifenden Hieben, viel größere und schärfere Splitter machen kann.
flake (also: bit of fluff)
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Flöckchen {n} (Schneeflöckchen)
flake
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Niete {f} [fig.] (Versager)
flake (also: leaflet)
flake (also: rag, shred, tatters, scrap)

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"of chocolate, coconut"

flake (also: shredder, grater, rasp)

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"shark as food"

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"of pastry, rust"

flake (also: crumb, small crumb)

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"of fish's flesh"

flake (also: bit, chapter, gobbet, head)

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"tobacco"

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"of plaster"

flake (also: bit, small piece, morsel)

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"of metal"

flake (also: splinter, chipping, chip, sliver)

3. construction

flake

4. gastronomy

flake

5. gastronomy, Australian English

flake

6. American English, colloquial

flake (also: crackpot, crank, spinner, screwball)