English to German Meaning :: boss

Boss :
Boss, Chef, Buckel, Meister, Senior, Schlusstein - BossChefbossedBossebossilybossingBossismusherrisch
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Noun(1) a person who exercises control over workers(2) a person responsible for hiring workers(3) a person who exercises control and makes decisions(4) a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments(5) a circular rounded projection or protuberance
Verb(1) raise in a relief
Adjective(1) exceptionally good

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(1) The genus Eoporpita shows extensive tentacles radiating from a central boss , which in some specimens appears chambered.(2) Its central boss depicts The Fall of Man showing Adam tempted by the fruit of the serpent-entwined tree.(3) It does take a while to get used to, but remember, to teach your dog anything, you must be the leader and the boss .(4) Again and again the contributors write of you as a sort of capo, the gaffer, the boss .(5) The dish is signed ├ö├ç├┐FB├ö├ç├û on the central boss for Francois Briot, the most celebrated member of a French family of medallists and die-cutters.(6) The ENTIRE point of blogs is being the boss and controlling content.(7) Inside, CitroÔö£┬¢n stylists have also gone to town, especially on the steering wheel, which features a static central boss around which the rim revolves.(8) He is a centralist who makes clear to his Labour ministers that he is the boss .(9) The sights are conventional, with a front blade mounted atop a boss on the barrel.(10) But you don't fully feel the weight of that until you get into that situation where you're the boss .(11) Thorfast would at least have had a heavy wooden shield with a metal boss that he'd have held on his left arm. and an eight-foot-long, metal-tipped ash spear.(12) Again circle and arc motifs frame the central boss and create interesting geometric figures across the flat extent of the ceiling.(13) First you need a blank boss , indoors preferably (garage, hallway or sports hall) at 12 inches from the end of your long rod.(14) However, a sword, a battle-axe, a shield boss and a spearhead were still inside the grave.(15) The central boss , tying together the ribs of the vaulting, is carved with a double Green Man, the two faces looking in opposite directions.(16) Hu, the PR manager of a local company, was assigned by his boss to organize a conference.
Related Words
(1) big boss ::
big Boss
(2) boss around ::
(3) boss man ::
(4) female boss ::
weiblicher Chef
(5) immediate boss ::
unmittelbarer Vorgesetzter
(6) good boss ::
guter Chef
(7) pit boss ::
Pit Boss
1. head ::
2. party boss ::
3. knob ::
4. chief ::
6. order around ::
7. emboss ::
8. brag ::
Different Forms
boss, bossed, bosses, bossily, bossing, bossism, bossy
Word Example from TV Shows

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No, boss.


The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 13

when you knew
your boss had asthma?

when you knew your BOSS had asthma?

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 8

Where is the \"l slept with my boss\"
bullet point?

Where is the "l slept with my BOSS" bullet point?

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 4

Here comes our new boss. Be polite.

Here comes our new BOSS. Be polite.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 4

No buts. You got to stop
letting him boss you around.

No buts. You got to stop letting him BOSS you around.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 16

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