da geht einem/mir der Hut hoch — (ugs.) it makes you/me mad or wild (coll.)

jdm eine auf den Hút geben (inf) — to give sb a rocket (Brit inf), to give sb an earful (inf)

vor jemandem/etwas den Hut ziehen — (ugs.) take off one’s hat to somebody/something

damit/mit ihm habe ich nichts am Hút (inf) — I don’t want to have anything to do with that/him

Hút ab vor solcher Leistung! — I take my hat off to you/that

HUT (H.) — HUT HANS (1490 env. 1527) Prédicateur anabaptiste et fondateur de nombreuses communautés en Franconie, en Bavière, en Moravie, en Silésie et, surtout, en Autriche. Né à Haina, en Thuringe, Hans Hut (ou encore: Hutt, Huth, Huet) est pendant… … Encyclopédie Universelle

da geht einem der Hút hoch (inf, vor Zorn) — it’s enough to make you blow your top (inf) ; (vor Spaß, Überraschung) it is amazing, it beats everything

in Hut und Mantel — wearing one’s hat and coat; with one’s hat and coat on

eins auf den Hut kriegen — (ugs.) get a dressing down or (Brit. coll.) rocket

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