kaput

kaput {{/stl_13}}{{stl_8}}wykrz., pot. {{/stl_8}}{{stl_7}}'okrzyk oznaczający przegraną, koniec, klęskę': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}No i kaput. Wszystko przepadło. Kaput! Już po telewizorze, zepsuty. <niem.> {{/stl_10}}

Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień. 2015.

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  • kaput — kàpūt m <G kapúta> DEFINICIJA odjevni predmet, nosi se preko druge odjeće (npr. preko odijela) za zaštitu od hladnoće [kratki kaput; dugi kaput; zimski kaput] ETIMOLOGIJA tal. cappotto …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • kaput — 1895, finished, worn out, dead, from Ger. kaputt, probably a misunderstanding of the phrase capot machen, a partial translation of Fr. faire capot, lit. to make a bonnet, a phrase said in some etymological sources to mean lose all the tricks in… …   Etymology dictionary

  • kaput — [kə poot′, kəpo͞ot′] adj. [Ger kaputt, lost, ruined, broken < Fr (faire) capot, to lose all tricks (as in piquet) < capster, to capsize] Slang ruined, destroyed, defeated, etc. [the toaster is kaput] …   English World dictionary

  • Kaput [1] — Kaput, so v.w. Capote …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Kaput [2] — Kaput, Dorf im Kreise Zauch Belzig des preußischen Regierungsbezirks Potsdam, 600 Ew.; das vormalige königliche Lustschloß ist von Friedrich II. 1764 zu einer Türkisch Garnfärberei eingerichtet …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Kaput — Kaput, S. Caput …   Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der Hochdeutschen Mundart

  • kaput — ● kaput adjectif invariable (allemand kaputt, abîmé) Familier Qui est cassé, hors d usage. Qui est épuisé, mort, hors de combat …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • kàpūt — m 〈G kapúta〉 dio odjeće, nosi se preko druge odjeće (npr. preko odijela) za zaštitu od hladnoće [kratki ∼; dugi ∼; zimski ∼] ✧ {{001f}}tal …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • kaput — kapȕt prid. DEFINICIJA reg. 1. koji je iscrpljen, na izmaku snaga 2. koji se pokvario (ob. o spravama) ETIMOLOGIJA njem. kaputt ≃ fr. capot …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • kaput — [adj] ruined, wrecked all washed up*, belly up*, burned out, cooked*, dead*, destroyed, done for, down and out, down for the count*, down the drain*, down the tubes*, finished, floored, had it, nonfunctioning, on the skids*, out of business, out… …   New thesaurus

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