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DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. Thank you, thank you, my dear fellows! I feel tremendously happy! It is a splendid thing for a man to be able to feel that he has done a service to his native town and to his fellow-citizens. Hurrah, Katherine! [He puts his arms round her and whirls her round and round, while she protests with laughing cries. They all laugh, clap their hands, and cheer the DOCTOR. ] German arms: Waffen, Arme, Waffe, Pistole, Knarre, Gewehr. bring: bringen, bringst, bringe, bringt, mitbringen, bringt mit, bringen mit, bringe mit, bringst mit, anbringen, überbringen.
German cursed: verflucht, verdammt, verteufelt, verfluchte, verflixt. danger: Gefahr. establishment: Einrichtung, Gründung, Etablissement, Unternehmen, Niederlassung, Errichtung. filth: Schmutz, Dreck, Schweinerei. filthy: schmutzig, dreckig, widerlich, scheußlich, schmierig, abgestanden, abscheuerregend, abscheulich, ekelerregend, ekelhaft, eklig. gravest: ernsteste, ernstste. incredible: unglaublich, unglaubhaft. infecting: infizierend, ansteckend. nastiness: Gemeinheit, Hinterlistigkeit, Gaunerstreich, Schurkenstreich, Schurkerei, Schweinerei.
You complain of the authorities, you even complain of the government--you are always pulling them to pieces; you insist that you have been neglected and persecuted. But what else can such a cantankerous man as you expect? DR. THOMAS STOCKMANN. What next! Cantankerous, am I? PETER STOCKMANN. Yes, Thomas, you are an extremely cantankerous man to work with--I know that to my cost. You disregard everything that you ought to have consideration for. You seem completely to forget that it is me you have to thank for your appointment here as medical officer to the Baths.