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Word frequency: rarely

The word “street fighter” has rarely appeared in German-language texts in recent years. The word frequency says nothing about the familiarity of the word or its occurrence in the spoken language.

We divide words into five groups: “very often”, “often”, “regularly”, “rarely” and “very rarely”.

     
very rare very often

Typical word combinations

The word street fighter has often been used in combination with the following words in recent years: police, Hamelin, Weimarer, republic, Art circle, helper, Friends, September, Riots, weekend, People, Cities.

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The representation with sans serif font, typewriter, old German font and handwriting looks like this:


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Wortscheutung.info is a dictionary with explanations of the meaning and spelling, hyphenation, grammar, pronunciation, the origin of the word, example sentences and translations. We answer the questions: What does street fighter mean? How do you spell street fighters?

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References and sources include: Duden German universal dictionary, Really German dictionary, Smart Etymological dictionary of the German language, University of Leipzig Vocabulary lexicon, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm: German dictionary, German online vocabulary information system, PONS German spelling, Digital Dictionary of the German Language, Joachim Heinrich Campe: Dictionary of the German language, Wolfgang Pfeifer [Head]: Etymological dictionary of German, The Free Dictionary, Wikipedia and others. Details can be found in the individual articles.

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