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  • Fritz — ist ein männlicher Vorname und Familienname. Es ist die Kurzform von Friedrich. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Varianten 2 Verbreitung 3 Bekannte Namensträger 3.1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Fritz — was originally a German nickname for Friedrich, or Frederick ( der alte Fritz , a nickname for King Frederick II of Prussia and Frederick III, German Emperor). Common derivations for Fritz include the surnames Fritsche, Fritche, and Fritsh. Fritz …   Wikipedia

  • Fritz X — Lenkbombe Fritz X Allgemeine Angaben Bezeichnung: X 1, PC 1400X oder FX 1400 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Fritz 3 — Fritz (programme d échecs) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fritz. Fritz est un programme d échecs commercial développé par Frans Morsch et édité par ChessBase. La dernière version est Fritz 11. Fritz 11 est livré avec une interface graphique,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fritz X — Tipo Bomba antibuque Historia de servicio En servicio 1943 …   Wikipedia Español

  • fritz — [ frits ] n. m. • 1915; de Fritz, prénom all. cour. ♦ Fam. et vieilli Soldat allemand. Allemand. ⇒ fridolin, 2. frisé. ● fritz nom masculin (allemand Fritz, diminutif de Friedrich, Frédéric) Familier et péjoratif …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • fritz — [frıtz] n AmE informal be/go on the fritz if something is or goes on the fritz, it is not working correctly = ↑be/go on the blink ▪ My TV is on the fritz …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fritz — [ frıts ] noun on the fritz AMERICAN INFORMAL if a machine is or goes on the fritz, it has stopped or stops working correctly …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Fritz — German familiar form of masc. proper name Friedrich; as a characteristic name for a German, from 1883, especially in World War I. On the fritz inoperative (1903) is Amer.Eng. slang, of unknown origin. Earliest references suggest a theatrical… …   Etymology dictionary

  • fritz — ☆ ☆ fritz [frits ] n. [< Ger, nickname for Friedrich: orig. meant a German; current sense in allusion to cheap German goods exported to U.S. before WWI ] Slang a broken or nonfunctioning state: only in the phrase on the fritz, not in working… …   English World dictionary


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