hermachen

Meanings

1.
to (not) be/look impressive
(ONLY used in combination with "etwas" or "nichts" or "nicht viel", usually used in contexts where optics are an important feature. Think of a simple decoration that looks like "more".)
2.
to have at, to dig in
("sich+Acc hermachen über+Acc" - a colloquial term for the idea of digging in somewhere. Mainly used in context of food. Think of someone really hungry starting to eat their Lasagne. MUST be used reflexively and with "über".)
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