Kessel

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From Old High German kezzil, akin to Old Saxon ketel

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Kessel m (genitive Kessels, plural Kessel)

  1. cauldron
  2. kettle
  3. pot
  4. The space occupied by an army surrounded by enemy forces. Also used for similar situations, such as demonstrators surrounded by the police.

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