As I type this there's a big dictionary of Portuguese idioms translated to German available directly from Amazon.uk for £6.99 before shipping.
The dictionary normally costs about £67 and is also available from the publisher for €78 (click here for a sample under "Buch blattern"). I got the German-Italian version of this dictionary for a similarly silly price at Amazon UK (with shipping I ended up paying just under £24 or about $30) and these days enjoy browsing it for a few minutes at a time.
Anyone studying Portuguese and German or studying just one of these languages with a background in the other could find this useful. Vin? Expugnator?
P.S. ...and just like that the deal's been snapped up. May this dictionary serve its new owner well.
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