Achtung is undoutably the coolest word in the German language. It can be used in so many different ways and sounds cool.
E.g.

Achtung Baby.

ACHTUNG WITH THE BATTON! (befor hitting someone)

Achtung shit-head.

ACH-FUCKING-TUNG! (If you are realy pissed-off at someone and you are warning then of a possible near future atack, or if you are about to urt them.)
by Fat Shmuck July 14, 2004
ahck-tohng
ahck-toong

Deutsche (german) word for "warning" or "alert".
"Achtung, achtung! Der amerikaner blah blah blah......I still have yet to master deutsche. -_- "
-me
by Dave March 26, 2004
1. A German word, meaning "Caution", "Attention", or "Watch out"

2. Something you can yell at someone before you club a golf ball.
Like "Fore"
1. Achtung, Motherfucker

2. Golfer: ACHTUUUNNG!

Guy on the green: Heh?

BAAAMMM
Golfer: Sorry, shoulda said fore.
by Vizekonigreich September 26, 2009
A German word commonly used by Americans (I.E. U2). Translates roughly to "attention!"
Achtung Baby would probably mean something like "check this out baby" to an english speaker.
by Turkey151 January 09, 2008
The only German word English speakers know.
"Achtung!"
-an American doing a German impression
by BlaqIsJustAnIdea February 28, 2012
Ein Deutsche Wort, das warning bedeutet. Es wird vorbei Amerikaner verwendet, die Deutsch sprechen wollen, aber kann nicht für mehrere Begründungen von mildernder Umstände.
Achtung mein Herr! Der Papsttöter hat nicht doch verfing.
by Jürgen G April 14, 2008
The sound of hocking, and then aiming the hock to perfectly hit the rim of the spitoon to make the "-tung!!" sound. It made everyone pay attention, hence its other, more common definition. Alleged to be the first word in the German language, on which all other words are based.
Acccccccccchhhhh-splat!!!! dammit, let me try again ... don't slip on that ...
Acccccccccchhhhh-TUNGGGG!!!! There ya go!
by Slick Willy March 16, 2005

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