The German-English translation means "hail victory". The Nazi meaning is "we will win" or "we salute the highest".
"Sieg heil mein fuhrer", said the Nazi to Hitler.
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In the American vernacular, often used to draw attention to the authoritarian aspect of someone's comment, particularly when beyond the scope of of the speaker's authority.
Comment by mailing list particpant: Whoever is doing this anonymously is just trying to...hurt someone. Stop now.

Response: Sieg heil!

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In english translation, "Sieg Heil!" is "Hail Victory!"

Sieg = Victory
Heil = Hail

(a little German lesson for you :P)
(dont know any examples for Sieg Heil)
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When someone identifies their gender as a member of the third reich
That girl over there said her pronouns are sieg/heil
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a popular Nazi rally cry. Translated to english, it means "hail to victory!"
the nazis kept screeming sieg heil at their rally
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