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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.
by ShoopKiller September 01, 2004
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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
by Capt_Capacitor April 25, 2005
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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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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!

by Elroy Jetson December 04, 2006
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resembling a fascist rally. Where the people cheer at every stupid thing the speaker says.
I went to see Senator Krupt at the campus grounds and the crowd just obediently stared, waved their hands in the air and cheered at every fucking thing he said. They were eating it all up. The atmosphere was so sieg heil.
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