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Caatingspateltyrann {m} [ornith.]
Buff-breasted Tody Tyrant
Cabanisammer {f} [ornith.]
Cabanis's Yellow Bunting
Cabanisbülbül {m} [ornith.]
Cabanis' Greenbul
Cabanisdrossel {f} [ornith.]
Mountain Robin
Cabanistangare {f} [ornith.]
Azure-rumped Tanager
Tangaren {pl} (Thraupidae) (zoologische Familie) [ornith]
Abttangare {f}
Azurkopftangare {f}
Bangstangare {f}
Bischofstangare {f}
Blaubarttangare {f}
Blaubrusttangare {f}
Blauflecktangare {f}
Blauflügeltangare {f}
Blaukappentangare {f}
Blaurücken-Bergtangare {f}
Blauschultertangare {f}
Blauschwingen-Bergtangare {f}
Bluttangare {f}
Brasiltangare {f}
Brauenschopftangare {f}
Braunbauch-Bergtangare {f}
Braunbauchtangare {f}
Braunbrust-Würgertangare {f}
Braunflankentangare {f}
Braunohr-Bunttangare {f}
Brustfleckentangare {f}
Cabanistangare {f}
Carmioltangare {f}
Diademtangare {f}
Dreifarbentangare {f}
Drosseltangare {f}
Edwardstangare {f}
Elstertangare {f}
Feuerbürzeltangare {f}
Finkenbuschtangare {f}
Flammentangare {f}
Fleckentangare {f}
Flügelbindentangare {f}
Fuchstangare {f}
Furchentangare {f}
Gelbbauchtangare {f}
Gelbbrauentangare {f}
Gelbbürzeltangare {f}
Gelbkehl-Buschtangare {f}
Gelbkehltangare {f}
Gelbkopftangare {f}
Gelbrückentangare {f}
Gelbschenkeltangare {f}
Gelbschopftangare {f}
Gelbstirn-Würgertangare {f}
Gimpeltangare {f}
Glanzfleckentangare {f}
Goldbandtangare {f}
Goldbrusttangare {f}
Goldflügeltangare {f}
Goldkappentangare {f}
Goldohrtangare {f}
Goldringtangare {f}
Goldrücken-Bergtangare {f}
Goldscheiteltangare {f}
Goldschopftangare {f}
Goldtangare {f}
Graubrust-Buschtangare {f}
Graukehl-Buschtangare {f}
Graukopf-Buschtangare {f}
Graukopftangare {f}
Graurücken-Ameisentangare {f}
Grauscheitel-Palmtangare {f}
Grünkappentangare {f}
Grünkehltangare {f}
Grünnackentangare {f}
Grüntangare {f}
Guiratangare {f}
Haarschopftangare {f}
Halsbandtangare {f}
Haubentangare {f}
Heinetangare {f}
Isabelltangare {f}
Jelskitangare {f}
Karminameisentangare {f}
Kieferntangare {f}
Krontangare {f}
Kurzschnabel-Buschtangare {f}
Maskentangare {f}
Mennigohr-Bergtangare {f}
Mennigtangare {f}
Natterertangar
tanagers (zoological family)
yellow-winged tanager
blue-necked tanager
blue & gold tanager
blue-grey tanager
blue-whiskered tanager
gilt-edged tanager
glaucous tanager
black-headed tanager
red-necked tanager
hooded mountain tanager
black & gold tanager
blue-winged mountain tanager
flame-coloured tanager
brazilian tanager
scarlet-browed tanager
chestnut-bellied mountain tanager
buff-bellied tanager
fulvous shrike-tanager
brown-flanked tanager
orange-eared tanager
puerto rican tanager
azure-rumped tanager
Carmioli's tanager
diademed tanager
green-headed tanager
spotted tanager
moss-backed tanager
magpie tanager
flame-rumped tanager
common bush tanager
crimson-collared tanager
speckled tanager
white-banded tanager
brown tanager
blue & yellow tanager
yellow-bellied tanager
lemon-browed tanager
yellow-backed tanager
yellow-throated bush tanager
yellow-throated tanager
saffron-crowned tanager
yellow-rumped tanager
blue-capped tanager
yellow-crested tanager
white-winged shrike-tanager
cinnamon tanager
spangle-cheeked tanager
yellow-scarfed tanager
green & gold tanager
rufous-winged tanager
rust & yellow tanager
golden-eared tanager
gold-ringed tanager
golden-backed mountain tanager
golden-crowned tanager
fulvous-crested tanager
golden tanager
dusky-bellied bush tanager
ash-throated bush tanager
grey-hooded bush tanager
grey-headed tanager
sooty ant-tanager
grey-crowned palm tanager
green-capped tanager
geen-throated tanager
green-naped tanager
bay-headed tanager
guira tanager
black-goggled tanager
yellow-collared tanager
flame-crested tanager
black-capped tanager
burnished-buff tanager
golden-collared tanager
red-crowned ant-tanager
western tanager
ruby-crowned tanager
short-billed bush tanager
masked crimson tanager
scarlet-bellied mountain tanager
vermilon tanager
Natterer's tanager
ochre-breasted tanager

Cabanisweber {m} [ornith.]
Lesser Masked Weaver
Cabaniszaunkönig {m} [ornith.]
Plain Wren
Zeisige {pl} (Carduelis) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Alpenbirkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis cabaret)
Andenzeisig {m} (Carduelis spinescens)
Bartzeisig {m} (Carduelis barbata)
Birkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis flammea)
Dickschnabelzeisig {m} (Carduelis crassirostris)
Erlenzeisig {m} (Carduelis spinus)
Fichtenzeisig {m} (Carduelis pinus)
Gelbbauchzeisig {m} (Carduelis xanthogastra)
Goldzeisig {m} (Carduelis tristis)
Guatemalazeisig {m} (Carduelis atriceps)
Haitizeisig {m} (Carduelis dominicensis)
Kapuzenzeisig {m} (Carduelis cucullata)
Kordillerenzeisig {m} (Carduelis uropygialis)
Magellanzeisig {m} (Carduelis magellanica)
Maskenzeisig {m} (Carduelis lawrencei)
Mexikanerzeisig {m}; Mexikozeisig {m} (Carduelis psaltria)
Olivzeisig {m} (Carduelis olivacea)
Polarbirkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis hornemanni)
Safranzeisig {m} (Carduelis siemiradzkii)
Schwarzbrustzeisig {m} (Carduelis notata)
Schwarzzeisig {m} (Carduelis atrata)
Taiga-Birkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis flammea flammea)
Yarrellzeisig {m} (Carduelis yarrellii)
siskins; linnets; goldfinches; greenfinches; redpolls (zoological genus)
lesser redpoll
andean siskin
black-chinned siskin
common redpoll
thick-billed siskin
Eurasian siskin
pine siskin
yellow-bellied siskin
American goldfinch
black-capped siskin
antillean siskin
red siskin
yellow-rumped siskin
hooded siskin
Lawrence's goldfinch
dark-backed goldfinch
olivaceous siskin
Arctic redpoll
saffron siskin
black-headed siskin
black siskin
mealy redpoll
yellow-faced siskin
Kürbisrassel {f}; Cabasa {f}; Cabaza {f} (Schlaginstrument) [mus.]
Kürbisrasseln {pl}; Cabasas {pl}; Cabazas {pl}
cabasa (percussion instrument)
cabasas
Cabochon {m} (eine Schliffform bei Schmucksteinen)
cabochon
Wasser-Haarnixe {f} (Cabomba)
fanwort
Wasser-Haarnixe {f} [bot.] (Cabomba)
fanwort
Cabottragopan {m} [ornith.]
Cabot's Tragopan
Omnibus {m} (veraltend) [auto]
Omnibusse {pl}
Omnibus mit Fahrersitz über dem Motor; Cabover-Bus
motorbus; omnibus [Br.] (old-fashioned)
motorbuses; omnibuses
forward drive bus; cabover bus
Cabrio {n}, Cabriolet {n}, Kabrio {n}, Kabriolett {n} [auto]
Cabrios {pl}, Cabriolets {pl}, Kabrios {pl}, Kabrioletts {pl}
convertible, cabriolet
convertibles, cabriolets
Cabrio {n}; Cabriolet {n}; Kabrio {n}; Kabriolett {n} [auto]
Cabrios {pl}; Cabriolets {pl}; Kabrios {pl}; Kabrioletts {pl}
convertible; cabriolet
convertibles; cabriolets
Cabrioverdeck {n}; Cabriodach {n} [auto]
Cabrioverdecke {n}; Cabriodächer {pl}
convertible top; convertible roof
convertible tops; convertible roofs
Cabriodachsystem {n} [auto]
convertible top system; convertible roof system
Eigentliche Kakadus {pl} (Cacatua) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
true cockatoos (zoological genus)
Kakadus {pl} (Cacatuidae) (zoologische Familie) [ornith.]
cockatoos (zoological family)
Cache {m}, Cachespeicher {m}, Zwischenspeicher {m} [comp.]
in den Cachespeicher aufnehmen
cache, cache memory
to cache
Cache
cache
Cache {m}; Cachespeicher {m}; Zwischenspeicher {m} [comp.]
in den Cachespeicher aufnehmen
cache; cache memory
to cache
zwischenspeichern, cachen [comp.]
zwischenspeichernd, cachend
zwischengespeichert, gecached
to cache
cacheing
cached
etw. zwischenspeichern; puffern; cachen {vt} [comp.]
zwischenspeichernd; puffernd
zwischengespeichert; puffern
to buffer; to cache sth.
buffering; caching
buffered; cached
in den Cachespeicher aufnehmen
caching
Caching {n}, Aufnehmen im Zwischenspeicher [comp.]
caching
Caching {n}; Aufnehmen im Zwischenspeicher [comp.]
caching
Steppenmöwe {f} (Larus cachinnans) [ornith.]
Caspian gull
Kachugummi {m n}; Catechu {n}; Cachou {n} [pharm.] [textil.]
catechu; cashoo; cutch
Kakteengewächse {pl}; Kakteen {pl} (Cactaceae) (botanische Familie) [bot.]
cactus family; cacti (botanical family)
Caddie {m}
caddy; caddie
Cadillac {m}
cadillac
Cadillacs
cadillacs
Cadmium (Kadmium) {n} [chem.]
cadmium
Cadmium {n} (Kadmium) Cd [chem.]
cadmium
Cadmiumchlorid {n} [chem.]
cadmium chloride
Cadmiumpigment {n} [chem.]
Cadmiumpigmente {pl}
cadmium pigment
cadmium pigments
Kurzfühlerschrecken {pl} (Caelifera) (zoologische Unterordnung) [zool.]
short-horned grasshoppers (zoological suborder)
Pittas {pl} (Pittidae) (zoologische Familie) [ornith.]
Graubrust-Ameisenpitta {m}
Bartstreif-Ameisenpitta {m}
Strichelkopf-Ameisenpitta {m}
Olivrücken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Blakeameisenpitta {m}
Blaßschnabel-Ameisenpitta {m}
Tachiraameisenpitta {m}
Rostkehl-Ameisenpitta {m}
Weißkehl-Ameisenpitta {m}
Kastanienameisenpitta {m}
Rotohr-Ameisenpitta {m}
Großameisenpitta {m}
Riesenameisenpitta {m}
Graunacken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Schuppenkopf-Ameisenpitta {m}
Braunrücken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Rotrücken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Bandameisenpitta {m}
Rotkopf-Ameisenpitta {m}
Punaameisenpitta {m}
Bergameisenpitta {m}
Rostkappen-Ameisenpitta {m}
Zweifarben-Ameisenpitta {m}
Einfarb-Ameisenpitta {m}
Schuppenbauch-Ameisenpitta {m}
Königsameisenpitta {m}
Watkinsameisenpitta {m}
Salomonenpitta {m}
Angolapitta {m} (Pitta angolensis)
Rotkopfpitta {m} (Pitta arcuata)
Rotrückenpitta {m} (Pitta baudii)
Bengalenpitta {m}; Neunfarbenpitta {m} (Pitta brachyura)
Riesenpitta {m} (Pitta caerulea)
Blaupitta {m} (Pitta cyanea)
Schmuckpitta {m} (Pitta elegans)
Elliotpitta {m}
Rotbauchpitta {m} (Pitta erythrogaster)
Granatpitta {m} (Pitta granatina)
Blauschwanzpitta {m}
Goldkehlpitta {m} (Pitta gurneyi)
Regenbogenpitta {m} (Pitta iris)
Luzonpitta {m}
Halmaherapitta {m}
Blauflügelpitta {m} (Pitta moluccensis)
Blaunackenpitta {m} (Pitta nipalensis)
Nymphenpitta {m} (Pitta nympha)
Braunkopfpitta {m} (Pitta oatesi)
Sichelpitta {m}
Grünbrustpitta {m} (Pitta reichenowi)
Schneiderpitta {m} (Pitta schneideri)
Kappenpitta {m} (Pitta sordida)
Blaubürzelpitta {m} (Pitta soror)
Blaubauchpitta {m} (Pitta steerii)
Mohrenpitta {m}
Schwarzscheitelpitta {m}
Lärmpitta {m} (Pitta versicolor)
pittas (zoological family)
white-throated antpitta
moustached antpitta
stripe-headed antpitta
santa marta antpitta
chestnut antpitta
pale-billed antpitta
tachira antpitta
ochre-striped antpitta
elusive antpitta
chestnut-brown antpitta
rufous-faced antpitta
great antpitta
giant antpitta
grey-naped antpitta
scaled antpitta
plain-backed antpitta
bay-backed antpitta
brown-banded antpitta
chestnut-naped antpitta
puna antpitta
tawny antpitta
chestnut-crowned antpitta
bicoloured antpitta
rufous antpitta
undulated antpitta
variegated antpitta
Watkin's antpitta
black-faced pitta
African pitta
blue-banded pitta
blue-headed pitta
blue-winged pitta
giant pitta
blue pitta
elegant pitta
Elliot's pitta
red-breasted pitta
garnet pitta
blue-tailed pitta
Gurney's pitta
rainbow pitta
Koch's pitta
great pitta
blue-winged pitta; moluccan pitta
blue-naped pitta
fairy pitta
fulvous pitta
Phayre's pitta
green-breasted pitta
Schneider's pitta
hooded pitta
blue-backed pitta
Steere's pitta
superb pitta
black-crowned garnet pitta
noisy pitta
Blausucht {f}; Zyanose {f} [med.]
Blausucht des Neugeborenen (Morbus caeruleus neonatorum)
Lippenzyanose
cyanosis; cyanopathy
cyanosis of the newborn; blue baby
cyanosis of lips
Blaumeise {f} (Cyanistes caeruleus; Parus caeruleus) [ornith.]
Eurasian blue tit; tomtit
Gleitaar {m} (Elanus caeruleus) [ornith.]
black-shouldered kite; black-winged kite
Caesalpinien {pl} (Caesalpinia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
nickers and holdbacks (botanical genus)
Julius Cäsar
Julius Caesar
'Julius Cäsar' (von Shakespeare Werktitel) [lit.]
'Julius Caesar' (by Shakespeare work title)
Cäsarsalat {m} [cook.]
Caesar salad
Grauortolan {m} (Emberiza caesia) [ornith.]
Cretzschmar's bunting
Caesium (Zäsium) {n} [chem.]
caesium
Atomuhr {f}
Atomuhren {pl}
Cäsium-Atomuhr {f}
Rubidium-Atomuhr {f}
Thallium-Atomuhr {f}
Wasserstoff-Atomuhr {f}
atomic clock; atomic timing device
atomic clocks; atomic timing devices
caesium (atomic) beam clock; caesium atomic clock; cesium atomic clock [Am.]
rubidium (atomic) beam clock; rubidium atomic clock
thallium (atomic) beam clock
hydrogen atomic clock
Caesium {n}; Cesium {n} (Zäsium) Cs [chem.]
Radiocäsium {n} (Cs-137)
caesium [Br.]; cesium [Am.]
radiocaesium [Br.]; radiocesium [Am.] (Cs-137)
Café {n}; Kaffeehaus {n} [Ös.] [cook.]
Cafés {pl}; Kaffeehäuser {pl}
coffee house; coffee shop; coffee bar; café
coffee houses; coffee shops; coffee bars; cafés
Cafe {n}, Café {n}
cafe, café, coffee shop
Café {n}, Kaffeehaus {n}
Cafés {pl}, Kaffeehäuser {pl}
cafe, coffeehouse, coffe shop, coffee bar
cafes, coffeehouses, coffee shops, coffee bars
Cafe
cafe
Café, Kaffeehaus
coffeehouse
Cafeteria {f}
cafeteria
Cafeteria {f}
Cafeteria an britischen Univerversitäten
cafeteria
buttery [Br.]
Cafeterias
cafeterias
Turks- und Caicosinseln [geogr.]
Turks and Caicos Islands (tc)
Cockburn Town (Hauptstadt Turks- und Caicosinseln)
Cockburn Town (capital of Turks and Caicos Islands)
Turks- und Caicosinseln {pl} TC [geogr.]
Turks and Caicos Islands
Cockburn Town (Hauptstadt Turks- und Caicosinseln) [geogr.]
Cockburn Town (capital of Turks and Caicos Islands)
Rio Caine {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Caine (river)
Sternapfelbaum {m} (Chrysophyllum cainito) [bot.]
star apple tree; milk fruit tree; golden leaf tree
Brennwinden {pl} (Caiophora) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
caiophoras (botanical genus)
Senkkasten {m}; Caisson {m}
Senkkästen {pl}
caisson; cofferdam
caissons; cofferdams
Cajanus-Erbsen {pl} (Cajanus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Straucherbse {f} (Cajanus cajan)
cajanus peas (botanical genus)
pigeon pea; tropical green pea; gandule bean; Congo pea
Kajeputöl {n}; Cajeputöl {n}
cajeput oil; cajuput oil
Cakewalk
cakewalk
Cakewalk {m} (Gesellschaftstanz)
cakewalk
Cakewalks
cakewalks
Meersenf {m} (Cakile) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
searockets (botanical genus)
weshalb {conj}
Die Brokkoli stammen aus Kalabrien weshalb sie auch "calabrese" genannt werden.
which is why
Broccoli originates from the Calabria region which is why it is also called "calabrese".
Kaladien {pl}; Buntwurzen {pl} (Caladium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
angel wings; hearts of Jesus; elephant ears (botanical genus)
Reitgräser {pl} (Calamagrostis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
small-reeds; reedgrasses [Am.] (botanical genus)
Calambakholz {n}; edles Paradiesholz {n}
agalwood; agalloch
Calamin {m} [min.]
cadmia; calamine
Bergminzen {pl} (Calamintha) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
calamints (botanical genus)
Calamus-Rattanpalmen {pl} (Calamus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
calamus rattan palms (botanical genus)
Kalmus {m} (Acorus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Indischer Kalmus; Arnzei-Kalmus (Acorus calamus)
sweet flags (botanical genus)
common sweet flag; calamus (root); beewort; gladdon; flag root; pine root; bitter pepper root; sea sedge; sweet root grass myrtle rush sedge; myrtle root flag grass sedge
Grauammer {f} (Emberiza calandra) [ornith.]
corn bunting
Kalanderlerche {f} (Melanocorypha calandra) [ornith.]
calandra lark
Kurzzehenlerche {f} (Calandrella brachydactyla) [ornith.]
greater short-toed lark
Stummellerche {f} (Calandrella rufescens) [ornith.]
lesser short-toed lark
Calaverit {m} [min.]
calaverite
Spornammer {f} (Calcarius lapponicus) [ornith.]
lapland bunting
Pantoffelblumen {pl} (Calceolaria) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
slipper flowers; slipperworts; pocketbook flowers; Lady's purses (botanical genus)
Kalkspat {m}; Calcit {m}; Kalzit {m} [min.]
calcspar; calcite; calcareous spar
Calcium (Kalzium) {n} [chem.]
calcium
Calcium (Kalzium) {n} Ca [chem.]
calcium
Calciumacetat {n} [chem.]
calcium acetate
Calciumcarbid {n} [chem.]
calcium carbide
Calciumchlorid {n} [chem.]
Calcium chloride
Calciumformiat {n} [chem.]
calcium formate
Calciumhexaborid {n} [chem.]
calcium hexaboride
Calciumhydroxidsuspension {f} [chem.]
calcium hydroxide suspension
Calciumhypochlorit {n} [chem.]
calcium hypochlorite
Calciummetall {n} [chem.]
calcium metal
Branntkalk {m}; Ätzkalk {m}; ungelöschter Kalk {m}; Calciumoxid {n}
quicklime; caustic lime; unslaked lime; calcium oxide
dreibasisches Calciumphosphat {n}; Tricalciumphosphat {n} [chem.]
tricalcium phosphate
Calciumpulver {n} [chem.]
calcium powder
Calciumsilicat {n} [chem.]
calcium silicate
Calcutta (Stadt in Indien)
Calcutta (city in India)
Krater {m}, Caldera {f}
Krater {pl}
caldera
calderas
Vulkankessel {m}; vulkanischer Einsturzkrater {m}; Caldera {f} [geol.]
volcanic inbreak crater; caldera
'Caleb Williams oder die Dinge wie sie sind' (von Godwin Werktitel) [lit.]
'Things as They are or The Adventures of Caleb Williams' (by Godwin work title)
Ringelblumen {pl} (Calendula) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
pot marigolds (botanical genus)
Wendich {m}; Kalepine {f} (Calepina irregularis) [bot.]
white ball-mustard
Cali (Stadt in Kolumbien)
Cali (city in Colombia)
Cali (Stadt in Kolumbien) [geogr.]
Cali (city in Colombia)
Calibrachoa-Pflanzen {pl} (Calibrachoa) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Zauberglöckchen {n} (Calibrachoa × hybrida)
calibrachoa plants (botanical genus)
millionbells
Dornginster {pl} (Calicotome) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
spiny brooms (botanical genus)
Calicut, Kozhikode (Stadt in Indien)
Calicut, Kozhikode (city in India)
Calicut; Kozhikode (Stadt in Indien) [geogr.]
Calicut; Kozhikode (city in India)
Alpenstrandläufer {m} (Calidris alpina) [ornith.]
dunlin
Bairdstrandläufer {m} (Calidris bairdii) [ornith.]
Baird's sandpiper
Graubrust-Strandläufer {m} (Calidris melanotos) [ornith.]
pectoral sandpiper
Großer Knutt {m} (Calidris tenuirostris) [ornith.]
great knot
Knutt {m} (Calidris canutus) [ornith.]
red knot
Meerstrandläufer {m} (Calidris maritima) [ornith.]
purple sandpiper
Rotkehl-Strandläufer {m} (Calidris ruficollis) [ornith.]
red-necked stint
Sanderling {m} (Calidris alba) [ornith.]
sanderling
Sandstrandläufer {m} (Calidris pusilla) [ornith.]
semipalmated sandpiper
Sichelstrandläufer {m} (Calidris ferruginea) [ornith.]
curlew sandpiper
Temminckstrandläufer {m} (Calidris temminckii) [ornith.]
Temminck's stint
Weißbürzel-Strandläufer {m} (Calidris fuscicollis) [ornith.]
white-rumped sandpiper
Wiesenstrandläufer {m} (Calidris minutilla) [ornith.]
least sandpiper
Zwergstrandläufer {m} (Calidris minuta) [ornith.]
little stint
Kalifornischer Kondor {m} (Gymnogyps californianus) [ornith.]
California condor
Kobrapflanze {f}; Kobralilie {f} (Darlingtonia californica) [bot.]
California pitcher plant; cobra plant; cobra lily
Californium (Kalifornium) {n} [chem.]
californium
Californium (Kalifornium) {n} Cf [chem.]
californium
Buschspötter {m} (Hippolais caligata) [ornith.]
booted warbler
Sumpfkalla {f}; Sumpf-Schlangenwurz {f}; Schlangenwurz {f}; Drachenwurz {f}; Schlangenkraut {n}; Schweinsohr {n} (Calla palustris) [bot.]
marsh calla; wild calla; water arum; bog arum
Lappenvögel {pl} (Callaeidae) (zoologische Familie) [ornith.]
New Zealand wattlebirds (zoological family)
Callcenter {n}
Callcenter {pl}
call center, call centre [Br.]
call centers, call centres
Callcenter {n}
Callcenter {pl}
call center; call centre [Br.]
call centers; call centres
Callcenterservice {m}
call centre service [Br.]; call center service [Am.]
Callgirl {n}
Callgirls {pl}
call girl
call girls
Springaffen {pl} (Callicebus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
titi monkeys; titis (zoological genus)
Callinectes- Schwimmkrabben {pl} (Callinectes) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Blaue Schwimmkrabbe {f}; Blaukrabbe {f} (Callinectes sapidus)
callinectes swimming crabs (zoological genus)
Atlantic blue crab; chesapeake blue crab; blue crab
Nachtigallen und verwandte Arten {pl} (Luscinia) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Blaukehlchen {n} (Luscinia svecica)
Nachtigall {f} (Luscinia megarhynchos)
Rubinkehlchen {n} (Luscinia calliope)
Sprosser {m} (Luscinia luscinia)
nightingales and relatives (zoological genus)
bluethroat
common nightingale
Siberian rubythroat
thrush nightingale
Schmeißfliegen {pl} (Calliphoridae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
blow flies; blow-flies; carrion flies; cluster flies; blue bottle flies; bluebottles; green bottles flies; greenbottles (zoological family)
Poor Knights-Lilie {f} (Xeronema callistemon) [bot.]
Poor Knights lily
Marmosetten {pl} (Callithrix) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
marmosets (zoological genus)
Weißbüscheläffchen {n}; Weißbüschelaffe {m} (Callithrix jacchus) [zool.]
common marmoset; cotton-eared marmoset
Zwergseidenäffchen {n} (Callithrix pygmaea Cebuella pygmaea)
pygmy marmoset; dwarf monkey
Wassersterne {pl} (Callitriche) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
water-starworts (botanical genus)
Krallenaffen {pl}; Krallenäffchen {pl} (Callitrichidae Callitrichinae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
callitrichids (zoological family)
Seebär {m} [zool.]
Seebären {pl}
Nördliche Seebär (Callorhinus ursinus)
fur seal
fur seals
Northern Fur Seal
Rostrum corporis callosi {n} [anat.]
rostrum of the corpus callosum
Callov {n} [geol.]
Callovian (Stage)
Callshop {m}
call shop
Besenheide {f} (Calluna vulgaris) [bot.]
common heather; ling
Rauchzypresse {f}; kalifornische Weihrauchzeder {f}; (kalifornische) Flusszeder {f} (Calocedrus decurrens) [bot.]
California incense cedar
Weihrauchzedern (Calocedrus) (botanische Gattung) {pl} [bot.]
incense cedars (botanical genus)
Gelbschnabel-Sturmtaucher {m} (Calonectris diomedea) [ornith.]
Cory's shearwater
Phlogiston {n}; Caloricum {n} [chem.] [hist.]
phlogiston
Dotterblumen {pl} (Caltha) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Sumpfdotterblume {f} (Caltha palustris)
caltha (botanical genus)
marsh marigold; kingcup
Calumma-Chamäleons {pl} (Calumma) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Tarzanchamäleon {n} (Calumma tarzan)
calumma chameleons (zoological genus)
Tarzan chameleon
Calvados {m} [cook.]
Calvados
Calvin-Zyklus {m} [biochem.]
Calvin cycle
Glatzenbartvogel {m} (Gymnobucco calvus) [ornith.]
naked-faced barbet
Torfgränke {f}; Zwerglorbeer {m} (Chamaedaphne calyculata) [bot.]
leatherleaf
Calypso {m}
calypso
Calypso (Tanz im Rumbarythmus)
calypso
Calypsos
calypsos
Zaunwinden {pl} (Calystegia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
false bindweeds morning glories (botanical genus)
Calyx {m}
calyx
Camée {n}; Kamee {n}; erhabene Gemme {f}; geschnittener Stein (Schmuckstein)
cameo
Universitätsdozent {m} (insb. in Cambridge oder Oxford)
don [Br.]
Cambridge {n} (Stadt in England)
Cambridge (city in England)
Cambridge-Absolvent {m} mit ausgezeichnetem Mathematikabschluss [stud.]
wrangler [Br.] (Cambridge student placed in the first class of the mathematical tripos)
Studienfach {n} an der Universität Cambridge [stud.]
tripos [Br.] (subject of study at Cambridge University)
Cambridge {n} (Stadt in England) [geogr.]
Cambridge (city in England)
Camcorder {m} [techn.]
camcorder
Camden
camden
Camée {n}, Kamee {n}, erhabene Gemme {f}, geschnittener Stein (Schmuckstein)
cameo
Leindotter {m} (Camelina) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
false flax; German sesame; Siberian oilseeds (botanical genus)
Kamelien {pl} (Camellia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
camellias; camelias (botanical genus)
Giraffe {f}; Kamelopard {m}; Camelopardalis (Sternbild) [astron.]
giraffe; camelopard
Camembert {m} [cook.]
Camembert
Camembert {m}; Camembertkäse {m} [cook.]
Camembert cheese
Camera
camera
Camp {n}
camp
Camp {n}
Camps {pl}
camp
camps
Näherung {f}; Approximation {f} [math.]
erste Näherung
in erster Näherung
Blum-Näherung
Borges-Approximation
Burkholder-Näherung
Camp-Paulson-Approximation
Hastings-Näherung
Laplace-Approximation
Merrington-Pearson-Näherung
Näherung nach Esseen
Näherung durch Polynome
Harleysche Approximation
Näherung durch Potenzreihenentwicklung
Poisson-Approximation
Sattelpunktnäherung
Satterthwaite-Approximation; Satterthwaite-Test
stochastisches Näherungsverfahren
beschleunigte stochastische Approximation
Dvoretskysches Theorem über stochastische Näherung
approximation
first-order approximation
in the first approximation
Blum approximation
Borges' approximation
Burkholder approximation
Camp-Paulson approximation
Hastings approximation
Laplace approximation
Merrington-Pearson approximation
Esseen-type approximation
polynominal approximation
Harley approximation
power series approximation
Poisson approximation
saddle point approximation
Satterthwaite's approximation; Satterthwaite's test
stochastic approximation procedure
accelerated stochastic approximation
Dvoretsky's stochastic approximation theorem
Campan {n} [geol.]
Campanian (Stage)
Cowbell {n}; Campana {f}; Cencerro {n} (Schlaginstrument) [mus.]
cowbell (percussion instrument)
Campanologie {f}; Kampanologie {f}; Glockenkunde {f} (lat. campana - die Glocke)
Campanologe {m}; Campanologin {f}
campanology
campanologist
Campanile Kampanile {m} [arch.]
Campanile; Kampanile {m}
campanile
belfry
Glockenblumen {pl} (Campanula) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
rundblättrige Glockenblume {f} (Campanula rotundifolia)
bellflowers (botanical genus)
harebell; bluebell [Sc.]
Campbell-Insel {f} [geogr.]
Campbell Island
Campbellscharbe {f} [ornith.]
Campbell Is Cormorant
Camping {n}; Campieren {n}; Campen {n}; Zelten {n}
wildes Zelten
wildes Campieren Campen Zelten
camping; tent camping
backcountry camping
random camping
zelten; campieren; campen {vi}
zeltend; campierend; campend
gezeltet; campiert; gecampt
er sie zeltet
ich er sie zeltete
zelten gehen
Zelten verboten!
to camp; to tent
camping; tenting
camped; tented
he she camps; he she tents
I he she camped; I he she tented
to go camping
No camping!
Zeltbewohner {m}, Camper {m}
camper
Zeltbewohner {m}; Camper {m}
camper
Feldgrille {f} (Gryllus campestris) [zool.]
Feldgrillen {pl}
field cricket
field crickets
Feldsandläufer {m}; Feldsandlaufkäfer {m}; Sandkäfer {m} (Cicindela campestris) [zool.]
green tiger beetle
Brachpieper {m} (Anthus campestris) [ornith.]
tawny pipit
Campinas (Stadt in Brasilien)
Campinas (city in Brazil)
Campinas (Stadt in Brasilien) [geogr.]
Campinas (city in Brazil)
Camping {n}, Zelten {n}
camping, tent camping
Camping
camping
Camping, Telten
camping
Winter-Camping
camping in winter
Camping-Anlage am See
lake-side camping site
hevorragende Camping-Plätze
splendid camping-sites
Zelten, Camping
camping
Campingartikel {m}
Campingartikel {pl}
camping item; item of camping equipment
camping items; camping equipment
Campingausrüstung {f}
camping equipment, camping outfit
Campingausruestung
camping equipment
Campingausrüstung {f}
camping equipment; camping outfit
Campingausweis {m}
Campingausweise {pl}
camping permit
camping permits
Campingbedarf {m}
camping supply
Campingbett {n}
campbed
Campingbett
campbed
Campingbett {n}; Campingliege {f}; Gartenliege {f}; Sonnenliege {f}; Dreibeinliege {f}
Campingbetten {pl}; Campingliegen {pl}; Gartenliegen {pl}; Sonnenliegen {pl}; Dreibeinliegen {pl}
camp bed [Br.]; sunbed [Br.]; cot [Am.]
camp beds; sunbeds; cots
Campingbus
motor caravan
Wohnmobil {n}; Reisemobil {n}; Campingbus {m} [auto]
Wohnmobile {pl}; Reisemobile {pl}; Campingbusse {pl}
großes Wohnmobil
motorhome; motor caravan [Br.]; camper van [Br.]; camper [Br.]; recreational vehicle RV [Am.]
motorhomes; motor caravans; camper vans; campers; recreational vehicles
power cruiser
Campingfahrzeug {n} [auto]
recreational vehicle (RV) [Am.]; camping van; camper
Campingführer {m}
camping guide, camping guidebook
Führer {m} (Handbuch)
Führer {pl}
Campingführer {m}
Reiseführer {m}
Stadtführer {m}
Wanderführer {m}
guidebook; guide
guidebooks; guides
camping guidebook; camping guide
travel guidebook; travel guide
city guidebook
walking guidebook [Br.]; hiking guidebook [Am.]
Campinggeschirr {n}
camping tableware
Campinggrill {m}; Campinggriller {m} [cook.]
Campinggrills {pl}; Campinggriller {pl}
camp grill
camping grills
Campingherd {m}; Campingofen {m}
Campingherde {pl}; Campingöfen {pl}
cooking stove; cookstove [Am.]
cooking stoves; cookstoves
Campingindustrie {f}
camping industry
Campingleuchte {f}
Campingleuchte {f}
Campingleuchte {f}
Campingleuchte {f}
camping lamp
camping torch [Br.]; camping flashlight
camping lantern
camping light
Campingliege {f}
campbed
Zeltplatz {m}; Campingplatz {m}
Zeltplätze {pl}; Campingplätze {pl}
bewachter Campingplatz
vollständig ausgestatteter Campingplatz
campsite; camping site; camping ground; campground [Am.]
campsites; camping sites; camping grounds; campgrounds
guarded camping site
fully equipped serviced camping site
Campingplatz {m}
camp site, campground, camping ground [Am.]
Stellplatz {m} (auf Campingplatz)
pitch, site
Zeltplatz {m}, Campingplatz {m}
campground [Am.]
Zeltplatz {m}, Campingplatz {m}
camping site
Campingplatz
camp site
Campingplatz
camping ground
Campingplatz
camping site
Campingplatz
campsite
Standplatz {m} (auf der Straße oder dem Campingplatz)
pitch (in the street or on a camping site)
Stellplatz {m} (auf Campingplatz)
pitch; site
Campingplatzgebiet {n}
caravan and camping area
Campingplatzgebiet {n}
Campingplatzgebiete {pl}
caravan and camping area
caravan and camping areas
Campingstuhl {m}
Campingstühle {pl}
(folding) camp chair
(folding) camp chairs
Campingtisch {m}
Campingtische {pl}
(folding) camp table
(folding) camp tables
Tourismus {m}; Fremdenverkehr {m}
Abenteuertourismus {m}
Campingtourismus {m}
Kindersextourismus {m}
Massenterrorismus {m}; Megaterrorismus {m}
Sextourismus {m}
Strandtourismus {m}
tourism
adventure tourism
camping tourism
child sex tourism
mass terrorism; megaterrorism
sex tourism
seaside tourism
Campingtourist {m}
Campingtouristen {pl}
camper (person)
campers
jdn. (anfallen und) schlimm zurichten {vt} (Tier)
schlimm zurichtend
schlimm zugerichtet
Der Campingtourist wurde von einem Bären zerfleischt.
to savage sb. (animal)
savaging
savaged
The camper was savaged to death by a bear.
Campingurlaub {m}
camping vacation
Campingurlaub {m}
camping holiday; camping vacation [Am.]
Campingwagen {m}
Campingwagen {pl}
camping car
camping cars
Camposammer {f} [ornith.]
Black-masked Finch
Camposerdhacker {m} [ornith.]
Campo Miner
Camposspottdrossel {f} [ornith.]
Chalk-browed Mockingbird
Campostäubchen {n} [ornith.]
Long-tailed Ground Dove
Trompetenblumen {pl}; Klettertrompeten {pl}; Jasmintrompeten {pl}; Trompetenwinden {pl}; Trompetenweine {pl} (Campsis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
trumpet creepers; hummingbird vines; cow itch vines (botanical genus)
Camptonit {m} [min.]
camptonite
Streifenfarne {pl} (Asplenium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
brauner Streifenfarn; Steinfeder (Asplenium trichomanes)
braungrüner Streifenfarn (Asplenium adulterinum)
deutscher Streifenfarn (Asplenium alternifolium)
grüner Streifenfarn; Grünstiel-Streifenfarn (Asplenium viride Asplenium trichomanes-ramosum)
kriechender Streifenfarn (Asplenium rhizophyllum Camptosorus rhizophyllus)
lanzettblättriger Streifenfarn; Billots Streifenfarn (Asplenium billotii)
schwarzer Streifenfarn (Asplenium adiantum-nigrum)
spleenworts (botanical genus)
common dwarf maidenhair spleenwort; English maidenhair
ladder spleenwort
alternate-leaved spleenwort
green spleenwort; bright-green spleenwort
walking fern; walking leaf
lanceolatespleenwort; Billot's spleenwort
black spleenwort
Universitätsgelände {n}, Unigelände {n}, Campus {m}
Campus {pl}
campus
campuses
Campus
campuses
Campus
campus
Universitätsgelände {n}; Unigelände {n}; Campus {m} [stud.]
Campus {pl}
campus
campuses
Campusnetz {n}
Campusnetze {pl}
campus network
campus networks
Paralithodes-Königskrabben {pl} (Paralithodes) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Rote Königskrabbe {f}; Kamtschatkakrabbe {f}; Monsterkrabbe {f} (paralithodes camtschaticus)
paralithodes king crabs (zoological genus)
red king crab
Kasarkas {pl} (Tadorna) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Brandgans {f} (Tadorna tadorna)
Radjahgans {f} (Tadorna radjah)
Rostgans {f} (Tadorna ferruginea)
Australische Kasarka {m} (Tadorna tadornoides)
Graukopfkasarka {m} (Tadorna cana)
Paradieskasarka {m} (Tadorna variegata)
Schopfkasarka {m} (Tadorna cristata)
shelducks (zoological genus)
common shelduck
raja shelduck
ruddy shelduck
Australian shelduck
South African shelduck
paradise shelduck T
crested shelduck
Eiben {pl} (Taxus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
chinesische Eibe {f} (Taxus sumatrana)
europäische Eibe {f}; gemeine gewöhnliche Eibe {f}; Eibe {f} (Taxus baccata)
Florida-Eibe {f} (Taxus floridana)
Himalaja-Eibe {f} (Taxus wallichiana)
japanische Eibe {f} (Taxus cuspidata)
kanadische Eibe {f} (Taxus canadensis)
mexikanische Eibe {f} (Taxus globosa)
pazifische Eibe {f} (Taxus brevifolia)
yews; yew trees (botanical genus)
Chinese yew; Sumatran yew
European yew; English yew; common yew
Florida yew
Himalayan yew
Japanese yew
Canada yew; American yew; ground hemlock; shinwood
Mexican yew
Pacific yew; Western yew
Goldruten {pl} (Solidago) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gewöhnliche Goldrute gemeine Goldrute (Solidago virgaurea)
raue Goldrute (Solidago rugosa)
Riesengoldrute; hohe späte Goldrute; stolzer Heinrich (Solidago gigantea)
grasblättrige Goldrute (Solidago graminifolia)
kanadische Goldrute (Solidago canadensis)
goldenrods (botanical genus)
European goldenrod; woundwort
rough-stemmed goldenrod; wrinkle-leaf goldenrod
giant goldenrod; tall smooth late goldenrod
grass-leaved goldenrod; flat-top goldentop
Canada golden-rod Canada goldenrod
Schierlingstannen {pl}; Hemlocktannen {pl} (Tsuga) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
kanadische Schierlingstanne {f}; kanadische Hemlocktanne {f} (Tsuga canadensis)
westamerikanische Hemlocktanne {f}; verschiedenblättrige Hemlocktanne {f} (Tsuga heterophylla)
hemlocks (botanical genus)
Eastern hemlock; Canadian hemlock
Western hemlock
Schafe {pl} (Ovis) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Wildschaf {n} (Ovis orientalis)
Hausschaf {n} (Ovis orientalis aries)
Riesenwildschaf {n}; Argali {n} (Ovis ammon)
Dall-Schaf {n}; Alaska-Schneeschaf {n} (Ovis dalli)
Dickhornschaf {n} (Ovis canadensis)
Urial {m}; Steppenschaf {n} (Ovis orientalis vignei-Gruppe)
sheep (zoological genus)
wild sheep
domestic sheep
mountain sheep; argali
dall sheep
bighorn sheep
urial
Wapiti {m}; Wapitihirsch {m} (Cervus canadensis) [zool.]
Wapitis {pl}; Wapitihirsche {pl}
Canadian elk
Canadian elks
Kanadagans {f} (Branta canadensis) [ornith.]
canada goose
Kanadakranich {m}; Sandhügelkranich {m} (Grus canadensis) [ornith.]
Kleiner Kanadakranich (Grus canadensis canadensis)
sandhill crane
lesser sandhill crane
Canadian {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Canadian (river)
Perna-Miesmuscheln {pl} (Perna) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Grünschalmuschel {f}; Grünlippmuschel {f} (Perna canaliculus)
perna mussels (zoological genus)
green-shell mussel; green-lipped mussel; New Zealand mussel
Mandibularkanal {m} (Canalis mandibulae) [med.]
mandibular canal
Canangabaum {m} [bot.]
ylang ylang
Canangabaum
ylang ylang
Gran Canaria {n} (Kanarische Insel) [geogr.]
Gran Canaria (Canary Island)
Kanaribäume {pl} (Canarium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
canarium trees (botanical genus)
Canasta {n}
canasta
Canasta
canasta
Canberra (Hauptstadt von Australien)
Canberra (capital of Australia)
Canberra (Hauptstadt von Australien) [geogr.]
Canberra (capital of Australia)
Cancer-Taschenkrebse {pl} (Cancer) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Taschenkrebs {m} (Cancer pagurus)
cancer crabs (zoological genus)
brown crab; edible crab
Süßwasser-Hornhecht {m} (Xenentodon cancilia) [zool.]
round-tailed garfish
Süßwasser-Hornhecht {m} (Xenentodon cancilia) [zool.]
silver needlefish
Süßwasser-Hornhecht {m} (Xenentodon cancilia) [zool.]
Süßwasser-Hornhechte {pl}
round-tailed garfish; silver needlefish
round-tailed garfishes; silver needlefishes
Taschenkrebse {pl}; Felsenkrabben {pl} (Cancridae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
cancridae crabs (zoological family)
Cancrinit {m}
cancrinite
cand. : Kandidat (Prüfungsanwärter)
candidate
Kandidat {m}; Anwärter {m} cand.
Kandidaten {pl}; Anwärter {pl}
als sicher geltender Kandidat; sicherer Gewinner
candidate
candidates
shoo-in
'Candide oder die beste aller Welten' (von Voltaire Werktitel) [lit.]
'Candide or all for the Best' (by Voltaire work title)
Kaffeepflanzen {pl} (Coffea) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Arabica-Kaffee {m}; Bergkaffee {m} (Coffea arabica)
Liberica-Kaffee {m} (Coffea liberica)
Robusta-Kaffee {m}; Tiefland-Kaffee {m} (Coffea canephora)
Stenophylla-Kaffee {m} (Coffea stenophylla)
coffee plants (botanical genus)
arabica coffee; mountain coffee
Liberian coffee
Robusta coffee
Stenophylla coffee
Cornrows {pl}; Canerows {pl} (eine Art Frisur)
cornrows; canerows (a hairstyle)
Schussgarnspule {f}; Schussspule {f}; Kanette {f}; Canette {f} [textil.]
Schussgarnspulen {pl}; Schussspulen {pl}; Kanetten {pl}; Canetten {pl}
abgeschlagener Schuss (Fehler)
weft bobbin; pirn
weft bobbins; pirns
sloughted-off pirn; slough-off
echte Brillenwürger {pl} (Prionops) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Angolabrillenwürger; Gabelawürger (Prionops gabela)
Braunstirn-Brillenwürger; Braunstirnwürger (Prionops scopifrons)
Brillenwürger (Prionops plumatus)
Dreifarben-Brillenwürger (Prionops retzii)
Gelbschopf-Brillenwürger (Prionops alberti)
Grauschopf-Brillenwürger (Prionops poliolophus)
Rostbauch-Brillenwürger (Prionops caniceps)
typical helmetshrikes (zoological genus)
gabela helmetshrike; Rand's red-billed helmet shrike
chestnut-fronted helmetshrike
white-crested helmetshrike
Retz's helmetshrike
yellow-crested helmetshrike
grey-crested helmetshrike
red-billed helmetshrike
Sirius {m}; Hundsstern {m}; Aschere {m}; Canicula [astron.]
Sirius; Dog Star
Blaulatzara {m}; Blaukehlara {m}; Caninde-Ara {m} (Ara glaucogularis; früher Ara caninde) [ornith.]
blue-throated macaw (formerly Caninde Macaw or Wagler's Macaw)
Harfensträucher {pl} (Plectranthus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Katzenschreck {m}; Hundeschreck {m}; Verpiss-Dich-Pflanze {f} (Plectranthus caninus)
Weihrauchkraut {n}; Mottenkönig {m}; Elfengold {n} [Ös.] (Plectranthus coleoides forsteri glabratus)
spurflowers (botanical genus)
scaredy cat plant; dog's gone plant; piss-off plant
white-edged Swedish ivy
Wölfe und Schakale {pl}; Wolfs- und Schakalartige {pl} (Canis) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Äthiopischer Wolf; Äthiopischer Schakal; Abessinischer Fuchs [alt] (Canis simensis)
wolves and jackals (zoological genus)
Ethiopian wolf; Abyssinian wolf; Abyssinian fox; red jackal; Simien fox; Simien jackal
australischer Wildhund {m}; Dingo {m} (Canis lupus dingo) [zool.]
Austrialian dingo; dingo; warrigal; wild dog
Hanfgewächse {pl} (Cannabaceae) (botanische Familie) [bot.]
cannabis family (botanical family)
Bluthänfling {m} (Carduelis cannabina) [ornith.]
(Eurasian) linnet
Cannabis {m}
cannabis, 420 (four-twenty) [Am.] [slang]
Hanf {m}; Kannabis {n} (Cannabis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Gewöhnlicher Hanf; Echter Hanf (Cannabis sativa)
Wildhanf (Cannabis sativa var. spontanea)
Indischer Hanf (Cannabis indica)
cannabis (botanical genus)
common hemp
wild hemp
Indian hemp
Kulturhanf {m}; Nutzhanf {m}; Industriehanf {m} (Cannabis sativa var. sativa) [bot.]
Frühhanf {m}
Reinhanf {m}; Schwinghanf {m}; Strähnhanf {m}
Saathanf {m}
Schleißhanf {m}
cultivated hemp
spring hemp
scutched hemp
female hemp
stripped hemp
sich etw. zu Nutze zunutze machen
sich Synergien zunutze machen
Machen Sie sich unsere Erfahrung zu Nutze!
Die Bande machte sich die vorübergehende Lockerung der Cannabis-Bestimmungen zu Nutze um Rauschgift im Wert von 1 Mio. ins Land zu schaffen.
Diesen Umstand versuchen sich Terroristen zunutze zu machen.
to take advantage of sth.; to exploit sth.; to draw on sth.
to exploit synergies
Draw on our experience!
The gang took advantage of the temporary relaxation of cannabis laws to bring 1m worth of drugs into the country.
Terrorists are trying to turn this situation to their own advantage.
Cannabisharz {n}; Haschisch {n}; Hasch {n} [ugs.]
cannabis resin; hashish; hash
Cannabiskraut {n}; Marihuana {n}; Gras {n} [slang]
cannabis herb; marijuana; marihuana; weed [slang]; grass [slang]; pot [slang]; sess [slang] <420 ("four-twenty") >
Kannabispflanze {f}; Cannabispflanze {f} [bot.]
Kannabispflanzen {pl}; Cannabispflanzen {pl}
cannabis plant
cannabis plants
einen Ort mit Räucherduft erfüllen; durchduften {vt}
Der Duft von Cannabisrauch erfüllte die Luft.
to incense a place
The aroma of cannabis incensed the air.
Cannelébindung {f} [textil.]
cannele weave
Riefenfeile {f}; Kannelierfeile {f}; Cannelierfeile {f} [techn.]
Riefenfeilen {pl}; Kannelierfeilen {pl}; Cannelierfeilen {pl}
hand checkering file
hand checkering files
Kännelkohle {f}; Cannelkohle {f} (langflammige Kohle)
cannel coal
Cannelloni {pl} (ital. Röhrennudeln) [cook.]
Cannelloni (Ital. pasta)
Cannes (Stadt in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Frankreich) [geogr.]
Cannes (city in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur France)
Florettseide {f}; Florettmasse {f}; Florettmaterial {n}; Schappeseide {f}; Schappe {f} (Abfallprodukt der Seidenhaspelei) [textil.]
Cannetteseide {f}
schappe silk; schappe; florette silk; florette; floret
single schappe silk
Cannon-Stecker {m}
Cannon connector
Anschlussstecker {m}; Stecker {m}; Männchen {n} [ugs.]; Manderl {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.] [ugs.] (Audio Elektronik TV) [electr.] [telco.]
Anschlussstecker {pl}; Stecker {pl}; Männchen {pl}; Manderl {pl}
Cannon-Stecker {m}
Cinch-Stecker {m}
vergossener Stecker
Stecker im militärischen Bereich
connector plug; plug connector; male connector; male (audio electronics TV)
connector plugs; plug connectors; male connectors; males
Cannon connector
RCA connector; RCA-plug; cinch plug
potted connector
MS connector
Canolaöl gehärtet {n} [chem.]
canola oil hydrogenated
Kuckuck {m} (Cuculus canorus) [ornith.]
common cuckoo; Eurasian cuckoo
klein beigeben; zurückstecken; zu Kreuze kriechen [übtr.]; Abbitte leisten; den Canossagang antreten [übtr.]
zurückstecken müssen; kleinere Töne spucken müssen; kleine(re) Brötchen backen müssen; es billiger geben müssen [Ös.]
Ich werde nicht klein beigeben.
to eat humble pie; to eat crow [Am.] [fig.]
to have to eat humble pie crow
I won't eat humble pie crow.
cantabile; gesangsartig {adj} (Ausdrucksbezeichnung) [mus.]
cantabile; in a singing style (expression marking)
Irische Heide {f}; Glanzheide {f} (Daboecia cantabrica) [bot.]
Irish heath; St Dabeoc's heath
Warzenmelone {f}, Cantaloupe-Melone {f} [bot.] [cook.]
cantaloupe, cantalope
Warzenmelone {f}; Cantaloupe-Melone {f} [bot.] [cook.]
cantaloupe; cantalope
Zuckermelone {f} (Cucumis melo) [bot.] [cook.]
Honigmelone {f}; Amarillo {f} (Cucumis melo inodorus)
Warzenmelone {f}; Kantalupmelone {f} (Cucumis melo cantalupensis)
musk melon
honeydew melon; winter melon; crenshaw melon; casaba melon
sugar melon; rock melon; Persion melon; cantaloupe melon; canteloupe melon
'Das Gespenst von Canterville' (von Wilde Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Canterville Ghost' (by Wilde work title)
Cantilever-Felgenbremse {f}
cantilever caliper brake
Cantilever-Felgenbremse {f}
Cantilever-Felgenbremsen {pl}
cantilever caliper brake
cantilever caliper brakes
Auslegefeder {f}; Cantileverfeder {f} [auto]
Auslegefedern {pl}; Cantileverfedern {pl}
cantilever spring
cantilever springs
Weißbart-Grasmücke {f} (Sylvia cantillans) [ornith.]
subalpine warbler
Menge {f} [math.]
Mengen {pl}
abgeschlossene Menge
abzählbar unendliche Menge
akzeptierbare Menge
überabzählbar unendliche Menge
Cantorsche Menge {f}
set
sets
closed set
countably infinite set
acceptable set
uncountably infinite set
Cantor set
Cantua-Sperrkräuter {pl} (Cantua) (botanische Gattung)
Kantuta; Cantuta; Quantuta (Cantua buxifolia)
cantua phloxes (botanical genus)
cantuta; quantuta; kantuta
gregorianischer Gesang {m} [mus.] [relig.]
Cantus planus {m}
plainsong
plainsong
Grauspecht {m} (Picus canus) [ornith.]
grey-faced woodpecker; grey-headed woodpecker
Sturmmöwe {f} (Larus canus) [ornith.]
common gull
Schlucht {f}, Felsschlucht {f}, Canyon {m} [geogr.]
Schluchten {pl}, Felsschluchten {pl}, Canyons {pl}
Grand Canyon
canyon
canyons
Grand Canyon
Schlucht {f}; Felsschlucht {f}; Canyon {m} [geol.]
Schluchten {pl}; Felsschluchten {pl}; Canyons {pl}
Grand Canyon {m} [geogr.]
canyon; sinking creek
canyons; sinking creeks
Grand Canyon
Umhang {m}; Cape {n}; loser Mantel {m} [textil.]
Umhänge {pl}; Capes {pl}; lose Mäntel {pl}
cloak
cloaks
Chor {m} (Gemeinschaft von Singenden) [mus.]
Chöre {pl}
im Chor singen
Er singt im Schulchor.
arrangiert transkribiert für A-Capella-Chor
choir (group of singers)
choirs
to sing in the choir
He sings in the school choir.
arranged transcribed for a cappella choir
a cappella {adj}; A-capella-... [mus.]
a cappella
Gemeine Delfine; Gewöhnliche Delfine {pl} (Delphinus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Kurzschnäuziger Gemeiner Delfin (Delphinus delphis)
Langschnäuziger Gemeiner Delfin (Delphinus capensis)
common dolphins (zoological genus)
short-beaked common dolphin
long-beaked common dolphin
Schliefer {pl} (Hyracoidea) (zoologische Ordnung) [zool.]
gemeine Baumschliefer {m} (Dendrohyrax dorsalis)
Steppenwald-Baumschliefer {m} (Dendrohyrax arboreus)
Buschschliefer {m} (Heterohyrax brucei)
Klippschliefer {m}; Klippdachs {m} (Procavia capensis)
hyraxes (zoological order)
western tree hyrax; Beecroft's tree hyra; western tree dassie
Eastern Southern tree hyrax; Eastern Southern tree hyrax dassie
bush hyrax; yellow-spotted rock hyrax
rock hyrax; cape hyrax
Morus-Tölpel {pl} (Morus) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Basstölpel {m}; Baßtölpel {m} (Morus bassanus)
Australischer Tölpel {m}; Australtölpel {m} (Morus serrator)
Kaptölpel {m} (Morus capensis)
gannets (zoological genus)
Northern gannet
Australian gannet; Australasian gannet
Cape gannet
Turnagra {pl}; Piopios {pl} (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Südinsel-Piopio {m} (Turnagra capensis) [ornith.]
Stephens-Island-Piopio {m} (Turnagra capensis minor)
Nordinsel-Piopio {m} (Turnagra tanagra)
Piopio; Turnagra (zoological genus)
South Island Piopio; New Zealand Thrush
Stephens Island Piopio
North Island Piopio; Turnagra tanagra
Zwergglattwal {m} (Caperae marginata) [zool.]
pygmy right whale
Turteltauben {pl} (Streptopelia) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Europäische Turteltaube {f} (Streptopelia turtur)
Adamaua-Turteltaube {f} (Streptopelia hypopyrrha)
Brillentaube {f} (Streptopelia decipiens)
Halbmondtaube {f} (Streptopelia semitorquata)
Kapturteltaube {f} (Streptopelia capicola)
Kichertaube {f} (Streptopelia bitorquata)
Madagaskar-Turteltaube {f} (Streptopelia picturata)
Nordafrikanische Lachtaube {f} (Streptopelia roseogrisea)
Orientturteltaube {f} (Streptopelia orientalis)
Palmtaube {f} (Streptopelia senegalensis)
Perlhalstaube {f} (Streptopelia chinensis)
Reichenowtaube {f} (Streptopelia reichenowi)
Rosa Taube {f} (Streptopelia mayeri)
Röteltaube {f} (Streptopelia vinacea)
Trauerturteltaube {f} (Streptopelia lugens)
Türkentaube {f} (Streptopelia decaocto)
Weinrote Halsringtaube {f} (Streptopelia tranquebarica)
turtle doves (zoological genus)
European turtle dove
Adamawa turtle dove
mourning collared dove
red-eyed dove
ring-necked dove
island collared dove
Madagascar turtle dove
African collared dove
Oriental Turtle
laughing dove
spotted dove
white-winged collared dove
pink pigeon
vinaceous dove
dusky turtle dove
Eurasian collared dove; collared dove
red turtle dove
Gelbe Haarqualle {f}; Gelbe Nesselqualle {f}; Löwenmähnenqualle {f}; Feuerqualle {f} (Cyanea capillata) [zool.]
lion's mane jellyfish; hair jelly
Frauenhaarfarne {pl}; Frauenhaare {pl}; Venushaare {pl} (Adiantum) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
(gewöhnlicher) Frauenhaarfarn {m}; Venushaarfarn {m}; Frauenhaar {n}; Venushaar {n} (Adiantum capillus-veneris) [bot.]
ausläufertreibender Frauenhaarfarn {m} (Adiantum caudatum) [bot.]
dreieckiger Frauenhaarfarn {m} (Adiantum raddianum) [bot.]
Fächer-Frauenhaarfarn {m} (Adiantum tenerum) [bot.]
immergrüner Frauenhaarfarn {m} (Adiantum venustum) [bot.]
maidenhair ferns; maidenhairs (botanical genus)
(common) maidenhair fern; Venus-hair fern; maidenhair; Venus-hair
tailed trailing maidenhair fern; walking fern maidenhair
delta maidenhair fern; delta maidenhair
fan maidenhair fern; brittle maidenhair fern
evergreen maidenhair fern; Himalayan maidenhair fern
Capistrano
capistrano
Pfauenaugen-Falterfisch {m}, Vieraugen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon capistratus) [zool.]
foureye butterfly
Chaetodon-Falterfische {pl} (Chaetodon) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Blaupunkt-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon plebeius)
Blaustreifen-Falterfisch {m}; Hawaii-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon fremblii)
Doppelsattel-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon ulietensis)
Eisenfalterfisch {m} (Chaetodon daedalma)
Fähnchen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon auriga)
Gelbkopf-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon xanthocephalus)
Gestreifter Falterfisch {m}; Gitter-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon lineolatus)
Gitter-Orangefalterfisch {m}; Gelbschwanz-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon xanthurus)
Goldstreifen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon aureofasciatus)
Großschuppen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon rafflesi)
Guyana-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon guyanesis)
Günthers Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon guentheri)
Halsband-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon collare)
Hirsekorn-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon miliaris)
Karibischer Pinzettfisch {m} (Chaetodon aculeatus)
Karibischer Riff-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon sedentarius)
Kleins Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon kleinii)
Marquesa-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon declevis)
Maskarill-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon semilarvatus)
Orangestreifen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon ornatissimus)
Perlen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon reticulatus)
Pfauenaugen-Falterfisch {m}; Vieraugen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon capistratus)
Punktierter Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon citrinellus)
Punktstreifen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon punctatofasciatus)
Rippelstreifen-Falterfisch {m}; Rotsaum-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon trifasciatus)
Sattelfleck-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon ephippium)
Schwarzbinden-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon striatus); Ostpazifik-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon humeralis)
Schwarzer Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon flavirostris)
Schwarzrücken-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon melannotus)
Indischer Doppelsattel-Falterfisch {m}; Sichelfleck-Falterfisch {m}; Keilfleck-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon falcula)
Silberfalterfisch {m} (Chaetodon argentatus)
Tabak-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon fasciatus)
Tinkers Falterfisch {m
chaetodon butterflyfish (zoological genus)
blue spot butterflyfish
blue stripe butterflyfish
double saddle butterflyfish
wrought iron butterflyfish
auriga butterflyfish
yellowhead butterflyfish
lined butterflyfish
pearlscale butterflyfish
golden stripe butterflyfish
latticed butterflyfish
Guyana butterflyfish
Gunther's butterflyfish
Pakistan butterflyfish
lemon butterflyfish
longsnout butterflyfish
painted reef butterflyfish
orange butterflyfish
Marquesas butterflyfish
golden butterflyfish
ornate butterflyfish
reticulated butterflyfisbutterflyfisbutterflyfisbutterflyfish
foureye butterflyfish
speckled butterflyfish
dot dash butterflyfish
melon butterflyfish
saddleback butterflyfish
banded butterflyfish
yellownose butterflyfish
black back butterflyfish
black-wedged butterflyfish
black pearlscale butterflyfish
raccoon butterflyfish
tinker butterflyfish
teardrop butterflyfish
triangle butterflyfish
spotted butterflyfish
vagabond butterflyfish
pebbled butterflyfish
four-spot butterflyfish
white face butterflyfish
spot-tail butterflyfish
Gartensalat (Lactuca sativa) [bot.] [cook.]
Kochsalat {m}; Bindesalat {m}; Römersalat {m}; Römischer Salat {m}; Romagnasalat {m}; Romanasalat {m}; Lattich [Schw.] (Lactuca sativa var. longifolia)
Blattsalat {m}; Schnittsalat {m}; Pflücksalat {m}; Rupfsalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. crispa)
Eichblattsalat {m}; Amerikanischer Pflücksalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. foliosa)
Spargelsalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. asparagina angustana)
Kopfsalat {m}; Häuptelsalat {m}; Butterkopfsalat {m}; Grüner Salat [Dt.] (Lactuca sativa var. capitata)
Krachsalat {m}; Knacksalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. capitata nidus tenerimma)
Eisbergsalat {m} [Dt.] [Schw.]; Eissalat {m} [Dt.] [Ös.]; Bummerlsalat {m} [Ös.]
Bataviasalat {m}
garden lettuce; lettuce
Romaine lettuce; cos lettuce
looseleaf lettuce cutting lettuce; bunching lettuce
oak leaf salad
celtuce; stem lettuce; celery lettuce; asparagus lettuce; Chinese lettuce
butterhead lettuce; Boston lettuce; Bibb lettuce
crisphead salad; crisphead lettuce
iceberg lettuce
summercrisp lettuce; Batavian crisp lettuce; French crisp lettuce
Kohl {m} (Brassica) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Grünkohl {m}; Krauskohl {m}; Winterkohl {m}; Braunkohl {m} [Norddt.]; Federkohl {m} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea var. sabellica L.)
Palmkohl {m}; Schwarzkohl {m}; Italienischer Kohl {m}; Toskanischer Kohl {m} (Brassica oleracea var. palmifolia)
Rotkohl {m}; Rotkraut {n}; Blaukraut {n} [Süddt.] [Ös.]; Rotkabis {n} [Schw.]; Blaukabis {n} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. rubra L.)
Weißkohl {m}; Weißkraut {n}; Kraut {n}; Kappes {n} [Mittelwestdt.]; Weißkabis {n} [Schw.]; Kabis {n} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. alba)
Wirsingkohl {m}; Welschkohl {m}; Welschkraut {n}; Savoyerkohl {m}; Wirsing {m} [Dt.]; Kohl {m} [Ös.]; Wirz {m} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. sabauda L.)
Zierkohl {m} (Brassica oleracea var. acephala)
cabbages; mustards; cruciferous vegetables (botanical genus)
kale; borecole
palm tree kale; black Tuscan palm; black kale cabbage; Italian kale; Tuscan kale cabbage; Lacinato kale
red cabbage
white cabbage
savoy cabbage; savoy
collard; collard greens
Verrenkung {f}; Luxation {f}; Dislozierung {f}; Dislokation {f}; Dislocatio {f} (von etw.) [med.]
alte veraltete Dislokation
einfache unkomplizierte Dislokation
habituelle Dislokation
inkomplette Dislokation
komplette Dislokation
komplizierte Dislokation
pathologische Dislokation
traumatische Dislokation
Dislocatio ad axim cum contractione (Knochenbruch)
Dislocatio atlantoaxialis
Dislocatio subcoracoidea capitis humeri
dislocation; displacement; luxation (of sth.)
old dislocation
simple dislocation
habitual dislocation
incomplete dislocation
complete dislocation
compound complicated dislocation
pathological dislocation
traumatic dislocation
overriding
atlantoaxial dislocation
subcoracoid dislocation of the head of the humerus
Kaponniere {f}; Caponnière {f} [mil.]
Caponier
Kapernstrauchgewächse {pl}; Kaperngewächse {pl} (Capparaceae Capparidaceae) (botanische Familie) [bot.]
caper family (botanical family)
Kapernsträucher {pl} (Capparis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
caper shrubs; caper bushes (botanical genus)
Cappuccino {m} [cook.]
cappuccino
Weiden {pl} (Salix) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Bruchweide {f}; Knackweide {f} (Salix fragilis)
Echte Trauerweide {f} (Salix babylonica)
Grauweide {f} (Salix cinera)
Korbweide {f}; Hanfweide {f} (Salix viminalis)
Salweide {f} (Salix caprea)
Silber-Weide {f} (Salix alba)
willows sallows and osiers (botanical genus)
crack willow; brittle willow
weeping willow
grey willow; common sallow; grey sallow
common osier; osier
goat willow; pussy willow; great sallow
white willow
Kreuzrebe {f} (Bignonia capreolata) [bot.]
crossvine; quartervine
Reh {n} [zool.]
Rehe {pl}
europäisches Reh; Reh (Capreolus capreolus) [zool.]
roe deer; deer
roe deer; deer
European roe deer; Western roe deer
capresisch {adj} (Capri betreffend) [geogr.] [soc.]
of Capri; Capri ...
Seraue {pl} (Capricornis) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
serows (zoological genus)
Caprihose {f} [textil.]
Capri pants
Pharaonenziegenmelker {m} (Caprimulgus aegyptius) [ornith.]
Egyptian nightjar
Ziegenmelker {m}; Nachtschwalbe {f} (Caprimulgus europaeus) [ornith.]
Eurasian nightjar; European nightjar
Caprolactam {n} [chem.]
caprolactam
Capronsäure {f} [biochem.]
caproic acid
Caproxamin {n} [chem.]
caproxamine
CAPS
caps
Schirmmütze {f}; Baseballmütze {f}; Schildkappe {f} [BW] [Ös.]; Dächlikappe {f} [Schw.]; Base-Cap {n} [textil.]
Schirmmützen {pl}; Baseballmützen {pl}; Schildkappen {pl}; Dächlikappen {pl}; Base-Caps {pl}
baseball cap; baseball hat
baseball caps; baseball hats
Capsaicin {n} [biochem.]
capsaicin
Hirtentäschelkraut {n}; Hirtentäschel {n} (Capsella) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Gewöhnliches Gemeines Hirtentäschelkraut Hirtentäschel {n}; Täschelkraut {n}; Beutelschneiderkraut {n}; Schafschinken {m} (Capsella bursa-pastoris)
capsella (botanical genus)
shepherd's purse; shepherd's pouch
Paprika {m}; Schotenpfeffer {m} (Capsicum) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
chili pepper; sweet pepper [Br.]; red green pepper [Am.]; capsicum (botanical genus)
Antriebswelle {f}; Capstan {m} (Bandlaufwerk) (Audio EDV)
capstan (tape drive)
Mannschaftsführer {m}; Mannschaftskapitän {m}; Teamkapitän {m} [Ös.]; Captain {m} [Schw.] [sport]
Mannschaftsführer {pl}; Mannschaftskapitäne {pl}; Teamkapitäne {pl}; Captaine {pl}
team captain; captain; teamster
team captains; teamsters
Captamin {n} [chem.]
captamine
CAPTCHA (Abfragetest mit dem automatisierte Robot-Eingaben im Internet verhindert und nur menschliche Eingaben zugelassen werden) [comp.]
CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart)
Captive {f}
captive
Stichprobennahme {f}; Stichprobenziehung {f}; Stichprobenverfahren {n}; Auswahlverfahren {n} [statist.]
einfache Stichprobenentnahme; Einzelstichprobenverfahren; einstufige Auswahl; unmittelbare Stichprobenentnahme
zweiphasiges Stichprobenverfahren; doppelte Stichprobennahme
Mehrphasenstichprobenverfahren
direkte indirekte Stichprobennahme
extensives intensives Stichprobenverfahren
erschöpfende Stichprobenziehung
gemischtes Stichprobenverfahren
inverses Stichprobenverfahren
inverses Stichprobenverfahren mit Zurücklegen
mehrfache multiple Stichprobenziehung
proportionale Stichprobenaufteilung; proportionale Auswahl
zufallsähnliches Stichprobenverfahren
bewusst gewählte Stichprobe; bewusstes Auswahlverfahren
fortschreitend zensierte Stichprobennahme
hierarchisch geschachtelte Stichprobennahme
Stichprobenentnahme vom Typ 1
Stichprobenentnahme im Gittermuster
Stichprobenentnahme zur Prüfung qualitativer Merkmale
Stichprobennahme mit Rotationsplan
Stichprobenentnahme vom Weg aus; Wegstichprobenverfahren
Stichprobenentnahme nach Wichtigkeit
Stichprobenverfahren bei dem Beobachtungswerte unregelmäßig anfallen
Auswahl mit Zurücklegen
Klumpenstichprobe nach der Auswahl
Annahmestichprobenprüfung
Auslosungsstichprobenverfahren; Lostrommelverfahren
Clusterverfahren des nächsten Nachbarn; nearest-neighbour clustering
Fang-Stichprobenverfahren; Capture-Recapture-Stichprobenverfahren
Flächenstichprobenverfahren
Linienstichprobenverfahren
Matrix-Stichprobenziehung
Netzwerk-Stichprobennahme
Punktstichprobenverfahren
Raffstichprobe; Raffprobe
Streifenstichprobenverfahren
Wahrscheinlichkeitsstichprobennahme
Schnellballstichprobenverfahren; Schneeballverfahren; Schneeballauswahl
sampling
single sampling; unit stage sampling; unitary sampling
two-phase sampling; double sampling
multi-phase sampling
direct indirect sampling
extensive intensive sampling
exhaustive sampling
mixed sampling
inverse sampling
inverse multinomial sampling
multiple sampling
proportional sampling
quasi-random sampling
purposive sample
progressively censored sampling
nested sampling
type 1 sampling
lattice sampling
sampling for attributes
rotation sampling
route sampling
importance sampling
jittered sampling
sampling with replacement
post cluster sampling
acceptance sampling
lottery sampling; ticket sampling
single-linkage clustering
capture release sampling; capture recapture sampling
area sampling
line sampling
matrix sampling
network sampling
point sampling
chunk sampling
zonal sampling
probability sampling
snowball sampling; chain sampling; chain-referral sampling; referral sampling
Capueirawachtel {f} [ornith.]
Spot-winged Wood Quail
Medusenhaupt {n} (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) [bot.]
medusahead
Rückstand {m}; Phlegma {n}; Caput mortuum {n} [chem.]
phlegm
kurzer Kopf (eines Muskels); Caput breve {m} [anat.]
kurzer Kopf des Armbeugers; Caput breve musculi bicipitis brachii
kurzer Kopf des Beinbeugers; Caput breve musculi bicipitis femoris
short head (of a muscle)
short head of the biceps muscle of the arm
short head of the biceps muscle of the leg
langer Kopf (eines Muskels); Caput longum {m} [anat.]
langer Trizepskopf; Caput longum musculi tricipitis brachii
long head (of a muscle)
long head of the triceps (brachii) muscle
Río Caquetá {m} (CO); Río Japurá {m} (BR) (Fluss) [geogr.]
Caquetá (CO); Japurá (BR) (river)
Laufkäfer {pl}; Carabidae {pl} (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
ground beetles (zoological family)
Goldlaufkäfer {m}; Goldschmied {m} (Carabus auratus) [zool.]
golden ground beetle
Wüstenluchs {m}; Karakal {m} (Caracal caracal) [zool.]
desert lynx; African lynx; Egyptian lynx; caracal
Gefleckte Pelzgroppe {f} (Caracanthus maculatus) [zool.]
gumdrop goby
Pelzgroppen {pl} (Caracanthus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Gefleckte Pelzgroppe {f} (Caracanthus maculatus)
Hawaii-Pelzgroppe {f} (Caracanthus typicus)
orbicular velvetfishes (zoological genus)
gumdrop goby
Hawaiian orbicular velvetfish
Caracas (Hauptstadt von Venezuela)
Caracas (capital of Venezuela)
Caracas
caracas
Caracas (Hauptstadt von Venezuela) [geogr.]
Caracas (capital of Venezuela)
Caradoc {n} [geol.]
Caradocian (Stage)
Stachelmakrelen {pl}; Pferdemakrelen {pl} (Carangidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
jack horse mackerels and scads (zoological family)

Deutsche Synonyme für K��chenabteilung

Englische Synonyme für Buff-breasted Tody Tyrant

Lexikoneinträge für Buff-breasted Tody Tyrant

Blindman's buff () A play in which one person is blindfolded, and tries to catch some one of the company and tell who it is.
Breasted (imp. & p. p.) of Breast
Breasted (a.) Having a breast
Buff (n.) A sort of leather, prepared from the skin of the buffalo, dressed with oil, like chamois
Buff (n.) The color of buff
Buff (n.) A military coat, made of buff leather.
Buff (n.) The grayish viscid substance constituting the buffy coat. See Buffy coat, under Buffy, a.
Buff (a.) A wheel covered with buff leather, and used in polishing cutlery, spoons, etc.
Buff (a.) The bare skin
Buff (a.) Made of buff leather.
Buff (a.) Of the color of buff.
Buff (v. t.) To polish with a buff. See Buff, n., 5.
Buff (v. t.) To strike.
Buff (n.) A buffet
Buff (a.) Firm
Chicken-breasted (a.) Having a narrow, projecting chest, caused by forward curvature of the vertebral column.
Double-breasted (a.) Folding or lapping over on the breast, with a row of buttons and buttonholes on each side
Pigeon-breasted (a.) Having a breast like a pigeon, -- the sternum being so prominent as to constitute a deformity
Single-breasted (a.) Lapping over the breast only far enough to permit of buttoning, and having buttons on one edge only
Sweet-breasted (a.) Having a sweet, musical voice, as the nightingale. Cf. Breast, n., 6.
Tody (n.) Any one of several species of small insectivorous West Indian birds of the genus Todus. They are allied to the kingfishers.
Tyrant (n.) An absolute ruler
Tyrant (n.) Specifically, a monarch, or other ruler or master, who uses power to oppress his subjects
Tyrant (n.) Any one of numerous species of American clamatorial birds belonging to the family Tyrannidae
Tyrant (v. i.) To act like a tyrant

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

blindman's bluff
blindman's buff
a children's game in which a blindfolded player tries to catch and identify other players
yellow-breasted bunting
Emberiza aureola
common in Russia and Siberia
New World flycatcher
flycatcher tyrant flycatcher
tyrant bird
large American birds that characteristically catch insects on the wing
yellow-breasted chat
Icteria virens
American warbler noted for imitating songs of other birds
red-breasted nuthatch
Sitta canadensis
bluish-grey nuthatch with reddish breast, of northern coniferous forests
white-breasted nuthatch
Sitta carolinensis
bluish-grey nuthatch with black head and white breast, of eastern North America
tody tiny insectivorous West Indian bird having red-and-green plumage and a long straight bill
red-breasted sapsucker
Sphyrapicus varius ruber
western North American sapsucker
red-breasted merganser
Mergus serrator
widely distributed merganser of America and Europe
red-breasted snipe
Limnodromus scolopaceus
a dowitcher with a red breast
buff
buffer
an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block, used for polishing (as in manicuring)
double-breasted jacket a jacket having fronts that overlap enough for two separate rows of buttons
double-breasted suit a suit with a double-breasted jacket
single-breasted jacket a jacket having fronts that overlap only enough for a single row of buttons
single-breasted suit a suit having a single-breasted jacket
yellowish brown
raw sienna
buff
caramel
caramel brown
a medium to dark tan color
buff bare skin, naked, swimming in the buff
fan
buff
devotee
lover
an ardent follower and admirer
tyrant
autocrat
despot
a cruel and oppressive dictator
tyrant any person who exercises power in a cruel way, his father was a tyrant
tyrant in ancient Greece, a ruler who had seized power without legal right to it
buff a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e.g. buffalo or oxen
buff
burnish
furbish
polish and make shiny, buff the wooden floors, buff my shoes
buffet buff strike, beat repeatedly, The wind buffeted him
buff of the yellowish-beige color of buff leather
buff-brown of brown tinged with buff
buff-colored
buff-coloured
having a buff color
bare-assed
bare-ass
in the altogether
in the buff
in the raw
raw
peeled
naked as a jaybird
stark naked
(used informally) completely unclothed
bare-breasted
braless
toples
having the breasts uncovered or featuring such nudity, topless waitresses, a topless cabaret
double-breasted (of clothing) fastened by lapping one edge of the front well over the other usually with a double row of buttons, double-breasted jacket, double-breasted suit
single-breasted (of clothing) closing with a narrow overlap and fastened with a single row of buttons, a single-breasted jacket
pigeon-breasted
chicken-breasted
having a chest deformity marked by a projecting breastbone caused by infantile rickets
breasted having a breast or breasts, or breasts as specified, used chiefly in compounds, small-breasted, red-breasted sandpiper

 

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