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wurmf��rmig Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Wurm {m}
Würmer {pl}
Schraubengewinde, Wurm
(große) Schlange {f}; (großer) Wurm {m}; Tatzelwurm {m} [lit.] [relig.]
Schlangen {pl}; Würmer {pl}; Tatzelwürmer {pl}
die Schlange (Bibel)
the Serpent (Bible)
Wurm {m}
Würmer {pl}
Würmchen {n}
Muss ich dir die Würmer (einzeln) aus der Nase ziehen? [übtr.]
little worm
Do I have to drag it out of you (piece by piece)?
Morgenstunde hat Gold im Munde.; Morgenstund hat Gold im Mund.; Der frühe Vogel fängt den Wurm. [Sprw.]
The early bird catches the worm.; The early bird gets the worm. [prov.]
wurmartig, wurmförmig {adj}
wurmartig {adv}
wurmartig; wurmförmig {adj}
Wurmbefall {m}
Wurmbefälle {pl}
worm attack
worm attacks
(jdn.) wurmen, (kräftig) ärgern
to rankle (with sb.)
(jdn.) wurmen; (kräftig) ärgern
to rankle (with sb.)
Echinokokkose {f}, Wurmerkrankung durch Fuchsbandwurm [med.]
Goldschuppenfarn {m}; (spreu)schuppiger Wurmfarn {m} (Dryopteris affinis) [bot.]
golden shield fern; golden-scaled male fern; scaly male fern
Männerfarn {m}; gewöhnlicher gemeiner echter männlicher Wurmfarn {m} (Dryopteris filix-mas) [bot.]
male wood fern; male fern
Rotschleierfarn {m}; Rotschleier-Wurmfarn {m} (Dryopteris erythrosora) [bot.]
autumn fern; copper pink shield fern; Japanese (red) shield fern
starrer Wurmfarn {m} (Dryopteris villarii) [bot.]
rigid buckler fern
duftender wohlriechender Wurmfarn {m}; duftender Zwergwurmfarn {m} (Dryopteris fragrans) [bot.]
fragrant (wood) fern; fragrant cliff fern; fragrant shield fern; fragrant buckler fern [Br.]
breitblättriger Wurmfarn Dornfarn {m}; breiter Wurmfarn {m} (Dryopteris dilatata) [bot.]
broad wood fern; broad buckler fern; mountain wood fern
Wurmfarne {pl} (Dryopteris) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
buckler ferns [Br.]; wood ferns [Am.]; shield ferns [Am.] (botanical genus)
Wurmfarngewächs {n} [bot.]
member plant of the wood shield fern family
Wurmfarngewächse {pl} (Dryopteridaceae) [bot.]
wood fern family; shield fern family
wurmförmig {adj}
wurmfoermig, wurmfoermigen
wurmförmig {adj}
vermiform; worm-shaped
Blinddarm {m}, Wurmfortsatz {m}, Appendix {m} [anat.]
appendix, vermiform appendix
Wurmfortsatz {m}; Appendix {m}; Blinddarm {m} [ugs.] (Appendix vermiformis) [anat.]
appendix; vermiform appendix process; caecal appendage; epithyphlon
Wurmfortsatzarterie {f} [anat.]
appendicular artery
Appendixtumor {m}; Geschwulst {f} des Wurmfortsatzes [med.]
Appendixtumoren {pl}; Geschwülste {pl} des Wurmfortsatzes
tumour of the appendix
tumours of the appendix
periappendikular; periappendikulär; in der Umgebung des Wurmfortsatzes (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
periappendicular; periappendiceal
Wurmfortsatzvene {f} [anat.]
appendicular vein
Wurmfraß {m}
worm damage
Wurmgrunzen {n} (Aufstöbern von Regenwürmern)
worm grunting; worm charming; worm fiddling
wurmig {adj}
Wurmkompost {m} (Produkt der Wurmkompostierung)
Wurmkompostierung {f} (Kompostierung mithilfe von Kompostwürmern)
wurmkrank {adj}
suffering from worms
suffering from worms
wurmkrank {adj} [med.]
suffering from worms
Wurmloch {n}
Wurmlöcher {pl}
Wurmloch {n} [phys.]
Wurmlöcher {pl}
Anthelminthikum {n}, Wurmmittel {n} [med.] [pharm.]
anthelmintic, anti-worm drug
Wurmmittel {n}
worm powder
Wurmmittel {n}
Wurmmittel {pl}
mit einem Wurmmittel behandeln
to worm
Anthelminthikum {n}; Wurmmittel {n} [med.] [pharm.]
anthelmintic; anti-worm drug
Niklosamid {n} (Wurmmittel) [pharm.]
Wurmmitteln, Wurmmittels
Gewindestift {m}; Madenschraube {f} (veraltend); Wurmschraube {f} (veraltend) [techn.]
Gewindestifte {pl}; Madenschrauben {pl}; Wurmschrauben {pl}
headless pin; threaded pin; headless screw; set screw; setscrew [Am.]; grub screw; stud screw [Am.]
headless pins; threaded pins; headless screws; set screws; setscrews; grub screws; stud screws
Wurmseegurke {f} (Synapta spp.) [zool.]
Medusa worm
Gefleckte Wurmseegurke {f} (Synapta maculata) [zool.]
feather-mouth sea cucumber; Medusa worm
Wurmseegurken {pl} (Synaptidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
synaptids (zoological family)
Wurmstich {m}
Wurmstiche {pl}
worm hole
worm holes
worm hole
worm holes
wurmstichig {adj}
Es wurmte mich, dass ...
It peeved me that ...
Es wurmte mich dass ...
It peeved me that ...

Deutsche Synonyme für wurmf��rmig

Englische Synonyme für worm

worm  amble  angleworm  animal  armyworm  beast  blast  blight  blighter  bollworm  bookworm  cancer  canker  claudicate  contort  corkscrew  cotton worm  crawl  creep  crinkle  cur  dog  dogtrot  drag  drag along  drag out  dry rot  earthworm  earworm  edge in  fireworm  fishworm  foist  fungus  go dead slow  go on tiptoe  go slow  grovel  gumshoe  helminth  hobble  hound  hyena  idle  inch  inch along  inchworm  infiltrate  insect  intort  jog-trot  laze  leech  limp  looper  lowlife  meander  measuring worm  mildew  mold  mongrel  mosey  moth  moth and rust  mucker  must  nematode  night crawler  nightwalk  nightwalker  no-good  pad  pest  pig  poke  poke along  polecat  prowl  pussyfoot  reptile  rot  rust  saunter  scallop  scrabble  scramble  screw  serpent  serpentine  shuffle along  sidle  silkworm  skunk  slink  smut  snake  sneak  squiggle  squirm  stagger along  steal  steal along  stroll  swine  swirl  tapeworm  tippytoe  tiptoe  toddle  toddle along  totter along  traipse  turn  tussah  twine  twirl  twist  twist and turn  varmint  vermin  viper  waddle  walk  webworm  whelp  whirl  whorl  wiggle  wind  wireworm  woodworm  work in  worm along  wring  writhe  
worm eaten  blasted  blighted  blown  despoiled  flyblown  frowsty  frowsy  frowzy  fusty  maggoty  mildewed  moldering  moldy  moth-eaten  musty  ravaged  smutted  smutty  weevily  wormy  
worm in  barge in  break in  break in upon  burst in  butt in  charge in  come between  crash  crash in  crash the gates  creep in  crowd in  cut in  drag in  edge in  elbow in  encroach  entrench  foist in  fudge in  horn in  impinge  implant in  impose  impose on  impose upon  infiltrate  infringe  inject in  insert in  insinuate  insinuate in  intercalate  interfere  interjaculate  interject  interlope  interpolate  interpose  intervene  introduce in  intrude  invade  irrupt  lug in  obtrude  press in  push in  put between  put on  put upon  run in  rush in  sandwich  slink in  slip in  smash in  smuggle in  sneak in  squeeze in  steal in  storm in  throng in  throw in  thrust in  trench  trespass  wedge in  work in  
worm out of  alibi  alibi out of  apologize for  arouse  bring forth  bring out  bring to light  call forth  call out  call up  catechize  cover with excuses  creep out of  deduce  derive  drag out  draw forth  draw out  educe  elicit  evoke  examine  excuse  find a loophole  get from  get out of  induce  interrogate  interview  lie out of  make apology for  obtain  offer excuse for  plead ignorance  procure  pump  query  question  quiz  rouse  secure  shuffle out of  slide out of  slip away  slip out of  slip through  sneak out of  sneak through  squirm out of  stimulate  summon forth  summon up  test  wangle  wangle out of  winkle out  worm out  wriggle out of  
wormy  barfy  beset  blasted  blighted  blown  crappy  despoiled  disgusting  fecal  feculent  fetid  filthy  flyblown  foul  frowsty  frowsy  frowzy  fusty  gloppy  grubby  gunky  icky  infested  lousy  maggoty  malodorous  mephitic  mildewed  moldering  moldy  moth-eaten  mucky  musty  nasty  nauseating  odious  ordurous  pedicular  pediculous  plagued  puky  putrid  rank  ratty  ravaged  repulsive  rotten  scabby  scummy  scurfy  shitty  slabby  slimy  sloppy  sloshy  sludgy  slushy  smutted  smutty  sposhy  teeming  vermiform  vile  vomity  weevily  worm-eaten  wormlike  yecchy  

Lexikoneinträge für worm

Army worm () A lepidopterous insect, which in the larval state often travels in great multitudes from field to field, destroying grass, grain, and other crops. The common army worm of the northern United States is Leucania unipuncta. The name is often applied to other related species, as the cotton worm.
Army worm () The larva of a small two-winged fly (Sciara), which marches in large companies, in regular order. See Cotton worm, under Cotton.
Galley-worm (n.) A chilognath myriapod of the genus Iulus, and allied genera, having numerous short legs along the sides
Grugru worm () The larva or grub of a large South American beetle (Calandra palmarum), which lives in the pith of palm trees and sugar cane. It is eaten by the natives, and esteemed a delicacy.
Worm (n.) A creeping or a crawling animal of any kind or size, as a serpent, caterpillar, snail, or the like.
Worm (n.) Any small creeping animal or reptile, either entirely without feet, or with very short ones, including a great variety of animals
Worm (n.) Any helminth
Worm (n.) Any annelid.
Worm (n.) An insect larva.
Worm (n.) Same as Vermes.
Worm (n.) An internal tormentor
Worm (n.) A being debased and despised.
Worm (n.) Anything spiral, vermiculated, or resembling a worm
Worm (n.) The thread of a screw.
Worm (n.) A spiral instrument or screw, often like a double corkscrew, used for drawing balls from firearms.
Worm (n.) A certain muscular band in the tongue of some animals, as the dog
Worm (n.) The condensing tube of a still, often curved and wound to economize space. See Illust. of Still.
Worm (n.) A short revolving screw, the threads of which drive, or are driven by, a worm wheel by gearing into its teeth or cogs. See Illust. of Worm gearing, below.
Worm (v. i.) To work slowly, gradually, and secretly.
Worm (v. t.) To effect, remove, drive, draw, or the like, by slow and secret means
Worm (v. t.) To clean by means of a worm
Worm (n.) To cut the worm, or lytta, from under the tongue of, as a dog, for the purpose of checking a disposition to gnaw. The operation was formerly supposed to guard against canine madness.
Worm (n.) To wind rope, yarn, or other material, spirally round, between the strands of, as a cable
Worm-eaten (a.) Eaten, or eaten into, by a worm or by worms
Worm-eaten (a.) Worn-out
Worm-shaped (a.) Shaped like a worm
Worm-shell (n.) Any species of Vermetus.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

slender salamander
worm salamander
any of several small slim salamanders of the Pacific coast of the United States
worm lizard a lizard of the genus Amphisbaena, harmless wormlike limbless lizard of warm or tropical regions having concealed eyes and ears and a short blunt tail
thunder snake
worm snake Carphophis amoenus
small reddish wormlike snake of eastern United States
blind snake
worm snake
wormlike burrowing snake of warm regions having vestigial eyes
tongue worm
wormlike arthropod having two pairs of hooks at the sides of the mouth, parasitic in nasal sinuses of mammals
worm family a family of worms
worm genus a genus of worms
worm any of numerous relatively small elongated soft-bodied animals especially of the phyla Annelida and Chaetognatha and Nematoda and Nemertea and Platyhelminthes, also many insect larvae
parasitic worm
worm that is parasitic on the intestines of vertebrates especially roundworms and tapeworms and flukes
spiny-headed worm
any of various worms living parasitically in intestines of vertebrates having a retractile proboscis covered with many hooked spines
bladder worm encysted saclike larva of the tapeworm
trematode worm
parasitic flatworms having external suckers for attaching to a host
ribbon worm
proboscis worm
soft unsegmented marine worms that have a threadlike proboscis and the ability to stretch and contract
beard worm
slender animal with tentacles and a tubelike outer covering, lives on the deep ocean bottom
nematode worm
unsegmented worms with elongated rounded body pointed at both ends, mostly free-living but some are parasitic
vinegar eel
vinegar worm
Anguillula aceti
Turbatrix aceti
minute eelworm that feeds on organisms that cause fermentation in e.g. vinegar
Guinea worm
Dracunculus medinensis
parasitic roundworm of India and Africa that lives in the abdomen or beneath the skin of humans and other vertebrates
annelid worm
segmented worm
worms with cylindrical bodies segmented both internally and externally
oligochaete worm
hermaphroditic terrestrial and aquatic annelids having bristles borne singly along the length of the body
a earthworm
fishing worm
wiggler nightwalker
dew worm
red worm
terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil, often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet, used as bait by anglers
polychaete worm
polychete worm
chiefly marine annelids possessing both sexes and having paired appendages (parapodia) bearing bristles
velvet worm
any of numerous velvety-skinned wormlike carnivorous animals common in tropical forests having characteristics of both arthropods and annelid worms
apple maggot
railroad worm
Rhagoletis pomonella
larvae bore into and feed on apples
measuring worm
small hairless caterpillar having legs on only its front and rear segments, mostly larvae of moths of the family Geometridae
armyworm army worm
Pseudaletia unipuncta
noctuid moth larvae that travel in multitudes destroying especially grass and grain
tobacco hornworm
tomato worm
Manduca sexta
large green white-striped hawkmoth larva that feeds on tobacco and related plants, similar to tomato hornworm
tomato hornworm
potato worm
Manduca quinquemaculata
large green white-striped hawkmoth larva that feeds on tomato and potato plants, similar to tobacco hornworm
peanut worm
small unsegmented marine worm that when disturbed retracts its anterior portion into the body giving the appearance of a peanut
worm fish poorly known family of small tropical shallow-water fishes related to gobies
worm screw thread on a gear with the teeth of a worm wheel or rack
worm fence
snake fence
snakeail fence
Virginia fence
rail fence consisting of a zigzag of interlocking rails
worm gear gear consisting of a shaft with screw thread (the worm) that meshes with a toothed wheel (the worm wheel), changes the direction of the axis of rotary motion
worm wheel gear with the thread of a worm
worm a software program capable of reproducing itself that can spread from one computer to the next over a network, worms take advantage of automatic file sending and receiving features found on many computers
dirt ball
a person who has a nasty or unethical character undeserving of respect
Guinea worm disease
Guinea worm
a painful and debilitating infestation contracted by drinking stagnant water contaminated with Guinea worm larvae that can mature inside a human's abdomen until the worm emerges through a painful blister in the person's skin
to move in a twisting or contorted motion, (especially when struggling), The prisoner writhed in discomfort, The child tried to wriggle free from his aunt's embrace
resembling a worm, long and thin and cylindrical
infested with or damaged (as if eaten) by worms


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