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Herkunftsbezeichnung f; Ursprungsbezeichnung f
denomination of origin DO
Herkunftsangabe f; Herkunftsbezeichnung f econ.
Herkunftsangaben pl; Herkunftsbezeichnungen pl
geografische Herkunftsangabe
falsche Herkunftsangabe auf Waren
indication of origin
indications of origin
geographical indication of origin
false indications of origin on goods
Privatbesitz m; Privateigentum n (konkretes Objekt)
Privatbesitz (Herkunftsbezeichnung eines Ausstellungsstücks)
Privatbesitz. Betreten (des Grundstücks) verboten! (Hinweisschild)
private property; privately-owned property
Privately owned (designation of origin of a showpiece)
Private property. No trespassung. (Informational sign)
Wein m cook.
Weine pl
Flaschenwein m
Obstwein m
Roséwein m; Rosé m ugs.
Rotwein m; Roter m ugs.
Spitzenwein m
Weißwein m; Weißer m ugs.
Wein vom Fass
halbtrockener Wein
korkiger Wein; Wein mit Korknote; Korkschmecker m; Korker m
lieblicher Wein
roter Bordeauxwein
süßer Wein
trockener Wein
verdünnter Wein
verfälschter Wein; gepanschter Wein
verschlossener Wein
Wein ohne Herkunftsbezeichnung
bei einem Glas Wein
dem Wein tüchtig zusprechen
Beerenauslese f
Wein, Weib und Gesang
Der Wein korkt stoppelt Ös. hat einen Stoppel Ös. hat Zapfen Schw..
wine
wines
bottled wine
fruit wine
rosé wine
red wine
premium wine
white wine
wine from the wood
medium-dry wine
corked wine; corky wine
suave wine
claret
sweet wine
dry wine
watered-down wine; watered wine
adulterated wine
wine that does not (yet) reveal its full bouquet
cleanskin wine; cleanskin Austr. NZ (wine without indication of origin)
over a glass of wine
to do justice to the wine
vintage wine of selected grapes
wine, women and song
The wine is corked corky.

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Englische denomination of origin DO Synonyme

denomination  Amish  Anglicanism  Anglo-Catholicism  Arianism  Athanasianism  Boehmenism  Calvinism  Catholicism  Christian Science  Confucianism  Congregationalism  Conservative Judaism  Eleusinianism  Episcopalianism  Erastianism  Ethical Culture  Gnosticism  Hinduism  Judaism  Lamaism  Laudianism  Laudism  Lingayat Hinduism  Magianism  Mahayana Buddhism  Mandaeism  Methodism  Mithraism  Muhammadanism  New Thought  Orthodox Christianity  Orthodox Judaism  Oxford Movement  Parsiism  Parsism  Practical Christianity  Puritanism  Quakerism  Reform Judaism  Roman Catholicism  Rosicrucianism  Sabaeanism  Salvation Army  Shiite Muslimism  Shin Buddhism  Shingon Buddhism  Shinto  Shintoism  Sikhism  Socinianism  Sufism  Taoism  Tendai Buddhism  Theosophy  Ubiquitarianism  Uniatism  Unitarianism  Vaishnavite Hinduism  Vajrayana Buddhism  Vedanta  Wahabiism  Yoga  Yogism  Zen  Zen Buddhism  Zoroastrianism  adherents  affiliation  allocation  antinomianism  appellation  appellative  assignment  attribution  baptism  binomen  binomial name  blood  body  branch  brand  breed  byword  calling  cast  character  characterization  christening  church  clan  class  classification  classifying  cognomen  color  communion  community  confession  connection  creed  cryptonym  cult  definition  denotation  description  designation  determination  differentiation  disciples  disclosure  division  empty title  epithet  eponym  euonym  expression  faction  faith  feather  fellowship  fingering  fixing  followers  form  genre  genus  grade  grain  group  gymnosophy  handle  hint  homoiousianism  honorific  hyponym  identification  identifying  ilk  indication  indicativeness  ism  kidney  kin  kind  label  latitudinarianism  line  lot  make  manifestation  manner  mark  meaning  mold  moniker  name  namesake  naming  nature  nicknaming  nomen  nomen nudum  number  offshoot  order  organization  party  persuasion  phylum  picking out  pinning down  pointing  pointing out  pointing to  preci  

Herkunftsbezeichnung {f} Definition

Denomination
(n.) The act of naming or designating.
Denomination
(n.) That by which anything is denominated or styled
Denomination
(n.) A class, or society of individuals, called by the same name
Origin
(n.) The first existence or beginning of anything
Origin
(n.) That from which anything primarily proceeds
Origin
(n.) The point of attachment or end of a muscle which is fixed during contraction

denomination of origin DO Bedeutung

origin
descent
extraction
properties attributable to your ancestry, he comes from good origins
vintage
time of origin
the oldness of wines
origin the point of intersection of coordinate axes, where the values of the coordinates are all zero
appellation
denomination
designation
appellative
identifying word or words by which someone or something is called and classified or distinguished from others
origin
origination
inception
an event that is a beginning, a first part or stage of subsequent events
denomination a class of one kind of unit in a system of numbers or measures or weights or money, he flashed a fistful of bills of large denominations
Baptist denomination group of Baptist congregations
Methodist denomination group of Methodist congregations
Anabaptist denomination a Protestant sect denying infant baptism and baptising only believers
d lineage
line
line of descent
descent
bloodline
blood line
blood
pedigree
ancestry
origin
parentage
stemma
stockb
the descendants of one individual, his entire lineage has been warriors
denomination a group of religious congregations having its own organization and a distinctive faith
Protestant denomination group of Protestant congregations
beginning
origin
root
rootage
source
the place where something begins, where it springs into being, the Italian beginning of the Renaissance, Jupiter was the origin of the radiation, Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River, communism's Russian root
fatherland
homeland
motherland
mother country
country of origin
native land
the country where you were born
birthplace cradle
place of origin
provenance
provenience
where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence, the birthplace of civilization
origin the source of something's existence or from which it derives or is derived, the rumor had its origin in idle gossip, vegetable origins, mineral origin, origin in sensation
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