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Dictionary English German: Czech

Translation 1 - 37 of 37

English German
NOUN1   a Czech [person] | Czechs
NOUN2   Czech [language] | -
SYNO   Czech | Czechoslovakian | Czechoslovak
Czech {adj}
ethn. Czech
Tscheche {m}
ethn. Czech [female]
Tschechin {f}
ling. Czech
Tschechisch {n}
2 Words: Others
Czech-born {adj}in Tschechien geboren
ling. Czech-speaking {adj}tschechischsprachig
non-Czech {adj}nichttschechisch
2 Words: Nouns
mil. (Czech) hedgehog [anti-tank obstacle]Panzerigel {m} [österr.] [Tschechenigel]
mil. (Czech) hedgehogs [anti-tank obstacles]Tschechenigel {pl} [Panzersperren]
ling. Common CzechGemeinböhmisch {n}
ling. Common CzechGemeintschechisch {n}
Czech Americantschechischstämmiger Amerikaner {m}
pol. Czech authoritiestschechische Behörden {pl}
geogr. hist. Czech CorridorTschechischer Korridor {m}
educ. ling. Czech courseTschechischkurs {m}
gastr. Czech cuisinetschechische Küche {f}
ling. Czech dictionaryTschechischwörterbuch {n}
mil. Czech hedgehogStahlspinne {f} [schweiz.] [Tschechenigel]
mil. Czech hedgehogTschechenigel {m}
curr. Czech koruna <CZK, Kč>Tschechenkrone {f} <CZK, Kč> [seltener]
curr. Czech koruna <CZK, Kč>Tschechische Krone {f} <CZK, Kč>
acad. Czech philologytschechische Philologie {f}
geogr. hist. Czech RepublicTschechei {f} [Kurzbezeichnung für Tschechische Republik, 1918 - 1938]
geogr. Czech Republic <.cz>Tschechien {n}
geogr. Czech Republic <.cz>Tschechische Republik {f}
acad. ling. lit. Czech studies {pl}Bohemistik {f}
geogr. Czech SwitzerlandBöhmische Schweiz {f}
3 Words: Nouns
geogr. pol. Austrian-Czech borderösterreichisch-tschechische Grenze {f}
geogr. pol. Austro-Czech borderösterreichisch-tschechische Grenze {f}
geogr. pol. Czech-Austrian bordertschechisch-österreichische Grenze {f}
geogr. pol. Czech-Polish bordertschechisch-polnische Grenze {f}
geogr. pol. Czech-Slovak bordertschechisch-slowakische Grenze {f}
geogr. pol. Czech-Slovakian bordertschechisch-slowakische Grenze {f}
geogr. pol. German-Czech borderdeutsch-tschechische Grenze {f}
4 Words: Nouns
relig. Czech Brotherhood Evangelic ChurchEvangelische Kirche {f} der Böhmischen Brüder
5+ Words: Nouns
relig. Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren <ECCB>Evangelische Kirche {f} der Böhmischen Brüder
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
zool. T
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A 2016-01-27: I hope Illa can transfer that into Czech :-)
A 2016-01-21: Possibly: I regained (my) Czech citizenship.
A 2015-10-09: Also: remaining Czech state
A 2015-02-23: maybe czech?
A 2014-10-01: +Stroha+ is a village (Dorf) near Belgrade; the language spoken there is S...
A 2014-09-30: Czech mala = minor, small
A 2014-06-12: In Vienna, +Jessasna+ is a perfectly innocuous exclamation - probably a co...
A 2013-10-24: The +Telegraph+ quote renders in direct speech what Petr Čech said; +romy+...
A 2013-08-09: It is Czech :)
A 2013-04-08: The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs has ignored its own suggestion.
A 2013-04-08: It was a name suggested by the Czech Republic itself, apparantly -
A 2013-04-08: Czech Republic
A 2012-08-28: maybe this helps, Czech available too.
A 2012-05-01: In Czech, "years" and "summers" (léta = Lenze) are the same word, too.
A 2011-06-01: It is not Czech either, but...
A 2010-09-27: There are some Czech EN-language texts using "bonification" in connection ...
A 2009-12-10: Rettigove, née Artmannova: German names (Rettig / Rettich and Artmann) tur...
A 2009-09-01: and it was meant to be a check of course, not a czech or cheque.
A 2009-06-28: @ schwerblech: Czech marriages
A 2008-11-06: Elbe flood surge that passed / swept down the river Elbe from the Czech Re...

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