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common {adj} [joint]
2983
gemeinsam
common {adj} [collective, joint]
303
gemeinschaftlich
automot. tech. tight {adj} [e.g. steering/joint]
39
schwergängig [z. B. Lenkung/Schraubverbindung]
ball {adj} [attr.] [e.g. bearing, joint, lightning, pen]
24
Kugel- [z. B. Lager, Gelenk, Blitz, Schreiber]
[as long as a finger joint] {adj}gliedlang [veraltet]
common {adj} [collective, joint]kommun [veraltet] [geh.]
stiffening {adj} {pres-p} [muscle, joint, limb]sichAkk. versteifend [steif werdend] [Muskel, Gelenk, Glied]
Verbs
drugs to toke [sl.]
422
kiffen [ugs.] [an einem Joint ziehen]
med. to reduce sth. [a fracture, a dislocated joint]
323
etw. richten [eine Fraktur, ein disloziertes Gelenk]
med. to dislocate [joint]
255
auskugeln [Gelenk]
tech. to sweat [pipe solder joint]
20
löten
med. to aspirate [joint]
19
punktieren [Gelenk]
naut. to scarf sth. [to join using a scarf joint]
5
etw. verlaschen
to jar sth. [limb, joint]sichDat. etw. stauchen
to jar sth. [limb, joint]sichDat. etw. verstauchen
med. to reduce sth. [a joint]etw.Akk. wieder einrenken [Gelenk]
med. to reset sth. [dislocated joint]etw.Akk. (wieder) einrenken
to stiffen [limb, muscle, joint, person, etc.]sich versteifen [steif werden] [Körperglied, Muskel, Gelenk, Person etc.]
Nouns
bondline [adhesive joint]
83
Klebverbindung {f}
gastr. [joint of meat including ribs]
63
Rippenstück {n}
anat. socket [of a joint, e.g. hip socket]
58
Gelenkpfanne {f}
drugs blunt [sl.]
50
Blunt {m} [ugs.] [aus einer Zigarre hergestellter Joint]
gap [joint]
49
Fuge {f}
anat. socket [of joint]
32
Pfanne {f} [Gelenkpfanne]
drugs joint [coll.] [cannabis cigarette]
31
Tüte {f} [ugs.] [Joint]
anat. compartment [joint]
26
Loge {f} [Gelenk]
hit [Am.] [off a cigarette, joint]
22
Zug {m} [an Zigarette, Joint]
med. dislocation [of a joint]
21
Auskugelung {f} [eines Gelenks]
drugs reefer [sl.]
18
Ofen {m} [ugs.] [Joint]
tech. weld [welded joint]
11
Schweißstelle {f}
pol. condominium [joint sovereignty]
8
Kondominat {n} {m}
drugs J [sl.] [joint]
8
Joint {m} [ugs.]
anat. enarthrosis [ball-and-socket joint]
6
Kugelgelenk {n}
constr. [woodworking joint, similar to dovetail]
5
Tannenbaumverbindung {f}
agr. [cf. Almabtrieb; joint herds from multiple farmers are sorted in the Viehscheid, and each cow is returned to its owner]Viehscheid {m} [Allgäu, Deutschland]
gastr. [joint of pork, veal or lamb including ribs]Karree {n} [bes. österr.]
[scissors: joint area protection, closing surface]Gewerbeansatz {m} [Schließfläche, Schere]
[union based on joint liabilities]Haftungsunion {f}
med. arthroscopy [e.g. of the shoulder, knee joint]Spiegelung {f} [eines Gelenkes]
coagency [also: co-agency] [joint operation, activity]Mittätigkeit {f}
Unverified coagency [also: co-agency] [joint operation, activity]Mittätigsein {n}
Unverified coagency [also: co-agency] [joint operation, activity]Mitwirkung {f}
med. diarthrosis [synovial joint]echtes Gelenk {n}
anat. biol. head [Caput] [of a muscle or joint]Caput {n} [Kopf] [eines Muskels oder eines Gelenks]
L [sl.] [blunt][aus einer Zigarre hergestellter Joint]
med. locking [of a joint]Verhakung {f} [eines Gelenks]
med. malrotation [of joint]Drehfehler {m} [eines Gelenks] [Rotationsfehler]
med. omarthritis [inflammation of the shoulder joint]Omarthritis {f}
2 Words: Others
tech. wallowed out {adj} {past-p} [irregularly enlarged bearing or joint seat(s) through uncontrolled movement]ausgeschlagen [Gelenk, Lager]
tech. worn-out {adj} [attr.] [joint, bearing]ausgeschlagen [Gelenk, Lager]
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