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econ. pol. internal {adj} [domestic, national]
traditional {adj} [regional or national tradition]
hist. national {adj}
völkisch [veraltet] [national]
pol. brown {adj} [pej.] [as the colour of National Socialism or facism]braun [pej.] [als Synonym für nationalsozialistisch o. faschistisch]
denationalizing {adj} [divesting of national character]denationalisierend
fin. pol. to budget sth. [in the national budget]etw. im Staatshaushalt ansetzen
geogr. pol. state [national territory]
Staatsgebiet {n}
patriotism [local or national]
Heimatliebe {f}
naut. jack [a small version of a national flag flown at the bow of a vessel]
Gösch {f} [Bugflagge von Schiffen]
econ. med. lockdown [national quarantine]
Lockdown {m}
mil. guardsman [United States National Guard]
Nationalgardist {m} [Nationalgarde der Vereinigten Staaten]
sports [a sports match between the national teams of neighbouring countries]Nachbarschaftsduell {n} [zwischen Nationalmannschaften]
econ. ind. [contract manufacturing, also: national economies that rely on contract manufacturing]verlängerte Werkbank {f} [fig.] [Fertigungsbetrieb, Volkswirtschaft, die keine eigene Forschung und Entwicklung betreibt]
ling. [dictionary of national and regional variants]Variantenwörterbuch {n}
pol. [German national election campaign]Bundestagswahlkampf {m}
sports [German nickname for Argentina's national football team]die Gauchos {pl} [ugs.] [auch pej.] [Spitzname für die Spieler der argentinischen Fußballnationalmannschaft]
sports [German soccer national team]DFB-Elf {f}
[Germany's national accreditation body]Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle {f} <DAkkS>
cloth. [knee-high stockings, worn with the national / traditional costume, e.g. in Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland]Trachtenstrümpfe {pl}
[National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Dentists] [Germany]Kassenzahnärztliche Bundesvereinigung {f} <KZBV>
[national insurance scheme]Bürgerversicherung {f}
sports [nickname of the Swiss national soccer team]Nati {f} [ugs.] [schweiz. für: Schweizer Fußballnationalmannschaft]
[often pejorative nickname for exceedingly eager and convinced National Socialist young men] [Germany, after 1933]Quex {m} [ugs.] [oft pej.]
pol. [political party comprising local or national dignitaries]Honoratiorenpartei {f}
[title awarded by municipal or national authorities to outstanding male singers]Kammersänger {m}
hist. sports [title of German national coach (several sports) from 1918 to 1945]Reichstrainer {m} [Bezeichnung deutscher Nationaltrainer (verschiedene Sportarten) 1918 bis 1945]
admin. rail AMTRAK® [National Railroad Passenger Corporation] [Am.]Amtrak {f} [US-amerik. Eisenbahn-Unternehmen (National Railroad Passenger Corporation)] [AMTRAK®]
herald. mil. Balkenkreuz [national identification cross on German military vehicles in different forms since 1918]Balkenkreuz {n} [dt. Streitkräfte]
ling. Bislama [English-based creole language used as the national language of Vanuatu]Bislama {n} [Amtssprache der Republik Vanuatu und Lingua franca]
Dannebrog [Danish national flag]Dannebrog {m} [auch Danebrog]
Nisshōki [also: Nisshoki] [national flag of Japan]Nisshoki {f} [Nationalflagge von Japan]
philos. pol. nuclearism [Am.] [advocacy of nuclear weapons and nuclear technology for the maintenance of peace and national security]Nuklearismus {m}
NUS [National Union of Students] [Br.]nationaler Studentenbund {m}
sports Oranje [nickname for the Netherlands national football team]Oranje-Team {n}
pol. Storting [Norwegian national assembly]Storting {n}
sports the Matildas {pl} [Aus.] [coll.] [Australia women's national football team][Spitzname der australischen Frauenfußball-Nationalmannschaft]
2 Words: Verbs
EU law to transpose sth. into sth. [esp. directives into national law]etw.Akk. in etw.Akk. umsetzen [bes. Richtlinien in nationales Recht]
2 Words: Nouns
Anzac Day [Aus.] [NZ] [Tonga] [national day of remembrance; 25 April]ANZAC-Tag {m} [Akronym für Australian and New Zealand Army Corps; Feiertag in Aus., NZ, Tonga]
law approval law [a federal law, with which national approval to an international treaty is given]Zustimmungsgesetz {n} [Vertragsgesetz]
hist. Balfour Declaration [1917, in support of "a national home for the Jewish people" in Palestine]Balfour-Deklaration {f} [1917]
civil flag [a national flag for use of non-governmental institutions]Bürgerliche Flagge {f} [Nationalflagge für den zivilen Gebrauch]
rail classification yard [Am., Can. (Canadian National Railway)]Verschiebebahnhof {m} [österr.] [veraltet fachspr. bes. nordd.] [veraltend ugs.]
federal flag [name of Germany's national flag]Bundesflagge {f}
hist. Final Solution [National Socialism]Endlösung {f}
hist. relig. spec. German Christianity [National Socialism]Deutschchristentum {n} [Nationalsozialismus]
hist. sports Golden Team [Hungary national football team of the 1950s]Goldene Elf {f} [ungarische Fußballnationalmannschaft der 1950er]
educ. Unverified joint research [emphasis on multi-national]Forschungszusammenarbeit {f}
sports les Bleus [nickname for the France national football team]les Bleus {pl}
local chapter [of a national or international organization]Ortsgruppe {f}
mil. military status [classification grades of the service relationships of U.S. Armed Forces members; active, reserve, National Guard, separated, retired][Status-Klassifikation der Dienstverhältnisse Angehöriger der US-Streikräfte; aktiv, Reserve, Nationalgarde, ausgeschieden, im Ruhestand]
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