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English-German translation for: [filled]
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inflated {adj} {past-p} [filled with air]
788
aufgeblasen
blank {adj} [not filled in (form), also fig. (life)]
20
unausgefüllt [Formular etc., auch fig. (Leben)]
full {adj} [filled with sth.]
15
angefüllt
sth. swelled sth. [filled, bellied]
8
etw. schwellte etw. [geh.]
impassioned {adj} [filled with or showing great emotion]
6
enragiert [veraltet] [geh.]
clamorous {adj} [filled with clamour]von Geschrei erfüllt
freshly {adv} [e.g. freshly installed / filled]neu [gerade erst]
Nouns
duvet [down-filled]
82
Daunendecke {f}
gastr. [yeast dumpling filled with plum sauce]
70
Germknödel {m} [österr.]
archi. hist. moat [typically filled with water]
58
Wassergraben {m}
gastr. [dumpling filled with plum jam]
9
Powidltascherl {n} [österr.]
gastr. choc [Br.] [coll.] [a small, filled chocolate]
8
Praline {f}
gastr. [yeast pastry filled with jam or sth. similar]
6
Buchtel {f}
[a bundle filled with food, originally leftovers from a banquet]Bschoadpackerl {n} [österr.] [regional]
gastr. [Austrian and Slovenian sweet bread filled with nuts or poppy seeds]Potitze {f} [österr.] [regional]
[bean-shaped brandy-filled chocolate]Cognacbohne {f}
[bean-shaped brandy-filled chocolate]Kognakbohne {f}
gastr. [knackwurst filled with onion slices]Maurerforelle {f} [mit Zwiebelscheiben gefüllte Knackwurst] [österr.]
gastr. [Lebkuchen cookies filled with marzipan, apricot jelly, covered with icing of dark chocolate]Dominosteine {pl}
gastr. [oven-baked yeast dumplings, often filled with jam or sth. similar]Rohrnudeln {pl} [österr.] [bayer.] [Buchteln]
gastr. [rolled pastries with chocolate coating, filled with cream]Schlotfeger {pl} [regional] [gefüllte Hippenrollen]
gastr. [shortcrust pastry cookie or coconut macaroon filled with red jelly, e.g. currant jelly]Pfauenauge {n}
mil. [small Navy motorboat filled with explosives, acting like a guided bomb]Sprengboot {n}
archi. [technology-filled home]Wohnmaschine {f} [ugs., hum. oder pej.: technisiertes Wohnhaus]
gastr. [thumb-shaped, hazelnut praline-filled sugar candy]Messmocken {m} [schweiz.]
gastr. [yeast dumpling filled with plum jam]Germknödel {m}
gastr. Buchteln [oven-baked yeast dumplings, often filled with jam or sth. similar]Buchteln {pl}
gastr. choccy [Br.] [coll.] [also: chockie / chocky] [a small, filled chocolate]Praline {f}
anat. audio VetMed. utriculus [the larger of the two fluid-filled cavities forming part of the labyrinth of the inner ear]Utriculus {m} [das große Vorhofsäckchen] [Teil des Vestibularorgans]
2 Words: Others
constr. filled in {adj} [also: filled-in]ausgefacht [Fachwerkkonstruktion]
spec. gold-filled {adj} [also: gold filled] [gold filled with base metal]gold-filled [auch: Gold-filled] [wörtlich: gefülltes Gold] [Gold mit unedlem Metallkern]
shot through {adj} [interwoven, filled]durchsetzt [vermischt]
2 Words: Nouns
chocolate candy [Am.] [a small, filled chocolate]Praline {f}
gastr. cream pie [Am.] [type of pie filled with a rich custard or pudding]Sahne-Creme-Torte {f}
archi. constr. grass paving [grass-filled modular paving]Rasenpflaster {n}
zool. ice treat [ice block filled with food for animals]Eisbombe {f} [Tierfutter]
comics Money Bin [building filled with money of Disney's Uncle Scrooge] [Disney]Geldspeicher {m}
gastr. pasta squares [filled with meat, spinach etc.]Maultaschen {pl}
med. VetMed. peliosis hepatis [blood filled cystic lesions in the liver]Peliosis hepatis {f}
cloth. MedTech. sports sand vest [sand-filled weighted vest]Sandweste {f}
gastr. Swabian pockets [pasta squares filled with meat and spinach]Herrgottsbscheißerle {pl} [schwäbisch] [hum.] [Maultaschen]
gastr. Swabian pockets [Pasta squares filled with meat and spinach]Maultaschen {pl}
3 Words: Verbs
to be full of sth. [be filled with sth.]mit etw.Dat. angefüllt sein
3 Words: Nouns
tech. design throat thickness [filled weld]a-Maß {n} [Kehlnaht]
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