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skinny {adj} [e.g. arm, leg]
1663
dünn [mager, dürr] [z. B. Arm, Bein]
skinny {adj} [person, arm, leg, etc.]
405
spindeldürr
furn. chair {adj} [attr.] [e.g. height, leg]
43
Stuhl- [z. B. Höhe, Bein]
FireResc med. elevated {adj} {past-p} [e.g. head, leg, upper body]
16
hochgelagert [Extremität]
anat. med. crural {adj} [of or relating to the thigh or leg]
5
krural [zum Schenkel gehörend]
cocked {adj} [leg]angewinkelt und (leicht) erhoben [Bein]
standing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cuvette, figure, leg, microphone, mirror]Stand- [z. B. Küvette, Figur, Bein, Mikrofon, Spiegel]
Verbs
med. to immobilise sth. [Br.] [e.g. a leg]
17
etw. ruhigstellen [Glied od. Gelenk, z. B. in einem Gipsverband]
med. to immobilize sth. [e.g. a leg]
10
etw. ruhigstellen [Glied od. Gelenk, z. B. in einem Gipsverband]
med. to immobilise sth. [Br.] [e.g. a leg]etw. ruhig stellen [Glied od. Gelenk, z. B. in einem Gipsverband]
med. to immobilize sth. [e.g. a leg]etw. ruhig stellen [Glied od. Gelenk, z. B. in einem Gipsverband]
to skin sth. [hand, leg, head, etc.]sichDat. etw.Akk. aufschürfen [Knie etc.]
Nouns
armour weapons cuisse [leg armour]
6
Beinschiene {f} [auch Beinschutz oder Beinharnisch]
anat. gaiter [rare] [lower leg]
6
Unterschenkel {m}
cloth. legwarmers [spv. for: leg warmers]
6
Stulpen {pl}
gastr. drumstick [leg]
5
Geflügelkeule {f}
med. sports granddaddy [coll.] [dead leg]Knöck {m} [fränk.] [Pferdekuss]
med. sports granddaddy [coll.] [dead leg]Negerboandl {n} [bayer.] [Pferdekuss]
cloth. trouser [trouser leg]Hosenbein {n}
2 Words: Others
FireResc med. propped up {adj} {past-p} [e.g. head, leg, upper body]hochgelagert [Extremität, Kopf]
rolled up {adj} {past-p} [sleeve, pant leg]hochgekrempelt [Ärmel, Hosenbein]
2 Words: Verbs
to drag sth. behind [one's bad leg]etw. nachziehen [ein krankes Bein]
2 Words: Nouns
cloth. calf warmers [short Alpine leg warmers]Loferl {pl} [auch: Loiferl] [regional, bes. Bayern, Österreich] [kurze Trachtenstutzen („Stutzn, Beinhösl“)]
med. charley horse [Am.] [coll.] [cramp esp. in the leg muscles]Krampf {m} [bes. im Bein]
equest. zool. cross-firing [leg interference]diagonales Einhauen {n} [Gangfehler]
med. dodgy leg [Br.] [coll.] [impaired leg]kaputtes Bein {n} [ugs.]
MedTech. false leg [coll.] [prosthetic leg]falsches Bein {n} [ugs.] [Beinprothese]
sports first match [first-leg match] [football / soccer]Hinspiel {n} [bei Meisterschafts- oder Pokalwettbewerben]
med. Lazarević's sign [straight leg raise]Lazarević-Zeichen {n} [Lasègue-Zeichen]
med. leg stump [stump of an amputated leg]Beinstummel {m} [ugs.] [Beinstumpf]
med. leg stump [stump of an amputated leg]Beinstumpf {m}
peg-legger [coll.] [male with an artificial leg, esp. a wooden leg]Einbeiniger {m} [bes. mit einem Holzbein]
VetMed. zool. spindly legs [spindly leg syndrome] [frogs, toads]Streichholzbeinchen {pl} [Frösche, Unken]
anat. sural region [Regio suralis, Regio surae] [calf of the leg]Wadenregion {f}
3 Words: Nouns
tools dog-leg chisel [also: dogleg chisel, dog leg chisel]Hundsbeineisen {n}
gastr. leg of lamb [hind leg]Lammschlegel {m} [bayer.]
4 Words: Verbs
to lose sb./sth. to an accident [a relative, a leg, one's life, etc.]jdn./etw. durch einen Unfall verlieren [einen Angehörigen, ein Bein, sein Leben etc.]
5+ Words: Others
proverb Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!Leg mich einmal herein, Schande über dich. Leg mich zweimal herein, Schande über mich!
proverb Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!Leg mich einmal rein - Schande über dich! Leg mich zweimal rein - Schande über mich!
5+ Words: Verbs
med. to put a plaster cast on sb.'s sth. [on his/her leg, hand, arm, etc.]jdm. einen Gips anlegen [Bein, Hand, Arm usw. mit einem Gipsverband umgeben]
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