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English-German translation for: [snake]
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Dictionary English German: [snake]

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English German
slithering {adj} {pres-p} [e.g. snake]
gleitend [z. B. Schlange]
anguine {adj} [archaic] [snake-like]schlangenartig
to slither [snake etc.]
to coil [snake]sich winden [Schlange]
to slither [snake]sich schlängeln [Schlange]
zool. T
zool. slough [of a snake]
Natternhemd {n}
zool. fang [of snake]
Giftzahn {m}
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
ethn. snakeman [coll.] [snake shaman][Spezialist für Schlangenbisse, Schamane]
zool. T
zool. T
2 Words: Others
myth. seven-headed {adj} [snake, dragon, etc.]siebenköpfig [Schlange, Drache etc.]
2 Words: Nouns
zool. ambush position [e.g. of a cat, snake]Lauerstellung {f} [z. B. einer Katze, Schlange]
zool. dorsal markings {pl} [e.g. of a snake]Rückenzeichnung {f} [z. B. einer Schlange]
fang marks [of a snake etc.]Bissspuren {pl} [einer Schlange etc.]
zool. head scale [e.g. of a snake]Kopfschuppe {f} [Kopfplättchen, z. B. einer Schlange]
snake-eater [Am.] [coll.] [also: snake eater or snakeeater] [nickname for U.S. Army Special Forces Soldiers]Schlangenfresser {m} [ugs.] [Spitzname für US Army Special-Forces-Soldaten]
3 Words: Nouns
med. pharm. print staff of Aesculapius [has only a single snake and no wings]Äskulapstab {m} [Stab mit einer gewundenen Schlange (Symbol für Medizin und Pharmazie), Apotheke (Kartenzeichen)] [Unicode: U+2695 (9877)]
4 Words: Nouns
flicking of the tongue [e.g. by a snake]Gezüngel {n} [z. B. von einer Schlange]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
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