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Dictionary English German: [substance]

Translation 1 - 69 of 69

English German
amber {adj} [attr.] [made of amber, related to the substance]
316
Bernstein-
substantial {adj} [pertaining to substance or content]
128
inhaltlich
unadulterated {adj} [pure, of substance]
123
rein [unverfälscht]
stout {adj} [strong in structure or substance]
87
robust [Material, Schuhe etc.]
substantially {adv} [relating to substance, content]
36
inhaltlich
gummy {adj} [substance, surface, food]
22
klebrig
pharm. medicinal {adj} [e.g. plant, product, substance, tea]
18
Arznei- [z. B. Pflanze, Mittel, Stoff, Tee]
substantial {adj} [having substance]
15
materiell
incorruptible {adj} [material, substance]
13
unzerstörbar
substantial {adj} [having substance]
9
stofflich
substantive {adj} [possessing substance]
6
fest
fluffy {adj} [of a substance]locker-leicht [ugs.] [Substanz]
horny {adj} [of or made of horn or of a hornlike substance]hürnen [veraltet]
Verbs
gastr. to dredge [with a powdered substance]
69
bestäuben
to impregnate sth. [soak or saturate sth. with a substance]
38
etw. imprägnieren
to extend sth. [to increase the quantity by adding a cheaper substance, etc.]
28
etw. strecken [vermehren, ergiebiger machen]
chem. to prepare sth. [synthesize (a chemical substance)]
20
etw.Akk. darstellen [(einen Stoff) gewinnen, herstellen]
to impregnate sth. [to imbue or fill with a liquid substance]
15
etw. tränken [durchtränken]
Nouns
glass [substance]
4559
Glas {n} [Material]
chem. tech. residue [substance]
1346
Rückstand {m}
matter [substance, also: subject, question]
781
Materie {f}
biol. pharm. agent [active substance]
449
Wirkstoff {m}
drugs med. rehab [coll.] [for substance addiction]
346
Entziehungskur {f}
consistency [of substance]
286
Beschaffenheit {f}
pitch [substance]
229
Pech {n} [Substanz]
goo [coll.] [sticky substance]
92
Klebstoff {m}
biol. med. VetMed. secretion [substance]
90
Sekret {n}
smear [esp. caused by an oily substance]
45
Schmierspur {f}
body [substance]
42
Gehalt {m} [Substanz]
chem. oxidizer [substance in fuel]
33
Oxidator {m}
chem. unit mole <mol> [SI base unit of amount of substance]
18
Mol {n} <mol>
size [gelatinous or glutinous substance]
17
Leim {m}
dent. abrasion [of dental substance]
16
Abtragung {f} [von Zahnsubstanz]
primer [substance used as a preparatory coat on metal, canvas, etc.]
15
Primer {m} [Grundanstrich, Haftgrundmittel]
agent [modifying or altering substance]
14
Wirkungsmittel {n}
hist. philos. phys. ether [substance in ancient and medieval science]
12
Äther {m} [Substanz in antiken und mittelalterlichen Wissenschaften]
med. excretion [excreted substance]
8
Exkret {n}
chem. pharm. lachrymator [a tear-producing substance (as tear gas, pepper spray)]
6
Augenreizstoff {m}
nothingburger [Am.] [coll.] [also: nothing burger] [sth. that is lacking in substance]
6
Nothingburger {m} [auch: Nothing-Burger] [Neol.]
chem. carrier [of substance]
5
Trägersubstanz {f}
gob [viscous substance]
5
Qualster {m} [nordd.]
chem. pharm. lacrimator [spv.] [a tear-producing substance (as tear gas, pepper spray)]
5
Augenreizstoff {m}
lump [amorphous mass of some substance, e.g. soil]
5
Patzen {m} [österr.] [bayer.] [Klumpen]
med. coagulum [coagulated mass or substance]Blutkuchen {m}
med. zool. excretion [excreted substance]Ausscheidungsprodukt {n} [Exkret]
externals [outward forms as opposed to inner substance]äußere Formen {pl} [im Gegensatz zur inneren Substanz]
gook [coll.] [oozy, sticky, or slimy substance]klebriges Zeug {n}
relig. spec. homoousia [sameness of substance]Homoousie {f} [Wesenseinheit]
relig. spec. homoousia [sameness of substance]Homousie {f} [Wesensgleichheit]
biochem. FoodInd. koji [fermentation substance used in Japanese cuisine]Koji {n} [in Japan verwendete Fermentationssubstanz]
chem. oxidizer [substance in fuel]Oxydator {m}
unsubstantiality [of no substance]Gehaltlosigkeit {f}
2 Words: Verbs
drugs to cut sth. (with sth.) [e.g. heroin with another substance]etw.Akk. (mit etw.Dat.) strecken [z. B. Heroin mit anderem Stoff]
biol. to excrete slime [or a slime-like substance]schleimen
to solidify (into sth.) [liquid substance]sich (zu etw.Dat.) verfestigen [flüssige Substanz]
2 Words: Nouns
med. decomposition time [substance]Abbauzeit {f} [Zersetzen einer Substanz]
dependence potential [of a substance]Abhängigkeitspotenzial {n}
essential property [of a substance etc.]wesentliche Beschaffenheit {f}
med. housewife's dermatitis [skin inflammation caused due to contact with an irritating substance]Waschfrauenhände {pl}
med. housewife's dermatitis [skin inflammation caused due to contact with an irritating substance]Waschhände {pl}
pharm. QM lead structure [lead substance] [risk assessment]Leitsubstanz {f} [Risikobewertung]
pharm. QM lead substance [used to define the worst case substance with respect to physico-chemical behaviour; risk assessment]Leitsubstanz {f} [repräsentativer Vertreter einer Risikogruppe, der bezüglich des Risikofaktors den Worst Case darstellt]
biol. chem. trace element [trace substance]Spurenstoff {m} [nur in Spuren vorkommende Substanz]
med. zool. vaginal secretion [substance]Vaginalsekret {n}
working with sb./sth. [substance, patients, etc.]Umgang {m} mit jdm./etw. [Substanz, Patienten etc.]
3 Words: Nouns
chem. EU law naturally occurring substance [substance which occurs in nature; REACH regulation]Naturstoff {m} [REACH-Verordnung]
4 Words: Verbs
to find its way into sth. [e.g. poisonous substance into the food chain, concept into Greek philosophy]in etw.Akk. gelangen [z. B. giftige Substanz in die Nahrungskette, Begriff in die griechische Philosophie]
to get / become pregnant from sth. [substance; action]durch etw.Akk. schwanger werden [Substanz; Handlung]
4 Words: Nouns
law pol. liberal democratic basic order [the core substance of the German constitution]freiheitliche demokratische Grundordnung {f} [auch: freiheitlich-demokratische ...] <f.d.G.O.; fdGO, FDGO> [Abk. „fdGO“ u. „FDGO“ sind informell]
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