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pectoral {adj} [e.g. muscles, fin, cross, tea]
94
Brust- [z. B. Muskeln, Flosse, Kreuz, Tee]
pharm. medicinal {adj} [e.g. plant, product, substance, tea]
19
Arznei- [z. B. Pflanze, Mittel, Stoff, Tee]
brewed {adj} {past-p} [tea, coffee]
16
aufgebrüht
gastr. bottomless {adj} [Am.] [with tea, coffee, soft drinks]
10
[kostenloser Nachschank bei Tee, Kaffee, Softdrinks in Lokalen]
fruit {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cup, quark, tea, fasting]
8
Früchte- [z. B. Cocktail, Quark, Tee, Fasten]
sb. brewed [tea, coffee]jd. brühte auf
sb. brews [tea, coffee]jd. brüht auf
FoodInd. tealike {adj} [also: tea-like]teeähnlich
Verbs
agr. hort. to pick sth. [flowers, apples, cotton, tea, etc.]
413
etw. pflücken [Blumen, Äpfel, Baumwolle, Tee etc.]
gastr. to make sth. [tea, coffee]
326
etw. aufbrühen [Tee, Kaffee]
gastr. to brew sth. [tea, coffee]
234
etw. kochen [Tee, Kaffee]
gastr. to brew [tea, coffee]
111
aufbrühen
to brew [tea]
54
brühen
gastr. to brew [tea]
31
aufgießen [Tee]
gastr. to make [tea, coffee]
17
aufgießen [Tee, Kaffee aufbrühen]
Nouns
gastr. char [Br.] [coll.] [tea]
21
Tee {m}
smoko [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [tea break]
16
Teepause {f}
gastr. chai [spiced tea]
14
Chai {m} [Tee]
caddy [small container, e.g. tea caddy]
12
Büchse {f} [Behälter, z. B. Teebüchse]
gastr. [tea spiked with fruit schnapps or rum]
8
Jagatee {m} [österr.] [südd.]
billy [Aus., NZ: rustic tea kettle]
8
Blechbüchse {f} [rustikaler Teekessel]
gastr. [tea spiked with fruit schnapps or rum]
7
Jägertee {m}
gastr. TrVocab. Jagertee [also: Jägertee] [black tea with overproof ersatz rum; popular as an après-ski drink]
7
Jagertee {m} [österr.] [südd.]
caddy [esp. Br.] [tea caddy]
5
Teedose {f}
rolling [of wheels, trains, boats, waves, etc.; also of tea]
5
Rollen {n} [der Räder, des Zugs, des Bootes etc.; auch Tee]
pharm. [herbal tea for coughs and sore throats]Halstee {m}
gastr. [tea]Thee {m} [Rechtschreibung vor 1901] [Tee]
[watered-down lemonade or tea] [on German maritime vessels]Kujambel {m} [Seemannssprache]
[watered-down lemonade or tea] [on German maritime vessels]Kujambelwasser {n} [selten] [Seemannssprache]
bot. T
hist. drum [evening tea party of a kind that was popular in the late 18th and early 19th century]Abendgesellschaft {f} [bes. im späten 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert]
entom. T
mycol. T
pol. Teabagger [Am.] [pej.] [hum.] [Tea Party movement member][Spitzname für ein Mitglied der US-Tea-Party-Bewegung]
neol. pol. Tealiban {pl} [pej.] [portmanteau of Taliban and Tea party movement][Kunstwort von politischen Gegnern der Tea-Party-Bewegung]
2 Words: Verbs
to have sb. round [for tea etc.] [Br.]jdn. zu Besuch haben [zum Abendessen etc.]
2 Words: Nouns
gastr. boba (tea)Bubble Tea {m} [auch: Bubble-Tea]
gastr. brewing process [tea, coffee]Aufbrühvorgang {m} [Tee, Kaffee]
brewing process [tea, coffee]Brühprozess {m} [Tee, Kaffee]
brewing process [tea, coffee]Brühvorgang {m} [Tee, Kaffee]
gastr. med. brightening agent [for coloring tea mixtures]Schmuckdroge {f} [um eine Teemischung zu färben]
bun fight [Br.] [tea party]Teegesellschaft {f} [Kaffeekränzchen]
hist. Coercive Acts[Britische Zwangsgesetze nach der Boston Tea Party]
gastr. steeping time [for tea]Ziehzeit {f} [für Tee]
gastr. tea egg [chiefly Br.: egg-shaped tea infuser]Teeei {n}
pol. Tea Partier [Am.][Mitglied der amerikanischen Tea-Party-Bewegung]
3 Words: Others
Neither (, thanks). [answering, e.g. "Would you like tea or coffee?"]Weder noch. (Danke.) [Antwort, z. B. auf "Möchtest du Tee oder Kaffee?"]
3 Words: Verbs
to have high tea [Br.] [to eat a light meal in the early evening, often including sandwiches, cakes and a cup of tea]Abendbrot essen
gastr. to leave to draw [tea etc.]ziehen lassen
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
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