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loose {adj} [e.g. tooth, brick, end; alliance; mushrooms; dress; tongue]
876
lose [z. B. Zahn, Ziegelstein, Ende; Zusammenschluss; Pilze; Kleid; Zunge od. Mundwerk]
chipped {adj} {past-p} [tooth, cup]
77
abgeplatzt
dent. bicuspid {adj} [tooth]
20
zweihöckrig [Zahn mit zwei Höckern]
anat. med. mandibular {adj} [e.g. branch, tooth, fracture]
17
Unterkiefer- [z. B. Ast, Zahn, Fraktur]
dent. decayed {adj} [tooth]
8
faul [Zahn]
dent. monocuspidate {adj} [tooth]
8
einhöckrig
dent. devitalized {adj} [tooth]marktot [Zahn]
dent. devitalized {adj} [tooth]pulpatot [Zahn]
dent. filled {adj} {past-p} [tooth]plombiert [Zahn]
dent. malplaced {adj} [tooth]falsch stehend [Zahn]
dent. paradental {adj} [adjacent to a tooth]in Zahnnähe gelegen
dent. paradental {adj} [adjacent to a tooth]neben dem Zahn gelegen
dent. tricanaled {adj} [tooth]mit drei Wurzelkanälen [Zahn]
Verbs
dent. to remove sth. [tooth]
350
etw.Akk. extrahieren [Zahn]
to decay [tooth]
75
faulen [Zahn]
to pull sth. [remove from a fixed position, extract] [tooth, weeds, etc.]
28
etw. entfernen [ausreißen, herausziehen] [Zahn, Unkraut etc.]
to expose sth. [e.g. tooth neck, artery, cable core]
5
etw.Akk. freilegen [z. B. Zahnhals, Arterie, Kabelader]
Nouns
[person / child with a sweet tooth]
24
Naschkatze {f} [ugs.]
dent. med. cavity [in a body or organ, tooth decay]
23
Kavität {f} [Hohlraum, Aushöhlung]
hunting zool. ivory [upper canine tooth; deer]
21
Grandel {f} [Eckzahn im Oberkiefer beim Rotwild]
dent. cutting [of a tooth]
19
Durchbruch {m} [eines Zahnes]
dent. intrusion [tooth]
18
Intrusion {f}
tush [tooth]
15
Eckzahn {m} [hauptsächlich eines Pferdes]
tooth [in a saw, comb, etc., but not a dental tooth]
11
Zacke {f} [Säge, Kamm usw.]
dent. odontexesis [tooth cleaning]
8
Zahnreinigung {f}
dent. periodontometry [tooth mobility test]
6
Periodontometrie {f} [Messung der Zahnbeweglichkeit]
[sb. with a sweet tooth]Süßschnabel {m} [Naschkatze]
entom. T
anat. dent. zool. dogtooth [canine tooth]Hundszahn {m} [ugs.] [Eckzahn]
dent. extrusion [tooth]Verdrängung {f} nach außen [Zahn]
fish T
dent. intrusion [tooth]Verdrängung {f} nach innen [Zahn]
rottenness [vegetation, tooth, egg etc.]Faulheit {f}
zool. toothcomb [also: tooth comb]Zahnkamm {m} [z. B. beim Spitzhörnchen]
2 Words: Others
dent. non-vital {adj} [tooth, pulp]devital [Zahn, Pulpa]
2 Words: Verbs
med. to have sth. out [one's appendix, a tooth, etc.]sichDat. etw. entfernen lassen [den Blinddarm, einen Zahn etc.]
dent. to pull out sth. [e.g. a tooth]etw.Akk. extrahieren [z. B. einen Zahn]
to surgically remove sth. [e.g. tooth]etw. herausoperieren [ugs.] [z. B. Zahn]
2 Words: Nouns
dent. buck tooth [an upper tooth that projects over the lower lip]Hasenzahn {m} [ugs.] [oft pej.]
dent. chairside bleaching [tooth bleaching in the dental office]Bleaching {n} in der Praxis [Zahnaufhellung in der Zahnarztpraxis]
dent. dead tooth [coll.] [nonvital tooth]devitaler Zahn {m} [toter Zahn]
dent. dental flipper [coll.] [a false tooth, or partial denture]Zahnersatz {m} [künstlicher Zahn od. kleine Teilprothese]
dent. distal surface [tooth]Distalfläche {f}
anat. dent. zool. dog tooth [canine tooth]Hundszahn {m} [ugs.] [Eckzahn]
textil. dogtooth pattern [also: dog-tooth pattern, dog's tooth pattern]Hahnentrittmuster {n}
dragon's tooth [fossilised shark tooth]Drachenzahn {m}
dent. ectopic eruption [tooth]ektopischer Durchbruch {m} [Zahn]
dent. eye tooth [Dens caninus] [canine tooth, esp. one in the upper jaw]Hundezahn {m} [selten] [(oberer) Eckzahn beim Menschen]
dent. home care [tooth care at home]Zahnpflege {f} zu Hause
dent. Hutchinson's incisor [Hutchinson's tooth]Hutchinson-Zahn {m} [auch: Hutchinsonzahn] [syphilitischer Zahn]
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