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fierce {adj}
603
böse [heftig, stürmisch, wild]
bot. zool. vulnerable {adj} <VU> [high risk of endangerment in the wild]
399
gefährdet [Artenbestand]
ragged {adj} [wild and neglected, e.g. garden]
42
verwildert [z. B. Garten]
chivvied {adj} {past-p}
20
gehetzt [Wild, auch fig.]
ragged {adj} [wild and neglected, e.g. garden]
18
vernachlässigt [z. B. Garten]
cultured {adj} [artificially grown or synthesized]
9
Zucht- [nicht wild aufgewachsen oder synthetisch]
hunting runnable {adj}
7
jagdbar [Wild]
dionysian {adj}
6
dionysisch [fig.] [rauschhaft, wild]
chevied {adj} {past-p}gehetzt [Wild, auch fig.]
bot. zool. endangered {adj} <EN> [high risk of extinction in the wild]stark gefährdet [Artenbestand]
Verbs
hunting to chase sb./sth.
473
jdn./etw. hetzen [Wild] [auch fig.]
to rage [go wild]
338
ausflippen [ugs.]
hunting to eviscerate sb./sth. [also fig.] [an animal; corporation]
336
jdn./etw. ausweiden [auch fig.] [ein Stück Wild; Konzern zerschlagen]
hunting to dress sth. [game animal]
19
etw.Akk. ausnehmen [Wild]
hunting to scatter sth. [game]
19
etw. zersprengen [Wild]
hunting to poach [hunt wild game on land where not permitted]
11
schwarzgehen [ugs.] [wildern]
to tame sth. [a wild animal]
11
etw.Akk. bezähmen [veraltet] [zahm machen: (wildes) Tier]
to call [seagulls, wild ducks, etc.]
8
schreien [Möven, Wildenten usw.]
hunting to spring [game, e.g. partridges]
8
aufjagen [Wild, z. B. Rebhühner]
hunting to gralloch sth. [Br.] [disembowel]
7
etw. aufbrechen [erlegtes Wild ausweiden]
[e.g. of cattle or horses; to go wild due to attacks of gadflies]biesen [selten] [z. B. von Rindern oder Pferden; sich von Biesfliegen/Viehbremsen geplagt wild gebärden]
hunting to gin [game]in einer Schlinge fangen [Wild]
hunting to scat [defecate] [wild animals](sich) lösen [koten] [Wildtiere]
Nouns
zool. wildlife {sg} [wild animals collectively]
242
Wildtiere {pl} [insgesamt betrachtet]
gastr. [curd cheese with wild garlic]
59
Bärlauchtopfen {m} [österr.]
bot. T
17
ecol. zool. reintroduction [of animals into the wild]
14
Auswilderung {f}
hunting zool. skin [badger, wild boar, etc.]
10
Schwarte {f} [abgezogenes Fell, z. B. vom Dachs, Schwarzwild]
myth. almas [wild man]Almas {m} [Wildmensch]
biol. hunting zool. anusWaidloch {n} [After von Wild und Jagdhunden]
biol. hunting zool. anusWeidloch {n} [After von Wild und Jagdhunden]
bot. T
equest. mustanger [Am.] [person who trains or rounds up wild horses]Mustangfänger {m}
rantipole [archaic] [wild, boisterous child]Wildfang {m} [wildes, lebhaftes Kind]
gastr. hunting saddleZiemer {m} [Rückenstück vom Wild, Wildrücken]
tracker [here: person searching for game tracks, signs, and trails after a fresh snowfall]Kreiser {m} [jd., der bei Neuschnee Wild ausmacht]
hunting tusk [in the female wild boar]Haken {m} [fachspr.] [Eckzahn einer Bache (Ober- und Unterkiefer)]
hunting tusk [in the lower jaw of a male wild boar]Gewehr {n} [fachspr.] [Hauer; Eckzahn im Unterkiefer eines Keilers]
hunting tusk [in the upper jaw of a male wild boar]Haderer {m} [fachspr.] [Eckzahn im Oberkiefer eines Keilers]
hunting tusk [in the upper jaw of a male wild boar]Hadrer {m} [fachspr.] [Haderer]
hunting zool. tusks {pl} [upper and lower canine teeth that protrude from the mouth of adult male wild boar]Gewaff {n} [Gruppe der aus dem Kiefer seitlich der Schnauze hervortretenden Eckzähne des Keilers]
zool. T
Yak {m} {n} [wild]
2 Words: Others
agr. hunting zool. in heat {adj} [female wild boar, sow]rauschig [Bache, Schwein]
scared up {adj} {past-p}aufgescheucht [Wild]
2 Words: Verbs
hunting to field dress sth. [remove the entrails]etw. aufbrechen [erlegtes Wild ausweiden]
to kill game [done by straying dogs and cats, primarily]wildern [von z. B. Hunden, Katzen, die herumstreunen und dabei Wild, wild lebende Tiere töten]
dance to rock out [coll.]abrocken [ugs.] [wild tanzen]
to rock out [coll.]abzappeln [ugs.] [wild tanzen]
to scare upaufscheuchen [Wild]
to take frightscheu werden [Wild]
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