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right {adv} <r.>
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rechts <r.>
[not used; if necessary, sign with p.p.] {adv}für die Richtigkeit gezeichnet [Name X] <f. d. R. gez.> [heute kaum noch gebräuchlich, da ohne Vollmacht]
D.A.R.Y.L. [Simon Wincer]D.A.R.Y.L. - Der Außergewöhnliche
generally {adv} [normally]in der Regel <i. d. R.>
normally {adv}in der Regel <i. d. R.>
ordinarily {adv}in der Regel <i. d. R.>
med. postmortem {adj} {adv} <p.m., PM> [after death]post mortem <p. m.> [geh.] [nach dem Tode]
jobs retired {adj} <ret. / retd.>im Ruhestand <i. R.> [nachgestellt]
retired {adj} <ret., retd.>in Ruhe <i. R.> [nachgestellt] [im Ruhestand]
usually {adv} <usu.>in der Regel <i. d. R.>
Verbs
ling. [to pronounce or mispronounce a rhotic consonant as a guttural consonant]das R schnarren [in Fremdsprachen, die kein Zäpfchen-R kennen]
ling. to burr [to speak with a trilled or rolled R]das R rollen
Nouns
med. MedTech. pacemaker <PM>
385
Herzschrittmacher {m} <HSM>
mil. R&R [rest and recuperation / recreation]
25
Heimaturlaub {m}
econ. tech. return <R>
19
Rücknahme {f} <R>
aviat. meteo. rain <r, RA>
13
Regen {m} [Regenwetter]
biochem. arginine <Arg, R>
11
Arginin {n} <Arg, R>
unit roentgen <R>
10
Röntgen {n} <R>
curr. real <BRL, R$> [Brazilian currency]
5
Real {m} <BRL, R$> [brasilianische Währung]
acad. relig. [Lutheran theologian before ordination]Candidatus (reverendi) Ministerii {m} <cand. (rev.) min., c.r.m.> [veraltend]
gastr. [yeast extract, yeast spread]Vitam-R® {n}
ling. burr [trilling of the letter R]Rollen {n} des R
audio tech. peakmeter <PM>Peakmeter {n}
unit petameter <Pm> [Am.]Petameter {m} {n} <Pm>
unit petametre <Pm> [Br.]Petameter {m} {n} <Pm>
jobs med. physiatrist <PM&R physician>Physiater {m} [Naturheilarzt]
med. physiatrist <PM&R physician>Facharzt {m} für Physikalische und Rehabilitative Medizin [deutsche Berufsbezeichnung]
unit picometer <pm> [Am.]Pikometer {m} {n} <pm>
unit picometre <pm> [Br.]Pikometer {m} {n} <pm>
med. polymyositis <PM>Polymyositis {f} <PM>
chem. promethium <Pm>Promethium {n} <Pm>
ling. print r [letter]r {n} [Buchstabe]
ling. R [letter]R {n} [Buchstabe]
relig. Redemptorists <C.Ss.R, CSSR>Redemptoristen {pl} <C.Ss.R, CSSR>
ling. rhotacism [speech disorder]R-Fehler {m}
mus. rhythm'n'blues <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>Rhythm'n'Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
mus. rhythm'n'blues <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>Rhythm and Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
relig. Theatines <C.R.>Chietiner {pl} [Theatiner]
relig. Theatines <C.R.>Theatiner {pl}
2 Words: Others
med. pharm. as needed {adv} <p.r.n., PRN> [pro re nata]bei Bedarf
econ. law company's risk <C.R.>auf Gefahr der Gesellschaft
law de jure {adv}von Rechts wegen <v. R. w.>
no risk <N/R, n.r.>ohne Risiko
post meridiem {adv} <p.m., pm, PM>nachmittags <n., nm., nachm.>
R-rated {adj} [Am.]freigegeben ab 17 Jahren
rated R {adj} [Am.]freigegeben ab 17 Jahren
relig. Roman Catholic {adj} <RC>römisch-katholisch <rk., r.-k.>
u r [sl.] [you are]du bist
2 Words: Verbs
telecom. to call collect [Am.]ein R-Gespräch führen
telecom. to reverse chargesein R-Gespräch führen
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