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English-German translation for: Welsh springer spaniel
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zool. T
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zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
Spaniel {m}
zool. T
Spaniel {pl}
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
jobs floaterSpringer {m}
sports jumperSpringer {m}
mus. jackSpringer {m} [Cembalo]
jobs spare manSpringer {m}
jobs stand-inSpringer {m}
sports diverSpringer {m} [Turmspringer etc.]
games knight [chess]Springer {m} [Schach]
jobs springer [obs.] [watchmaker]Uhrmacher {m}
sports vaulterSpringer {m} [bes. Stabhochspringer]
jobs stand-by manSpringer {m}
mus. dogleg jackabgestufter Springer {m} [Cembalo]
archi. springerAnfänger {m} [unterster Wölbstein eines Gewölbebogens]
med. circulatorSpringer {m} [z. B. ein operationstechnischer Assistent]
sports skipper [e.g. rope skipper]Springer {m} [Seilspringer etc.]
gastr. jobs floater cook [coll.]Springer {m} [ugs. für: Chef Tournant]
gastr. jobs swing cook [coll.]Springer {m} [ugs. für: Chef Tournant]
lit. F The Leap-Frog [Hans Christian Andersen]Der Springer
Welsh {adj}walisisch
ling. WelshWalisisch {n}
zool. T
equest. zool. T
zool. T
fish T
ling. Welsh-speaking {adj}walisischsprachig
gastr. Welsh rabbitKäsetoast {m}
gastr. Welsh rarebitKäsetoast {m}
zool. T
zool. T
(young) greenhorn [Am.] [coll.]junger Springer {m} [ugs.] [junger, unerfahrener Mensch]
ling. Anglo-Welshwalisisches Englisch {n}
Welsh Americanwalisischstämmiger Amerikaner {m}
gastr. Welsh cuisinewalisische Küche {f}
ling. Welsh Englishwalisisches Englisch {n}
mus. Welsh harpwalisische Harfe {f}
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