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English-German translation for: beschlagene Scheiben
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Dictionary English German: beschlagene Scheiben

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EnglishGerman
fogged-up windowsbeschlagene Scheiben {pl}
misted-up windowsbeschlagene Scheiben {pl}
steamed-up windowsbeschlagene Scheiben {pl}
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foggy glasses {pl} [one pair]beschlagene Brille {f}
discsScheiben {pl}
panesScheiben {pl}
pucksScheiben {pl}
sheavesScheiben {pl}
slabsScheiben {pl}
slicesScheiben {pl}
automot. tinted windowsabgedunkelte Scheiben {pl}
chip-slicesChip-Scheiben {pl}
automot. tinted windowsgetönte Scheiben {pl}
automot. tinted windowsverdunkelte Scheiben {pl}
mycol. T
mycol. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
mus. records [vinyl]Scheiben {pl} [ugs.] [Schallplatten]
sports targets [shooting]Scheiben {pl} [ugs.] [Zielscheiben]
gastr. slivered {adj}in Scheiben [nachgestellt]
paneless {adj}ohne Scheiben [Fenster]
gastr. sliced {adj} {past-p}in Scheiben geschnitten
slicing {adj}in Scheiben schneidend
to shave off thin slicesdünne Scheiben abschaben
to cut up into slicesin Scheiben aufschneiden
to cut into slicesin Scheiben schneiden
to slice upin Scheiben schneiden
FoodInd. gastr. sliced pineappleAnanas {f} in Scheiben
gastr. finely sliced {adj} {past-p}in dünne Scheiben geschnitten
gastr. sliced breadin Scheiben geschnittenes Brot {n}
constr. four-paned windowSprossenfenster {n} mit vier Scheiben
mycol. T
mycol. T
to slice sth.etw.Akk. in Scheiben schneiden
to move sth. [roll, shove, wheel]etw.Akk. scheiben [österr.] [bayer.] [schieben]
to slice meat against the grainFleisch gegen die Faserrichtung (in Scheiben) schneiden
quote Sandwich every bit of criticism between two layers of praise. [Mary Kay Ash]Pack auch die leiseste Kritik zwischen zwei Scheiben Lob!
 
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