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English-German translation for: butyltin [also butyl tin]
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SEE ALSO  butyltin
chem. butyltin [also: butyl tin]Butylzinn {n}
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material tech. tinplate production [also: tin plate production]Weißblechproduktion {f} [auch: Weißblech-Produktion]
tinfoil hat theory [coll.] [also: tinfoilhat theory, tin foil hat theory]Verschwörungstheorie {f}
pharm. phenylbutazone [C19H20N2O2] [4-butyl-1,2-diphenyl-pyrazolidine-3,5-dione]Phenylbutazon {n} [4-Butyl-1,2-diphenylpyrazolidin-3,5-dion]
mineral. osbornite [TiN]Osbornit {m}
material tinny {adj} [containing tin]zinnern
mil. canteen [mess tin]Kochgeschirr {n}
chem. titanium nitride [TiN]Titannitrid {n}
gastr. bakeware {sg} [tin, mould]Backformen {pl} [und Bleche und weiteres Zubehör]
mining stannary [tin-mining region]Zinnabbaugebiet {n}
gastr. to grease sth. [cake tin etc.]etw.Akk. buttern [z. B. Kuchenform]
to tin sth. [coat with tin]etw. überzinnen [verzinnen]
box [snuffbox, biscuit tin, etc.]Dose {f}
mineral. herzenbergite [tin(II) sulfide] [SnS]Herzenbergit [Zinn(II)-sulfid] {m}
cookie box [Am.] [cookie tin]Keksdose {f}
roasting {adj} [e.g. tin, bag, pan]Brat- [z. B. Blech, Schlauch, Pfanne]
to pack [fish, meat in tin, etc]abpacken
flat fifties [Am.] [coll.] [cigarette tin][typisches Zigarettenetui der 1920er bis 1930er in den USA]
comm. pol. tin agreement [concerning the commodity 'tin']Zinn-Übereinkommen {n}
comm. pol. tin agreement [concerning the commodity 'tin']Zinnabkommen {n}
constr. galvanize {sg} [Ind.] [Phil.] [sl.] [galvanized tin sheeting]galvanisierte Bleche {pl} [häufiges Baumaterial in Süd- und Südostasien]
tech. babbitt metal [alloy of lead, tin, zinc etc.]Lagermetall {n} [Legierung von Blei, Zinn usw.]
material britannium [approx. 93% tin, 5% antimony, and 2% copper]Britannium {n} [Hartzinnlegierung]
happy-clappy [Br.] [coll.] [also pej.] [also: happy clapper][enthusiastisch fröhlicher, evangelikaler Christ]
mil. naut. beach head [also: beach-head] [spv.] [also fig.]Brückenkopf {m} [auch fig.]
kid's stuff [coll.] [also fig.] [also pej.]Spielkram {m} [ugs.] [veraltend] [Spielzeug] [auch pej.: Kinderkram]
tin foil hat [also: tinfoil hat] [also fig.]Aluhut {m} [auch: Aluminiumhut, Stanniolhut] [auch fig.]
lit. F Chess [also: Chess Story; also: The Royal Game]Schachnovelle [Stefan Zweig]
film F Puppet Master [also: The Puppet Master, also: Puppetmaster] [David Schmoeller]Puppet Master
cheeseheads [coll.] [also pej.] [also hum.] [referring to persons of Wisconsin, Holland]Käseköpfe {pl} [ugs.] [auch pej.] [auch hum.] [Leute aus Wisconsin, Holländer]
to give sth. a spit shine [Am.] [also fig.] [also: ... spit-shine]etw. (mit Spucke) auf Hochglanz polieren [auch fig.]
well-oiled {adj} [also fig.] [also: well oiled]wohlgeölt [auch fig.]
chimney sweeping [also: chimney-sweeping] [also fig.]Kaminfegen {n} [auch fig.]
tool box [also fig.] [also: tool-box]Instrumentenkasten {m} [auch fig.]
entom. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
mil. sports dug-out [also: dugout] [sports team shelter, e.g. in baseball, also military]Unterstand {m} [z. B. für Sportmannschaft, auch militärisch]
handwringing [also fig.] [also hand-wringing]Händeringen {n} [auch fig.]
geogr. hist. Neumark [historical region in present-day northwest Poland] [also: New March] [also: East Brandenburg]Neumark {f} [historische Landschaft im Nordwestpolen]
bot. T
bot. T
You don't shoot an ambulance. [also fig.] [French proverb] [also: Don't shoot the ambulance.]Man schießt nicht auf einen Krankenwagen. [auch fig.] [vgl. Auf ein Lazarett schießt man nicht.]
gastr. cancoillotte [also: cancoyotte] [also capitalized]Cancoillotte {m} [französischer Kochkäse]
archi. relig. harem [also fig.] [also hum.]Harem {m} [auch fig.] [auch hum.]
to squeeze sth. out [also: squeeze out sth.] [juice, etc., also fig.: money, etc.]etw. herausquetschen [ugs.] [Saft etc., auch fig.: Geld etc.]
to bind sth. [a book etc.] [also a wound] [also feet]etw. einbinden
hist. jougs {pl} [also: juggs, joggs] [treated as sg.] [also: joug {sg}]Halseisen {n}
cloth. pant liner [also: pantliner] [also for men and the woman's version may be for slimming, not hygiene]Slipeinlage {f}
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