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English-German translation for: gum
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NOUN   a gum | gums
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VERB  to gum | gummed | gummed ... 
dent. gum {adj} [attr.] [e.g. bleeding, disease, recession, massage]
99
Zahnfleisch- [z. B. Bluten, Krankheit, Rückgang, Massage]
Verbs
tech. to gum [oil, lubricant]
5
verharzen [Öl, Schmiermittel]
Nouns
gum
288
Kleber {m}
anat. gum
250
Zahnfleisch {n}
FoodInd. gum [coll.] [chewing gum]
114
Kaugummi {m} {n}
bot. gum
89
Gummi {m} {n}
gum
63
Harz {n}
anat. gum
17
Gingiva {f}
drugs gum [sl.]
10
Opium {n}
gumMilchsaft {m} [vom Gummibaum]
2 Words: Others
By gum!Verflucht!
By gum! [sl.] [dated] [idiom]Teufel noch mal! [Redewendung]
gum-smacking {adj}Kaugummi kauend
without gum {adj} [postpos.]ungummiert
2 Words: Verbs
to chew gumKaugummi kauen
to gum sth. up [fig.]etw. verkleben [fig.]
2 Words: Nouns
biol. chem. acacia gumAkaziengummi {m} {n} [Gummiarabikum]
bee gum [Am.]Bienennest {n} in hohlem Baumstamm
gastr. bubble gumBubblegum {m}
gastr. bubble gumKaugummi {m} {n}
FoodInd. carob gum [E-410]Johannisbrotkernmehl {n}
gastr. chewing gumChätschgummi {m} [schweiz.] [ugs.] [Kaugummi]
gastr. chewing gumKaugummi {m} {n}
chem. dammar (gum)Dammar {n}
bot. droplet gum [mastic]Mastix {m}
philat. dull gumTrockengummierung {f}
philat. economy gumSpargummi {m}
philat. economy gumSpargummierung {f}
elastic gumFederharz {n}
gastr. fruit gumFruchtgummi {m} {n}
FoodInd. gellan gum [E-418]Gellangummi {m} {n}
guar gumGuaran {n}
FoodInd. guar gum [E-412]Guargummi {m} {n}
FoodInd. guar gum [E-412]Guarkernmehl {n}
bot. gum ammoniacAmmoniakharz {n}
bot. FoodInd. gum arabic [E-414]Gummiarabikum {n}
bot. FoodInd. gum arabic [E-414]Gummi arabicum {n}
gum band [Am.] [regional]Gummiband {n}
dent. gum bleedingZahnfleischbluten {n}
dent. gum boilFistel {f} [Eiterfistel]
dent. gum boildicke Backe {f}
cloth. gum bootsAgrarpumps {pl} [ugs. hum.: Gummistiefel]
cloth. gum bootsGummistiefel {pl}
gastr. gum bubbleKaugummiblase {f}
dent. gum cancerZahnfleischkrebs {m}
dent. gum diseaseZahnfleischerkrankung {f}
gum elasticKautschuk {m}
sports gum guardMundschutz {m}
dent. gum infectionZahnfleischentzündung {f}
dent. gum inflammation [gingivitis]Zahnfleischentzündung {f}
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A 2018-09-29: fruit gum, wine gums, gummibears
Q 2015-05-10: to throw gum wrapper on the floor
A 2014-02-28: Formal - in which a piece of chewing gum had probably once been wrapped.
A 2012-05-21: Chewing gum
A 2010-01-21: Bitte in dict.cc eingeben: mit dem Kaugummi knallen > pop / snap one's che...
Q 2010-01-21: to snap ones gum
A 2009-12-08: Doesn't he just say "gum disease"?
A 2009-03-23: ja, sowas hab ich auch gefunden: http://209.85.129.132/search?q=cache:hPwf...
A 2009-03-23: http://images.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&q=chewing+gum+tidyman&btnG=Search+...
A 2008-09-08: Gum Arabic is chiefly available in ... / Handelsform > availability, p...
A 2008-09-07: main forms in which gum arabic is commercially traded
A 2008-07-03: Gummi Arabicum = gum arabic
A 2008-05-01: You are happy with gum disease? I doubt it. ;)
A 2008-05-01: Thanks! I am very happy with gum disease! :))
A 2008-05-01: Agree with gum disease—same in the US.
A 2008-05-01: gum disease
A 2008-05-01: I think we call it gum disease (in the UK)
A 2007-02-23: By gum, the last sentence is tricky
A 2007-01-07: to gum up = to ruin/bungle
Q 2007-01-07: to gum up

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