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English-German translation for: lice
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Dictionary English German: lice

Translation 1 - 52 of 52

English German
NOUN   a louse | lice
entom. T
Läuse {pl}
entom. T
2 Words: Others
lice-infested {adj}verlaust
lice-ridden {adj}verlaust
2 Words: Nouns
med. beaver lice {pl} [Can., esp. Ontario] [coll.] [cercarial dermatitis]Badedermatitis {f}
beggar's liceKletten {pl}
crab liceSackratten {pl} [vulg.]
med. duck lice {pl} [Can., esp. Ontario] [coll.] [cercarial dermatitis]Badedermatitis {f}
VetMed. fish lice {pl} [infestation]Fischlausbefall {m}
lice combLäusekamm {m}
pharm. lice shampooLäuse-Shampoo {n}
med. lice testLäusetest {m}
3 Words: Others
clean of lice {adj}frei von Läusen
full of lice {adj} [postpos.]verlaust
3 Words: Verbs
to remove lice from sb./sth.jdn./etw. entlausen
3 Words: Nouns
bibl. gnats / lice / fleas [3. Biblical Plague]Stechmücken {pl} [3. Landplage]
med. head lice infestationKopfläusebefall {m}
med. head lice infestation [Pediculosis capitis]Kopflausbefall {m}
4 Words: Verbs
to become infested with liceverlausen
4 Words: Nouns
med. infestation with head liceKopfläusebefall {m}
5+ Words: Verbs
to pick lice eggs / nits from sb.'s hairjdn. entlausen
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
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A 2014-12-12: Lousy = having lice, strictly speaking.
A 2011-08-08: A nit comb removes nits/lice eggs (,which are) attached to the hair.
A 2007-05-13: Haarlinge aren't head lice - Kopfläuse are head lice
A 2007-05-13: die Haarlinge heißen auf englisch biting lice (pl)
A 2006-10-05:

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