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NOUN   a particle | particles
SYNO   particle | subatomic particle | atom ... 
phys. particle
Teilchen {n}
phys. spec. particle
Partikel {n} {m} [auch {f}]
ling. particle
Partikel {f}
Stückchen {n}
Teil {m} {n}
particleStoffteilchen {n}
phys. particle [corpuscule]Korpuskel {f} [fachspr. auch {n}]
2 Words: Others
chem. fine-particle {adj}feinteilig
2 Words: Nouns
phys. (particle) fluxTeilchenfluss {m}
aerosol particleAerosolpartikel {n} {f}
acad. chem. meteo. aerosol particleAerosolteilchen {n}
phys. air particleLuftpartikel {n}
air particleLuftteilchen {n}
airborne particleSchwebstoffpartikel {f} {n}
phys. alpha particle particle>Alphateilchen {n} <α-Teilchen>
phys. alpha particle particle>Alpha-Teilchen {n} <α-Teilchen>
ash particleAschepartikel {n} {f}
phys. atomic particleAtomteilchen {n}
phys. beta particle particle>Betateilchen {n} <β-Teilchen>
phys. beta particle particle>Beta-Teilchen {n} <β-Teilchen>
phys. bombarded particleTargetteilchen {n}
phys. bombarded particleZielteilchen {n}
phys. bombarding particleBeschussteilchen {n}
phys. bombarding particleeinfallendes Teilchen {n}
phys. cascade particleKaskadenteilchen {n}
phys. charged particlegeladenes Teilchen {n}
biol. core particleKernpartikel {n} {f}
corrosion particleRostpartikel {m} {f} {n}
med. Dane particleDane-Partikel {n} {f}
phys. Dirac particleDirac-Teilchen {n}
dirt particleSchmutzpartikel {n}
ling. discourse particleDiskurspartikel {f}
dust particleStaubkorn {n}
dust particleStaubpartikel {n} [auch {f}]
dust particleStaubteilchen {n}
phys. elementary particleElementarteilchen {n}
fine particleFeinpartikel {n} {f}
finest particleFeinstschwebeteilchen {n}
phys. fluid particleFluidteilchen {n}
ling. focus particleFokuspartikel {f}
biol. FoodInd. food particleNahrungsteilchen {n}
phys. free particlefreies Teilchen {n}
phys. fundamental particleElementarteilchen {n}
phys. gas particleGaspartikel {n} [auch {f}]
phys. gas particleGasteilchen {n}
astron. phys. ghost particleGeisterteilchen {n}
phys. God particle [Higgs boson]Gottesteilchen {n} [Higgs-Teilchen]
phys. Higgs particleHiggs-Teilchen {n}
ling. interrogative particleFragewort {n}
biol. kappa particleKappa-Partikel {n} [selten auch: Kappapartikel]
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