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NOUN   a phenomenon | phenomena/[remarkable persons] phenomenons
Phänomen {n}
Erscheinung {f} [Naturerscheinung, Vorkommen]
2 Words: Nouns
med. abstinence phenomenonEntzugssymptom {n} [Abstinenzerscheinung]
archetypal phenomenonUrphänomen {n}
atmospheric phenomenonLufterscheinung {f}
meteo. atmospheric phenomenonatmosphärische Erscheinung {f}
attendant phenomenonBegleitphänomen {n}
philos. basic phenomenonGrundphänomen {n}
biol. psych. behavioral phenomenon [Am.]Verhaltensphänomen {n}
astron. celestial phenomenonHimmelserscheinung {f}
astron. celestial phenomenonHimmelsphänomen {n}
audio psych. clang phenomenonKlangphänomenon {n}
meteo. climate phenomenonKlimaphänomen {n}
meteo. climatic phenomenonKlimaphänomen {n}
med. cobblestone phenomenonPflastersteinphänomen {n} [Pflastersteinrelief]
med. cogwheel phenomenonZahnradphänomen {n}
MedTech. tech. compression phenomenonKompressionsphänomen {n}
concomitant phenomenonBegleiterscheinung {f}
med. MedTech. confetti phenomenonKonfetti-Phänomen {n}
electr. ling. tech. contact phenomenonKontaktphänomen {n}
corrosion phenomenonKorrosionsauftreten {n}
corrosion phenomenonAuftreten {n} von Korrosion
med. Cushing's phenomenon [also: Cushing phenomenon] [Cushing reflex]Cushing-Phänomen {n}
damage phenomenonSchadensphänomen {n}
zool. Dehnel's phenomenonDehnel-Phänomen {n}
phys. diffraction phenomenonBeugungserscheinung {f}
med. dip phenomenonDip-Phänomen {n}
phys. electrical phenomenonelektrisches Phänomen {n}
phys. electronic phenomenonelektronisches Phänomen {n}
exceptional phenomenonAusnahmeerscheinung {f}
med. ferning (phenomenon)Farnkrautphänomen {n}
tech. flow phenomenonStrömungsphänomen {n}
philos. fundamental phenomenonGrundphänomen {n}
med. Gallavardin phenomenonGallavardin-Phänomen {n}
math. Gibbs phenomenonGibbs'sches Phänomen {n}
math. Gibbs phenomenonGibbssches Phänomen {n} [alt]
psych. groupthink phenomenonGroupthink-Phänomen {n}
med. phys. halo phenomenonHalophänomen {n}
med. Hill's phenomenon [also: Hill phenomenon]Hill-Phänomen {n} [Hill-Zeichen]
med. Hill's phenomenon [also: Hill phenomenon]Hill'sches Phänomen {n} [Hill-Zeichen]
human phenomenonMenschheitsphänomen {n}
human phenomenonmenschliches Phänomen {n}
electr. tech. hysteresis phenomenonHystereseerscheinung {f}
med. psych. impostor phenomenonImpostor-Phänomen {n}
med. psych. impostor phenomenonImpostor-Syndrom {n}
infant phenomenonWunderkind {n}
phys. instability phenomenonInstabilitätsphänomen {n}
med. phys. interference phenomenonInterferenzphänomen {n}
Internet internet phenomenonInternetphänomen {n}
med. Kennedy's phenomenon [Gowers-Paton-Kennedy syndrome]Kennedy-Syndrom {n}
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A 2010-06-03: The phenomenon is called 'over-generalisation', I believe.
A 2010-01-17: Exception: The Donald (referring to a certain Mr Trump, an NYC phenomenon)

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