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arms manufacturerRüstungsfirma {f}
arms manufacturer Waffenhersteller {m}
arms manufacturer Rüstungshersteller {m}
arms manufacturing register Waffenherstellungsbuch {n}
arms muscle training Armmuskeltraining {n}
arms museum Waffenmuseum {n}
arms of offenceAngriffswaffen {pl}
arms of the angle Schenkel {pl} des Winkels
arms policy Waffenpolitik {f}
arms policy Rüstungspolitik {f}
arms production Waffenproduktion {f}
arms productionWaffenherstellung {f}
arms productionRüstungsproduktion {f}
arms products Rüstungserzeugnisse {pl}
arms programme [Br.] Rüstungsprogramm {n}
arms purchasesWaffenkäufe {pl}
arms race Rüstungswettbewerb {m}
arms race Rüstungswettstreit {m}
arms raceWettrüsten {n}
arms raceRüstungswettlauf {m}
arms race Rüstungsspirale {f}
arm's reach Griffweite {f}
arms reduction treatyAbrüstungsvertrag {m}
arms sales Waffenverkäufe {pl}
arms shipment Waffenlieferung {f}
arms shop Waffengeschäft {n} [Waffenladen]
arms smugglerWaffenschmuggler {m}
arms smugglerWaffenschieber {m}
arms smuggling Waffenschmuggel {m}
arms smugglingWaffenschieberei {f}
arms trade Waffenhandel {m}
arms trafficking Waffenschmuggel {m}
arms trafficking [illicit] Waffenhandel {m} [illegal]
arms trafficking ring Waffenhandelsring {m}
arms trafficking ring Waffenschieberring {m}
arms works Waffenfabrik {f}
armscye Armausschnitt {m}
arms-exporting country Waffenexporteur {m} [Land]
arms-exporting country Waffenexportland {n}
armseye [spv.] [armscye] Armloch {n} [Armausschnitt]
arm's-length relationshipBeziehung {f} auf Distanz
armstroke [swimming] Armzug {m}
armstrongite [CaZr(Si6O15)· 3 H2O] Armstrongit {m}
arm-twisting [coll.]Überredungskunst {f}
arm-waving Gefuchtel {n} [ugs.] [stärker]
army Landstreitkräfte {pl}
ArmyMilitär {n}
army Barras {m} [ugs.] [Militär]
armyStreitmacht {f}
armyKommiss {m} [ugs.]
Army & Air Force Exchange Service <AAFES>[Handelskette, die Ladengeschäfte zur Versorgung des Personals der US Army und US Air Force betreibt]
army [also fig.: of photographers, of ants, etc.] Heer {n} [auch fig.: von Fotografen, von Ameisen etc.]
army [also fig.: of the unemployed, of ants, etc.]Armee {f} [auch fig.: von Arbeitslosen, von Ameisen etc.]
army [attr.]Armee-
army [attr.] [e.g. group, reform, aviator]Heeres- [z. B. Gruppe, Reform, Flieger]
army [usually: the army] [the military ground forces of a nation]Landstreitmacht {f} [veraltend] [Landstreitkräfte]
Army Achievement Medal [Am.] <AAM> [US-Army-Medaille für hervorragende Leistungen]
army affairs {pl} Heerwesen {n}
army affairs {pl} Heereswesen {n}
army air defence forces {pl} [Br.] [NPA of the former GDR]Truppenluftabwehr {f} <TLA> [NVA]
army air field <AAF>Militärflugfeld {n}
army aircraftArmeeflugzeug {n}
Army and Airforce Post Office <APO> [Am.] Feldpost {f} [Organisation]
army ant Wanderameise {f}
army ant [genus Dorylus] Treiberameise {f}
Army Aviation Heeresfliegertruppe {f}
army aviation squadronHeeresfliegerstaffel {f}
army aviatorHeeresflieger {m}
army balloon observer badge [WW II German Armed Forces]Ballonbeobachterabzeichen {n} [dt. Wehrmacht]
army band [German Armed Forces]Heeresmusikkorps {n} <HMK> [Bundeswehr]
army bootsKampfstiefel {pl}
army bootsKommissstiefel {pl}
army bootsKommißstiefel {pl} [alt]
army brat [coll.] Kind {n} aus einer Soldatenfamilie
army brat [coll.] Soldatenkind {n}
army bread Kommissbrot {n} [veraltend oder regional]
army breadKommißbrot {n} [alt] [veraltend oder regional]
army buildingArmeegebäude {n}
army camp Heereslager {n}
army camp Heerlager {n}
army chaplainKriegsgeistlicher {m}
army chaplainFeldgeistlicher {m} [veraltend]
army chaplain Feldkurat {m} [österr.] [veraltet]
army chaplain Feldprediger {m} [altertümlich]
army chief Armeechef {m}
army clothesArmeeklamotten {pl} [ugs.]
army coat Armeemantel {m}
army college Kriegsschule {f}
army combat uniform [Am.] <ACU> US-Army Kampfanzug {m}
army command Heeresführung {f}
army command Armeeführung {f}
army commander Heeresführer {m}
Army Commendation Medal [Am.] <ARCOM>[US-Army-Verdienstmedaille]
army contractorHeereslieferant {m}
army contractorArmeelieferant {m}
army corpsArmeekorps {n} <AK>
army cutlery (set)Feldbesteck {n}
army days {pl} Militärzeit {f}
army days {pl} [time served in the military]Armeezeit {f}
army depot Heeresgerätepark {m}
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