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abusive wordScheltwort {n} [geh.]
abusive wordSchimpfwort {n}
abusive words beleidigende Worte {pl}
abusive words Schimpfwörter {pl}
abusively beleidigend
abusively missbräuchlich
abusively misshandelnd
abusiveness Missbrauch {m}
abutilon [Abutilon grandifolium]Großblättrige Schönmalve {f}
abutilon [genus Abutilon]Schönmalve {f}
abutilon [genus Abutilon] Abutilon {n} [Schönmalve]
abutilon hemp [Abutilon theophrasti, syn.: A. avicennae, Sida abutilon] (Chinesische) Samtpappel {f}
abutilon hemp [Abutilon theophrasti, syn.: A. avicennae, Sida abutilon]Lindenblättrige Schönmalve {f}
abutmentBalkenkopf {m}
abutment Strebepfeiler {m}
abutment Stützpfeiler {m}
abutmentWiderlager {n}
abutment Pfeiler {m}
abutment Anker {m}
abutment Abutment {n}
abutmentAnliegen {n} [sich direkt nebeneinander befinden]
abutment backfill(ing)Widerlagerhinterfüllung {f}
abutment contour Abutmentkontur {f}
abutment hinge Auflagergelenk {n}
abutment line Abutmentlinie {f}
abutment pierWehrpfeiler {m}
abutment pressure Kämpferdruck {m}
abutment screw Aufbauschraube {f}
abutment screw Abutmentschraube {f}
abutment systemStrebewerk {n}
abutment teeth Pfeilerzähne {pl}
abutment toe wallluftseitige Fußbefestigung {f} [eines Damms]
abutment tooth Pfeilerzahn {m}
abuttalStrebepfeiler {m}
abutted seam [flat seam] Flachnaht {f}
abutter Anlieger {m}
abutterAngrenzer {m}
abutter Anstösser {m} [schweiz.] [Grundstücksnachbar, Anlieger]
abutter [esp. Am.] Grenznachbar {m} [Eigner des Nachbargrundstücks]
abutting angrenzend
abutting grenzend
abutting anliegend
abuttingAuflegen {n} [zur Auflage bringen]
abutting nebeneinanderliegend
abutting blockEndmaß {n}
abutting face Stirnfläche {f}
abutting ownerAnrainer {m}
abuzz summend
abuzz with erfüllt von [Aufregung etc.]
Abwehr [coll.] [1920-1944, shortname for intelligence, counter intelligence and sabotage offices of the German Reichswehr and Wehrmacht]Abwehr {f} [ugs.] [1920-1944, Kurzbezeichnung für die Dienststellen der Reichswehr und der Wehrmacht die mit Spionageabwehr, Spionage und Sabotage befasst waren]
Abydos pilgrimageAbydosfahrt {f}
abysm Abgrund {m}
abysmSchlund {m}
abysmal abgründig
abysmal [coll.] [extremely bad] unterirdisch [ugs.] [extrem schlecht]
abysmal [appalling, dreadful] entsetzlich
abysmal [extremely bad] miserabel
abysmal [extremely bad]hundsmiserabel [ugs.] [pej.]
abysmal [extremely bad]grottenschlecht [salopp] [äußerst schlecht]
abysmal [extremely bad] katastrophal [fürchterlich, miserabel]
abysmal [literary] [very deep, bottomless] bodenlos [unermesslich tief]
abysmal [literary] [very deep, bottomless] unergründlich [veraltend] [unermesslich tief, bodenlos]
abysmal [literary] [very deep]abgrundtief [nicht fig.] [unermesslich tief]
abysmal [obs.] abyssisch
abysmal [obs.] abyssal
abysmal stupidity grenzenlose Dummheit {f}
abysmally abgrundtief
abysmally grenzenlos
abysmally bodenlos
abysmally entsetzlich
abysmally miserabel
abysmally poor [coll.] [far below an acceptable standard]grottig [ugs.]
abysmsAbgründe {pl}
abyss Abgrund {m}
abyssHölle {f}
abyss Kluft {f}
abyss Abyssus {m} [veraltet] [Tiefe der Erde, Abgrund]
abyss [void, chaos] [esp. Jakob Böhme]Ungrund {m} [bes. Jakob Böhme]
abyss of despair Abgrund {m} der Verzweiflung
abyss of ignorance tiefste Ignoranz {f}
abyss of one's / the soul Seelenabgrund {m}
abyssal abgrundtief
abyssal tief
abyssal abyssal
abyssal deposit Tiefseesediment {n}
abyssal depositTiefseeablagerung {f}
abyssal environmentTiefseeumgebung {f}
abyssal environmentTiefseemilieu {n}
abyssal environment [deep-sea environment]Tiefseeumwelt {f}
abyssal floor Tiefseeboden {m}
abyssal gap Tiefseerinne {f}
abyssal gigantismTiefseegigantismus {m}
abyssal gigantism abyssaler Gigantismus {m}
abyssal hill Tiefseehügel {m}
abyssal magmaTiefenmagma {n}
abyssal plain Tiefseeebene {f}
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