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B H {n} [Ton]
B [grade] [Am.] [Aus.]gut [Schulnote]
b [letter] b {n} [Buchstabe]
B [letter] B {n} [Buchstabe]
b [musical note] h {n} [Ton]
B as in Baker [Am.]B wie Berta
B cellB-Zelle {f}
B cellsB-Zellen {pl}
B (class) items [ABC analysis]B-Teile {pl} [ABC-Analyse]
B double flat <Bbb> Bes {n} [selten, richtig: Heses]
B double flat <Bbb> Heses {n}
B double sharp <Bx>Hisis {n}
B flat <B♭> B {n} [Ton]
B flat major B-Dur {n}
B flat minorb-Moll {n}
B for Benjamin [Br.] B wie Berta
B for Bravo [NATO phonetic alphabet] B wie Bravo [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]
B major <B> H-Dur {n} <H>
B meson B-Meson {n}
B minor <b, Bm> h-Moll {n} <h, Hm>
B sample [doping]B-Probe {f}
B sharp <B#> His {n}
B sharp majorHis-Dur {n}
B sharp minor his-Moll {n}
B string H-Saite {f}
B symptoms B-Symptome {pl}
B symptoms {pl} B-Symptomatik {f}
B team [generally second rate players chosen for unimportant matches]B-Elf {f}
B vitamins B-Vitamine {pl}
B vitamins {pl}Vitamin {n} B [Vitamingruppe]
b/c [short form of "because" in text messages]weil
ba donka donk [Am.] [sl.] Prachtarsch {m} [vulg.]
baa mäh
baa Geblök {n}
Baa Baa Black Sheep [Season 1] / Black Sheep Squadron [Season 2]Pazifikgeschwader 214
Baader-Meinhof GangBaader-Meinhof-Bande {f}
Baader-Meinhof GangBaader-Meinhof-Gruppe {f}
Baader-Meinhof GroupBaader-Meinhof-Bande {f}
Baader-Meinhof GroupBaader-Meinhof-Gruppe {f}
baag [Jam.]Tasche {f}
baag [Jam.]Tüte {f}
baaing blökend [wie ein Schaf]
baaingGeblök {n}
baaingGeblöke {n}
baa-lamb [child's name for a lamb or sheep] Bähschaf {n} [Kindersprache] [Schaf]
Baalberge culture [also: Baalberge Culture] Baalberger Kultur {f} [auch: Baalberge-Kultur]
Baalberge group [late Neolithic culture in central Germany] Baalberger Gruppe {f} [jungneolithische Kultur in Mitteldeutschland]
Baalshamin [Semitic deity] Baalschamin {m}
baana [Ind.] [weft] Schuss {m} [Schussfaden]
Baar [region] Baar {f} [Landschaft]
Baasha [king of Israel]Bascha {m}
Baath Party Baath-Partei {f} [auch: Ba'th-Partei]
Baathist [Ba'athist] Baathist {m}
baba au rhumBaba au rhum {m} [Rumkuchen]
baba pan [cake pan]Baba-Form {f} [Kuchenform]
Baba Yaga Baba Jaga {f}
Baba Yaga Baba Roga {f} [Baba Jaga, auch: Baba Zima und Ježibaba]
babaco [Vasconcellea × heilbornii, syn.: Carica pentagona, C. ×heilbornii var. pentagona]Berg-Papaya {f}
babaco [Vasconcellea × heilbornii, syn.: Carica pentagona, C. ×heilbornii var. pentagona] Babaco {f} [Berg-Papaya]
babakoto [Indri indri]Indri {m}
Babalu Aye Babalú Ayé {m}
babánekite [Cu3(AsO4)2·8H2O]Babánekit {m}
babassu (palm) [Attalea speciosa] Babassupalme {f}
babba [sl.] Kleines {n}
Babbitry [North Am.][Charaktereigenschaften von George Babbitt; z. B. Selbstgefälligkeit]
Babbitt [Am.] Spießbürger {m}
Babbitt [Am.] [dated] [after the main character of Sinclair Lewis' 1922 novel Babbitt.]Babbitt {m} [geschäftstüchtiger nordamerikanischer Spießbürger]
Babbitt [esp. Am.] [dated] [conservative, conformist businessman] (selbstzufriedener) Spießer {m} [Geschäftsmann]
Babbitt [female] [Am.] Spießbürgerin {f}
babbitt metal [alloy of lead, tin, zinc etc.]Lagermetall {n} [Legierung von Blei, Zinn usw.]
babbittingAusgießen {n} mit Lagermetall
babblative [archaic] geschwätzig
babble Störgeräusch {n}
babble Gemurmel {n}
babbleGeschwätz {n}
babbleMurmeln {n}
babble Gebabbel {n} [regional]
babble [of water] [also fig.] Geplätscher {n} [auch fig.]
babbled geschwafelt [ugs.]
babbled gestammelt
babbledgebrabbelt [ugs.]
babblemouth [coll.]Waschweib {n} [ugs.] [geschwätzige Person]
babblemouth [coll.] Klatschmaul {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [geschwätzige Person]
babblerSchwätzer {m} [pej.]
babblerPlaudertasche {f} [hum.]
babbler [Br.] [cockney rhyming slang: cook from "babbling brook"] [Cockney Rhyming Slang für: Koch]
babbler [female]Schwätzerin {f} [pej.]
babbling labernd [ugs.]
babbling schwafelnd [ugs.]
babbling stammelnd
babblingMurmeln {n}
babbling lallend
babbling plappernd
babbling [of babies]Geplapper {n} [ugs.] [von Babys]
babbling brook plätschernder Bach {m}
babbling idiot Quatschkopf {m} [ugs.]
babbling of a brook Rauschen {n} eines Baches
babbling starling [Neocichla gutturalis]Weißflügelstar {m}
Babcock forceps {pl} [one pair]Darmfasszange {f} nach Babcock [Babcock-Darmfasszange]
babe Kindlein {n}
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