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bit on the side [coll.] Seitensprung {m}
bit parallel bitparallel
bit parity Bitparitätsüberprüfung {f}
bit part kleine Nebenrolle {f}
bit pattern Bitmuster {n}
bit playerKleindarsteller {m}
bit player [female]Kleindarstellerin {f}
bit positionBitstelle {f}
bit processorBitprozessor {m}
bit rate Bitfrequenz {f}
bit rate Bitgeschwindigkeit {f}
bit rate Bitübertragungsgeschwindigkeit {f}
bit rateBitrate {f}
bit rate Übertragungsgeschwindigkeit {f} [ugs.] [Datenübertragungsrate]
bit rateVerbindungsgeschwindigkeit {f} [ugs.] [Datenübertragungsrate]
bit rate [also bitrate]Datenübertragungsrate {f} [Datenrate, Datentransferrate]
bit rolekleine Nebenrolle {f}
bit rotBit-Verfall {m}
bit rot Datenverfall {m} [Bit-Verfall]
bit rot Bit-Verwesung {f}
bit screwdriverBitschraubendreher {m} [fachspr.]
bit set [e.g. for screwdrivers]Bitsatz {m} [auch: Bit-Satz] [z. B. für Schraubenzieher]
bit shift Bit-Verschiebung {f}
bit shifting Bitverschiebung {f}
bit sign Bitwert {m}
bit significance Bitwertigkeit {f}
bit strap Gebissriemen {m}
bit string Bitfolge {f}
bit string Bitreihe {f}
bit synchronization Bitsynchronisierung {f}
bit testBit-Test {m} [selten: Bittest]
bit timeBitzeit {f}
bit transmission Bitübertragung {f}
bit wearBohrerverschleiß {m}
[bit of food left on a serving plate out of good manners] Anstandshappen {m}
bitable durchgehbar
bit-bender [sl.] Computeramateur {m}
bit-cell time Bitzellenzeit {f}
bitch [coll.] [pej.]Weibsstück {n} [pej.]
bitch [coll.] [pej.] [contentious woman] Zicke {f} [ugs.] [pej.] [zänkische Frau]
bitch [coll.] [pej.] [nagging, quarrelsome woman] Bissgurn {f} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [pej.] [auch: Bissgurke, Bissgurk, Bissgurkn]
bitch [coll.] [pej.] [woman]Luder {n} [pej.] [weibliche Person, bösartig, liederlich, jugendspr. auch generell]
bitch [coll.] [pej.] [woman] Matz {f} [ugs.] [pej.] [bayer.]
bitch [coll.] [sometimes used as a generalized term of abuse]Schlampe {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
bitch [derog.]Biest {n} [ugs.] [durchtriebene, liederliche Frau / Mädchen]
bitch [female dog]Hündin {f}
bitch [female dog]Fähe {f} [bei Hundeartigen (Hündin)]
bitch [female of the carnivorous mammals] Weibchen {n} [eines fleischfressenden Säugetieres]
bitch [pej.] Hippe {f} [pej.] [Frau]
bitch [pej.] Mensch {n} [regional] [meist pej.] [Frau]
bitch [pej.] Weibsbild {n} [salopp] [pej.] [veraltend] [Frau]
bitch [sl.] [man-mad woman or girl] Matratze {f} [ugs.] [mannstolle Frau, mannstolles Mädchen] [pej.]
bitch [sl.] [pej.]Aas {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [gemeine oder raffinierte Frau]
bitch [sl.] [woman]Tussi {f} [ugs.] [pej.] [Frau]
bitch [sl.] [malicious / arrogant woman] Miststück {n} [derb]
bitch alarm [sl.]Zickenalarm {m} [ugs.]
bitch alert [sl.]Zickenalarm {m} [ugs.]
bitch in heat [Am.] läufige Hündin {f}
bitch on heat [Br.] läufige Hündin {f}
bitch pointerPointerhündin {f}
bitch tits [vulg.] [pej.] [enlarged breasts in men (gynecomastia)] [coll.] Weibertitten {pl} [vulg.] [pej.] [weibliche Brüste bei Männern (Gynäkomastie)]
bitch wolf Wölfin {f}
Bitche [town in France] Bitsch {n} [Stadt in Frankreich]
bitched [coll.] gemeckert [ugs.]
bitcher [coll.] Meckerer {m} [ugs.]
bitcher [coll.] Nörgler {m}
bitchery Nörglerei {f}
bitchery Nörgelei {f}
bitchery [coll.] Rumgezicke {n} [ugs.]
bitches Hündinnen {pl}
bitch-foxFüchsin {f}
bitchier [coll.] zickiger [ugs.]
bitchiest [coll.] zickigste [ugs.]
bitchiness Jammer {m}
bitchiness Zickigkeit {f}
bitchinessBissigkeit {f}
bitchiness Gehässigkeit {f}
bitchiness Gemeinheit {f}
bitchiness [of women] Stutenbissigkeit {f} [ugs.]
bitching meckernd
bitching [coll.] Nörgeln {n} [pej.]
bitching [sl.] [really good] gut
bitching time [Am.] [sl.] geile Zeit {f} [ugs.]
bitchslap [sl.] [also: bitch slap]Ohrfeige {f}
bitchy [coll.] zickig [ugs.]
bitchy [coll.] gehässig
bitchy [coll.] [remark]bissig
bitchy [coll.]gemein [gehässig]
bitchy [women]stutenbissig [ugs.] [pej.]
bitchy cow [coll.]Zimtzicke {f} [ugs.]
bitcoin <BTC, XBT, ฿> Bitcoin {m} [auch {f}] <BTC, XBT, ฿>
bitcoin (exchange) rate Bitcoinkurs {m}
bitcoin marketBitcoin-Markt {m} [auch: Bitcoinmarkt]
bite Beißen {n}
bite Biss {m}
bite Bissen {m}
bite Greifen {n}
bite Insektenstich {m}
bite Mundvoll {m}
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