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bloom Blüte {f}
bloomBlütenpracht {f}
bloom Duft {m}
bloom Hauch {m} auf einer Frucht
bloomrosige Frische {f}
bloom Schönheit {f}
bloom Zierblume {f}
bloomStahlvorblock {m}
bloomErdölfluoreszenz {f}
bloomVorblock {m}
bloom Flor {m} [geh.]
bloom [on certain fruits, leaves, or stems] Flaum {m} [auf Früchten (bes. Pfirsichen) oder Blättern]
bloom [on chocolate]weißlicher Belag {m} [auf Schokolade]
bloom effect Bloom-Effekt {m}
bloom of cheekRosenfarbe {f} der Wangen
bloom of youthjugendliche Schönheit {f}
bloom side schöne Seite {f}
Bloom syndrome <BS, BSyn>Bloom-Syndrom {n} <BS, BSyn>
Bloom syndrome protein Bloom-Syndrom-Protein {n}
bloomage Blütenfülle {f}
bloomage Blütenpracht {f}
bloomer blühende Pflanze {f}
bloomerBlühpflanze {f}
bloomer [Br.] [particular type of loaf of white bread]Brotlaib {m}
bloomer [coll.] grober Fehler {m}
bloomer [coll.] [blunder]Schnitzer {m} [ugs.] [Fehler]
bloomer [stylistic lapse]Stilblüte {f}
Bloomer suit Bloomer-Kostüm {n}
bloomers blühende Pflanzen {pl}
bloomersPumphose {f}
bloomersPluderhose {f}
bloomers Türkenhose {f}
bloomersPluderhosen {pl}
bloomers [old-fashioned] Damenunterhose {f} [knöchel- oder knielang]
bloomers [underwear] Damenpumphosen {pl} [Unterwäsche]
bloomery Rennofen {m}
bloomery fire Rennfeuer {n} [Eisengewinnung]
bloomery furnace Rennfeuerofen {m}
bloomery hearth Rennfeuer {n} [Eisengewinnung]
bloomfell [Lotus corniculatus, syn.: L. ambiguus, L. arvensis, L. balticus, L. caucasicus, L. major, L. tauricus] (Gemeiner) Hornklee {m}
bloomingAusblühen {n}
blooming aufblühend
blooming blühend
blooming erblühend
blooming in voller Blüte [nachgestellt]
blooming Aufhellung {f}
bloomingMilchigwerden {n} [von Lack]
blooming Überstrahlung {f} [Blooming]
blooming ausblühend
bloomingÜberstrahlen {n}
blooming Blooming {n} [bei Ultraschallaufnahmen, CCD-Kameras usw.]
blooming [Br.] [coll.] verdammt [ugs.]
blooming [Br.] [coll.]verflixt [ugs.]
blooming [Br.] [coll.]verflucht
blooming [also fig.] Blüte {f} [auch fig.] [das Blühen]
blooming again nochmals blühend
blooming effect Blooming-Effekt {m}
blooming field blühendes Feld {n}
blooming flower blühende Blume {f}
blooming garden blühender Garten {m}
blooming idiot [Br.] Vollidiot {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
blooming landscapes blühende Landschaften {pl} [Helmut Kohl, 1990]
blooming mill Vorwalzwerk {n}
blooming of roses Rosenblüte {f} [das Blühen von Rosen]
blooming onion frittierte Zwiebel {f}
blooming period Blütezeit {f}
blooming period Blühzeit {f} [Blütezeit]
blooming plantblühende Pflanze {f}
blooming sally [Epilobium angustifolium, syn.: E. spicatum, Chamerion angustifolium, C. angustifolium subsp. angustifolium, C. spicatum] Wald-Weidenröschen {n}
blooming sally [Epilobium angustifolium, syn.: E. spicatum, Chamerion angustifolium, C. angustifolium subsp. angustifolium, C. spicatum]Schmalblättriges Weidenröschen {n}
blooming timeBlütezeit {f}
blooming willow [Salix integra] Harlekin-Weide / Harlekinweide {f}
blooming willow [Salix integra] Japanische Zier-Weide / Zierweide {f}
blooming with health [postpos.]von blühender Gesundheit [nachgestellt]
blooms Blüten {pl}
Bloom's syndrome <BS, BSyn> [also: Bloom syndrome]kongenitales teleangiektatisches Syndrom {n} [Bloom-Syndrom]
Bloomsbury Group Bloomsbury-Gruppe {f}
Bloomsday Bloomsday {m}
bloomstrandine [(Y,Ca,Fe,Th)(Ti,Nb)2(O,OH)6] Blomstrandin {m}
bloomy blühend
bloomyin Blüte
bloomy mit einem Flaum bedeckt
bloomy [plums etc.] (weißlich) bereift [Pflaumen etc.]
bloop [underwater sound] Bloop {m} [Unterwassergeräusch]
blooperVersprecher {m}
blooper [Am.] [coll.] peinlicher Fehler {m}
blooper [coll.]Schnitzer {m} [ugs.] [Fehler]
blooper [esp. Am.] Outtake {n} [herausgeschnittene (komische) Szene]
blooper [esp. Am.] [coll.]Stilblüte {f}
blooper [esp. Am.] [coll.] Missgeschick {n}
blooper [esp. Am.] [coll.] Panne {f} [Missgeschick]
blooper [esp. Am.] [coll.] Patzer {m} [ugs.]
blooper [esp. Am.] [coll.] Ausrutscher {m} [ugs.]
blootered [coll.] [Scot.] sternhagelblau [ugs.]
blossite [Cu2V2O7]Blossit {m}
blossomBlüte {f}
blossomBlütezeit {f}
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