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bailing line Schöpfseil {n}
bailiwickAmtsbezirk {m}
bailiwickVogtei {f}
bailiwickBallei {m}
bailiwick Landvogtei {f}
bailiwick Landdrostei {f}
bailiwick Obervogtei {f}
bailiwick [fig.] [area of authority]Zuständigkeitsbereich {m}
Baillon's crake [Porzana pusilla] Zwergsumpfhuhn {n}
Baillon's shearwater [Puffinus lherminieri] Audubonsturmtaucher {m}
Baillon's toucan [Pteroglossus bailloni, syn.: Andigena bailloni, Baillonius bailloni] Goldtukan {m}
Baillon's wrasse [Symphodus bailloni] Schuppenwangen-Lippfisch {m}
bailment Verpfändung {f}
bailment Bürgschaft {f}
bailment Besitzüberlassung {f} auf Zeit (mit Obhutspflicht)
bailment hinterlegte Sache {f}
bailment Hinterlegung {f} einer Kaution
bailment Kaution {f}
bailment Verbürgung {f}
bailmentÜbertragung {f} einer Sicherheit
bailor Deponent {m}
bailorHinterleger {m}
bailorHinterleger {m} einer Bürgschaft
bailoutNotverkauf {m}
bail-out Bailout {n} [Rettung auf dem Wege einer Entschuldung durch Dritte]
bailout Rettungsaktion {f}
bail-out finanzielle Stützung {f}
bail-outSicherheitsleistung {f}
bailoutSicherheitsleistung {f}
bailout [emergency escape]Notausstieg {m} [Verlassen im Notfall]
bailout fee on banks [Am.] Sondersteuer {f} für Banken
bailout fundRettungsschirm {m}
bail-out fundRettungsfonds {m}
bailout funds Rettungsgelder {pl}
bail-out packageHilfspaket {n}
bailout package [for state finances etc.]Rettungspaket {n} [für Staatsfinanzen etc.]
bailout plan Sanierungsplan {m}
bailout plan Hilfsprogramm {n}
bailout plan Rettungsplan {m}
bail-out purchaseRettungserwerb {m}
bails [cricket] Querstäbe {pl}
bailsman Bürge {m}
bailsmen Bürgen {pl}
Bainbridge reflexBainbridge-Reflex {m}
bainiteBainit {m}
bainitic bainitisch
bainitic steel bainitischer Stahl {m}
bain-marie Bain-Marie {f}
bain-marieWasserbad {n}
Baiovarii Bajuwaren {pl}
Baird's beaked whale [Berardius bairdii]Baird-Schnabelwal {m}
Baird's beaked whale [Berardius bairdii]Baird-Wal {m}
Baird's beaked whale [Berardius bairdii]Nördlicher Schwarzwal {m}
Baird's cormorant [Phalacrocorax pelagicus] Meerscharbe {f}
Baird's creeper [Oreomystis bairdi, syn.: Loxops maculata bairdi] Akikiki {m}
Baird's creeper [Oreomystis bairdi, syn.: Loxops maculata bairdi] Kauaikleidervogel {m}
Baird's creeper [Oreomystis bairdi, syn.: Loxops maculata bairdi]Weißkehl-Kleidervogel {m}
Baird's flycatcher [Myiodynastes bairdii]Samtstirntyrann {m}
Baird's pilot snake [Pantherophis bairdi, syn.: Elaphe bairdi] Bairds Kletternatter {f}
Baird's rat snake [Pantherophis bairdi, syn.: Elaphe bairdi] Bairds Kletternatter {f}
Baird's rat snake / ratsnake [Pantherophis bairdi, syn.: Coluber bairdi, Elaphe bairdi, E. obsoleta bairdi, Pituophis bairdi, Scotophis bairdi]Bairds Erdnatter {f}
Baird's ratsnake [Pantherophis bairdi, syn.: Elaphe bairdi] Bairds Kletternatter {f}
Baird's sandpiper [Calidris bairdii] Bairdstrandläufer {m}
Baird's sparrow [Ammodramus bairdii]Bairdammer {f} [fachspr. auch {m}]
Baird's sparrow [Ammodramus bairdii] Baird-Ammer {f} [fachspr. auch {m}]
Baird's tapir [Tapirus bairdii]Mittelamerikanischer Tapir {m}
Baird's tapir [Tapirus bairdii] Baird-Tapir {m}
Baird's trogon [Trogon bairdii]Bairdtrogon {m}
Baird's woodpecker [Dryobates scalaris cactophilus (bairdi)]Texasspecht {m} [Unterart]
Baird's woodpecker [Dryobates scalaris cactophilus (bairdi)] Kaktusspecht {m} [hier: Unterart des Texasspechts]
Baire category theoremSatz {m} von Baire [Kategoriensatz]
Baire category theorembairescher Kategoriensatz {m}
Baire space Baire-Raum {m}
Baire space bairescher Raum {m}
bairn [Scot.] [N. Engl.] Kind {n}
Bairnsdale ulcer [Buruli ulcer]Buruli-Ulkus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
bait Köder {m}
baitLuder {n} [Aas als Köder]
bait Lockmittel {n}
baitLockung {f}
bait Fischköder {m}
bait Anlockungsmittel {n}
bait Aas {n} [Luder] [Aas als Lockmittel]
bait Lockspeise {f} [Köder]
bait Brocken {m} [Köder]
bait [archaic] [rest] Rast {f}
bait [bite]kleiner Bissen {m}
bait [Br.] [sl.] [food]Imbiss {m}
bait [fig.] Verlockung {f}
bait advertisingWerbung {f} mit Lockartikeln
bait boxKöderbox {f}
bait box Köderdose {f}
bait casting Köderwerfen {n}
bait fish Köderfisch {m}
bait for fish Fischköder {m}
bait place Luderplatz {m}
bait price Lockpreis {m}
bait quiverKöderköcher {m}
bait-and-switch [Am.] Lockvogeltaktik {f}
bait-and-switch advertising [Am.]Lockvogelwerbung {f}
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