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boomer [female] [coll.] [baby boomer]Babyboomerin {f} [ugs.]
boomer [Tamiasciurus hudsonicus](Gemeines) Rothörnchen {n}
boomer tech [coll.] [pej.] [outdated technology][veraltete Technologie]
boomerang Bumerang {m}
Boomerang [Reginald Hudlin] Boomerang
boomerang effectBumerangeffekt {m}
Boomerang GlacierBoomerang-Gletscher {m}
boomerang heel [short rows heel] [knitting] Bumerangferse {f} [Ferse mit verkürzten Reihen] [beim Stricken]
boomerang kids [coll.] Nesthocker {pl} [ugs. hier: erneut bei den Eltern wohnende junge Erwachsene]
Boomerang Nebula [ESO 172-7, PGC 3074547] Bumerangnebel {m}
boomerang needle Bumerangnadel {f}
boomerang triggerfish [Sufflamen bursa]Bumerang-Drückerfisch {m}
boomerang triggerfish [Sufflamen bursa] Weißbauch-Drückerfisch {m}
Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World [Michael Lewis]Boomerang: Europas harte Landung
boomeranging zurückkommend
boomerang-shapedbumerangförmig
boomflationInflation {f} bei Hochkonjunktur
boominess (unerwünschte) Tiefenbetonung {f} [Dröhnen]
boominess (hohles) Dröhnen {n} [z. B. Mikrofon]
booming dröhnend
booming einen Aufschwung nehmend
boomingDröhnen {n}
booming florierend
booming im Aufschwung begriffen
boomingboomend
booming [growing or expanding very quickly, prosperous]blühend [fig.] [florierend, boomend]
booming bass wummernder Bass {m} [ugs.]
booming beetlesummender Käfer {m}
booming city Stadt {f} im Aufschwung
booming economyHochkonjunktur {f}
booming gun-fireKanonendröhnen {n}
booming industry expandierende Industrie {f}
booming market blühender Markt {m}
booming marketHaussemarkt {m}
booming marketboomender Markt {m}
booming music [coll.] Dröhnung {f} [ugs.] [laute Musik]
booming noisedröhnender Lärm {m}
booming of cannonKanonendröhnen {n}
booming of gun salutes Salutdonner {m}
booming out the hour dröhnend die Stunde schlagend
booming priceschnell steigender Kurs {m}
booming tendency Aufschwungstendenz {f}
booming tendencyAufwärtstrend {m}
booming voice dröhnende Stimme {f}
boomless ohne Baum [nachgestellt]
boomlet kleine Konjunktur {f}
boomlet kleiner Wirtschaftsaufschwung {m}
booms Aufschwünge {pl}
boomslang [Dispholidus typus]Afrikanische Baumschlange {f}
boomslang [Dispholidus typus] Boomslang {f} [Giftschlange]
boomslang [S.Afr.] [Dispholidus typus] Grüne Boomslang {f}
boomslangs [genus Dispholidus] Boomslangen {pl}
boomtown Boomtown {f}
boomwhacker Boomwhacker {m}
boomy(tief) dröhnend [Instrument]
boomyhochkonjunkturell
boomy soundhohler Ton {m}
boon Wohltat {f}
boonfröhlich
boonGabe {f} [Gunst, Gnade, Segen]
boon Gunst {f}
boonlustig
boon Gefälligkeit {f} [Gunst]
boonSegen {m}
boon Gnade {f} [Segen] [ugs.]
boon [archaic] günstig
boon [archaic]freundlich [lustig]
boon and bane (of) Fluch und Segen {m} [+Gen.]
boon companion lustiger Zechbruder {m}
boon companion Lieblingsgefährte {m}
boon companion [literary]enger Gefährte {m}
boon fellowZechkumpan {m}
boondocks {pl}Urwald {m}
boondocks {pl} ländliche Region {f}
boondocks {pl}unkultiviertes Hinterland {n}
boondocks {pl} [Am.] Wildnis {f}
boondocks {pl} [coll.]Provinz {f} [oft pej.] [ländliche oder rückständige Region]
boondocks [Am.] [coll.] [fig.] [remote region] Pampa {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [abgelegene Gegend]
boondoggle Geldverschwendung {f} auf Staatskosten
boondoggle Zeitverschwendung {f} auf Staatskosten
boong [Aus.] [pej.] [racist][abwertender, rassistischer Spitzname für australische Ureinwohner]
boonies {pl} [coll.] [boondocks] Provinz {f} [oft pej.] [ländliche oder rückständige Region]
boorBauer {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [grober, ungehobelter Mensch]
boor Flegel {m}
boorLümmel {m}
boor Stoffel {m}
boorGrobian {m} [pej.]
boor ungebildeter Kerl {m}
boor Trampel {m} {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
boor Rülps {m} [regional] [ugs.] [Flegel, Lümmel]
boor [pej.] Tölpel {m} [pej.] [grober, unsensibler Mensch]
boor [pej.] [coarse person] Stiesel {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
boor / bour tree [Sambucus nigra] Fliederbeerbaum {m} [regional, bes. nordd.] [Schwarzer Holunder]
boor / bour tree [Sambucus nigra] Schwarzer Holunder {m}
boorish flegelhaft
boorishbäuerisch [im pej. Sinn]
boorish grob [Verhalten]
boorishlümmelhaft
boorish unzivilisiert
boorish wie ein Bauer [nachgestellt]
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