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EnglishGerman
bug [suborder Heteroptera] Wanze {f}
Bug [William Friedkin] Bug
bug biteInsektenstich {m}
bug check [Microsoft] Bugcheck {m} [Microsoft] [Bluescreen-Fehler]
bug collector Insektensammler {m}
bug compatibility Fehlerkompatibilität {f}
bug fix Fehlerbehebung {f}
bug fix [an update]Fehlerbereinigung {f} [ein Update]
bug fixing Fehlerbehebung {f}
bug houseInsektenhaus {n}
bug hunter [pej.] Insektenkundler {m}
bug nymph Wanzennymphe {f}
Bug off! [Am.] Mach die Fliege! [veraltend]
bug orchid [Anacamptis coriophora, syn.: Orchis coriophora]Wanzen-Knabenkraut / Wanzenknabenkraut {n}
bug orchis [Anacamptis coriophora, syn.: Orchis coriophora] Wanzen-Knabenkraut / Wanzenknabenkraut {n}
bug poison Wanzengift {n}
bug repellant [spv.] [bug repellent] Insektenschutzmittel {n}
bug repellentInsektenschutzmittel {n}
bug reportProblembericht {m}
Bug (River) Bug {m}
bug spray Insektenspray {m} {n}
bug statusFehlerstatus {m}
bug status Fehlerzustand {m}
bug trackingFehlerverfolgung {f}
bug venomWanzengift {n}
bug wiperMückenputzer {m}
bug zapper Elektro-Insektenfalle {f}
bugaboo Schreckgespenst {n}
bugaboo [esp. Am.] Vitzliputzli {m} [regional] [Kinderschreck, Schreckgestalt,Teufel]
bugaboo forearm [coll.] [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]Intersektionssyndrom {n}
Buganda Buganda {n}
bugbear [annoyance] Ärgernis {n}
bugbear [archaic] Kinderschreck {m}
bugbear [archaic] Schreckgespenst {n}
bugbear [archaic]Gespenst {n}
bugbear [fig.: cause of obsessive fear; also archaic: sort of hobgoblin] Popanz {m} [fig. pej. (des Krieges etc.); auch veraltet: künstlich hergestellte Schreckgestalt, Kinderschreck]
bugbears [archaic]Schreckgespenster {pl}
bugbears [archaic] [imaginary creatures to frighten children] Kinderschrecke {pl}
Bug-Dniester culture [also: Bug-Dniester Culture] Bug-Dnister-Kultur {f} [auch: Bug-Dnestr-Kultur]
bug-eyed glotzend [ugs.]
bug-eyed mit großen Augen
bug-eyed glupschäugig [ugs.] [nordd.] [berlin.] [mit hervortretenden Augen]
bugfix [also: bug-fix, bug fix] Fehlerbehebung {f} [eines Softwarefehlers]
bug-freefehlerfrei
bug-free bugfrei
bug-freeinsektenfrei
bugged [coll.] [annoyed] genervt [ugs.]
bugged [with concealed microphones] verwanzt [ugs.] [mit Abhörgeräten]
bugged [coll.] [e.g. program] fehlerbehaftet [z. B. Programm]
buggerLümmel {m}
bugger [coll.] [fellow, chap] Bursche {m}
bugger [esp. Br.] [coll.] [pej.] Sack {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [Mann]
bugger [esp. Br.] [offensive] [a silly or annoying man] Scheißkerl {m} [widerlicher, gemeiner Kerl; Schimpfwort]
bugger [esp. Br.] [sl.] [offensive] [person who supposedly commits buggery] Arschficker {m} [ugs.] [vulg.] [beleidigend]
bugger [esp. Br.] [sl.] [term of abuse]Arschloch {n} [vulg.] [Schimpfwort]
bugger [sl.] [Br.] [unpleasant, annoying thing] Mistding {n} [ugs.]
bugger [vulg.]Mistkerl {m} [ugs.]
bugger [vulg.] Saftsack {m} [vulg.]
bugger [vulg.] [unpleasant thing] Scheißding {n} [vulg.]
bugger all [Br.] [vulg.]nix [ugs.]
bugger all [Br.] [coarse] null Komma nichts [ugs.]
bugger all [Br.] [vulg.]verdammt wenig [ugs.]
bugger all [Br.] [vulg.] rein gar nichts
Bugger him! [vulg.] (Dieser) Scheißkerl! [vulg.]
Bugger it! [Br.] [vulg.]Scheiß drauf! [vulg.]
Bugger it! [Br.] [vulg.] Scheiße! [vulg.]
Bugger me! [Br.] [coarse]Mi leckst am Arsch! [salopp] [südd.]
Bugger me! [Br.] [coarse] [expression of surprise]Leck mich am Arsch! [derb] [Ausruf der Überraschung]
Bugger me! [Br.] [coarse] [expression of surprise] Leck mich am Ärmel! <LMA> [salopp] [Leck mich am Arsch!] [Ausruf der Überraschung]
Bugger me! [Br.] [coarse] [idiom]Meine Fresse! [ugs.] [Redewendung]
bugger of a day [esp. Br.] [sl.]Scheißtag {m} [vulg.]
Bugger off! [Br.] [vulg.] Verzieh dich! [ugs.]
Bugger off! [Br.] [vulg.]Hau ab! [ugs.]
Bugger off! [Br.] [vulg.] Verpiss dich! [vulg.]
Bugger off! [Br.] [vulg.]Verscheiß dich! [vulg.]
Bugger off! [Br.] [vulg.] Verkack dich! [vulg.]
Bugger this car! [vulg.]Diese Scheißkarre! [vulg.]
Bugger! [Br.] [vulg.] [damn] Scheiße! [vulg.]
buggered [Br.] [vulg.] am / im Arsch [vulg.]
buggered up [vulg.] ruiniert
buggers Kerle {pl}
buggeryAnalverkehr {m}
buggier [coll.]verrückter
buggies [Am.] Kinderwagen {pl}
buggiest [Am.] [coll.] verrückteste
bugginess Verrücktheit {f}
bugging [coll.] nervend [ugs.]
bugging [coll.] Abhören {n} [Wanze]
bugging [coll.] [electronic eavesdropping] Verwanzung {f}
bugging [eyes] hervortretend [fig.] [Augen]
bugging affairAbhöraffäre {f}
bugging device Abhörgerät {n}
bugging deviceWanze {f} [Abhörgerät]
bugging deviceAbhörvorrichtung {f}
bugging operation Abhöraktion {f} [Telefon]
buggy Kinderwagen {m}
buggyverwanzt
buggy fehlerhaft
buggyfehlerträchtig
buggyverbuggt [ugs.]
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