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babysitting Aufpassen {n} auf kleine Kinder
baby-sitting Babysitten {n}
baby-sittingBabysitting {n}
babysitting Babysitting {n}
baby-sittingKinderhüten {n}
babysittingKinderhüten {n}
babysitting Babysitten {n}
baby-snatcherKindesentführer {m}
baby-snatcher [female] Kindesentführerin {f}
baby-snatching Kindsentführung {f}
baby-sootherBabytröster {m}
baby-soother Schnuller {m}
baby-talk (word)Lallwort {n}
baby-to-be erwartetes Baby {n}
babywearBabykleidung {f}
bacala [also: baccala] [salted cod fish]Klippfisch {m} [gesalzen, getrocknet; Baccalà]
bacampicillin Bacampicillin {n}
Bacan white-eye [Zosterops atriceps] Braunscheitel-Brillenvogel {m}
Bacardi ® Bacardi ® {m}
baccalaureateBakkalaureat {n}
baccara [rare] [Asarum europaeum] [asarabacca] Haselwurz {f}
baccaratBakkarat {n} [Kartenspiel]
baccaratBaccara {n} [Kartenspiel]
baccarat Baccarat {n} [Kartenspiel]
baccate beerenartig
bacchanal Zechgelage {n}
bacchanal Bacchanal {n} [geh.]
bacchanal [person]Zechbruder {m}
bacchanal [person]Bacchant {m}
bacchanalia Orgie {f}
bacchanalia {sg} [sometimes treated as pl.]Bacchanalien {pl}
bacchanalia {sg} [sometimes treated as pl.] Bacchusfeste {pl}
bacchanalian bacchanalisch [veraltet]
bacchanalian sceneZechszene {f}
bacchanalian song Trinklied {n}
bacchanalian song Bacchuslied {n}
bacchanals Orgien {pl}
bacchantBacchant {m}
bacchantZechbruder {m}
bacchante Zechschwester {f}
bacchante Bacchantin {f}
bacchantes [female] Bacchantinnen {pl}
bacchants Bacchanten {pl}
Bacchic bacchisch
bacchius Bacchius {m} [Versfuß]
Bacchus Bacchus {m}
Bacchus cult Bacchuskult {m}
Bacchylides [ancient Greek poet] Bakchylides {m}
bacciferous beerentragend
bacciform beerenförmig
baccivorous beerenfressend
baccivorous birdsBeerenfresser {pl} [beerenfressende Vögel]
baccy [Br.] [sl.] [tobacco] Tabak {m}
bach [affectionate form of address to a man or boy] [Wales] mein Lieber {m} [liebevolle Anrede]
bach [bachelor] Junggeselle {m}
bach [NZ]Wochenendhaus {n}
bach [NZ]Ferienhaus {n}
Bach bowBachbogen {m} [Streichinstrument]
Bach cantataBachkantate {f} [auch: Bach-Kantate]
Bach cantatasBachkantaten {pl} [auch: Bach-Kantaten]
Bach choraleBach-Choral {m}
Bach festivalBachfest {n}
Bach flower extracts Bachblüten {pl} [Auszüge]
Bach flower extracts Bachblütenauszüge {pl}
Bach flower remedy Bachblütentherapie {f}
Bach flower therapyBachblütentherapie {f}
Bach flowers Bachblüten {pl}
Bach motet Bach-Motette {f} [auch: Bachmotette]
BACH motif [succession of notes in German musical nomenclature forming Johann Sebastian Bach's family name](Motiv) B-A-C-H {n} [Tonfolge, die den Familiennamen Johann Sebastian Bachs umsetzt]
Bach SocietyBach-Gesellschaft {f}
Bach-Abel ConcertsBach-Abel-Konzerte {pl}
bachata [music genre from the Dominican Republic, also the dance that accompanies it]Bachata {f} [aus der Dominikanischen Republik stammende Musikrichtung; auch Tanz]
bachelor Junggeselle {m}
bachelorniedriger akademischer Grad {m}
bachelorunterster akademischer Grad {m}
bachelorBakkalaureus {m}
bachelorRitter {m} [niederen Ranges]
bachelor apartmentJunggesellenwohnung {f}
bachelor boyeingefleischter Junggeselle {m}
bachelor button [Gomphrena globosa] Echter Kugelamarant {m}
bachelor daysJunggesellentage {pl}
bachelor days {pl} ['days' meaning an extended period] Junggesellenzeit {f}
bachelor degree course Bachelor-Studiengang {m} [auch: Bachelorstudiengang]
bachelor dinner Junggesellenessen {n}
bachelor flat [esp. Br.] Junggesellenwohnung {f}
bachelor girl Junggesellin {f}
bachelor girlunverheiratetes Mädchen {n}
bachelor habit Junggesellengewohnheit {f}
bachelor habits Junggesellengewohnheiten {pl}
bachelor herdJunggesellenherde {f}
bachelor herdJunggesellenrudel {n}
bachelor life Junggesellenleben {n}
bachelor of artsBaccalaureus {m} [inoffiziell; häufig neben: Bakkalaureus]
Bachelor of Arts Bakkalaureus {m} der philosophischen Fakultät
bachelor of arts Bakkalaureus {m}
Bachelor of Arts <BA>Bakkalaureus {m} der Philosophie
Bachelor of Arts <BA> Bachelor {m} of Arts <B. A.>
Bachelor of Divinity <BD, BDiv> Bakkalaureus {m} der Theologie
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