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Crocs ™ Crocs ™ {pl} [Gummischuhe]
crocusKrokus {m}
crocus [Am.] [Aus.] Polierrot {n}
crocus [Br.] [Micropogonias undulatus] [Atlantic croaker]Westatlantischer Umberfisch {m}
crocus [Br.] [Micropogonias undulatus] [Atlantic croaker] Atlantischer Umber {m}
crocus bag [Am.] [regional] [tow sack, burlap sack] Jutesack {m}
crocus clam [Tridacna crocea]Eingewachsene Riesenmuschel {f}
crocus sack [Am.] [regional] [tow sack, burlap sack] Jutesack {m}
crocus tritonia [Crocosmia ×crocosmiiflora, syn.: C. aurea x C. pottsii, C. crocosmiiflora, Montbretia crocosmiiflora, M. x crocosmiiflora, Tritonia crocosmiiflora, T. x crocosmiiflora] Garten-Montbretie / Gartenmontbretie {f}
(crocus) giant clam [Tridacna crocea, syn.: T. (Chametrachea) crocea] Eingewachsene Riesenmuschel {f}
crocusesKrokusse {pl}
crocus-leaved romulea [Romulea bulbocodium, syn.: Ixia bulbocodium, Trichonema bulbocodium] (Großblütiger) Scheinkrokus {m}
crocus-leaved romulea [Romulea bulbocodium, syn.: Ixia bulbocodium, Trichonema bulbocodium]Sandkrokus {m}
Croesus [also fig.: rich person]Krösus {m} [auch fig., oft hum.: reiche Person]
croft kleiner Acker {m} beim Haus
croft [obs.] [Lancashire dialect] [also whitening croft and bleaching yard]Bleichwiese {f}
croft [Scot.]kleiner Bauernhof {m}
crofter [Scot.]Kleinbauer {m}
crofter [Scot.] Crofter {m} [kleinbäuerlicher, auf Nebenerwerb angewiesener Pächter in Schottland]
crofton weed / croftonweed [Ageratina adenophora, syn.: Eupatorium adenophorum, E. glandulosum] [crofton weed]Drüsiger Wasserdost {m}
Crohn's disease <CD>Morbus Crohn {m} <MC> [Crohn Krankheit]
croissantHörnchen {n}
croissant Kipferl {n} [bayer.] [österr.]
croissantCroissant {n}
croissantKipfel {n} [österr.] [Hörnchen]
croissant Gipfeli {n} [schweiz.] [Hörnchen]
croissant Beugel {n} [österr.] [Hörnchen]
croissantsCroissants {pl}
Croll Glacier Croll-Gletscher {m}
Cro-Magnon [pre-historic human] Cromagnonmensch {m}
Cromargan ® (stainless steel)Cromargan ® {n} [rostfreier Chrom-Nickel-Stahl]
crombec [Sylvietta brachyura] Braunbauchsylvietta / Braunbauch-Sylvietta {f}
Crombie coat [Crombie®] Crombie® {m} [Mantel]
cromlech Kromlech {m}
cromoly steelChrom-Molybdän-Stahl {m}
cromoly steel CroMoly-Stahl {m}
cromorne Krummhorn {n}
cromulent [hum.] [neol.] [from The Simpsons TV series] akzeptabel
Cromwellian Cromwell'sch
Cromwellian periodCromwell-Ära {f}
Cronbach's alpha <Cronbach's α> Cronbachs Alpha {n} <Cronbachs α>
cronealtes Weib {n}
crone Tante {f} [ugs. für: altes Weib]
cronies Kumpane {pl} [ugs.]
cronstedtite [Fe2Fe(SiFe)O5(OH)4] Cronstedtit {m} [ein Chlorit]
Cronus Kronos {m}
cronusite [Ca0.2CrS2·H2O] Cronusit {m}
cronutCronut {n} [Gebäck]
crony alter Kamerad {m}
crony Spezi {m} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
crony [coll.] [often pej.] Kumpan {m} [ugs.] [oft pej.]
crony capitalism Nepotismus {m} [geh.]
crony capitalismVetternwirtschaft {f} [pej.]
cronyismGünstlingswirtschaft {f}
cronyism Filzokratie {f} [ugs.]
cronyismHaberei {f} [österr.] [ugs.] [Vetternwirtschaft]
cronyism Freunderlwirtschaft {f} [österr.] [Vetternwirtschaft] [südd.] [ugs.]
cronyism Klüngel {m}
cronyism Vetterliwirtschaft {f} [pej.] [schweiz.] [Vetternwirtschaft]
cronyism Klientelpolitik {f} [Vetternwirtschaft]
cronyismÄmterpatronage {f}
cronyism [pej.] Vetternwirtschaft {f} [pej.]
cronyism [pej.] Nepotismus {m} [geh.]
crook Betrüger {m}
crook Bischofsstab {m}
crook Ganove {m}
crookGauner {m}
crook Haken {m}
crookHirtenstab {m}
crookKrümmung {f}
crook Schwindler {m}
crookBogen {m} [Blechblasinstrument]
crook Aufsatzbogen {m} [Blasinstrument]
crook [Aus., NZ] [coll.] krank
crook [Br.] [coll.] [dated] illegal
crook [coll.] Schlitzohr {n} [ugs.]
crook [crutch]Krücke {f}
crook [curve] Biegung {f}
crook [of a staff] Krümme {f}
crook [of the arm] Beuge {f}
crook [staff] Stab {m} [z. B. Schäferstab]
crook and flail [emblems of the pharaoh] Krummstab und Geißel [Herrschaftszeichen des Pharao]
crook of the armArmbeuge {f}
crook of the armEllenbeuge {f}
crook of the neck Halsbeuge {f}
crookedkorrupt [pej.]
crooked schief [nicht parallel]
crooked gekrümmt
crooked schepp [regional] [schief]
crooked windschief
crooked [coll.] [dishonest]betrügerisch
crooked [mostly trees] verwachsen
crooked [road, path] gewunden
crooked [wood] nichtschnürig [Holz]
crooked [also fig.: inappropriate] schepps [südd.] [auch fig.] [schief]
crooked [coll.] [dishonest] unehrlich
crooked [coll.] [illegal] krumm [ugs.] [unrechtmäßig]
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