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crustal growth Krustenwachstum {n}
crustal layerKrustenschicht {f}
crustal material Krustenmaterial {n}
crustal modelKrustenmodell {n}
crustal movement Krustenbewegung {f}
crustal ore Krustenerz {n}
crustal rock Krustengestein {n}
crustal rocks {pl} Krustengestein {n}
crustal stress Krustenspannung {f}
crustal structureKrustenstruktur {f}
crustal thickening Krustenverdickung {f}
crustal thicknessKrustendicke {f}
crustal thickness Krustenmächtigkeit {f} [Dicke]
crustedeingefleischt
crusted harsch [Schnee]
crusted verkrustet
crusted over verharscht [Schnee]
crusted snow Harsch {m}
crusted snowHarschschnee {m}
crusted snow Bruchharst {m}
crusted snow Bruchharsch {m}
crusted snowverharschter Schnee {m}
crust-forming krustenbildend
crustic [a phrase that begins on a downbeat]auftaktlos
crustier krustiger
crustiestkrustigste
crustily mürrisch
crustily [fig.] barsch
crustingverharschend
crusting over Verharschung {f} [von Schnee]
crusting over Verharschen {n} [von Schnee]
crust-like krustenartig
crustosekrustig
crustose lichenKrustenflechte {f}
crustose thallusKrustenthallus {m}
crusts Brotrinden {pl}
crusts Krusten {pl}
crusts [crusty ends of bread] Ränfte {pl} [regional]
crusty knusprig [Brötchen]
crusty verkrustet
crustykrustig
crusty [fig.] barsch
crusty [person] mürrisch
crusty [person]bärbeißig
crusty [snow] verharscht
crutchHalt {m} [z. B. seelischer Halt]
crutchGehkrücke {f}
crutch [fig.] [e.g. emotional or rhetorical] Hilfskrücke {f} [fig.] [grobe, unvollkommene Übergangslösung]
crutch [of a garment]Schritt {m}
crutch [support] Stütze {f} [Unterstützung]
crutch [walking support] Krücke {f}
crutch [walking support] Gehstütze {f}
crutch cross Hammerkreuz {n}
crutches Krücken {pl}
crutchesGehstützen {pl}
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten bruit Cruveilhier-Baumgarten-Geräusch {n}
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten disease [also: Pégot-Cruveilhier-Baumgarten disease]Cruveilhier-Baumgarten-Krankheit {f}
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten syndrome <CBS>Cruveilhier-Baumgarten-Syndrom {n} <CBS>
cruxHaken {m} [fig. für Krux]
crux Kernpunkt {m}
crux Schlüsselstelle {f}
cruxCrux {f} [entscheidender Punkt]
crux Krux {f} [Last, Kummer, strittiger Punkt]
Crux [Southern Cross] Kreuz {n} des Südens
crux ansata Crux ansata {n} [koptisches Kreuz]
crux ansata [Coptic ankh] Henkelkreuz {n}
crux mortis [death cross]Totenkreuz {n} [ein Zeichen des drohenden Todes]
crux mortis [death cross]Todeskreuz {n}
crux of the matter Casus knacksus {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [Knackpunkt]
crux (of the matter) Knackpunkt {m}
crux pitch [of a climb] Schlüssellänge {f} [auch: Schlüsselseillänge]
cruxesHaken {pl}
Cruyff turn Cruyff-Turn {m}
Cruyff turn [also "Cruijff Turn" in the Netherlands] Cruyff-Drehung {f}
Cruyff turn [football] Bauerntrick {m}
crwthCrotta {f} [keltisches Saiteninstrument]
crwth Chrotta {f} [Rsv.] [keltisches Saiteninstrument]
crwthCrwth {f}
cry Ruf {m}
cry Schrei {m}
cry [appeal]Appell {m} [Forderung]
cry [fit of weeping] Heulanfall {m} [ugs.]
cry [hue and cry] Geschrei {n}
cry [of hounds]Gebell {n}
cry [outcry]Aufschrei {m}
cry [proclamation]Proklamation {f} [mündlich]
cry [slogan]Parole {f}
cry [weeping] Weinen {n}
cry / shout of delightFreudenschrei {m}
cry / shout of joyFreudenschrei {m}
cry against sth.Protest {m} gegen etw.
cry for attentionSchrei {m} nach Zuwendung
cry for help Hilferuf {m}
cry for help Hilfeschrei {m}
cry for helpNotschrei {m}
Cry Freedom [Richard Attenborough] Schrei nach Freiheit
cry from the heart Herzensschrei {m} [selten]
Cry me a river! [idiom] [sarcastic] Heul doch! [ugs.] [sarkastisch]
cry of anguish Angstgeschrei {n}
cry of astonishment Aufschrei {m} der Verwunderung
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