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carnival session / meeting [programme of sketches, songs etc.]Fastnachtssession {f} [regional]
carnival singing groupKarnevals-Gesangsgruppe {f}
carnival societyKarnevalsverein {m}
carnival societyKarnevalsgesellschaft {f}
carnival song Karnevalslied {n}
carnival speechBüttenrede {f}
carnival squash [Cucurbita pepo] [acorn squash] Eichelkürbis {m}
carnival stage show [e.g. Cologne] Karnevalssitzung {f} [bes. bei Karnevalsvereinen, mit Elferrat]
carnival stage show [e.g. Mainz] Fastnachtssitzung {f} [z. B. in Mainz]
carnival stage show [e.g. Mainz] Fastnachtssitzung {f} [z. B. in Mainz]osterei
carnival stronghold Karnevalshochburg {f}
carnival time Faschingszeit {f}
carnival timeKarnevalszeit {f}
carnival workersKirmesleute {pl}
(carnival) reveler [Am.] Jeck {m} [ugs.] [rhein. für: Fastnachtsnarr, Narr]
(carnival) reveler [Am.] Jecke {m} [ugs.] [rhein. für: Fastnachtsnarr, Narr; seltener für Jeck]
(carnival) reveler [female] [Am.] Jeckin {f} [rhein. für: Fastnachtsnärrin, Närrin]
carnivalesque karnevalistisch
carnivalesquekarnevalesk [geh.]
carnivalization [esp. Mikhail Bakhtin]Karnevalisierung {f}
carnival-like wie im Karneval [nachgestellt]
carnivora {pl} Fleischfresser {pl}
carnivoran [order Carnivora] Raubtier {n} [fachspr.] [Säugetier aus der Ordnung der Raubtiere]
carnivorans [order Carnivora] Raubtiere {pl} [fachspr.]
carnivore Raubtier {n}
carnivore Fleischfresser {m}
carnivore Karnivore {m}
carnivoreKarnivore {f}
carnivore [carnivorous plant]Fleisch fressende Pflanze {f}
carnivoresKarnivoren {pl}
carnivores {pl} Fleischfresser {pl}
carnivorous Fleisch fressend
carnivorous [also fig.]raubtierartig [auch fig.]
carnivorous [fig.]raubtierhaft [fig.]
carnivorous animalfleischfressendes Tier {n}
carnivorous animalFleischfresser {m}
carnivorous plant fleischfressende Pflanze {f}
carnivorous plant Fleisch fressende Pflanze {f}
carnivorousness Fleischfresserei {f}
carnivoryZoophagie {f}
carnivoryKarnivorie {f}
carnophobia Karnophobie {f}
carnosaurs [Carnosauria] [extinct] Carnosaurier {pl} [ausgestorben]
carnosic acid [C20H28O4]Carnosolsäure {f}
carnosinaemia [Br.] Karnosinämie {f}
carnosinase Carnosinase {f}
carnosine Carnosin {n}
carnosinemia [Am.] Karnosinämie {f}
Carnot / Carnot's cycle Carnot-Kreisprozess {m}
Carnot / Carnot's cycle Carnot-Zyklus {m}
Carnot cycle Carnot'scher Kreisprozess {m}
carnotite Carnotit {m}
carnotiteKarnotit {m}
Carnot's cycle [less frequent for: Carnot cycle] Carnot'scher Kreisprozess {m}
Carnot's theorem [also: theorem of Carnot]Satz {m} von Carnot
CarnutesKarnuten {pl} [auch: Karnuter]
carny [Am.] Schausteller {m}
carnycesCarnyces {pl} [kelt. Blasinstrumente]
carnyces {pl} Karnyces {pl} [Rsv.] [kelt. Blasinstrumente]
Carnyx Karnyx {f} [keltische Trompete]
carnyxCarnyx {f} [kelt. Trompete]
caro caro [Enterolobium cyclocarpum] Guanacaste {m}
caroate [potassium peroxymonosulfate] [KHSO5] Caroat {n} [Kaliumperoxomonosulfat]
carob Johannisbrot {n}
carob beanJohannisbrotschote {f}
carob bean gum <CBG> [E-410]Johannisbrotkernmehl {n} <JBKM>
carob flour Johannisbrotmehl {n}
carob gum [E-410]Johannisbrotkernmehl {n}
carob powder Carobpulver {n} [auch: Carob-Pulver]
carob tree [Ceratonia siliqua]Johannisbrotbaum {m}
carob tree [Ceratonia siliqua]Karubenbaum {m}
carob tree [Ceratonia siliqua]Bockshörndlbaum {m} [österr.]
carob tree [Ceratonia siliqua] Karobbaum {m}
carobbiite [KF]Carobbiit {m}
carolWeihnachtslied {n}
carolGesang {m}
carol Lied {n}
carol singer [Br.]Sternsinger {m}
carol singersSternsinger {pl}
carol singersWeihnachtssänger {pl}
carol singingWeihnachtssingen {n}
CaroleKarola {f}
Carole Carola {f}
Carolean [(die Zeit von) König Karl I. und II. von England betreffend]
Carolean [relating to one of the Frankish kings named Charles] karolinisch
caroler Weihnachtsliedersänger {m}
caroler [Am.] Sternsinger {m}
carolers [Am.]Weihnachtssänger {pl}
carolers [Am.]Sternsinger {pl}
Caroli disease Caroli-Syndrom {n}
Carolina [Marleen Gorris] Carolina – Auf der Suche nach Mr. Perfect
Carolina anole [Anolis carolinensis] Grüner Anolis {m}
Carolina anole [Anolis carolinensis]Rotkehlanolis {m}
Carolina anole [Anolis carolinensis] Amerikanisches Chamäleon {n}
Carolina azalea [Rhododendron carolinianum, syn.: Rhododendron minus var. minus] Karolina-Azalee {f}
Carolina chickadee [Poecile carolinensis]Carolinameise {f}
Carolina coralbead [Cocculus carolinus] Carolina-Kokkelstrauch {m}
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