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Celebes woodcock [Scolopax celebensis] Celebesschnepfe {f}
Celebes woodpecker [Mulleripicus fulvus]Celebesspecht {m}
celebrable [obs.] [praiseworthy, laudable] lobenswert
celebrant Zelebrant {m}
celebrated berühmt
celebrated gefeiert
Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee [translated from the Chinese by Robert van Gulik]Merkwürdige Kriminalfälle des Richters Di
celebrated men berühmte Leute {pl}
celebrated musicianberühmter Musiker {m}
celebrated public characterberühmte Persönlichkeit {f}
celebrated scientist berühmter Forscher {m}
celebrated scientist berühmter Wissenschaftler {m}
celebrating feiernd
celebrating Feiern {n}
celebrating of Walpurgis night Feier {f} der Walpurgisnacht
celebration Feier {f}
celebration Fest {n}
celebration Begehung {f} [eines Jubiläums etc.]
celebration Festivität {f} [schweiz.; sonst nur noch ugs. und hum.: Festlichkeit]
celebration [commemoration]Jubelfeier {f}
celebration [mass, ritual] Zelebration {f}
celebration [solemn ceremony]Feierstunde {f} [festliche Veranstaltung]
celebration in advanceFeier {f} im Voraus
celebration of a goal Torjubel {m}
celebration of Christmas Feier {f} des Weihnachtsfestes
celebration of marriage Eheschließung {f}
celebration of Midsummer Night Sonnenwendfeier {f}
celebration of peaceFriedensfeier {f}
celebration of ShabbatSabbatfeier {f}
celebration of SundaySonntagsfeier {f}
celebration of the Eucharist Eucharistiefeier {f}
celebration of the revolutionRevolutionsfeier {f}
(celebration of the) Mass Messfeier {f}
[celebration commemorating the consecration of the local church]Kirchfeier {f} [veraltet] [Kirchweih]
[celebration of the award of a Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross] Ritterkreuzfeier {f} [selten]
celebrational Feier-
celebrationsFeiern {pl}
celebrations Feierlichkeiten {pl}
celebrations Feste {pl}
celebrative feierlich
celebratory feierlich
celebratory Feier-
celebratory feiernd
celebratory [meal etc.] zur Feier des Tages
celebratory banquetFestbankett {n}
celebratory dinner Festessen {n}
celebratory frenzy Feiertaumel {m}
celebratory meal Festmahl {n}
celebratory moodFeierlaune {f}
celebratory poem Festgedicht {n}
celebratory songs Jubelgesänge {pl}
(celebratory) speech Festrede {f}
celebret Zelebret {n}
celebritiesBerühmtheiten {pl}
celebrities berühmte Personen {pl}
celebrities {pl}Promis {pl} [ugs.]
celebrityZelebrität {f} [selten]
celebrity Promi-
celebrity Prominenz {f}
celebrity [also person]Berühmtheit {f} [auch Person]
celebrity [fame, renown]Ruhm {m}
celebrity [female] Prominente {f}
celebrity [person] berühmte Person {f}
celebrity [person]Prominenter {m}
celebrity [renown] Ansehen {n} [Berühmtheit, Ruhm]
celebrity [star] Star {m} [berühmte Persönlichkeit]
Celebrity [Woody Allen]Celebrity
celebrity chef Starkoch {m}
celebrity chef Spitzenkoch {m} [ugs.]
celebrity chefPromikoch {m} [ugs.]
celebrity chef [female]Starköchin {f}
celebrity cook Starkoch {m}
celebrity gossipPromiklatsch {m} [ugs.]
celebrity guest berühmter Gast {m}
celebrity magazine [as category] People-Magazin {n} [als Zeitschriftenkategorie]
celebrity memberprominentes Mitglied {n}
celebrity news {sg} Prominews {pl}
celebrity parade Auftrieb {m} an / von / der Prominenz [ugs.]
celebrity perk [coll.]Promibonus {m} [ugs.]
celebrity profilePromi-Biografie {f}
celebrity reporterKlatschreporter {m}
celebrity slut [sl.] Promi-Schlampe {f} [ugs.]
celebrity slut [vulg.]Promischlampe {f} [vulg.]
celebrity status Promistatus {m} [ugs.]
celebrity weddingPromihochzeit {f} [ugs.]
celebs [coll.] Promis {pl} [ugs.]
celebutante [male] [portmanteau of celebrity and debutante]It-Boy {m} [ugs.] [männliches Promiluder]
celebutante [portmanteau of celebrity and debutante] It-Girl {n} [ugs.]
celebutante [portmanteau of celebrity and debutante] Promi-Luder {n} [pej.]
celecoxibCelecoxib {n}
celeriac Knollensellerie {f}
celeriac Sellerie {m} {f} [Knollen- und Gewürzsellerie]
celeriac [Apium graveolens var. rapaceum] Zeller {m} [österr.] [ugs.] [Knollensellerie]
celeriac [Apium graveolens var. rapaceum]Wurzelsellerie {m} [Knollensellerie]
celeriac salad Selleriesalat {m}
celeriac schnitzelSellerieschnitzel {n}
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