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EnglishGerman
chanticleerHahn {m}
chanticleerGockelhahn {m}
chanticleersHähne {pl}
Chantilly lace Chantillyspitze {f}
chantilly sauceChantilly-Sauce {f}
chantingSingen {n} [Sprechgesang]
chantingGesang {m}
chanting [slogans etc.] skandierend [geh.] [Parolen etc.]
chantor [Anglic., R. C.]Kantor {m}
chantry Kantorei {f}
chantsGesänge {pl}
chantsKirchenlieder {pl}
chants Anfeuerungsrufe {pl}
chants [especially at large events] Sprechchöre {pl}
chantwell [angl. corruption of "chantuelle"] [karib. Vorsänger(in), i. d. R. weiblich]
chanty [Am. or archaic] Matrosenlied {m}
chanty [Scot.] Toilette {f} [WC]
chanty [Scot.] [chamber pot]Nachttopf {m}
ChanukahChanukah {n}
Chanukah [spv.] Chanukka {f} [ugs. {n}]
Chanukka [spv.] Chanukka {n}
Chanukkiya [Chanukka Menorah] Chanukkia {m}
chaoborid larvaChaoboridenlarve {f} [Büschelmückenlarve]
chaoborid larva Büschelmückenlarve {f}
chaoborids [family Chaoboridae] Büschelmücken {pl}
chaoborids [family Chaoboridae] Chaoboriden {pl} [Büschelmücken]
chaoite <C>Chaoit {m} <C>
chaomancyChoamantie {f}
Chaonians Chaonier {pl}
chaos Chaos {n}
chaos Durcheinander {n}
chaos Verwirrung {f}
chaos Ballawatsch {m} [österr.] [ugs.] [Rsv.]
chaosPallawatsch {m} [österr.] [ugs.] [auch: Palawatsch]
chaos Tohuwabohu {n}
chaos Unordnung {f} [Chaos]
ChaosChaos {n}
chaos {sg} Wirren {pl}
chaos {sg} of (the) warKriegswirren {pl}
chaos [complete confusion]Konfusion {f} [Chaos, Durcheinander]
chaos magicChaosmagie {f}
chaos researchChaosforschung {f}
chaos theoryChaostheorie {f}
chaos theory (research) Chaosforschung {f}
chaoticchaotisch
chaotic wirr
chaoticwüst [unordentlich]
chaotic days Chaostage {pl} [fig.]
chaotic period {sg} Chaostage {pl} [fig.] [ugs.] [chaotische Zeit]
chaotic topologychaotische Topologie {f}
chaoticallychaotisch
chaotically wüst [unordentlich]
chaoticness [rare] Chaos {n}
Chaotung vole [Eothenomys olitor]Schwarzohr-Rötelmaus {f}
Chaotung vole [Eothenomys olitor]Schwarzohrige Rotrücken-Wühlmaus {f}
chapRiss {m} [in der Haut]
chap Hautriss {m}
chap [Br.] [e.g. computer chap]-fritze {m} [Computerfritze etc.]
chap [crack] [of skin, lips]Spalt {m} [in Haut, Lippen]
chap [esp. Br.]Bursche {m}
chap [esp. Br.]Kerl {m} [ugs.]
chap [esp. Br.]Knopf {m} [ugs.] [Kerl]
chap [Scot.: knock]Klopfen {n}
Chap Stick ® [ChapStick ®] Fettstift {m} [Lippenpflege]
chaparral Unterholz {n}
chaparral [Larrea tridentata] Kreosotbusch {m}
chaparral lily [Lilium rubescens]Siskiyou-Lilie {f}
chapatis [Indian flatbread] Chapatis {pl} [indische Fladen]
chapbook Volksbuch {n} [altertümlich]
chapbookBalladenbüchlein {n} [altertümlich]
chap-book Volksbuch {n} [altertümlich]
chapbook (kleiner) Gedichtband {m}
chapbookGroschenheft {n}
chapbook [inexpensive small booklet]Leseheft {n} [kleines preiswertes Büchlein]
chape [of a scabbard] Ortband {n} [einer Scheide]
chapeau Hut {m}
chapelKapelle {f}
chapelFilialkirche {f}
chapel Gotteshaus {n} [Kapelle oder nonkonformistisch]
chapel Betsaal {m}
chapel [Br.] [non-Anglican] Kirche {f} [z. B. von Baptisten, Methodisten]
chapel [congregational] Freikirche {f}
chapel house [Scot.] Pfarrhaus {n} [katholisch]
chapel in the stadium Stadionkapelle {f}
chapel master Kapellmeister {m}
chapel of a palaceHofkirche {f} [Kirche eines Schlosses]
chapel of a palace Schlosskirche {f} [Kirche eines Schlosses]
chapel of ease [rare] Filialkirche {f}
chapel of ease [rare] Tochterkirche {f}
Chapel of Grace Gnadenkapelle {f}
chapel of rest [Br.]Aufbahrungshalle {f}
chapel of rest [Br.] Leichenhalle {f}
Chapel of St. CatherineKatharinenkapelle {f}
chapel of the palace Schlosskirche {f} [Kirche des Schlosses]
chapel of the palaceHofkirche {f} [Kirche des Schlosses]
chapel outingKirchausflug {m}
chapel royal Hofkirche {f}
Chapel RoyalHofkapelle {f}
chapelgoer Kirchgänger {m} [nicht anglikanischer englischer Protestant]
chapel-like kapellenartig
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