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EnglishGerman
cipher Chiffre {f}
cipher Chiffrierungsverfahren {n}
cipher Verschlüsselungsverfahren {n}
cipherCodierschlüssel {m}
cipher Geheimkode {m} [Rsv.]
cipherNamenszug {m}
cipher Ziffer {f}
cipher Null {f}
cipher Zahl {f}
cipherGeheimcode {m}
cipher [on the organ, a note that persists in sounding through some failure in the action] Hänger {m} [hängenbleibender Ton, bes. Orgel]
cipher clerkChiffrierbeamter {m}
cipher code Chiffrierkode {m} [Rsv.]
cipher department Verschlüsselungsabteilung {f}
cipher disk [Am.]Chiffrierscheibe {f}
cipher equipment Chiffriergerät {n}
cipher keyChiffrierschlüssel {m}
cipher key Kodeschlüssel {m} [Rsv.]
cipher language Geheimsprache {f}
cipher machineChiffriermaschine {f}
cipher machine Schlüsselmaschine {f}
cipher messageGeheimbotschaft {f}
cipher notation Ziffernnotation {f}
cipher nought Zahl {f} Null
cipher officer Chiffrierbeamter {m}
cipher stencil Chiffrierstift {m}
cipher system Verschlüsselungssystem {n}
cipher telegramGeheimtelegramm {n}
cipher zeroZahl {f} Null
cipheredgerechnet
ciphered bass [rare] [figured bass] bezifferter Bass {m}
ciphered data verschlüsselte Daten {pl}
cipheringrechnend
ciphering Verschlüsselung {f}
ciphering equipment {sg} Verschlüsselungsgeräte {pl}
ciphering method Verschlüsselungsverfahren {n}
ciphering system Verschlüsselungssystem {n}
ciphers Chiffren {pl}
ciphertextGeheimtext {m}
ciphertext [encrypted information]Chiffretext {m} [Geheimtext]
ciphonyChiffrierung {f}
ciphonyChiffrierverkehr {m}
cipolin Cipollin {m}
cipollataCipollata {f}
cippus Zippus {m}
ciprofloxacin Ciprofloxacin {n}
circa <ca., c.> [abbreviation "c." often with dates, e.g. born c. 1701]circa <ca.>
circa <ca.> zirka
circa <ca.> schätzungsweise
circa <ca.> ungefähr
circa <ca.>etwa
circa <ca>gegen [+Akk.]
circa <ca.> Pi mal Daumen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
circa <ca.> [a hundred people] an die [hundert Leute]
circadiantagesperiodisch
circadianzirkadian
circadian tagesrhythmisch
circadianüber den ganzen Tag verteilt
circadian clock <CC> zirkadiane Uhr {f}
circadian clock <CC> innere Uhr {f} [zirkadiane Uhr]
circadian dysrhythmia Störung {f} des Tag-Nacht-Rhythmus [Wach-Schlaf-Rhythmus]
circadian dysrhythmiacircadiane Dysrhythmie {f}
circadian oscillator [biologic clock]zirkadiane Uhr {f}
circadian rhythm innere Uhr {f}
circadian rhythm circadiane Rhythmik {f}
circadian rhythmcircadianer Rhythmus {m}
circadian rhythmzirkadianer Rhythmus {m}
circadian rhythm Tag-Nachtrhythmus {m}
circadian rhythm Schlaf-Wach-Rhythmus {m}
circadian rhythmicity Tagesrhythmik {f}
circalittoral circalitoral
circalittoral (zone) Circalitoral {n}
circary [Premonstratensian equivalent to a monastic province] Zirkarie {f}
Circassiantscherkessisch
Circassian Tscherkesse {m}
Circassian [female]Tscherkessin {f}
Circassian box [Buxus sempervirens, syn.: B. colchica, B. hyrcana, B. myrtifolia](Gewöhnlicher) Buchs / Buchsbaum {m}
Circassian boxwood [Buxus sempervirens, syn.: B. colchica, B. hyrcana, B. myrtifolia] (Gewöhnlicher) Buchs / Buchsbaum {m}
Circassians Tscherkessen {pl}
circatidalcircatidal
Circe Kirke {f}
CirceCirce {f}
CirceZirze {f} [selten]
Circinus <Cir> [constellation] Zirkel {m} [lat. Circinus] <Cir> [Sternbild]
circle Kreis {m}
circle Sozietät {f}
circleKreisfigur {f}
circleRing {m}
circleUmkreis {m}
circleRund {n} [geh.]
circleKranz {m} [kreisförmig Angeordnetes]
circle [also fig.: group of people] Zirkel {m} [seltener für: Kreis] [meist fig.: Gruppe von Personen]
circle [attr.] [e.g. dance, diameter, template] Kreis- [z. B. Tanz, Durchmesser, Schablone]
circle [circular argument]Zirkel {m} [kurz für: Zirkelschluss]
circle [discussion group] Gesprächskreis {m}
circle [dressage] Zirkel {m} [Bahnfigur]
circle [group of people] Runde {f} [Personenkreis]
circle [gymnastics] Umschwung {m}
circle [of people]Personenkreis {m}
circle [of persons] Gesellschaft {f} [Kreis, Freundeskreis etc.]
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