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civilian componentziviles Gefolge {n}
Civilian Conservation Corps <CCC> [Am.] [freiwilliger US-amerikanischer Arbeitsdienst während des New Deal]
civilian contractor ziviles Unternehmen {n}
civilian coupziviler Staatsstreich {m}
civilian employeeZivilangestellter {m}
civilian jurisprudence Zivilgerichtsbarkeit {f}
civilian labor force [Am.] zivile Erwerbspersonen {pl}
civilian labour {sg} [Br.] zivile Arbeitskräfte {pl}
civilian labour force [Br.] zivile Erwerbspersonen {pl}
civilian lifeZivilleben {n}
civilian personnelZivilbedienstete {pl}
civilian personnel managementzivile Personalführung {f}
civilian population Zivilbevölkerung {f}
civilian ruleZivilregierung {f}
civilian staff {sg}Zivilbeschäftigte {pl}
civilian staff {sg} [employees, collectively regarded]Zivilangestellte {pl}
civilian town / city Zivilstadt {f}
civilian version Zivilversion {f}
civiliansZivilpersonen {pl}
civiliansZivilisten {pl}
civilians {pl} [collectively] Zivilbevölkerung {f}
civilians [female] Zivilistinnen {pl}
civilisation [Br.]Zivilisation {f}
civilisation process [Br.]Zivilisationsprozess {m}
civilised [Br.]gebildet [kultiviert]
civilised [Br.] gesittet
civilised [Br.]zivilisiert
civilised [Br.] höflich
civilised [refined] [Br.] kultiviert
civilised behaviour [Br.]Gesittung {f}
civilised mode of behaviour [Br.]Gesittung {f} [geh.] [zivilisiertes Verhalten]
civilised (mode of) behaviour [Br.] Kultiviertheit {f} [zivilisiertes Verhalten, Kultiviertsein]
civilised people [Br.]Kulturvolk {n}
civilitiesHöflichkeiten {pl}
civility Höflichkeit {f}
civilityAnstand {m} [Höflichkeit, gutes Benehmen]
civility Artigkeit {f} [veraltet für höfliche Bemerkung]
civility Verbindlichkeit {f} [Umgangsformen]
civilization Kultur {f}
civilization Zivilisation {f}
Civilization and Its DiscontentsDas Unbehagen in der Kultur [Sigmund Freud]
civilization process Zivilisationsprozess {m}
civilization processZivilisationsprozeß {m} [alt]
civilizational hexagon zivilisatorisches Hexagon {n} [Dieter Senghaas]
civilizationsKulturen {pl}
civilized gesittet
civilized zivilisiert
civilized gebildet [kultiviert]
civilized [refined] kultiviert
civilized behavior [Am.] Gesittung {f}
civilized countries [dated] [likely offensive in current use]Kulturländer {pl}
civilized country zivilisiertes Land {n}
civilized mode of behavior [Am.] Gesittung {f} [geh.] [zivilisiertes Verhalten]
civilized (mode of) behavior [Am.] Kultiviertheit {f} [zivilisiertes Verhalten, Kultiviertsein]
civilized peoplezivilisiertes Volk {n}
civilized people Kulturvolk {n}
civilized peoplesKulturvölker {pl}
civilized person gesittete Person {f}
civilized society zivilisierte Gesellschaft {f}
civilized world zivilisierte Welt {f}
civilized worldKulturwelt {f}
civilizing zivilisatorisch
civilizingZivilisierung {f}
civilizing influenceEinfluss {m} der Zivilisierung
civilizing process Zivilisierungsprozess {m}
civilly höflich
civilly zuvorkommend
civil-military co-operation <CIMIC>Zivil-Militärische Zusammenarbeit {f} <ZMZ>
civilness Höflichkeiten {pl}
civil-rights activist Bürgerrechtsaktivist {m} [Bürgerrechtler]
civil-rights activist [female] Bürgerrechtlerin {f}
civil-rights activist [female] Bürgerrechtsaktivistin {f} [Bürgerrechtlerin]
civil-rights caseBürgerrechtsfall {m}
civism [archaic]Bürgersinn {m}
civvies {pl} [coll.]Zivil {n}
civvies [coll.]Zivilklamotten {pl} [ugs.]
civvies [coll.] Zivilkleidung {f}
civvies [coll.] Zivilsachen {pl} [Kleider]
civvies [coll.] [civilians]Zivilisten {pl}
civvy [coll.]Zivilist {m}
civvy street [Br.] [coll.] Zivilleben {n}
(cixiid) planthoppers [family Cixiidae]Glasflügelzikaden {pl}
clabbered milk Dickmilch {f}
clabbered milk Sauermilch {f}
clabbery [rare] matschig [ugs.]
clachan [Scot.] [North Irish] kleines Dorf {n}
clackKlappe {f}
clackKlappern {n}
clackGeklapper {n} [ugs.]
Clackamore [percussive Jew's harp][perkussive Maultrommel]
clacked geklappert
clacker Knaller {m}
clacker [Aus.] [coll. for: anus]Hintern {m} [ugs., hier: After]
clacker [Br.] [regional] [mouth]Mund {m}
clacking klappernd
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