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EnglishGerman
CleobuleKleobule {f}
Cleomenean War Kleomenischer Krieg {m}
CleopatraKleopatra {f}
Cleopatra (butterfly) [Gonepteryx cleopatra]Kleopatra-Falter {m}
Cleopatra (butterfly) [Gonepteryx cleopatra]Mittelmeer-Zitronenfalter {m}
Cleopatra (butterfly) [Gonepteryx cleopatra]Südlicher Zitronenfalter {m}
Cleopatra VII PhilopatorKleopatra VII. {f} Philopator
Cleopatra's Gate [Tarsus]Kleopatra-Tor {n}
clepsammia [obs.] [sand glass] Sanduhr {f}
clepsydra Klepsydra {f}
cleptobiosis Cleptobiose {f}
cleptomania [spv.] Stehlsucht {f}
cleptomania [spv.]Kleptomanie {f}
cleptomaniac [spv.] kleptomanisch
cleptomaniac [female] [spv.]Kleptomanin {f}
cleptomaniac [spv.] Kleptomane {m}
cleptoparasitismKleptoparasitismus {m}
cleptophobiaKleptophobie {f}
clerestoryDachaufsatz {m} [z. B. im alten Zug]
clerestory Lichtgaden {m} [einer Kirche]
clerestoryObergaden {m}
clerestoryFenstergeschoss {n} [am Hauptschiff einer Kirche]
clerestoryFenstergaden {m} [Lichtgaden]
clerestory roof Laternendach {n}
clerestory window [of a church, cathedral]Obergadenfenster {n}
clergyPfarrerstand {m}
clergy {sg} [usually treated as pl.] Kleriker {pl}
clergy {sg} [usually treated as pl.]Pfarrer {pl}
clergy {sg} [usually treated as pl.] Geistliche {pl}
clergy [usually treated as pl.] Klerus {m}
clergy [usually treated as pl.]Geistlichkeit {f} [Klerus]
clergy [usually treated as pl.] Pfarrerschaft {f}
clergy [usually treated as pl.] Klerisei {f} [veraltet]
clergy [usually treated as pl.]Clerus {m} [Rsv.] [alt] [Klerus]
clergy memberKlerusmitglied {n}
clergymanGeistlicher {m}
clergymanPfarrer {m}
clergyman [cleric, priest] Kleriker {m}
clergyman's knee [coll.] [prepatellar bursitis] Schleimbeutelentzündung {f} am Knie [Entzündung des Schleimbeutels auf der Vorderseite der Kniescheibe]
clergyperson [female] [gender-neutral term, considered by some faddish or offensive]Pfarrerin {f}
clergyperson [male] [gender-neutral term, considered by some faddish or offensive] Pfarrer {m}
clergywomanGeistliche {f}
clergywoman [female fellow minister] Amtsschwester {f}
cleric Kleriker {m}
cleric Priester {m}
clericPfaffe {m} [pej.]
clericGeistlicher {m}
clericalkirchlich
clericalklerikal
clerical geistlich
clerical Schreib- [auf die Büroarbeit bezogen]
clerical [relating to office work] Büro-
clerical activityBürotätigkeit {f}
clerical appointmentBerufung {f} eines Geistlichen
clerical assistant Büroangestellter {m}
clerical assistant Bürogehilfe {m}
clerical assistant Gehilfe {m} eines Geistlichen
clerical assistant [female] Bürogehilfin {f}
clerical collar Kragen {m} eines Geistlichen
clerical collar Kollar {n}
clerical collar römischer Kragen {m}
clerical collarPriesterkragen {m} [nicht fachspr.]
clerical dutiesPflichten {pl} eines Geistlichen
clerical eliteKlerikerelite {f}
clerical employeesBüroangestellte {pl}
clerical employees {pl} [collectively]Büropersonal {n}
clerical equipment Büroausstattung {f}
clerical error Schreibfehler {m} [bes. bei Dokumenten, im Geschäftsleben]
clerical estate geistlicher Stand {m}
clerical fascism Klerikalfaschismus {m}
clerical fascist movementklerikalfaschistische Bewegung {f}
clerical fees Schreibgebühren {pl}
clerical grade mittlerer Dienst {m}
clerical job Bürojob {m} [ugs.]
clerical marriage Priesterehe {f}
clerical mistake Schreibfehler {m} [bes. bei Dokumenten, im Geschäftsleben]
clerical occupation Büroberuf {m}
clerical occupationBürobeschäftigung {f}
clerical occupation Bürotätigkeit {f}
clerical robes {pl}Amtstracht {f}
clerical script [Chinese calligraphy] Kanzleischrift {f}
clerical sealKlerikersiegel {n}
clerical sectorBürobereich {m} [Berufsfeld]
clerical staff Büropersonal {n}
clerical staffBürobelegschaft {f}
clerical stateKlerikerstand {m}
clerical theologyAmtstheologie {f}
clerical tonsureTonsur {f}
clerical work Büroarbeit {f}
clerical workSchreibarbeit {f}
clerical work stationSchreibarbeitsplatz {m}
clerical work study Büroarbeitsstudie {f}
clerical workerBüroangestellter {m}
clerical worker [female]Büroangestellte {f}
clerical workersBüroangestellte {pl}
clerical workers {pl} [collectively] [clerical staff] Büropersonal {n}
[clerical welfare and social work]Diakonie {f} [bes. ev. Kirche]
clericalisation [Br.] Klerikalisierung {f}
clericalism Klerikalismus {m}
clericalismPfaffenherrschaft {f} [pej.]
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