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EnglishGerman
cobbled roadKopfsteinstraße {f}
cobbled stone streetKopfsteinpflasterstraße {f}
cobbled stone streetKopfsteinstraße {f}
cobbled street Straße {f} mit Kopfsteinpflaster
cobbled streetPflasterstraße {f}
cobbled together zusammengewürfelt [ugs.]
cobbler Flickschuster {m}
cobbler Schuster {m}
cobbler Schuhflicker {m}
cobblerAltmacher {m} [veraltet] [Flickschuster]
cobbler [Am.]Fruchtpastete {f}
cobbler [archaic] Pfuscher {m} [ugs.]
cobbler [female] [archaic] Pfuscherin {f} [ugs.]
Cobbler, stick to your last! Schuster, bleib bei deinem Leisten!
Cobbler, stick to your trade. Schuster, bleib bei deinen Leisten.
cobbler wobbegong [Sutorectus tentaculatus]Warzen-Teppichhai {m}
cobblers Schuster {pl}
cobblers [Br.] [coll.] [nonsense] Scheiß {m} [vulg.] [Schwachsinn]
cobblers [vulg.] [testicles]Eier {pl} [vulg.] [Hoden]
cobbler's apprentice Schusterjunge {m} [veraltet]
cobbler's bench Schusterbank {f}
cobbler's chest [Pectus excavatum] Trichterbrust {f}
cobbler's chest [Pectus excavatum] Schusterbrust {f}
cobbler's hammer Schusterhammer {m}
cobbler's pegs [genus Bidens]Zweizähne {pl}
cobbler's pegs [pl. treated as sg.] [Bidens pilosa, syn.: B. chinensis] Behaarter Zweizahn {m}
cobbler's pegs [pl. treated as sg.] [Bidens pilosa, syn.: B. chinensis]Nagelkraut {n}
cobbler's shop Schusterladen {m}
cobbler's shopSchusterei {f}
cobbler's stool Schusterschemel {m}
cobbler's waxSchusterpech {n}
cobbler's workshopSchusterwerkstatt {f}
(cobbler's) last Leisten {m} [für Schuhe]
cobbles {pl} Pflaster {n} [Kopfsteinpflaster]
cobbles {pl} Kopfsteinpflaster {n}
cobbles {pl} Katzenkopfpflaster {n}
cobbles {pl}Wackenpflaster {n}
cobbles {pl} Würfelkohle {f}
cobbles {pl} Geröll {n} [nach DIN 4047-3]
cobbles {pl} Knabbelkohle {f}
cobblestoneStümper {m} [großflächiger, oft runder Pflasterstein]
cobblestone Pflasterstein {m}
cobblestone unregelmäßiger rundlicher Pflasterstein {m}
cobblestone Kopfsteinpflaster {n}
cobblestone muffin [mit Zuckerguss und Streuseln bedeckter fruchtgefüllter Muffin]
cobble-stone pavementSteinpflaster {n}
cobblestone pavementKopfsteinpflaster {n}
cobblestone pavementKatzenkopfpflaster {n}
cobblestone road Kopfsteinpflasterstraße {f}
cobblestone road Kopfsteinstraße {f}
cobblestone wood flooring Holzpflaster {n}
cobblestoned road Kopfsteinpflasterstraße {f}
cobblestoned road Kopfsteinstraße {f}
cobblingflickend
cobbling schusternd
Cobb's wren [Troglodytes cobbi]Falklandzaunkönig {m}
cobby [of dogs, cats, horses, etc.: stocky, thickset]gedrungen [stämmiger Körperbau bes. bei Hunden, Katzen, Pferden]
Cobden-Chevalier TreatyCobden-Vertrag {m}
cobegos [order Dermoptera]Riesengleiter {pl}
cobegos [order Dermoptera] Pelzflatterer {pl}
cobegos [order Dermoptera]Flattermakis {pl}
cobegos [order Dermoptera]Colugos {pl} [Riesengleiter]
cobegos [order Dermoptera] Gleitflieger {pl} [Riesengleiter]
co-belligerent kriegsverbündet
Cobh Cobh {n}
cobia [Rachycentron canadum]Cobia {m}
cobia [Rachycentron canadum] Kobia {m}
cobia [Rachycentron canadum] Königsfisch {m}
cobia [Rachycentron canadum] Offiziersbarsch {m}
cobitid species Cobitidenart {f}
cobitid species Steinbeißerart {f}
cobitids [family Cobitidae]Cobitiden {pl} [Steinbeißer, Dorngrundeln]
coble [flat-bottomed fishing boat of a type used in Scotland and NE England] Fischerboot {n} [von der in Schottland und Nordost-England gebräuchlichen Art]
Coblenz [Germany] [spv.] Koblenz {n} [Rheinland-Pfalz]
cobnutgroße Haselnuss {f}
COBOL compiler COBOL-Übersetzer {m}
COBOL source programCOBOL-Quellprogramm {n}
COBOL statementCOBOL-Anweisung {f}
cobot [collaborative robot] Cobot {m} [kollaborativer Roboter]
coboundary Korand {m}
cobra Kobra {f}
Cobra [George Pan Cosmatos] Die City-Cobra
cobra catheter Kobrakatheter {m}
cobra catheterKobra-Katheter {m}
cobra effectKobra-Effekt {m}
cobra lily [Darlingtonia californica] Kobralilie {f}
cobra plant [Darlingtonia californica] Kobralilie {f}
cobra pose [bhujangasana]Kobrastellung {f} [Yoga]
cobra venom Kobragift {n}
Cobra Verde [also: Slave Coast]Cobra Verde [Werner Herzog]
Cobra Woman [Robert Siodmak] Die Schlangenpriesterin
co-branding Co-Branding {n}
cobranding [spv.]Cobranding {n} [Rsv.]
co-brother-in-law [spouse's sister's husband]Schwippschwager {m} [ugs.]
cobs männliche Schwäne {pl}
cobsSchwanenmännchen {pl}
cobsa [Romanian lute] Cobsa {f}
Coburg Coburg {n}
Coburg fox sheep [Ovis ammon aries]Coburger Fuchsschaf {n}
Coburg Island Coburg-Insel {f}
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