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Cochlostoma septemspirale [terrestrial snail in the family Diplommatinidae]Kleine Walddeckelschnecke {f}
Cochlostoma septemspirale [terrestrial snail in the family Diplommatinidae] Kleine Wald-Turmdeckelschnecke {f} [österr.]
Cochlostoma septemspirale heydenianum [syn.: Cochlostoma (Cochlostoma) septemspirale heydenianum] [terrestrial snail in the family Diplommatinidae]Dicklippige Walddeckelschnecke {f}
Cochlostoma tergestinum [terrestrial snail in the family Diplommatinidae]Triester Turmdeckelschnecke {f}
Cochlostoma waldemari [terrestrial snail in the family Diplommatinidae] Spitze Walddeckelschnecke {f} [selten für: Cochlostoma waldemari]
Cochlostomatidae [family of land snails] [rare: cochlostomatids] Kleine Turmdeckelschnecken {pl} [Landschneckenfamilie]
cochonnet Schweinchen {n} [Zielkugel (Cochonnet) im Boule, Pétanque]
cochonnet [aim ball]Zielkugel {f} [Cochonnet]
Cochrane CollaborationCochrane Collaboration {f} [weltweites Netz von Wissenschaftlern und Ärzten]
Cochran's theorem [also: Cochran theorem]Satz {m} von Cochran
cochromite [(Co,Ni,Fe)(Cr,Al)2O4]Cochromit {m}
co-citation Kozitation {f}
cockGockel {m} [bes. südd., sonst ugs., hum.]
cock Hahn {m}
cock Gockelhahn {m} [ugs.] [bes. Kindersprache]
cock Kloben {m} [im Uhrwerk]
cockGickel {m} [südd.]
cock Männchen {n} [bei Vögeln]
cock [attr.] [cock salmon, cock trout, etc.]männlich [hier: bei gewissen Fischen, etwa den Lachsartigen]
cock [bird]Vogelmännchen {n}
cock [Br.] [coll.] [mate] Spezi {m} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [Kumpel]
cock [Callista chione, syn.: C. (Callista) chione, C. coccinea, C. vulgaris, Cytherea chione, Pectunculus glaber, Venus chione]Braune Venusmuschel {f}
cock [Callista chione, syn.: C. (Callista) chione, C. coccinea, C. vulgaris, Cytherea chione, Pectunculus glaber, Venus chione]Glatte Venusmuschel {f}
cock [Callista chione, syn.: C. (Callista) chione, C. coccinea, C. vulgaris, Cytherea chione, Pectunculus glaber, Venus chione]Glänzende Venusmuschel {f}
cock [coll. for: mate] [Br.]Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
cock [in older firearms] [hammer] Hahn {m} [bei älteren / früheren Schusswaffen]
cock [vulg.] Penis {m}
cock [vulg.]Schwanz {m} [vulg.]
cock [vulg.] Pimmel {m} [ugs.]
cock [vulg.] Nille {f} [vulg.] [Penis]
cock [vulg.]Dödel {m} [nordd., ugs.: Penis]
cock [vulg.] Schniepel {m} [ugs.] [Penis]
cock and ball rings <C&B rings> [erotic product] Penis-Hoden-Ringe {pl} [Erotikbedarf]
cock and ball torture <CBT> [BDSM] Penis- und Hodenfolter {f} [BDSM]
cock and bull story Lügengeschichte {f}
cock blocker [coll.] Schwanzblocker {m} [vulg., selten: Person, die den erot. Annäherungsversuch einer (männl.) anderen an eine dritte zunichte macht]
cock chafer [Melolontha] Maikäfer {m}
cock chafer grubEngerling {m}
cock cheese [vulg.] [smegma]Nillenkäse {m} [vulg.] [Vorhauttalg]
cock crowHahnenschrei {m}
cock dove Täuberich {m}
cock lord and lady lord [lord and lady] [Histrionicus histrionicus] Kragenentenpärchen {pl}
cock o' the north [Fringilla montifringilla]Bergfink {m}
cock o' the north [Fringilla montifringilla] Nordfink {m}
cock of the roost Hahn {m} im Korb
cock of the walk Hauptperson {f}
cock of the walk [amongst women] [idiom] Hahn {m} im Korb [Idiom]
cock of the walk [idiom] [someone who dominates others within a group]der Größte {m} [das Alphatier]
cock of the walk [idiom] [someone who dominates others within a group]King {m} [ugs.] [Hauptperson, Anführer]
cock of the wood [coll.] [capercailzie] [Tetrao urogallus]Auerhahn {m} [männliches Auerhuhn]
cock pigeon Taubenmännchen {n}
cock pigeon Tauber {m}
cock pigeon Täuber {m}
cock pigeon Tauberich {m}
cock pigeon Täuberich {m}
cock prick [sl.] [vulg.] Arschloch {n} [vulg.]
cock ring [erection ring] Cockring {m} [mechanische Potenzhilfe]
cock robin [Lophodytes cucullatus, syn.: Mergus cucullatus] [dated] [hooded merganser] Kappensäger {m}
cock screw [flintlock]Hahnschraube {f} [Steinschloss]
cock sparrow Sperlingmännchen {n}
cock sparrowSperlingsmännchen {n}
cock sucker [vulg.] Schwanzlutscher {m} [vulg.]
cock sucking [vulg.] Schwanzlutschen {n} [vulg.]
cock swallow Schwalbenmännchen {n}
cockade Kokarde {f}
Cockade State [nickname] [Maryland][Spitzname für Maryland, USA]
cockadesKokarden {pl}
cockade-shaped schießscheibenförmig [kokardenförmig]
cock-a-doodle-dooKikeriki {n}
cock-a-hoop außer sich vor Freude
cock-a-hoopganz aus dem Häuschen [ugs.] [fig.]
cockaigne Schlaraffenland {n}
cock-a-leekie schottische Hühnersuppe {f}
cockalorum [coll.] [dated]Wichtigtuer {m}
cockalorum [coll.] [dated] aufgeblasener Gockel {m} [pej.] [ugs.] [Wichtigtuer]
cockalorum [coll.] [dated] Aufschneider {m} [pej.]
cockamamie [Am.] [sl.] lächerlich
cockamamie [Am.] [coll.] verwirrend
cockamamie [Am.] [coll.] absurd
cockamamie [Am.] [coll.] [implausible]unplausibel
cockamamie [Am.] [coll.] [outlandish] absonderlich
cockamamie [Am.] [coll.] [pej.] [also: cockamamy, -manie or -many] [incredible] fadenscheinig [pej.] [unglaubwürdig]
cockamamie [Am.] [coll.] [too crazy to be believed]zu verrückt (um glaubhaft zu sein)
cockamamie [Am.] [sl.] [implausible]unglaubwürdig
cockamamie [coll.] [Am.] blöd [ugs.]
cockamamie / cockamamy [Am.] [obs.] [sl.] [of poor quality] mies [ugs.]
cockamamie / cockamamy [Am.] [sl.] [worthless, poor] ziemlich wertlos
cock-and-bull stories {pl} Jägerlatein {n}
cock-and-bull storyAmmenmärchen {n}
cock-and-bull storySeemannsgarn {n}
cock-and-bull story [coll.] Lügenmärchen {n} [ugs.]
cock-and-bull story [coll.] Räuberpistole {f} [ugs.] [unglaubwürdige Geschichte]
cock-and-bull story [coll.] haarsträubende Geschichte {f} [Ammenmärchen]
cock-and-bull story [coll.] Räubergeschichte {f} [ugs.] [fig.] [unglaubwürdige Geschichte]
cockatiel [Nymphicus hollandicus] Nymphensittich {m}
cockatooKakadu {m}
cockatoo dwarf cichlid [Apistogramma cacatuoides] Kakadu-Zwergbuntbarsch {m}
cockatoo leaf-fish [Ablabys taenianotus] Schaukel-Stirnflosser {m}
cockatoo species Kakaduart {f} [auch: Kakadu-Art]
cockatoo waspfish [Ablabys taenianotus] Schaukel-Stirnflosser {m}
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