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cockatoo waspfish [Ablabys taenianotus]Schaukel-Stirnflosser {m}
cockatoos [family Cacatuidae] Kakadus {pl}
cockatrice Basilisk {m}
CockayneSchlaraffenland {n}
Cockayne syndrome Cockayne-Syndrom {n}
cock-bill klar zum Fallen [Anker]
cockchafer Maienkäfer {m} [regional]
cockchafer [Melolontha] Maikäfer {m}
cockchafer grubEngerling {m}
cockchafer grubsEngerlinge {pl}
cockchafer plagueMaikäferplage {f}
cockchafer soupMaikäfersuppe {f}
Cockcroft-Walton generator <CW generator> Cockcroft-Walton-Generator {m}
cockcrowHahnenschrei {m}
cock-crow Hahnenschrei {m}
cockcrow [fig.] Tagesanbruch {m}
cocked gespannt [Hahn]
cocked [leg] angewinkelt und (leicht) erhoben [Bein]
cocked and locked gespannt und gesichert
cocked and rotated [of a revolver] geladen und gespannt
cocked hatDreispitz {m}
cockerCocker {m} [ugs.]
cockerel Hähnchen {n}
cockereljunger Hahn {m}
cockerel Junghahn {m}
cockerelGickel {m} [südd.]
cockerel [obs.] [fig.] Streithahn {m} [ugs., oft hum.] [bei einem jungen Mann]
cockerel [obs.] [fig.]streitsüchtiger junger Mann {m}
cockerel chick Hahnenküken {n}
Cockerell's fantail [Rhipidura cockerelli] Cockerellfächerschwanz {m}
cockermeg Strebestempel {m}
cockers [archaic] [spats, spatterdashes]Gamaschen {pl}
cocket [costumhouse seal] Zollsiegel {n}
cockeyed [Am.] [coll.] betrunken
cockeyed [coll.] [fig.]lächerlich
cockeyed [coll.] [fig.]absurd
cockeyed [coll.] [fig.] unsinnig
cockeyed [cross-eyed]schielend [einwärts]
cockfight Hahnenkampf {m}
cockfighting Hahnenkampf {m}
cockfighting fanAnhänger {m} des Hahnenkampfes
cockfightsHahnenkämpfe {pl}
cockier eingebildeter
cockier dreister
cockiest [coll.] eingebildetste
cockily [coll.] eingebildet [arrogant]
cockinessDreistigkeit {f}
cockinessKeckheit {f}
cockinessEingebildetheit {f}
cockinessGroßspurigkeit {f}
cockiness [cheekiness]Übermut {m} [Frechheit, Keckheit]
cocking [ears, tail]aufrichtend [Ohren, Schwanz]
cockish [dated] [cocky] dreist
cockleMuschel {f}
cockle Ofen {m}
cockleHerd {m}
cockle Falte {f}
cockleRunzel {f}
cockle [Cerastoderma edule]Herzmuschel {f}
cockle [Lolium temulentum] Taumel-Lolch {m}
cockle [Lolium temulentum] Rauschgras {n}
cockle [Silene uralensis, syn.: Gastrolychnis uralensis] Kronlose Nelke {f}
cockle cylinderTrieur {m}
cockle stairs {pl} Wendeltreppe {f}
cocklebur [Agrimonia eupatoria, syn.: A. officinalis]Gewöhnlicher Odermennig {m}
cocklebur [Agrimonia eupatoria, syn.: A. officinalis]Gemeiner Odermennig {m}
cocklebur [Agrimonia eupatoria, syn.: A. officinalis]Ackerkraut {n}
cocklebur [Agrimonia eupatoria, syn.: A. officinalis]Kleiner Odermennig {m}
cocklebur [Arctium lappa]Große Klette {f}
cocklebur [genus Xanthium]Spitzklette {f}
cockled [puckered]sich verworfen
cockles [family Cardiidae]Herzmuscheln {pl}
cockle-shellMuschelschale {f}
cockleshell [small boat]kleines Boot {n}
cockleshell [small boat]Nussschale {f} [ugs.] [kleines Boot]
cockleshell orchid [Prosthechea cochleata, syn.: Encyclia cochleata, Anacheilium cochleatum, Epidendrum cochleatum] Tintenfischorchidee / Tintenfisch-Orchidee {f}
cockleshell orchid [Prosthechea cochleata, syn.: Encyclia cochleata, Anacheilium cochleatum, Epidendrum cochleatum] Herzmuschel-Orchidee {f}
cockleshell orchid [Prosthechea cochleata, syn.: Encyclia cochleata, Anacheilium cochleatum, Epidendrum cochleatum] (Encyclia) Octopussy {f} [Tintenfischorchidee]
cockling werfend
cockling [gathering cockles] Sammeln {n} von Herzmuscheln
cockloft Dachkammer {f}
cockney Cockney {m} [Person]
cockneyeingeborener Londoner {m}
CockneyUrlondoner {m}
cockney [the dialect or accent typical of cockneys]Cockney {n}
Cockney / cockney dialect Cockney-Dialekt {m}
cockney accentCockney-Akzent {m} [Akzent eines eingeborenen Londoners]
Cockney rhyming slang Cockney Rhyming Slang {m}
cockneys Londoner {pl}
cockpitKanzel {f} [auch Fahrergehäuse eines Treckers etc.]
cockpit Führerstand {m}
cockpit Pilotenkanzel {f}
cockpit Cockpit {n}
cockpitPlicht {f}
cockpitFlugzeugkanzel {f} [Pilotenkanzel, Cockpit]
cockpitPilotenkabine {f}
cockpit [canoe] Luke {f} [Kanu]
cockpit [for cock fighting]Hahnenkampfplatz {m}
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