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cognitive phonologykognitive Phonologie {f}
cognitive pilot channel <CPICH, CPC> kognitiver Pilotkanal {m}
cognitive poetics Kognitive Literaturwissenschaft {f}
cognitive processkognitiver Vorgang {m}
cognitive process Erkenntnisprozess {m}
cognitive processVerstehensprozess {m}
cognitive process kognitiver Prozess {m}
cognitive process Denkprozess {m}
cognitive process Denkprozeß {m} [alt]
cognitive process kognitiver Prozeß {m} [alt]
cognitive processingkognitive Verarbeitung {f}
cognitive psychology Kognitionspsychologie {f}
cognitive psychology kognitive Psychologie {f}
cognitive psychology Erkenntnispsychologie {f}
cognitive scienceKognitionswissenschaft {f}
cognitive science {sg}Kognitionswissenschaften {pl} [kollektiv]
cognitive sciencesKognitionswissenschaften {pl}
cognitive scientist Kognitionswissenschaftler {m}
cognitive semantics [treated as sg.] kognitive Semantik {f}
cognitive significance Erkenntniswert {m}
cognitive skill kognitive Fähigkeit {f}
cognitive state kognitiver Zustand {m}
cognitive system Erkenntnissystem {n}
(cognitive) consistency theory(kognitive) Konsistenztheorie {f}
cognitive-biology [attr.] kognitionsbiologisch
cognitive-enhancing drug Nootropikum {n}
cognitive-enhancing drugs Nootropika {pl}
cognitive-therapeutic interventionkognitiv-verhaltenstherapeutische Maßnahme {f}
cognitivism Kognitivismus {m}
cognitivist kognitivistisch
cognizabilityErkennbarkeit {f}
cognizable erkennbar
cognizably erkennbar
cognizance Kenntnis {f}
cognizance [realization, perception] Erkenntnis {f} [Wahrnehmung]
cognizant zuständig
cognizant [informed] unterrichtet
cognizant (of sth.) [formal] [aware] (etw. [Gen.]) bewusst
cognomen Spitzname {m}
cognomen [third name under Roman naming conventions] Cognomen {n} [Rsv.] [dritter Namensbestandteil der regulären römischen Namensgebung]
cognomen [third name under Roman naming conventions]Kognomen {n} [dritter Namensbestandteil der regulären römischen Namensgebung]
cognomina {pl}Cognomina {pl} [Beinamen]
cognoscente [rare, slightly ironic]Experte {m}
cognoscentiKenner {pl}
cognoscenti [slightly ironic: connoisseurs] Cognoscenti {pl}
cognoscenti [slightly ironic] Experten {pl}
cognoscibilityErkennbarkeit {f}
cogon grass [Imperata cylindrica](Japanisches) Blutgras {n}
cogon grass [Imperata cylindrica]Flammengras {n}
cogon grass [Imperata cylindrica]Silberrispe {f} [Grasart]
co-governing [Am.]mitregierend
cograph Cograph {m} [Rsv.]
cographKograph {m}
cogs Radzähne {pl}
cogsZahnräder {pl}
cogsetSchraubkranz {m}
Cogsworth [Disney]Herr von Unruh
co-guardianMitvormund {m}
co-guardianNebenvormund {m}
cogue [Scot.] [pail] Holzeimer {m}
cogwheel Zahnrad {n}
cogwheel Polrad {n}
cogwheel Kammrad {n}
cogwheel engine Zahnradbahnlokomotive {f}
cogwheel locomotiveZahnradbahnlokomotive {f}
cogwheel meshing Zahnradeingriff {m}
cogwheel phenomenon Zahnradphänomen {n}
cogwheel railway [Br.]Zahnradbahn {f}
cohabital injuriesKohabitationsverletzungen {pl}
cohabitantPartner {m} in wilder Ehe
cohabitantMitbewohner {m}
cohabitantPartner {m}
cohabitant Lebenspartner {m} [in wilder Ehe, nicht verheiratet]
cohabitant Lebensabschnittsgefährte {m} <LAG> [ugs.]
cohabitant [female] Partnerin {f} in wilder Ehe
cohabitant [female] Partnerin {f}
cohabitant [female] Lebenspartnerin {f} [in wilder Ehe, nicht verheiratet]
cohabitant [female] Lebensabschnittsgefährtin {f} <LAG> [ugs.]
cohabitant [in a house] Hausgenosse {m}
cohabitation Zusammenwohnen {n}
cohabitation (eheähnliche) Lebensgemeinschaft {f}
cohabitationeheähnliche Gemeinschaft {f}
cohabitationKohabitation {f}
cohabitationZusammenleben {n}
cohabitation [without legal marriage]Konkubinat {n} [schweiz.] [wertfreier Begriff für eheähnliche Lebensgemeinschaft]
cohabitation partner Lebenspartner {m}
[cohabitation of widow with a man so that she keeps pension rights]Onkelehe {f}
cohabitational eheähnlich
cohabitations Kohabitationen {pl}
cohabited kohabitiert
cohabitee Partner {m} in einer nichtehelichen Lebensgemeinschaft
cohabitee [female] [in house] Hausgenossin {f}
cohabitee [in apartment] Mitbewohnerin {f}
cohabitee [in apartment]Mitbewohner {m}
cohabitee [in house] Hausgenosse {m}
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