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EnglishGerman
collar beamKehlbalken {m}
collar beam roofKehlbalkendach {n}
collar bone Schlüsselbein {n}
collar bushingBundbuchse {f}
collar button Kragenknopf {m}
collar cells [choanocytes] Kragengeißelzellen {pl}
collar flange Überwurfflansch {m}
collar lining [sneaker]Innenfutter {n} [am Rand eines Sportschuhs]
collar of a coat Mantelkragen {m} [Kragen eines Mantels]
collar of a shirt Hemdenkragen {m} [Kragen eines Hemdes]
collar of the coatMantelkragen {m} [Kragen des Mantels]
collar of the shirt Hemdenkragen {m} [Kragen des Hemdes]
collar patch Kragenspiegel {m}
collar pointKragenecke {f}
collar point Kragenspitze {f}
collar pruning Tiefschnitt {m}
collar roofKehlbalkendach {n}
collar screw Ansatzschraube {f}
collar screwBundschraube {f}
collar screw Halsschraube {f}
collar shaft Bundwelle {f}
collar sizeKragengröße {f}
collar sizeKragenweite {f}
collar stains Kragenflecken {pl}
collar standKragensteg {m}
collar stay [Am.] Kragenstäbchen {n}
collar stiffenerKragenstäbchen {n}
collar stud Bundbolzen {m}
collar stud Kragenknopf {m}
collar with bellsKragen {m} mit Glöckchen
collarbone Schlüsselbein {n}
collarbone breathing [high breathing] Schlüsselbeinatmung {f} [Hochatmung]
collarbone fractureSchlüsselbeinbruch {m}
collarbone fracture Schlüsselbeinfraktur {f}
collar-button abscess Kragenknopfabszess {m}
coll'arco <c.a.> coll'arco <c.a.>
collard [Brassica oleraceae] Kohl {m}
collard greens {pl} [Brassica oleracea L., Acephala group]Blattkohl {m}
collaredmit Halsband [nachgestellt]
collared [coll.] geschnappt [ugs.] [Person]
collared accentor [Prunella collaris]Alpenbraunelle {f}
collared accentor [Prunella collaris] [alpine accentor] Fluhvogel {m} [regional] [Alpenbraunelle]
collared anteater [Tamandua mexicana] Nördlicher Tamandua {m}
collared anteater [Tamandua tetradactyla]Südlicher Tamandua {m}
collared antshrike [Sakesphorus bernardi, syn.: Thamnophilus bernardi]Fleckengesicht-Ameisenwürger {m}
collared antshrike [Sakesphorus bernardi]Weißnacken-Ameisenwürger {m}
collared apalis [Apalis ruwenzorii]Ruwenzorifeinsänger {m} [auch: Ruwenzori-Feinsänger]
collared aracari [Pteroglossus torquatus]Halsbandarassari {m} [auch: Halsband-Arassari]
collared araçari [Pteroglossus torquatus] Halsbandarassari {m} [auch: Halsband-Arassari]
collared brown lemur [Eulemur collaris] Halsbandmaki {m} [Lemur]
collared brushturkey / brush-turkey [Talegalla jobiensis] Halsbandtalegalla {n} [auch: Halsband-Talegalla]
collared bush robin [Luscinia johnstoniae] Formosablauschwanz {m}
collared bush-robin / bush robin [Tarsiger johnstoniae]Taiwanblauschwanz / Taiwan-Blauschwanz {m}
collared bush-robin / bush robin [Tarsiger johnstoniae]Formosablauschwanz {m}
collared bush-robin / bush robin [Tarsiger johnstoniae]Taiwanrötel {m}
collared butterflyfish [Am.] [Chaetodon collare] [red-tailed butterflyfish] Halsband-Falterfisch {m}
collared carpet sharks [family Parascylliidae] Kragenteppichhaie {pl}
collared carpetshark [Parascyllium collare]Kragenband-Teppichhai {m}
collared crescentchest [Melanopareia torquata] Zimtbandvogel {m}
collared crescent-chest [Melanopareia torquata] Zimtbandvogel {m}
collared crescentchest [spv.] [Melanopareia torquata] Rotnacken-Bandvogel {m}
collared crow [Corvus torquatus]Halsbandkrähe {f}
collared dwarf racer [Platyceps collaris, syn.: Coluber rubriceps] [snake] Rötliche Schlanknatter {f}
collared dwarf racer [Platyceps collaris, syn.: Eirenis collaris] [snake]Halsband-Zwergnatter {f} [auch: Halsbandzwergnatter]
collared dwarf racer [Platyceps collaris, syn.: Eirenis collaris] [snake] Rötliche Zornnatter {f}
collared earthstar [Geastrum triplex, syn.: G. michelianum] Halskrausen-Erdstern {m}
collared falcon [Microhierax caerulescens]Rotkehlfälkchen {n}
collared falconet [Microhierax caerulescens] Rotkehlfälkchen {n}
collared fibrecap [Br.] [Inocybe cincinnata] Braunvioletter Risspilz {m}
collared fibrecap [Br.] [Inocybe cincinnata] Lilastieliger Risspilz {m}
collared fibrecap [Br.] [Inocybe cincinnata] Lilaspitziger Risspilz {m}
collared finchbill [Spizixos semitorques]Halsbandbülbül {m}
collared finch-billed bulbul [Spizixos semitorques]Halsbandbülbül {m}
collared flycatcher [Ficedula albicollis] Halsbandschnäpper {m}
collared flycatcher [Ficedula semitorquata, syn.: Muscicapa semitorquata] Halbringschnäpper {m}
collared forest falcon [Micrastur semitorquatus] Kappenwaldfalke {m}
collared garter snake [Thamnophis cyrtopsis collaris] Halsband-Strumpfbandnatter {f} [auch: Halsbandstrumpfbandnatter]
collared gnatwren [Microbates collaris]Halsband-Degenschnäbler {m}
collared grey fantail [Br.] [Rhipidura fuliginosa] Graufächerschwanz {m}
collared grosbeak [Mycerobas affinis] Gelbschenkel-Kernbeißer {m}
collared hill partridge [Arborophila gingica, syn.: Tetrao gingicus] Chinesisches Waldrebhuhn {n}
collared hill-partridge [Arborophila gingica]Chinesisches Waldrebhuhn {n}
collared hill-partridge / hill partridge [Arborophila gingica, syn.: Tetrao gingicus] Chinabuschwachtel {f}
collared hill-partridge / hill partridge [Arborophila gingica, syn.: Tetrao gingicus] Fukien-Waldrebhuhn {n} [auch: Fukienwaldrebhuhn]
collared hummingbird [Florisuga mellivora] Weißnackenkolibri {m}
collared inca [Coeligena torquata]Krawattenmusketier {m} [Kolibri]
collared Inca [Coeligena torquata] Brustband-Andenkolibri {m}
collared jay [Cyanolyca armillata]Halsbandhäher {m}
collared kingfisher [Todiramphus chloris, syn.: Todirhamphus chloris, Halcyon chloris] Halsbandliest {m}
collared lark [Mirafra collaris]Halsbandlerche {f}
collared laughingthrush / laughing-thrush [Garrulax yersini, syn.: Trochalopteron yersini] Halsbandhäherling {m} [auch: Halsband-Häherling]
collared lemming [Dicrostonyx groenlandicus, syn.: D. kilangmiutak, D. rubricatus, Arvicola rubricatus] Nördlicher Halsbandlemming {m}
collared lemmings [genus Dicrostonyx]Halsbandlemminge {pl}
collared lory [Phigys solitarius]Einsiedlerlori {m}
collared mangabey [Cercocebus torquatus]Halsbandmangabe {f}
collared mangabey [Cercocebus torquatus] Rotscheitelmangabe {f}
collared mangabey [Cercocebus torquatus] Rotkopfmangabe {f}
collared marsh snake [Natriciteres fuliginoides]Braune Sumpfschlange {f}
collared mongoose [Herpestes semitorquatus]Halsbandmanguste {f}
collared morning warbler [Cichladusa arquata] Morgenrötel {m}
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