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colloquial dictionary umgangssprachliches Wörterbuch {n}
colloquial Englishumgangssprachliches Englisch {n}
colloquial expression umgangssprachlicher Ausdruck {m}
colloquial German umgangssprachliches Deutsch {n}
colloquial language Umgangssprache {f}
colloquial language Volksmund {m}
colloquial phraseumgangssprachlicher Ausdruck {m}
colloquial proseumgangssprachliche Prosa {f}
colloquial speechumgangssprachliche Rede {f}
colloquial style umgangssprachlicher Stil {m}
colloquial termumgangssprachlicher Begriff {m}
colloquial usageumgangssprachliche Gepflogenheit {f} [geh.]
colloquial wordumgangssprachliches Wort {n}
[colloquial abbreviation for Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania]Meck-Pomm {n} [ugs.] [kurz für: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern]
[colloquial abbreviation for Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania] Meck-Pomm {n} [ugs.] [kurz für: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern]
[colloquial and dated and humorous name for Deutschmark]Emmchen {n} [ugs.] [hum.] [veraltend] [Mark]
[Colloquial name in Vienna for the Ottakringer canned beer] Sechzehnerblech {n} [österr.] [Wiener Dialekt]
[colloquial name of Henry (VII) German King 1220-1235, literally: "bracket henry", also called "bracket seventh"] Klammerheinrich {m} [ugs.] [auch: Klammersiebter, Heinrich (VII.) dt. König von 1220-1235]
[colloquial synomym for the German Federal Ministry of Defence]Hardthöhe {f} [ugs.] [Bundesministerium der Verteidigung] [erster Dienstsitz der Behörde]
[colloquial term for hypochondria] Morbus Mohl {m} [ugs.]
[colloquial term for the notification sent by a school to parents informing them that their child is in danger of having to repeat a year] blauer Brief {m} [ugs.]
colloquialismAusdruck {m} der Umgangssprache
colloquialism umgangssprachlicher Ausdruck {m}
colloquialism volkstümlicher Sprachgebrauch {m} [Alltagssprache od. Umgangssprache]
colloquialism Kolloquialismus {m}
colloquialisms umgangssprachliche Ausdrücke {pl}
colloquialist [conversationalist]gewandter Gesprächspartner {m} [bewandert in der Kunst der Konversation]
colloquialityUmgangssprachlichkeit {f}
colloquially in der Umgangssprache
colloquially <coll.> umgangssprachlich <ugs.>
colloquialness Umgangssprachlichkeit {f}
colloquist Gesprächspartner {m}
colloquium Kolloquium {n}
colloquy Gespräch {n}
colloquy Dialog {m}
colloquyKolloquium {n} [Gespräch, Dialog]
colloquy [formal] [conversation]Konversation {f} [geh.]
colloquy [religious disputation] Religionsgespräch {n}
Colloquy of Worms [1541, 1557]Wormser Religionsgespräch {n}
collotypeLichtdruckverfahren {n}
collotype Farblichtdruck {m}
collotypeLichtdruckplatte {f}
colloxylinum [obs.] [colloxylin, pyroxylin]Colloxylinum {n}
colluctation Streit {m}
colludedkonspiriert
colluder Verschwörer {m} [kriminell]
colludingkonspirierend
collum carcinoma [rare] [cervical carcinoma]Kollumkarzinom {n}
[Collum proconsulare] Cäsarenhals {m} [auch: Zäsarenhals, Caesarenhals] [ödematös geschwollener Hals bei toxischer Diphtherie]
collunarium Nasendusche {f}
collunarium Nasenspülung {f}
collunarium Collunarium {n}
collusion Kollusion {f}
collusion geheime Absprache {f}
collusion geheimes Einverständnis {n}
collusionvorherige Absprache {f}
collusionbetrügerisches Einverständnis {n}
collusionVerdunkelung {f} [durch geheime Absprache]
collusion Absprache {f} [geheim, ungesetzlich]
collusionProzessbetrug {m}
collusion geheime Zusammenarbeit {f}
collusionsKollusionen {pl}
collusive betrügerisch verabredet
collusive abgekartet [ugs.]
collusiveabgesprochen
collusive in geheimem Einverständnis
collusive insgeheim verabredet
collusivekollusiv
collusive behavior [Am.]geheime Absprachen {pl}
collusive behaviour [Br.] geheime Absprachen {pl}
collusively betrügerisch verabredet
collusivenessGeheimtuerei {f}
collutorium Mundwasser {n}
colluvial kolluvial
colluvial zusammengeschwemmt
colluvial soilKolluvialboden {m}
colluvial soilKolluvisol {m} [Bodentyp]
colluvium Kolluvium {n}
colluviumZusammenschwemmung {f}
collyrite Kollyrit {m}
collyrium [archaic] Kollyrium {n}
collywobbles [coll.]Magenflattern {n} [ugs.]
collywobbles [coll.] flaues Gefühl {n} (im Magen)
collywobbles [coll.] Bauchgrimmen {n} [ugs.]
Colmar pocket [World War II] Brückenkopf {m} Elsass
colmatage Kolmatage {f}
colmatationKolmatation {f}
colmatation Kolmation {f}
colmatation Kolmatierung {f}
colmation Kolmation {f}
colmation Auflandung {f} [Kolmation]
colo [coll.] [colocation center/centre] Rechenzentrum {n} <RZ> [für Server-Housing]
coloboma Kolobom {n}
colocalisation [Br.]Kolokalisierung {f}
colocalisation [Br.] Colokalisierung {f}
colocalised [Br.]kolokalisiert
colocalizationKolokalisierung {f}
colocalizationColokalisierung {f}
colocalized kolokalisiert
co-location gemeinsame Unterbringung {f}
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