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EnglishGerman
[conscript allowed to do non-military (esp. building) work]Bausoldat {m} [DDR]
conscriptable wehrdienstpflichtig
conscripted zwangsverpflichtet
conscripted eingezogen
conscriptedausgehoben [schweiz., sonst veraltet] [zum Wehrdienst einberufen]
conscripted dienstverpflichtet
conscripting aushebend
conscriptionAushebung {f}
conscription Einberufung {f}
conscription Wehrdienst {m}
conscriptionWehrpflicht {f}
conscriptionKonskription {f} [alte Art der Aushebung zum Wehrdienst]
conscription into the armyEinberufung {f} in die Armee
conscription law [also: Conscription Law] Wehrgesetz {n}
conscription notice Musterungsbescheid {m}
conscription of wealthVermögensabgabe {f}
conscription of wealth Vermögensabgabe {f} für Kriegszwecke
conscription orderEinberufungsbefehl {m}
conscription register Wehrstammrolle {f}
conscripts Wehrpflichtige {pl}
consecratedgesegnet
consecrated geweiht
consecrated konsekriert
consecrated by time [postpos.]von der Zeit geheiligt
consecrated earthgeweihte Erde {f}
consecrated ground geweihte Erde {f}
consecrated host Venerabile {n} [im Tabernakel aufbewahrte Hostie]
consecrated host geweihte Hostie {f}
consecrated oils heilige Öle {pl}
consecrated virgin gottgeweihte Jungfrau {f}
consecrated virgin geweihte Jungfrau {f}
consecratingsegnend
consecration Weihe {f}
consecrationEinweihung {f}
consecration Segnung {f}
consecration Widmung {f}
consecrationKonsekration {f}
consecrationWeihung {f}
consecration [bread and wine] Wandlung {f} [Messe]
consecration cross [crux signata]Weihekreuz {n}
consecration of a church Kirchweihe {f} [Weihe einer Kirche]
consecration of a church Einweihung {f} einer Kirche
consecration of a churchKirchenweihe {f} [Weihe einer Kirche]
consecration of a widowWitwenweihe {f}
consecration of an abbotAbtsweihe {f}
consecration of the altar Altarweihe {f}
consecration of the church Kirchweihe {f} [Weihe der Kirche]
consecration of the flag Fahnenweihe {f}
Consecration of the House Die Weihe des Hauses [Beethoven]
consecration toHingabe {f}
consecrator Weihender {m} [Konsekrator, Konsekrant]
consectary Schlussfolgerung {f}
consecutionFolge {f}
consecution Schlussfolgerungen {pl}
consecution of events Folge {f} von Ereignissen
consecutiveaufeinander folgend
consecutive aufeinanderfolgend
consecutivefortlaufend
consecutivefolgerichtig
consecutive konsekutiv
consecutivenacheinander folgend [alt]
consecutive in Folge [nachgestellt]
consecutivenacheinanderfolgend
consecutive clauseFolgesatz {m}
consecutive clause Konsekutivsatz {m}
consecutive fifths {pl} Quintparallele {f}
consecutive interpreting konsekutives Dolmetschen {n}
consecutive interpreting Konsekutivdolmetschen {n}
consecutive issues fortlaufende Hefte {pl}
consecutive numberfortlaufende Nummer {f}
consecutive numberZählnummer {f} [fortlaufende Nummer]
consecutive numbering fortlaufende Nummerierung {f}
consecutive numbersfortlaufende Nummern {pl}
consecutive numbers fortlaufende Zahlen {pl}
consecutive octaves {pl}Oktavparallele {f}
consecutive processing fortlaufende Verarbeitung {f}
consecutive reaction Folgereaktion {f}
consecutive rhyme Paarreim {m}
consecutive scarring konsekutive Narbenbildung {f}
consecutive symptomsFolgeerscheinungen {pl}
consecutive thinker folgerichtiger Denker {m}
consecutive translation konsekutive Übersetzung {f}
consecutively fortlaufend
consecutively hintereinander
consecutivelynachfolgend
consecutively aufeinander
consecutivelynacheinander
consecutivelyaufeinanderfolgend
consecutively numberedfortlaufend nummeriert
consecutivenessAufeinanderfolge {f}
consecutives Parallelen {pl} [Intervalle]
consenescencegleichzeitiges Altwerden {n}
consenescence Altersschwäche {f}
consensual auf gegenseitiger Zustimmung beruhend
consensualeinvernehmlich [geh.]
consensual einwilligend
consensualzustimmend
consensualkonsensuell
consensual gleichsinnig
consensualin demselben Sinne wirkend
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