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convulsive coughHustenkrampf {m}
convulsive cough krampfhafter Husten {m}
convulsive coughKrampfhusten {m}
convulsive fit Krampfanfall {m}
convulsive grinverkrampftes Grinsen {n}
convulsive laughter erschütterndes Gelächter {n}
convulsive laughterZwangslachen {n}
convulsive motionsverkrampfte Bewegungen {pl}
convulsive movement zuckende Bewegung {f}
convulsive sobbingkrampfartiges Schluchzen {n}
convulsive sobbing Weinkrämpfe {pl}
convulsive therapyKrampftherapie {f}
convulsive therapyKonvulsionstherapie {f}
convulsivelykrampfhaft [Zuckung]
convulsively konvulsivisch
convulsiveness Krampfhaftigkeit {f}
Conway chained arrow notation verkettete Pfeilschreibweise {f} [Conway]
Conway group Conwaygruppe {f}
Conway sequenceConway-Folge {f}
con-wise [Am.] [sl.] knasterfahren [ugs.]
Conwy Conwy {n}
cony [spv.] [coney] Kaninchen {n}
cony-catcherKaninchenfänger {m}
cony-catcher [fig.] [dated]Bauernfänger {m} [fig.] [pej.]
coo Gurren {n}
co-occurrence Zusammentreffen {n}
co-occurrence Kookkurrenz {f}
co-occurrencegemeinsames Auftreten {n}
cooccurrence [spv.]Kookkurrenz {f}
cooccurrence matrixCooccurrence-Matrix {f}
co-occurrence matrix Kookkurenzmatrix {f} [selten]
co-occurrence matrix Grauwertematrix {f} [Cooccurrence-Matrix]
co-occurring gleichzeitig auftretend
cooch [short for: Coochie Coochie (dance), also: hoochie-coochie, hoochy-koochy] [erotic dance] Hoochie Coochie {m} [auch: Hoochy Coochy, Hoochy Koochy, Hoochie Koochie]
cooch [sl.] Muschi {f} [vulg.]
coochie [sl.] Muschi {f} [vulg.]
coochie [vulg.] Fotze {f} [vulg.]
coo-coo [Am.] [sl.] Verrückter {m}
coo-coo [Am.] [sl.] Schwachsinniger {m}
cooed gegurrt
cooee [Aus.]Rufweite {f}
Cooee! [coll.] Huhu! [ugs.]
Cooey! [coll.]Huhu! [ugs.]
Coogan's Bluff [Don Siegel]Coogans großer Bluff
cooing gurrend
cooing Kosen {n}
cooingGurren {n}
cooing sounds Gurrlaute {pl}
coojong [Aus.] [Acacia saligna]Weidenblatt-Akazie {f}
cook Koch {m}
cook [chess] Nebenlösung {f} [Schach]
cook [female]Köchin {f}
cook [of a ship] Schmutt {m} [auch Smut, Smutje, Schmuud] [Schiffskoch]
Cook Ice Shelf Cook-Schelfeis {n}
Cook InletCook Inlet {n}
Cook Island kingfisher [Todiramphus ruficollaris, syn.: Todirhamphus ruficollaris, Halcyon ruficollaris, H. mangaia] Mangaialiest {m}
Cook Islands <.ck>Cookinseln {pl}
Cook Islands fruit dove [Ptilinopus rarotongensis] Rarotongafruchttaube {f}
Cook Islands reed warbler [Acrocephalus kerearako]Mangaiarohrsänger {m}
Cook Islands swiftlet [Aerodramus sawtelli]Atiusalangane {f}
Cook Islands warbler [Acrocephalus kerearako]Mangaiarohrsänger {m}
cook of the booksPerson {f}, die Bücher verschleiert
cook recipe book Kochrezeptbuch {n}
Cook Strait Cookstraße {f}
Cook Strait blue penguin [Eudyptula minor variabilis, syn.: E. albosignata variabilis]Cook-Zwergpinguin {m}
Cook Strait blue penguin [Eudyptula minor variabilis, syn.: E. albosignata variabilis]Wellington-Zwergpinguin {m}
Cook wanted. Köchin / Koch gesucht.
cookable kochbar
cookbook Kochbuch {n}
cookbook author Kochbuchautor {m}
cookbook editor [reader, proofreader]Kochbuchlektor {m}
cookbook holderKochbuchhalter {m}
cook-chill food Kühlkost {f} [Lebensmittel und Speisen aus dem Kühlregal]
Cooke BluffCooke Bluff {n} [Felsenkliff der Antarktis]
Cooke triplet Cooke-Triplet {n}
cooked gekocht
cooked gar
cooked gegart
cooked [fig.] [coll.]durchgeschmort [ugs.]
cooked account frisiertes Konto {n}
cooked accounts [coll.] frisierte Konten {pl} [ugs.]
cooked books [coll.]frisierte Bücher {pl} [ugs.]
cooked cheese Kochkäse {m}
cooked dessert Mehlspeise {f} [österr.]
cooked hamgekochter Schinken {m}
cooked mealwarmes Essen {n}
cooked sausage Kochwurst {f}
cooked until softweich gekocht
cooked up story [coll.] Lügenmärchen {n}
[cooked meatballs in a white sauce with capers] Königsberger Klopse {pl}
[cooked until soft and thickened but not set, esp. custard] zur Rose abgezogen [Arbeitstechnik bei Eigelbmasse]
cookee [Am.] [coll.] [also: cookie] [cook or cook's helper] Koch {m} [bes. als Hilfskraft]
cookee [Am.] [coll.] [also: cookie] [female cook or cook's helper]Köchin {f} [bes. als Hilfskraft]
cookeite [LiAl4(Si3Al)O10(OH)8]Cookeit {m} [ein Chlorit]
cookerGeschichtenmacher {m}
cooker [Br.]Herd {m}
cooker [Br.] Küchenherd {m}
cooker [Br.] Ofen {m} [regional] [Kochherd]
cooker [coll.] [cooking apple]Kochapfel {m}
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