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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.
cookbookKochbuch {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 Bluff Cooke Bluff {n} [Felsenkliff der Antarktis]
Cooke tripletCooke-Triplet {n}
cooked gekocht
cooked [fig.] [coll.]durchgeschmort [ugs.]
cooked accountfrisiertes Konto {n}
cooked accounts [coll.] frisierte Konten {pl} [ugs.]
cooked books [coll.]frisierte Bücher {pl} [ugs.]
cooked cheeseKochkäse {m}
cooked dessert Mehlspeise {f} [österr.]
cooked hamgekochter Schinken {m}
cooked mealwarmes Essen {n}
cooked sausageKochwurst {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}
cooker [small, simple stove] Kocher {m}
cooker care [Br.]Herdpflege {f}
cooker hood Dunstabzugshaube {f}
cooker hood ventilator Dampfabzug {m}
cookeriesKochkünste {pl}
cookeryKochkunst {f}
cookery [Am.]Kochstelle {f}
cookery [attr.] [esp. Br.] [e.g. book, course, demonstration] Koch- [z. B. Buch, Kurs, Vorführung]
cookery [cooking, cookery art]Kochen {n} [Kochkunst]
cookery book [esp. Br.]Kochbuch {n}
cookery course Kochkurs {m}
cookery demonstrations Kochvorführungen {pl}
cookery lessonKochstunde {f}
cookery recipe book [esp. Br.] Kochrezeptbuch {n}
cookery section {sg} Kochseiten {pl} [eines Frauenmagazins]
cookery writer [esp. Br.] Kochbuchautor {m}
Cooke's shark [Echinorhinus cookei]Stachelhai {m}
cookess [rare]Köchin {f}
cook-generalMädchen {n} für alles
cookhouse Küchenbau {m}
cookhouse Schiffsküche {f}
cookhouseKochhaus {n}
cookhouse Küchentrakt {m}
cookhouse [Br.] Kantine {f}
cookhouse wallah [sl.]Küchenbulle {m} [ugs.]
cookie Cookie {m} {n}
cookie [Am.]Keks {m} [österr., sonst selten auch: {n}]
cookie [Am.] Plätzchen {n} [Gebäck]
cookie [Am.] Kekserl {n} [österr.] [Diminutiv]
cookie [Am.] Guetzli {n} [schweiz.] [Keks]
cookie [Am.] Cookie {m} {n} [Keks, Plätzchen]
cookie [Am.]Guetsli {n} [schweiz.]
cookie [Am.] [coll.] Puppe {f} [ugs.] [sexy Mädchen]
cookie [Am.] [coll.] [also: cookee] [cook or cook's helper]Koch {m} [bes. als Hilfskraft]
cookie [Am.] [sl.] [person] Typ {m} [ugs.] [Mann]
cookie box [Am.] [cookie tin] Keksdose {f}
cookie box [Am.] [of paper or cardboard]Keksschachtel {f}
cookie cutter [Am.] Plätzchenform {f}
cookie cutter [Am.]Ausstechform {f}
cookie cutter [Am.] Plätzchenscherblock {m} [Plätzchenausstecher]
cookie cutter [Am.] Keksausstecher {m}
cookie cutter shark [Isistius brasiliensis] Zigarrenhai {m}
cookie cutters [Am.] Ausstechförmchen {pl}
cookie dough [Am.]Plätzchenteig {m}
cookie dough [Am.] Keksteig {m} [österr.]
cookie dough sea cucumber [Isostichopus badionotus] Variable Seegurke {f}
cookie dough sea cucumber [Isostichopus badionotus]Drei-Reihen-Seewalze {f}
cookie factoryKeksfabrik {f}
cookie jar [Am.] Keksdose {f}
cookie jar [Am.] Keksglas {n}
cookie monster [hum.] [cookie lover]Krümelmonster {n} [hum.] [Keksliebhaber]
Cookie Monster [Sesame Street] Krümelmonster {n} [Sesamstraße]
cookie press [Am.]Gebäckspritze {f}
cookie press [Am.] Plätzchenspritze {f}
cookie press [Am.] Keksspritze {f} [selten]
cookie sheet [Am.] Backblech {n}
cookie tin [Am.] Keksdose {f}
cookie value Cookie-Wert {m}
cookie-bite hearing loss [U-shaped hearing loss]Badewannen-Hörverlust {m} [senkenförmig]
cookie-cutter [Am.] Durchschnitts-
cookie-cutter [Am.]identisch
cookie-cutter [Am.] [attr.]nullachtfünfzehn <08/15> [ugs.] [pej.]
cookie-cutter approach [Am.] [often pej.] Schema F {n} [ugs.]
cookiecutter shark [Isistius brasiliensis]Zigarrenhai {m}
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