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cracker-barrel philosopher [Am.]Kneipenphilosoph {m} [pej.]
cracker-barrel philosophyStammtischphilosophie {f} [pej.]
crackerberry [Cornus canadensis, syn.: Chamaepericlymenum canadense] Zwerg-Hartriegel / Zwerghartriegel {m}
crackerberry [Cornus canadensis]Kanadischer Hartriegel {m}
crackerjack [also: crackajack] [esp. Am.] [coll.] toll [ugs.] [stark]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] absolut spitze [ugs.]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] bombig [ugs.]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] prima [ugs.]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] [excellent person] toller Kerl {m} [ugs.]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] [excellent person] Mordskerl {m} [ugs.]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] [excellent thing]tolle Sache {f} [ugs.]
crackerjack [esp. Am.] [coll.] [excellent thing] Mordsding {n} [ugs.]
crackerjack [person] [esp. Am.] [coll.] Kanone {f} [fig.] [ugs.] [Alleskönner]
crackerjack [person] [esp. Am.] [coll.] Leistungsträger {m}
crackerjack [thing] [esp. Am.] [coll.] Knüller {m} [ugs.]
crackersKekse {pl} [meist salzig, Kräcker]
crackers {pl} Knabbergebäck {n}
crackers [Br.] [coll.] übergeschnappt [ugs.]
crackers [coll.] verrückt [ugs.] [oft pej.] [geistig wirr]
crack-free rissfrei
crackhead [sl.] Cracksüchtiger {m}
cracking Brennriss {m}
crackingHaarrisse {pl}
cracking Cracken {n}
crackingKrackung {f}
cracking [Br.] [coll.]super [ugs.]
cracking good [esp. Br.] [coll.] [excellent] toll [ugs.] [großartig, hervorragend]
cracking joints Gelenkknacken {n}
cracking noise Knack {m} [Geräusch]
cracking pressureBerstdruck {m}
cracking pressure Öffnungsdruck {m}
cracking resistance Risswiderstand {m}
cracking resistance Rissbeständigkeit {f}
cracking sound Knacken {n}
cracking soundKnack {m}
cracking test Rissprüfung {f}
crackjaw [Am.] zungenbrecherisch
crackjaw [Am.]Zungenbrecher {m}
crackle Prasseln {n}
crackle [of paper, fire]Knistern {n}
crackle [of twigs, telephone line] Knacken {n}
crackle finishEisblumenlackierung {f} [Strukturoberfläche]
crackleberry [Gaylussacia baccata, syn.: G. resinosa, Andromeda baccata]Schwarze Buckelbeere {f}
crackled geknistert
crackles {pl} [crackling noise heard on auscultation of the lungs]Rasselgeräusch {n} <RG>
crackles [crackling noises heard on auscultation of the lungs] Rasselgeräusche {pl} <RG>
crackling knisternd
crackling prasselnd [Feuer]
crackling Geknatter {n} [ugs.] [Radio]
crackling Geknister {n}
crackling knusprig
crackling Bratenkruste {f}
crackling Knacken {n} [z. B. Kiefer]
crackling Kruste {f} [beim Braten]
cracklingKnistern {n}
crackling [radio]Knattern {n} [Funkverkehr]
crackling fatGriebenschmalz {n}
crackling fat Grammelschmalz {n} [österr.] [bayer.]
crackling jawKiefergelenkknacken {n}
crackling rale [crepitation]Knisterrasseln {n} [Crepitatio, bei Lungenentzündung]
cracknelKrokant {m}
cracknel harter Keks {m}
crack-opening displacement test <CODT> Rissöffnungsversuch {m}
crackpot [coll.] Verrückter {m}
crackpot [coll.] Exzentriker {m}
crackpot [coll.] bescheuert [ugs.]
crackpot [coll.]verrückt [ugs.] [oft pej.] [geistig wirr]
crackpot [coll.] Spinner {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
crackpot [female] [coll.] Verrückte {f}
crackpot idea [coll.]Schnapsidee {f} [ugs.]
crackpot idea [coll.] Schwachsinnsidee {f} [ugs.]
crackpots [coll.]Verrückte {pl}
cracks Ritzen {pl}
cracksman [sl.] Safeknacker {m} [ugs.]
crack-tested rissgeprüft
Cracktrack Glacier Cracktrack-Gletscher {m}
crackup Zusammenbruch {m}
crack-upZusammenbruch {m}
crackups Zusammenbrüche {pl}
Cracovian krakauisch
Cracovian Krakauer {m}
CracowKrakau {n}
cradle Wiege {f}
cradle Telefongabel {f}
cradleWiege {f} [Geschütz]
cradle Verbandsplatte {f}
cradleCasher {m}
cradle Wiegemesser {n}
cradle Urzelle {f} [fig.]
cradle Gerüst {n}
cradle [fig.] Kindheit {f}
cradle [fig.]Ursprung {m}
cradle [fig.] [nursery or hothouse] Hort {m}
cradle [of a telephone] Gabel {f}
cradle [supporting framework]Aufnahmevorrichtung {f}
cradle [supporting framework] Gestell {n}
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