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crafts {pl}Handwerk {n}
crafts {pl} and trades Handwerk {n} und Gewerbe
crafts [handicrafts] [esp. rare, difficult and historic ones] Handwerkskünste {pl}
crafts code [Germany] Handwerksordnung {f} <HwO> [Kurztitel]
crafts storeBastelbedarfsladen {m}
crafts store Laden {m} für Bastelbedarf
crafts storeHobbyladen {m}
craftsman Handwerker {m}
craftsman Kunsthandwerker {m}
craftsmanFacharbeiter {m}
craftsman Gewerbetreibender {m} [Handwerk]
craftsmanHandwerksmann {m} [veraltet]
[craftsman's establishment, firm, company] Handwerksbetrieb {m}
craftsmanship Handwerkskunst {f}
craftsmanship Kunstfertigkeit {f}
craftsmanshiphandwerkliches Können {n}
craftsmanshiphandwerkliches Geschick {n}
craftsmanshipHandwerk {n}
craftsmanshipHandwerkstechnik {f}
craftsmenHandwerker {pl}
craftspeople Kunsthandwerker {pl}
craftspeople Handwerker {pl}
craftspeopleHandwerksleute {pl}
craftspeople {pl}Handwerkerschaft {f}
craftsperson Handwerker {m}
craftswomanHandwerkerin {f}
craftswomenHandwerkerinnen {pl}
craftwork Kleinkunst {f}
craftwork {sg} kunstgewerbliche Arbeiten {pl}
crafty ausgekocht [ugs.] [durchtrieben]
crafty listig
crafty schlau
crafty abgefeimt
crafty gewitzt
crafty schlaumeierisch [ugs.]
crafty ausgefuchst [ugs.]
crafty gefinkelt [österr.]
crafty [clever] gewieft [ugs.]
crafty customer [coll.]Schlemihl {m} [ugs.] [Gauner]
cragKlippe {f} [schroffer Felsblock oder Teil eines schroffen Felsblocks]
crag Steilhang {m}
cragFelswand {f}
crag Fels {m}
cragFelsenspitze {f}
cragFelsspitze {f}
crag Chilia [Ochetorhynchus melanurus] Felsenchilia {f}
cragged felsig
craggier felsiger
craggily schroff [zerklüftet, rau]
cragginess Felsigkeit {f}
craggy zerklüftet
craggy schroff [zerklüftet, rau]
craggy face zerfurchtes Gesicht {n} [bes. attraktives, markantes Männergesicht]
craggy features [face]markante Gesichtszüge {pl}
craggy old bat [coll.] [pej.]schrumpelige alte Schachtel {f} [ugs.] [pej.] [Frau]
craggy voiceraue Stimme {f}
cragsKlippen {pl}
cragsmangeschickter Kletterer {m}
craic [Irish] Spaß {m}
craic [Irish]geselliges Beisammensein {n}
craig [Scot.]Fels {m}
Craigavon Craigavon {n}
Craig's interpolationCraig-Interpolation {f}
Craig's interpolation theorem craigsches Interpolationstheorem {n} [auch: Craig'sches Interpolationstheorem]
Craig's (interpolation) lemma [also: Craig (interpolation) lemma] Interpolationslemma {n} [Craig]
crakeSumpfhuhn {n}
crakeberry [Empetrum nigrum](Schwarze) Krähenbeere {f}
crakeberry [Empetrum nigrum]Gemeine Krähenbeere {f}
crakeberry [Empetrum nigrum] Rauschbeere {f}
crakow Schnabelschuh {m}
crakowe [also: crackowe, cracowe] [spelling variants]Schnabelschuh {m}
cralpoite [NaCr3(Al4Mg2)(Si6O18)(BO3)3(OH)3O]Cralpoit {m}
cram course Crashkurs {m}
cram course Schnelleinweisung {f} [Crashkurs]
cram down [coll.] [Am.] [bankruptcy proceeding] [Gerichtliche Bestätigung eines Insolvenzplans trotz fehlender Zustimmung einer Gläubigergruppe] [in Deutschland vergleichbar mit dem Obstruktionsverbot gem. § 245 InsO]
cram school Büffelschule {f} [ugs.] [meist zur Vorbereitung auf Aufnahmeprüfungen]
cram school Paukschule {f}
crambe [Crambe hispanica subsp. abyssinica, syn.: C. abyssinica] Krambe {f} [Abessinischer Meerkohl]
crambe [Crambe hispanica subsp. abyssinica, syn.: C. abyssinica]Abessinischer Meerkohl {m}
crambe [Crambe hispanica subsp. abyssinica, syn.: C. abyssinica] Ölkrambe {f} [Abessinischer Meerkohl]
Cramér-Rao inequality Cramér-Rao-Ungleichung {f}
Cramér's (decomposition) theorem [also: theorem of Cramer] Satz {m} von Cramér
Cramer's ruleCramer'sche Regel {f}
Cramer's rule cramersche Regel {f}
crammed [fattened]gemästet
crammed [with furniture, objects etc.] vollgeräumt [bes. österr.]
crammed fullproppenvoll [ugs.]
crammed full of [coll.]vollgepackt mit [ugs.]
crammed full of [coll.] vollgestopft mit [ugs.]
crammed together [of people, in a bus etc.]dichtgedrängt [Rsv.]
crammer [esp. Br.] [book] Paukbuch {n}
crammer [esp. Br.] [school] Paukschule {f}
crammer [student] Büffler {m}
crammer (tutor)Pauker {m}
cramming mästend
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