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Creole language Kreolsprache {f}
Creole State [nickname] [Louisiana] [Spitzname für Louisiana, USA; wörtlich: Kreolen-Staat]
Creole Waltz [also: Creole waltz]kreolischer Walzer {m}
Creoles Kreolen {pl}
Creoles of color [Am.]farbige Kreolen {pl}
creolisation [Br.] Kreolisierung {f}
creolization Kreolisierung {f}
CreonKreon {m}
creosote Teeröl {m}
creosote Kreosot {n}
creosote Steinkohlenteeröl {n}
creosote bush [Larrea tridentata] Kreosotbusch {m}
creosote bush family {sg} [family Zygophyllaceae] Jochblattgewächse {pl}
creosote bush family {sg} [family Zygophyllaceae] Zygophyllaceen {pl}
crepeKrepp {m}
crêpe Crêpe {f} {m}
crêpe bandage elastische Binde {f}
crêpe bandage elastischer Verband {m}
crepe bandage [crêpe bandage] Kreppbinde {f}
crêpe de Chinegestickter Seidenkrepp {m}
crêpe de ChineCrêpe de Chine {m}
crêpe de Chine Chinakrepp {m}
crepe fabric Kreppgewebe {n}
crepe myrtle [Lagerstroemia indica]Kreppmyrte {f}
crêpe paperKrepppapier {n}
crepe paperKrepppapier {n}
crepe ring <C ring>Crepe-Ring {m}
crêpe ring <C ring> [spv.]Crêpe-Ring {m} [Rsv.]
crêpe (rubber) Kreppgummi {m}
crepe streamers Kreppbänder {pl}
crêpe suzette [flambierter Pfannkuchen in Cointreau-Orangen-Soße]
crêpe suzette [also: crepe suzette]Crêpe Suzette {f} [auch {m}]
crêpe Suzette [spv.] [also: crepe Suzette] Crêpe Suzette {f} [auch {m}]
crepe tapeKreppband {n}
(crepe) marocain Crêpe Marocain {m}
creped gekreppt
crêperie Pfannkuchenrestaurant {n}
crêperieCrêperie {f}
crêpe-soledmit Kreppsohlen [nachgestellt]
crepe-soled shoe kreppbesohlter Schuh {m}
crepey [also: crêpey]kreppartig
crepitating peritendinitis [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome] Intersektionssyndrom {n}
crepitation Knarren {n}
crepitation Knirschen {n}
crepitation Knochenreiben {n} [bei Fraktur]
crepitation Rasselgeräusch {n} <RG> [z. B. bei Pneumonie]
crepitation Krepitation {f}
crepitationsRasselgeräusche {pl} <RG> [z. B. bei Pneumonie]
crepitusKrepitation {f}
crepitusKrepitieren {n}
créponBorkenkrepp {m}
crept ineingeschlichen
crept upauf Taubenfüßen gekommen [fig.]
crepuscle [rare] [also: crepuscule] [twilight]Zwielicht {n}
crepuscle [spv.] [rare] [crepuscule, twilight, dusk] Dämmerung {f}
crepuscular dämmrig
crepuscular dämmerungsaktiv
crepuscular animal Dämmerungstier {n}
crepuscular rays Strahlenbüschel {pl}
crepuscular rays Dämmerungsstrahlen {pl}
crepuscular rays Schattenstrahlen {pl} [ugs.]
crepuscular rays Lichtbüschel {pl}
crepuscular rays Wolkenstrahlen {pl}
crepuscule [rare] [twilight, dusk] Dämmerung {f}
crepy [also: crêpy]kreppartig
crerarite [(Pt,Pb)Bi3(S,Se)4-x]Crerarit {m}
crescendo Crescendo {n} [wachsend, an Lautstärke zunehmend]
crescendocrescendo [anschwellend]
Crescendo [Becca Fitzpatrick] Bis das Feuer die Nacht erhellt
crescendo [fig.] [peak]Höhepunkt {m}
crescendo pedalRegisterschweller {m} [Orgel]
crescendo pedal Crescendotritt {m} [Orgel]
crescendo-decrescendo [swell]Crescendo-Decrescendo {n}
crescent Mondsichel {f}
crescent Halbmond {m} [Mondsichel]
crescentSichel {f} [Mondsichel]
crescent [attr.] [flag, cookies, etc.] Halbmond- [Fahne, Plätzchen usw.]
crescent [Helotropha leucostigma, syn. Celaena leucostigma] [moth]Schwertlilieneule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
crescent angelfish [Pomacanthus asfur] [Arabian angelfish]Arabischer Kaiserfisch {m}
crescent (architecture) [Br.] halbmondförmige Bauform {f} [Häuserreihe, Straßenzug]
crescent betta [Betta imbellis] Kleiner Kampffisch {m}
crescent betta [Betta imbellis]Friedlicher Kampffisch {m}
crescent bluet [Coenagrion lunulatum]Mond-Azurjungfer {f} [Libellenart]
crescent comb-foot [Parasteatoda lunata, syn.: Achaearanea lunata] Mondspinne {f}
crescent gambusia [Gambusia hurtadoi]Dolores-Kärpfling {m}
Crescent Glacier Crescent-Gletscher {m}
crescent gunnel [Pholis laeta] Halbmond-Butterfisch {m}
crescent honeyeater [Phylidonyris pyrrhoptera / pyrrhopterus]Goldflügel-Honigfresser {m}
crescent moon Mondsichel {f}
crescent moon Sichelmond {m}
crescent nail-tail wallaby [Onychogalea lunata] [extinct] Mondnagelkänguru {n} [ausgestorben]
Crescent Nebula [NGC 6888] Sichelnebel {m}
Crescent Nebula [NGC 6888]Mondsichelnebel {m}
Crescent Nebula [NGC 6888] Crescent-Nebel {m} [NGC 6888]
crescent (pigeon) [e.g. Saxon or Thuringian crescent pigeon] Mondtaube {f} [z. B. Sächsische oder Thüringer Mondtaube]
crescent pumpSichelpumpe {f}
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