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deuterostomes [Deuterostomia]Zweitmünder {pl}
deuterostomes [superphylum Deuterostomia] Neumünder {pl}
deuterostomes [superphylum Deuterostomia]Neumundtiere {pl}
deuterostomes [superphylum Deuterostomia] Deuterostomia {pl}
deuterostomian [Deuterostomia] Deuterostomier {m}
deuterostomy Deuterostomie {f}
deutocerebral deutocerebral
deutocerebrum Deutocerebrum {n}
deutomerite Deutomerit {m}
deutoplasm Deutoplasma {n}
Deutsche Bracke [also: German hound] [breed of dog]Deutsche Bracke {f}
Deutsche Mark <DM, DEM> [former German currency] Deutsche Mark {f} <DM, DEM>
Deutsche Mathematik [German mathematics] Deutsche Mathematik {f} [Nazi-Begriff]
Deutsche Telekom [German telecommunications company]Deutsche Telekom {f} <DT>
Deutsche Wertungszahl <DWZ> [German Evaluation Number, a rating system in chess]Deutsche Wertungszahl {f} <DWZ> (Schach)
(Deutsche) Bundesbank <BBk, DBB> [DBB = international abbr.](Deutsche) Bundesbank {f} <BBk, DBB> [DBB = internationale Abk.]
Deutsches Eck ["German Corner"; Koblenz, Germany]Deutsches Eck {n} [Koblenz]
Deutsches Jungvolk [literally: German Young People, i.e. the section of the Hitler Youth for boys aged 10 to 14] Deutsches Jungvolk {n} <DJ>
Deutschland: A Winter's Tale [trans. Terence James Reed] Deutschland. Ein Wintermärchen [Heinrich Heine]
Deutschland: A Winter's Tale [trans. Terence James Reed] Deutschland. Ein Wintermährchen [Heinrich Heine] [Originaltitel 1844]
Deutschländer's diseaseMarschfraktur {f}
Deutschmark [former German currency]D-Mark {f} [Deutsche Mark]
Deutschmark <DM, DEM> Deutsche Mark {f} <DM, DEM>
Deutschmarks [former German currency] Deutsche Mark {pl} <DM, DEM>
deutzia [genus Deutzia]Deutzie {f} [Gattung der Hortensiengewächse]
deutzias [genus Deutzia]Deutzien {pl} [Gattung der Hortensiengewächse]
Deuve's water snake [Homalopsis buccata] Boa-Wassertrugnatter {f}
Deva Kings Deva-Könige {pl}
devagination Reposition {f} einer Darminvagination
devalgate [obs.] [bow-legged] o-beinig [auch: O-beinig]
devalorisation [Br.] Entwertung {f}
devalorisation [Br.] Abwertung {f}
devalorizationAbwertung {f}
devalorization Entwertung {f}
devaluated abgewertet
devaluating abwertend [entwertend] [auch curr.]
devaluating entwertend
devaluation Abwerten {n}
devaluationAbwertung {f}
devaluation Devaluation {f}
devaluationDevalvation {f}
devaluation Entwertung {f}
devaluation policy Abwertungspolitik {f}
devaluationsAbwertungen {pl}
devaluedentwertet [im Wert gemindert]
devaluing abwertend [entwertend] [auch curr.]
devaluing devalvationistisch
DevanagariDewanagari {f}
devanning Containerentladung {f}
devasation Devasatio {f} [Devaskularisation]
devascularization Devaskularisation {f}
devastatedam Boden zerstört
devastatedzerschmettert [fig.] [am Boden zerstört]
devastated [esp. landscape by mining] devastiert [bes. Landschaft durch Bergbau]
devastated [very shocked and upset] tief bestürzt
devastating verwüstend
devastating [election defeat / victory] erdrutschartig
devastating [coll.] [amazing] umwerfend [ugs.]
devastating consequences verheerende Folgen {pl}
devastating defeat erdrutschartige Niederlage {f}
devastating earthquake verheerendes Erdbeben {n}
devastating effectverheerende Auswirkung {f}
devastatingly verheerend
devastatingly [fig.] [attractive, funny, etc.]umwerfend
devastationVerheerung {f}
devastation Verwüstung {f}
devastation Verheeren {n}
devastation Devastation {f} [selten]
devastation Zerstörung {f} [durch Krieg usw.]
devastationDevastierung {f}
devastation [having been devastated]Verödung {f}
devastation of fishery resources Ausfischung {f}
devastations Verwüstungen {pl}
devastator Verwüster {m}
devastators Verwüster {pl}
deveined entdarmt [Garnele]
developable entwickelbar
developable entwicklungsfähig
developable abwickelbar
developable areabebaubare Fläche {f}
developable plotbebauungsfähiges Grundstück {n}
developable surface abwickelbare Fläche {f}
developed entfaltet
developed entwickelt
developed ausgestaltet
developed bebaut
developed [e.g. for tourism] erschlossen [z. B. touristisch]
developed countriesentwickelte Länder {pl}
developed countrieswirtschaftsstarke Staaten {pl}
developed countriesStaaten {pl} der Ersten Welt
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