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EnglishGerman
DIN designation DIN-Bezeichnung {f}
din of battle Schlachtengetümmel {n}
din of battleLärm {m} der Schlacht
DIN rail Hutschiene {f}
DIN standardDIN-Norm {f}
DIN V [pre-issue of DIN standards]DIN V {f} [DIN-Vornorm]
Dinagat bushy-tailed cloud rat [Crateromys australis] Dinagat-Borkenratte {f}
Dinagat cloud rat [Crateromys australis]Dinagat-Borkenratte {f}
Dinagat crateromys [Crateromys australis] Dinagat-Borkenratte {f}
Dinagat gymnure [Podogymnura aureospinula] Dinagat-Rattenigel {m}
Dinagat hairy-tailed rat [Batomys russatus]Dinagat-Haarschwanzratte {f}
Dinagat Island cloud rat [Crateromys australis]Dinagat-Borkenratte {f}
DinanDinan {n}
dinar Dinar {m}
Dinarian columbine [Aquilegia dinarica]Dinarische Akelei {f}
Dinaric dinarisch
Dinaric AlpsDinarische Alpen {pl}
Dinaric Alps Dinarisches Gebirge {n}
Dinaric calcareous block fir forest Dinarischer Karst-Blockhalden-Tannenwald {m}
Dinaric columbine [Aquilegia dinarica] Dinarische Akelei {f}
Dinaric minnow [Phoxinellus alepidotus, syn.: Paraphoxinus alepidotus]Schuppenlose Elritze {f}
Dinaric race dinarische Rasse {f} [Begriff der Rassenlehre]
DinaridesDinariden {pl}
din-din [baby talk]Happa-happa {n} [Babysprache]
dindle [Sonchus arvensis]Acker-Gänsedistel {f}
'dine and sleep' event [Br.] Abendeinladung {f} mit Übernachten
dine and sleeps [Br.] Abendeinladungen {pl} mit Übernachten
dinedgespeist
dined diniert
Dinelli's doradito [Pseudocolopteryx dinelliana] Dreibindendoradito {m}
dine-n-dash [coll.]Zechprellerei {f}
dine-n-dasher [coll.]Zechpreller {m}
dine-n-dasher [female] [coll.]Zechprellerin {f}
diner Imbiss {m} [einfaches Restaurant mit Theke und Tischen]
diner Restaurantgast {m}
dinerSpeisender {m}
diner Restaurantbesucher {m}
diner [Am.] Speisewagen {m}
diner [Am.]Essgelegenheit {f}
diner [Am.] [type of restaurant]Diner {n} [Restaurant]
Diner [Barry Levinson] American Diner
diner [chiefly Am.] Esslokal {n}
diner [female]Speisende {f}
dinero [sl.] [Am.]Geld {n}
Dines anemometer Staurohranemometer {n}
dinette Essnische {f}
dinette [esp. in caravans] Dinette {f} [Sitzkombination z. B. in Wohnwagen]
dinette [part of a room used for eating meals]Essecke {f}
dinette [part of a room used for eating meals]Eßecke {f} [alt]
dinettes Essecken {pl}
ding [coll.] Kratzer {m}
ding [coll.]Delle {f}
ding dong bim bam
ding dong kling klang
ding-a-ling [bell-like sound]klingeling
ding-a-ling [coll.] [pej.] [Am.]Hohlkopf {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
dingbat typographisches Symbol {n}
dingbat Dingsda {n} [ugs.]
dingbat [pej.]Durchgeknallter {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
dingbat [pej.] Knallkopf {m} [ugs.]
dingbat fonts Dingbats-Schriften {pl}
dingbats [Aus.] [sl.] Säuferwahn {m} [ugs.]
dingdaohengite-(Ce) [(Ce,La)4Fe(Ti,Fe,Mg,Fe)2Ti2Si4O22] Dingdaohengit-(Ce) {m}
ding-dong [coll.]Depp {m} [ugs.]
ding-dong ditch [Am.] [coll.] [prank]Klingelputzen {n} [Kinderstreich]
ding-dong-ditch [Am.]Klingelstreich {m}
dinge [Am.] [sl.] [pej.] [offensive] Nigger {m} [pej.] [rassistisch]
dinged up [Scot.] ramponiert
dinger [Aus.] [sl.: condom]Kondom {n} {m}
dingey [archaic] [dinghy]Dingi {n} [Beiboot, einfaches Plankenboot]
ding-head [sl.] Blödmann {m}
dinghies Schlauchboote {pl}
dinghyJolle {f}
dinghyBeiboot {n}
dinghyDingi {n}
dinghy [also: dingey]Dinghy {n} [auch Dingi, Dinghi] [kleines Beiboot]
dinghy lips [sl.] Schlauchbootlippen {pl} [ugs.]
dingier schäbiger
dingiest schäbigste
dingily schmutzig
dingily schäbig
dinginessSchäbigkeit {f}
dinginess Unansehnlichkeit {f}
dinging hammer [Am.]Schlichthammer {m}
dinging hammer [Am.] Karosseriehammer {m}
dinging hammer [Am.] Ausbeulhammer {m}
dingiso [Dendrolagus mbaiso]Dingiso {n}
dingiso [Dendrolagus mbaiso] Schwarzweißes Baumkänguru {n}
dingleWaldschlucht {f}
dingle brain [sl.]Spacko {m} [pej.]
dingleberry [sl.] Klabusterbeere {f} [vulg.]
dingle-dangle [Galanthus nivalis] Kleines Schneeglöckchen {n}
dingle-dangle [Galanthus nivalis]Gewöhnliches Schneeglöckchen {n}
dingle-dangle-tree [Euonymus sachalinensis, syn.: Euonymus planipes, E. latifolius var. planipes]Flachstieliger Spindelstrauch {m}
dinglehopper [coll.] Dings {n} [ugs.]
dingles Waldschluchten {pl}
dingo [Canis lupus dingo] Dingo {m}
dingo [Canis lupus dingo] Australischer Dingo {m}
Dingo Fence [Aus.] Dingozaun {m} [auch: Hundezaun] [5320 km langer Schutzzaun in Australien]
dingoes Dingos {pl}
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