All Languages    |   EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   HU   FI   ES   LA   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   EL   BS   |   FR   SK   IS   HU   ES   NL   PL   RU   NO   SQ   SV   IT   FI   DA   CS   PT   HR   RO   BG   |   more ...

English-German Dictionary

Online Dictionary English-German: Enter keyword here!
  äöüß...
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|About/Extras|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!
« backPage 51 for words starting with D in the English-German dictionarynext page »
EnglishGerman
Davos sledge [sledge from Davos]Davoser Schlitten {m}
davreuxite [MnAl6Si4O17(OH)2] Davreuxit {m}
davul [drum] Davul {f} [auch: Dahol] [Trommel]
davy [Br.] [coll.] [affidavit] eidesstattliche Erklärung {f}
Davy Jones Teufel {m} der Meere
Davy Jones' locker [coll.]Seemannsgrab {n}
Davy Jones's locker alles verschlingendes Meer {n}
Davy Jones's locker Meeresboden {m}
Davy Jones's locker Meeresgrund {m}
Davy Jones's locker [Am.] nasses Grab {n} [veraltet] [das Meer]
Davy lamp Grubenlampe {f}
Davy lampSicherheitslampe {f}
davyne [Na4K2Ca2Si6Al6O24(SO4)Cl2]Davyn {m}
daw [jackdaw] Dohle {f}
dawarf hawkweed [Hieracium humile] Niedriges Habichtskraut {n}
Dawbarn's signDawbarn-Zeichen {n}
dawdleBummelei {f}
dawdle Totschlagen {n} von Zeit [ugs.] [fig.]
dawdleTrödelei {f} [ugs.]
dawdle Zeitvergeudung {f}
dawdled getrödelt
dawdler Tagedieb {m}
dawdler Herumtrödler {m}
dawdler saumseliger Mensch {m}
dawdlerTrödler {m} [langsamer Mensch]
dawdlerBummelant {m}
dawdler Trödelfritze {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [männl. Person, die ständig trödelt]
dawdler [female]Herumtrödlerin {f}
dawdler [female] Trödelliese {f}
dawdlers Tagediebe {pl}
dawdling bummelig
dawdlingbummelnd
dawdling faul [langsam]
dawdlingherumtrödelnd
dawdling langweilig
dawdling schwerfällig
dawdling träge
dawdlingBummelei {f}
dawdling Trödelei {f} [ugs.]
dawdling Saumseligkeit {f} [geh.] [Trödelei]
dawdling saumselig [geh.]
dawdling Schlendrian {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [Bummelei]
dawdling awayvertrödelnd
dawg [Am.] [sl.] Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
dawn Anbruch {m} [geh.]
dawn Dämmerung {f} [Morgendämmerung]
dawn Morgendämmerung {f}
dawn Morgenrot {n}
dawn Morgenröte {f}
dawnTagesanbruch {m}
dawn Morgengrauen {n}
dawn [fig.] Beginn {m}
dawn blind snakes [family Anomalepididae, syn.: Anomalepidae]Amerikanische Blindschlangen {pl}
dawn chorus Morgenkonzert {n} der Singvögel
dawn colours [Br.] Farben {pl} des Sonnenaufgangs
Dawn is breaking. Der Tag bricht an.
Dawn is breaking.Es dämmert. [Morgen]
Dawn is near. Die Morgendämmerung ist nahe.
dawn lightDämmerung {f} [Dämmerlicht, Morgenlicht]
dawn of a new day [fig.] Anbruch {m} eines neuen Tages
dawn of a new day [fig.] Aufgang {m} eines neuen Tages
dawn of a new eraDämmerung {f} einer neuen Zeit
dawn of a new era Beginn {m} eines neuen Zeitalters
dawn of hope Hoffnungsdämmerung {f}
dawn of hopeHoffnungsschimmer {m}
Dawn of the Dead [Zack Snyder] Dawn of the Dead
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes [Matt Reeves] Planet der Affen – Revolution
dawn redwood [Metasequoia glyptostroboides]Urweltmammutbaum {m}
dawn redwood [Metasequoia glyptostroboides] Chinesisches Rotholz {n}
dawn redwood [Metasequoia glyptostroboides] Wassertanne {f}
dawn redwood [Metasequoia glyptostroboides]Metasequoie {f}
dawn redwoods [genus Metasequoia in the family Cupressaceae] Wassertannen {pl}
dawn redwoods [genus Metasequoia] Metasequoien {pl}
dawn redwoods [genus Metasequoia] Chinesische Rothölzer {pl} [auch: Chinesische Rotholzbäume]
dawn redwoods [genus Metasequoia]Urweltmammutbäume {pl}
dawn simulator Lichtwecker {m}
dawn songMorgengesang {m}
dawn song Tagelied {n}
dawn tetra [Aphyocharax paraguayensis] Augenflecksalmler {m}
dawn tetra [Aphyocharax paraguayensis] Sonnensalmler {m}
dawn tetra [Aphyocharax paraguayensis]Schwanzflecksalmler {m}
Dawn was breaking. Der Tag brach an.
dawning dämmernd
dawning erwachend
dawningMorgendämmerung {f}
dawning [of an epoch etc.] Anbruch {m} [einer Epoche etc.]
dawns Tagesanbrüche {pl}
daws Dohlen {pl}
Dawson Valley snail [Adclarkia dawsonensis]Adclarkia dawsonensis {f} [Landschneckenart]
dawsonite [NaAl(CO3)(OH)2] Dawsonit {m}
Dawson's catshark / cat shark [Bythaelurus dawsoni]Neuseeländischer Katzenhai {m}
Dawson's fingersDawson-Finger {pl}
DAX [German share index] DAX {m} [deutscher Leitindex, Index der traditionellen Werte in Frankfurt]
DAX companyDAX-Unternehmen {n}
day / night interceptor-fighter Tag- / Nachtabfangjäger {m}
day <d> Tag {m} <d>
day after Christmas zweiter Weihnachtstag {m}
day after Christmas2. Weihnachtstag {m}
day after Christmaszweiter Weihnachtsfeiertag {m}
day after Christmas2. Weihnachtsfeiertag {m}
« datedatedatedaubdaunDavodayadayldayodaysDayd »
« backPage 51 for words starting with D in the English-German dictionarynext page »
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!

Contribute to the Dictionary: Add a Translation

Do you know German-English translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

Limited Input Mode
More than 1000 translations are waiting for verification. This means you can only add a new
translation if you log in and review another one first (max. 500 unverified entries per user).
The input form will only work from within the Contribute! section.


more...
German more...
Word Class more...
Subject
Comment
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2022 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
English-German online dictionary developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English). Thank you!
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers
Advertisement