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David's tree-partridge / tree partridge [Arborophila davidi]Davidwaldrebhuhn {n}
David's wolf snake [Lycodon davidi] Davids Wolfszahnnatter {f}
David's-harp [Polygonatum multiflorum] Vielblütige Weißwurz {f}
David's-harp [Polygonatum multiflorum] Vielblütiges Salomonssiegel {n}
David's-harp [Polygonatum multiflorum] Wald-Weißwurz {f}
David's-harp [Polygonatum multiflorum] Wald-Salomonssiegel {n}
Davidson Current Davidsonstrom {m}
Davidsonian event semantics [treated as sg.] Davidson'sche Ereignissemantik {f}
Davies Bay Davies Bay {f}
daviesite [Zn4Si2O7(OH)2·H2O] Daviesit {m} [Hemimorphit]
davinciite [Na12K3Ca6Fe3Zr3(Si26O73OH)Cl2] Davinciit {m}
Davis crown Davis-Krone {f}
Davis Cup teamDavis-Cup-Mannschaft {f}
Davis Glacier Davis-Gletscher {m}
Davis Mountain pilot snake [Bogertophis subocularis] Transpecos-Kletternatter {f}
Davis Mountain pilot snake [Bogertophis subocularis] Transpecos-Rattennatter {f}
Davis Mountain rat snake [Bogertophis subocularis]Transpecos-Kletternatter {f}
Davis Mountain rat snake [Bogertophis subocularis]Transpecos-Rattennatter {f}
Davis Mountains cottontail [Sylvilagus (floridanus) robustus]Texas-Baumwollschwanzkaninchen {n}
Davis Sea Davissee {f}
Davis Strait Davisstraße {f}
davisite [CaScAlSiO6] Davisit {m}
Davison's leaf warbler [Phylloscopus davisoni]Weißschwanz-Laubsänger {m}
Davisville GlacierDavisville-Gletscher {m}
davitBootskran {m}
davit Davit {m}
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 lamp Sicherheitslampe {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}
dawdleTotschlagen {n} von Zeit [ugs.] [fig.]
dawdleTrödelei {f} [ugs.]
dawdle Zeitvergeudung {f}
dawdledgetrödelt
dawdlerTagedieb {m}
dawdlerHerumtrödler {m}
dawdler saumseliger Mensch {m}
dawdlerTrödler {m} [langsamer Mensch]
dawdler Bummelant {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]
dawdling herumtrödelnd
dawdlinglangweilig
dawdling schwerfällig
dawdling träge
dawdling Bummelei {f}
dawdling Trödelei {f} [ugs.]
dawdling Saumseligkeit {f} [geh.] [Trödelei]
dawdlingsaumselig [geh.]
dawdlingSchlendrian {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [Bummelei]
dawdling away vertrödelnd
dawg [Am.] [sl.]Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
dawn Anbruch {m} [geh.]
dawn Dämmerung {f} [Morgendämmerung]
dawn Morgendämmerung {f}
dawnMorgenrot {n}
dawnMorgenröte {f}
dawnTagesanbruch {m}
dawn Morgengrauen {n}
dawn [fig.] Beginn {m}
dawn blind snakes [family Anomalepididae, syn.: Anomalepidae]Amerikanische Blindschlangen {pl}
dawn chorusMorgenkonzert {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 era Dämmerung {f} einer neuen Zeit
dawn of a new era Beginn {m} eines neuen Zeitalters
dawn of hopeHoffnungsdämmerung {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] Urweltmammutbaum {m}kuckuck
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}
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