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dusty apple pigmy [Bohemannia pulverosella] Früher Wildapfel-Zwergminierfalter {m}
dusty cloud [scient. usage] Staubwolke {f} [in Weltraum]
dusty cotton stainer [Oxycarenus hyalinipennis]Kleine Graue Baumwollwanze {f}
dusty disc Staubscheibe {f}
dusty grey [Br.] [RAL 7037] Staubgrau {n} [RAL 7037]
dusty hognose / hog-nosed snake [Heterodon nasicus gloydi] Hakennatter {f}
dusty miller [Jacobaea maritima, syn.: Senecio cineraria] [silver ragwort] Weißfilziges Greiskraut {n}
dusty miller [Jacobaea maritima, syn.: Senecio cineraria] [silver ragwort] Silberfarbiges Greiskraut {n}
dusty miller [Jacobaea maritima, syn.: Senecio cineraria] [silver ragwort]Zweifarbiges Greiskraut {n}
dusty miller [Jacobaea maritima, syn.: Senecio cineraria] [silver ragwort] Silberblatt {n} [Weißfilziges Greiskraut]
dusty miller [Jacobaea maritima, syn.: Senecio cineraria] [silver ragwort] Aschenpflanze {f}
dusty miller [Lychnis coronaria] Vexiernelke {f}
dusty miller / dusty-miller [Cerastium tomentosum]Filziges Hornkraut {n}
dusty miller / dusty-miller [Lychnis coronaria, syn.: Agrostemma coronaria, Coronaria coriacea, Silene coronaria] Kronen-Lichtnelke {f}
dusty miller / dusty-miller [Lychnis coronaria, syn.: Agrostemma coronaria, Coronaria coriacea, Silene coronaria]Vexiernelke {f}
dusty miller sagewort [Artemisia stellerina] Chrysanthemum-Wermut {m}
dusty zenobia [Zenobia pulverulenta var. pulverulenta, syn.: Andromeda dealbata, A. pulverulenta] Gewöhnliche Zenobie {f}
dusty zenobia [Zenobia pulverulenta]Bestäubte Zenobie {f}
dusty-banded cod [Cephalopholis boenak] Braungestreifter Zackenbarsch {m}
dustywings [family Coniopterygidae] Staubhafte {pl}
dutar [also: dotar, doutar] Dotar {f}
Dutch holländisch
Dutch niederländisch
Dutch Holländisch {n}
DutchNiederländisch {n}
Dutch [archaic]deutsch
dutch [Br.] [coll.] [dated]Alte {f} [ugs.] [Ehefrau]
Dutch act [sl.] [rare] Selbstmord {m}
Dutch American niederländischstämmiger Amerikaner {m}
Dutch angle Dutch Angle {m} [Kameraperspektive]
Dutch angle shot Schwanken {n} [Kamerabewegung]
Dutch auction Versteigerung {f} mit sinkenden Preisen
Dutch auction Rückwärtsauktion {f}
Dutch barge dog [dated] [spitz family]Wolfsspitz {m} [Rasse Deutsche Spitze]
Dutch Belted Lakenvelder Rind {n}
Dutch bicycle [variety of roadster bicycle]Hollandrad {n}
Dutch bicycle [variety of roadster bicycle]Hollandfahrrad {n}
Dutch braid [hairstyle]holländischer Zopf {m}
Dutch breakfastholländisches Frühstück {n}
Dutch cap [contraceptive device] Pessar {n} [zur Empfängnisverhütung]
Dutch cap [Dutch bonnet] [Spitzenhaube der niederländischen Tracht]
Dutch clinker [brick type] Klinker {m}
Dutch clover [Trifolium repens] Weiß-Klee {m}
Dutch clover [Trifolium repens] Kriech-Klee {m}
Dutch clover [Trifolium repens] Weißer Wiesenklee {m}
Dutch clover [Trifolium repens] Holländischer Klee {m}
Dutch courageangetrunkener Mut {m}
Dutch course Niederländischkurs {m}
Dutch crocus [Crocus vernus, syn.: C. albiflorus] Frühlings-Krokus / Frühlingskrokus {m}
Dutch crocus [Crocus vernus]Frühlings-Safran / Frühlingssafran {m}
Dutch dictionary Niederländischwörterbuch {n}
Dutch dictionary Niederländisch-Wörterbuch {n}
Dutch disease Holländische / holländische Krankheit {f}
Dutch doll hölzerne Gliederpuppe {f}
Dutch doorHalbtür {f}
Dutch door [Am.] Klöntür {f}
Dutch East India Company [Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie] <VOC> Niederländische Ostindien-Kompanie {f}
Dutch East IndiesNiederländisch-Ostindien {n}
Dutch East Indies Niederländisch-Indien {n}
Dutch eggplant [Solanum aculeatissimum, syn.: S. khasianum]Liebesapfel {m}
Dutch eggplant [Solanum aculeatissimum, syn.: Solanum khasianum]Bewaffneter Nachtschatten {m}
Dutch eggplant [Solanum betaceum, syn.: S. crassifolium, Cyphomandra betacea, C. crassicaulis, C. crassifolia] Baumtomate {f}
Dutch eggplant [Solanum betaceum, syn.: S. crassifolium, Cyphomandra betacea, C. crassicaulis, C. crassifolia] Tamarillo {f}
Dutch eggplant [Solanum betaceum, syn.: S. crassifolium, Cyphomandra betacea, C. crassicaulis, C. crassifolia] Baumtomatenstrauch {m}
Dutch elm disease Ulmensterben {n}
Dutch gable roof [Am.] [Aus.] Fußwalmdach {n}
Dutch gold falsches Gold {n}
Dutch grass [Urochloa mutica, syn.: Brachiaria mutica, Panicum barbinode, P. muticum, P. purpurascens]Paragras {n}
Dutch grass [Urochloa mutica, syn.: Brachiaria mutica, Panicum barbinode, P. muticum, P. purpurascens]Mauritiusgras {n}
Dutch GuianaNiederländisch-Guayana {n}
Dutch Hunger Winter [Dutch: Hongerwinter]niederländischer Hungerwinter {m} [1944/45]
Dutch hyacinth [Hyacinthus orientalis]Gartenhyazinthe {f}
Dutch iris [Iris × hollandica]Holland-Iris {f}
Dutch iris [Iris × hollandica] Holländische Iris {f}
Dutch iris [Iris × hollandica]Pfingst-Iris {f} [Holland-Iris]
Dutch iris [Iris × hollandica] Holländische Schwertlilie {f}
Dutch irises [Iris × hollandica]Iris-Hollandica-Hybriden {pl} [Holländische Schwertlilien]
Dutch Language UnionNiederländische Sprachunion {f}
Dutch man Holländer {m}
Dutch metal unechtes Blattgold {n}
Dutch metal Rauschgold {n} [Blattgoldersatz]
Dutch metalKnittergold {n} [veraltet]
Dutch metalSchlaggold {n} [unechtes Blattgold]
Dutch mordantHolländische Beize {f} [selten für: Holländisches Bad]
Dutch mordantHolländisches Bad {n}
Dutch myrtle [Myrica gale, syn.: M. tomentosa, Gale belgica, G. palustris]Moor-Gagelstrauch {m}
Dutch myrtle [Myrica gale, syn.: M. tomentosa, Gale belgica, G. palustris] Sumpfmyrte {f}
Dutch myrtle [Myrica gale, syn.: M. tomentosa, Gale belgica, G. palustris] Gagel {m}
Dutch myrtle [Myrica gale, syn.: M. tomentosa, Gale belgica, G. palustris]Porst {m}
Dutch myrtle [Myrica gale, syn.: M. tomentosa, Gale belgica, G. palustris] Porsch {m}
Dutch ovenSchmortopf {m}
Dutch ovenflacher Bratentopf {m}
Dutch oven Reine {f} [bayer.] [österr.] [Bräter]
Dutch oven Feuertopf {m} [Dutch Oven] [Gusseisentopf, der z. B. direkt auf eine Glut gestellt werden kann]
Dutch paintingniederländische Malerei {f}
Dutch partridge dog [Drentsche Patrijshond] Drent'scher Hühnerhund {m} [Drentse / Drentsche Patrijshond]
Dutch partridge dog [Drentsche Patrijshond]Rebhuhnhund {m} [Drentse / Drentsche Patrijshond]
Dutch philology niederländische Philologie {f}
Dutch procedure holländisches Verfahren {n}
Dutch rabbit Holländer {m} [Kaninchenrasse]
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