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felled [tree] gefällt
felled seamKappnaht {f}
felled timber geschlagenes Holz {n}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara]Bittersüßer Nachtschatten {m}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Bittersüß {m}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Hundbeere {f}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Mäuseholz {n}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Mausholz {n}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Rote Hundsbeere {f}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Saurebe {f}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Stinkteufel {m}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Süßstoff {m}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara]Waldnachtschatten {m}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Wasserranke {f}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Wolfsbeere {f}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Teufelsklatten {m}
fellenwort [Solanum dulcamara] Natterholz {n}
feller [coll.] [a nonstandard variant of fellow]Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
fellers [Am.]Gefährten {pl}
fellers [Am.]Burschen {pl}
felling Holzung {f} [veraltend] [Holzfällen]
fellingFällung {f} [von Bäumen] [Amtssprache]
felling Fällen {n} [von Bäumen]
felling Abschlag {m} [Abholzung]
fellingSchlag {m} [Vorgang]
fellingSchlägern {n} [österr.]
felling {sg} of treesBaumfällungen {pl}
felling [of trees]Abtrieb {m} [Abholzung]
felling areaHau {m} [veraltet]
felling area Gehau {n} [veraltet]
felling area [or site]Schlag {m} [Ort]
felling axe Fällaxt {f}
felling of treesFällen {n} von Bäumen
felling siteFällungsort {m}
(felling) notch Fallkerb {m} [Fälltechnik]
fellish [obs.]brutal
felloeFelge {f}
fellow Bursche {m}
fellow Kamerad {m}
fellow Kerl {m} [ugs.]
fellow Mannsbild {n}
fellowPartner {m}
fellowMann {m}
fellowTyp {m} [ugs.]
Fellow[Mitglied einer Gelehrtengesellschaft / Akademie]
fellowGesell {m} [veraltet]
fellow [academic title]Fellow {m}
fellow [chap] Knabe {m} [ugs.] [oft hum oder pej.] [hier: erwachsener Mann]
fellow [coll.] Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
fellow [coll.] [boy or man] Bursch {m} [regional] [Bursche]
fellow [colleague] Kollege {m}
fellow [companion, colleague] Gespan {m} [veraltet] [Mitarbeiter, Helfer, Gefährte]
fellow [companion] Gefährte {m} [geh.]
fellow [fellowship holder] Stipendiat {m}
fellow [female]Kameradin {f}
fellow [one of a pair] Gegenstück {n} [eines Paars]
fellow actor Schauspielkollege {m}
fellow actors Schauspielkollegen {pl}
fellow actress Schauspielerkollegin {f}
fellow affiliate Konzernschwester {f}
fellow American amerikanischer Mitbürger {m}
fellow Americans amerikanische Landsleute {pl}
fellow artist [painter]Malerkollege {m}
fellow beingMitmensch {m}
fellow believer Glaubensgenosse {m}
fellow believer Glaubensbruder {m}
fellow believer [female] Glaubensgenossin {f}
fellow board director Vorstandskollege {m}
fellow brethrenGlaubensbrüder {pl}
fellow brotherMitbruder {m}
fellow campaigner Mitkämpfer {m}
fellow campaignerMitstreiter {m}
fellow campaigner [female]Mitstreiterin {f}
fellow campaigners Mitstreiter {pl}
fellow campaigners [female] Mitstreiterinnen {pl}
fellow candidates Mitkandidaten {pl}
fellow captiveMitgefangener {m}
fellow Christian Mitchrist {m}
fellow Christian Nebenchrist {m} [veraltet] [Mitchrist]
fellow citizen Mitbürger {m}
fellow citizen Nebenbürger {m} [veraltet] [Mitbürger]
fellow citizen [female]Mitbürgerin {f}
fellow citizensLandsleute {pl}
fellow citizens Mitbürger {pl}
fellow climberBergkamerad {m}
fellow combatant Mitkämpfer {m}
fellow countrymen Landsleute {pl}
Fellow Craft (Mason) [Freemasonry]Geselle {m} [Freimaurer]
fellow creatureMitlebewesen {n}
fellow creatureMitgeschöpf {n}
fellow dinerTischgenosse {m}
fellow drawer of a bill Mitaussteller {m} eines Wechsels
fellow drinker Trinkgenosse {m}
fellow employee Mitarbeiter {m}
fellow employee Mitbeschäftigter {m}
fellow estates [other social orders of the same society] Mitstände {pl}
fellow feeling Mitgefühl {n}
fellow femalesGeschlechtsgenossinnen {pl}
fellow forward Stürmerkollege {m}
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