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fellow skat playerSkatbruder {m} [ugs.]
fellow skittler [Br.]Kegelbruder {m}
fellow soldier Kampfgefährte {m}
fellow soldier [esp. fig.]Mitstreiter {m} [bes. fig.]
fellow soldier [in wartime]Kriegskamerad {m}
fellow soldiers Mitsoldaten {pl}
fellow species Artgenossen {pl}
fellow studentKommilitone {m}
fellow student Studienkollege {m}
fellow student Kollege {m} [österr.] [Kommilitone]
fellow student Mitstudent {m}
fellow student Mitstudierender {m}
fellow student [Am.] Mitschüler {m}
fellow student [female] Kommilitonin {f}
fellow student [female]Studienkollegin {f}
fellow student [female]Mitstudentin {f}
fellow student [female]Kollegin {f} [österr.] [Kommilitonin]
fellow student [female] Mitstudierende {f}
fellow student [in the same semester] Konsemester {n} [geh.] [Kommilitone]
fellow studentsKommilitonen {pl}
fellow students [female]Kommilitoninnen {pl}
fellow students [schoolmates] Mitschüler {pl}
fellow subsidiarySchwestergesellschaft {f}
fellow sufferer Leidensgenosse {m}
fellow sufferer Schicksalsgefährte {m}
fellow suffererLeidgenosse {m} [selten]
fellow sufferer [also: fellow-sufferer] Leidensgefährte {m}
fellow sufferer [female] Schicksalsgefährtin {f}
fellow teacher Lehrerkollege {m}
fellow teacher [female]Lehrerkollegin {f}
fellow team mate Teamgefährte {m}
fellow team member Teamkollege {m}
fellow traveler [Am.] Sympathisant {m}
fellow traveler [Am.] Mitläufer {m}
fellow traveler [Am.]Mitreisender {m}
fellow traveler [Am.]Gesinnungsgenosse {m}
fellow traveler [Am.] Reisegefährte {m}
fellow traveler [Am.] [female]Gesinnungsgenossin {f}
fellow traveler [female] [Am.]Sympathisantin {f}
fellow traveler [female] [Am.]Reisegefährtin {f}
fellow traveler [female] [Am.] Mitreisende {f}
fellow travelers Reiseteilnehmer {pl}
fellow traveller Mitreisender {m}
fellow travellerReisegenosse {m}
fellow traveller [Br.] Mitläufer {m}
fellow traveller [Br.]Reisegefährte {m}
fellow traveller [female] [Br.] Reisegefährtin {f}
fellow traveller [female] [Br.] Mitreisende {f}
fellow travellers Mitreisende {pl}
fellow voyagerMitreisender {m}
fellow worker Kollege {m} [Arbeitskollege]
fellow worker Arbeitskollege {m}
fellow worker Mitarbeiter {m} [Kollege]
fellow worker [female] Kollegin {f}
fellow worker [female] Arbeitskollegin {f}
(fellow) countrymanLandsmann {m}
fellow-countryman Landsmann {m}
Fellowcraft Mason Geselle {m} [Freimaurerei]
fellows Kollegen {pl}
fellows [fellow human beings]Mitmenschen {pl}
fellowship Kameradschaft {f}
fellowshipMitgliedschaft {f}
fellowship Gemeinschaft {f}
fellowshipVerbundenheit {f}
fellowship [financial grant] Stipendium {n}
fellowship [of followers, disciples] Gefolgschaft {f} [Gefolge, Gemeinschaft, bes. religiös oder politisch]
fellowship [religious community] Glaubensgemeinschaft {f}
fellowship [religious community] Religionsgemeinschaft {f}
fellowship group Hauskreis {m}
fellowship hallGemeindesaal {m} [Kirche]
fellowship holderStipendiat {m}
fellowship mealGemeinschaftsmahl {n}
Fellowship Movement [Germany] Gemeinschaftsbewegung {f}
fellowship of believers Gemeinschaft {f} der Gläubigen
fellowship of churches Kirchengemeinschaft {f}
fellowship with God Gottesgemeinschaft {f}
Fell's bundle [also: bundle of Fell] Fell'sches Bündel {n} [auch: Fell-Bündel]
felly Felge {f}
felly [obs.] [harshly] barsch
felo de se [legal Latin] [archaic]Selbstmord {m}
felodipine [C18H19Cl2NO4]Felodipin {n}
felonSchwerverbrecher {m}
felon Verbrecher {m}
felon [archaic] [whitlow] Nagelbettentzündung {f}
felon [attr.] [archaic] [cruel]grausam
felon [attr.] [archaic] [wicked, malicious, treacherous] heimtückisch
felon [attr.] [archaic] [wicked, malicious] niederträchtig [geh.]
feloniesVerbrechen {pl}
feloniously verbrecherisch
felons Schwerverbrecher {pl}
felons Verbrecher {pl}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara] Bittersüßer Nachtschatten {m}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara]Bittersüß {m}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara] Hundbeere {f}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara]Mäuseholz {n}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara] Mausholz {n}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara]Rote Hundsbeere {f}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara] Saurebe {f}
felonwood [Solanum dulcamara] Stinkteufel {m}
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