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EnglishGerman
Fick's sign Fick'sches Zeichen {n}
fictile [capable of being molded]formbar
fictile [technical usage] [made of clay by a potter] getöpfert
fictile [technical usage] [made of clay by a potter] [e.g. vase]Ton- [z. B. Vase]
fictile jug irdener Krug {m}
fiction reine Annahme {f} [Fiktion]
fiction Dichtung {f} [Erdichtetes, Fiktion] [selten auch: literarische Prosawerke]
fiction Erdichtung {f}
fiction [made-up story]erfundene Geschichte {f}
fiction [narrative prose] Erzählliteratur {f}
fiction [novels]Romanliteratur {f}
fiction [something invented or imagined]Fiktion {f} [geh.] [Erfindung, Fantasiegebilde]
fiction [something invented or imagined]Erfindung {f} [Fiktion, Hirngespinst]
fiction books {pl} Belletristik {f}
fiction of lawRechtsfiktion {f}
fictional erdichtet
fictionalausgedacht
fictionalerfunden
fictional fiktional
fictionalfiktiv
fictional auf einer Fiktion beruhend
fictional erdacht [fiktiv]
fictional character literarische Figur {f}
fictional character fiktionale Figur {f}
fictional characterKunstfigur {f}
fictional character [novel] Romanfigur {f}
fictional detective [private investigator]Detektivfigur {f}
fictional filmSpielfilm {m}
fictional pastfiktive Vergangenheit {f}
fictional present fiktive Gegenwart {f}
fictional story fiktive Geschichte {f}
fictional worldfiktionale Welt {f}
(fictional) character in the series Serienfigur {f}
(fictional) crossover Crossover {n}
fictionalisation [Br.] Darstellung {f} als Fiktion
fictionalismFiktionalismus {m}
fictionalityFiktionalität {f}
fictionalizationDarstellung {f} als Fiktion
fictionalization Fiktionalisierung {f}
fictionalizationFiktionalisiertwerden {n}
fictionalizedfiktionalisiert
fictionalizing Fiktionalisieren {n}
fictionally erdichtet
fictionsDichtungen {pl}
fictions Fiktionen {pl}
fictitious erdichtet
fictitiousfingiert
fictitiousfrei erfunden
fictitious nur zum Schein
fictitiousromanhaft [erdacht, fiktiv]
fictitiousunecht [fingiert, erfunden]
fictitiousvorgetäuscht [Ohnmacht, Verletzung]
fictitious unwahr [Behauptung, Darstellung]
fictitiousunwirklich
fictitiousgefälscht
fictitious [assumed] falsch [Name, Identität]
fictitious [assumed] angenommen [Rolle]
fictitious [imaginary](frei) erfunden [Person, Figur, Geschichte]
fictitious [of or in novels] fiktiv
fictitious bill Kellerwechsel {m} [Wechselreiterei]
fictitious claimunechter Ersatzanspruch {m}
fictitious claimfingierter Anspruch {m}
fictitious crime fiktives Verbrechen {n}
fictitious delivery fingierte Übergabe {f}
fictitious entry [fake entry in an encyclopedia]fingierter Lexikonartikel {m}
fictitious forceScheinkraft {f}
fictitious foundation [company]Scheingründung {f} [Gesellschaft]
fictitious liabilities fiktive Kreditoren {pl}
fictitious marriage Scheinehe {f}
fictitious purchaseScheinkauf {m}
fictitious self-employment Scheinselbständigkeit {f}
fictitious transaction Scheingeschäft {n}
fictitious transaction fingiertes Geschäft {n}
fictitiouslyfiktiv
fictitiousness Unechtheit {f}
fictive erdichtet
fictive imaginär
fictive unwirklich
fictive fiktiv
fictivelyfiktiv
fictivity Fiktivität {f}
ficus (tree) [Ficus benjamina]Birkenfeige {f}
ficus (tree) [Ficus benjamina] Benjamini {m}
fid Stützholz {n}
fiddleBetrug {m}
fiddle Fiedel {f} [hum., sonst veraltet]
fiddle Gaunerei {f}
fiddleSchiffsgeländer {n}
fiddle Schlingerleiste {f} [um einen Tisch]
fiddle [Br.] [coll.] [cheat, fraud] krummes Ding {n} [ugs.] [Mauschelei, Betrug]
fiddle [coll.] Geige {f}
fiddle [coll.] Schwindel {m}
fiddle [coll.]Schiebung {f}
fiddle [coll.] [fraud]Mauschelei {f} [ugs.]
fiddle [small rail on sailboat tables, etc.] Schlingerkiel {m} [selten auch für: Schlingerleiste]
fiddle bowFiedelbogen {m} [veraltet] [Geigenbogen]
fiddle dock [Rumex pulcher, syn.: R. pulcher subsp. divaricatus]Schönfruchtiger Ampfer {m}
fiddle dock [Rumex pulcher]Schöner Ampfer {m}
fiddle flower [Euphorbia tithymaloides, syn.: Pedilanthus tithymaloides] [redbird flower] Teufelsrückgrat {n} [Pantoffelstrauch]
fiddle fuck [coll.] [Am.] Rumgemurkse {n} [ugs.]
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