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EnglishGerman
flimsily built unsolide gebaut
flimsiness Fadenscheinigkeit {f}
flimsinessSchwäche {f}
flimsy schwach
flimsy dünnes Durchschlagpapier {n}
flimsyleicht
flimsy zart
flimsy unsolide
flimsyfaul [Ausrede: fadenscheinig]
flimsy [e.g. door, wall; clothing] dünn [unsolide, schwach (z. B. Tür, Wand); sehr leicht (Kleidung)]
flimsy [pej.] [argument, excuse, etc.]fadenscheinig [fig.] [pej.] [Argument, Ausrede etc.]
flimsy [thin and light]hauchdünn [Stoff, Kleid etc.]
flimsy dress [pej.]Fähnchen {n} [ugs.] [Kleid aus dünnem, schäbigem Material]
flimsy excuse fadenscheinige Ausrede {f}
flimsy excusewindige Ausrede {f} [ugs.] [nicht solide, zweifelhaft]
flimsy paper Durchschlagpapier {n} [Papier für Durchschläge]
flimsy paperleichtes Papier {n} für Durchschläge
flinch [twitch] Zucken {n}
flinchedzurückgewichen
flinching zurückweichend
flinching zusammenzuckend
flinchingzuckend [vor Schmerzen etc.]
flinders Bruchstücke {pl}
flinders [of glass etc.] Scherben {pl} [kleine Stücke]
flinders [wood]Splitter {pl}
Flinders RangesFlinderskette {f}
Flinders rose [Capparis spinosa](Echter) Kapernstrauch {m}
Flinders rose [Capparis spinosa] Dorniger Kapernstrauch {m}
fling Liebelei {f}
fling Liebschaft {f}
fling(flüchtiger) Versuch {m}
fling [brief (extramarital) sexual encounter]Krösken {n} [ugs.] [niederrheinisch, Ruhrgebiet]
fling [coll.]Seitensprung {m} [Liebesabenteuer]
fling [short, often sexual relationship] Techtelmechtel {n} [ugs.] [flüchtige Liebesaffäre]
fling [short, spontaneous sexual relationship] Affäre {f} [Liebesaffäre]
fling at workArbeitsaffäre {f}
flinging schleudernd
flinging werfend
flinging [seeds, spores] Abschleudern {n} [Samen, Sporen]
flinging [seeds, spores]Abschleuderung {f} [Samen, Sporen]
flinkite [Mn2Mn(AsO4)(OH)4]Flinkit {m}
flint Flint {m}
flint Kiesel {m}
flint [in lighter]Zündstein {m} [im Feuerzeug]
flint [SiO2 + n H2O] Feuerstein {m} [Opal, teilw. in Chalcedon umgewandelt]
Flint [Welsh: Y Fflint]Flint {n} [in Wales]
flint arrowhead Silexpfeilspitze {f} [auch: Silex-Pfeilspitze]
flint artefact [esp. Br.] Feuersteinartefakt {n}
flint artifact [Am.]Feuersteinartefakt {n}
flint axe Steinbeil {n}
flint axeFeuersteinbeil {n}
flint blade Feuersteinklinge {f}
flint clayFlintton {m}
flint corn [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [Zea mays (subsp. indurata)]Flint-Mais {m} [Hartmais]
flint glassFlintglas {n}
flint ignition [lighter] Steinzündung {f} [Feuerzeug]
flint industrySilexindustrie {f}
flint knapping Flintknapping {n}
flint mine Feuersteinbergwerk {n}
flint miningFeuersteinbergbau {m}
flint wheat [Triticum durum, syn.: T. pyrymidale]Glasweizen {m}
flint wheat [Triticum durum, syn.: T. pyrymidale] Hartweizen {m}
flint wheat [Triticum durum, syn.: T. pyrymidale]Durumweizen / Durum-Weizen {m}
(flint) knapping Feuersteinbearbeitung {f}
flint-billed woodpecker [Campephilus guatemalensis, syn.: Phloeoceastes guatemalensis]Königsspecht {m}
Flintheart Glomgold [Disney] Mac Moneysac
flintierhärter
flintiest härteste
flintinessHärte {f}
flintinessGlasigkeit {f}
flint-lime brick [also: flintlime brick] [contains a substantial proportion of crushed flint] Kalksandstein {m}
flintlock [also: French lock] Batterieschloss {n} [auch: französisches Schloss]
flintlock [gun mechanism] Steinschloss {n}
flintlock [type of gun]Steinschlossgewehr {n}
flintlock [type of gun] Flinte {f} [Steinschlossgewehr]
flintlock musketSteinschlossgewehr {n}
flintlock musketSteinschlossmuskete {f}
flintlock pistol Steinschlosspistole {f}
flintlock rifleSteinschlossbüchse {f}
flintlocks Steinschlösser {pl}
flintsFeuersteine {pl}
Flintshire [Welsh: Sir y Fflint] Flintshire {n} [walisische Grafschaft]
flintstone [coll.] Feuerstein {m}
flint-wheel ignition [lighter] Reibradzündung {f} [Feuerzeug]
flintyhartherzig
flintyfeuersteinhaltig [Sediment, Gestein etc.]
flinty Feuerstein-
flintykieselhart
flinty [composed of flint] aus Feuerstein [nachgestellt]
flinty heart Herz {n} aus Stein [fig.]
flipleichtfertig
flipRuck {m}
flipSchnipser {m}
flip [Br.]kurzer Rundflug {m}
flip [cocktail]Flip {m}
flip [coll.]schnodderig [ugs.] [pej.]
flip [somersault]Salto {m}
flip alarm clockKlappzahlenwecker {m}
flip angle <FA>Flipwinkel {m} <FW>
flip angle <FA> Pulswinkel {m} <PW> [Flipwinkel]
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