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frippery [tawdry or frivolous things, showy finery] Flitterkram {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
frisbeeFrisbee ® {n}
frisbee Frisbeespiel {n}
frisbee Frisbeescheibe {f}
frisbee [flying disc]Wurfscheibe {f}
frisbee [flying disc] Frisbee-Scheibe {f}
Frisch's case-moth [Coleophora frischella] Kleesamenmotte {f}
Frisco [coll.] San Francisco {n}
Frisco Formation [Oklahoma]Frisco-Formation {f}
frisée [curly endive]Friséesalat {m}
frisée [curly endive] Frisée {m}
frisée lettuceFriséesalat {m}
Frisia Friesland {n}
FrisianFriesisch {n} [westgermanische Sprache]
FrisianFriese {m}
Frisian [female] Friesin {f}
Frisian chief Friesenhäuptling {m}
Frisian handball Kaatsen {n} [Friesischer Handball]
Frisian horse Friese {m} [Pferderasse]
Frisian house Friesenhaus {n}
Frisian housesFriesenhäuser {pl}
Frisian philologyfriesische Philologie {f}
Frisian studies {pl}Frisistik {f}
(Frisian) clove cheese (friesischer) Gewürznelkenkäse {m}
Frisians Friesen {pl}
Frisians [female]Friesinnen {pl}
Frisii [Roman period ancestors of the modern-day ethnic Frisians]Friesen {pl} [in römischer Zeit]
friskAusgelassenheit {f}
frisk Freudensprung {m}
frisk [caper, gambol] Tanz {m} [Freudentanz, -sprung]
frisket knife Schablonenmesser {n}
friskier munterer
friskinessMunterkeit {f}
friskiness Ausgelassenheit {f}
friskiness Verspieltheit {f}
frisking hüpfend
frisking [security check] Abtasten {n} [Sicherheitskontrolle]
frisky ausgelassen
frisky verspielt
frisson Schauer {m} [Erregung, Nervenkitzel]
frisson (of excitement)Schauder {m} (der Erregung)
frisson (of excitement) kurze, heftige Erregung {f}
frisson (of excitement)Schauer {m} (der Erregung)
frisson of pleasureWonneschauer {m} [geh.]
frissons of ecstasyWonneschauer {pl}
frit Fritte {f}
frit flies [family Chloropidae] Halmfliegen {pl}
frit fly [family Chloropidae]Halmfliege {f}
frit fly [Oscinella frit, syn.: O. avenae, Oscinella granarius, O. frit] Fritfliege {f}
fritillary Perlmutterfalter {m}
Fritsch-Buttenberg-Wiechell rearrangement Fritsch-Buttenberg-Wiechell-Umlagerung {f}
Fritsch's maneuver [Am.]Fritsch-Handgriff {m}
Fritsch's manoeuvre [Br.]Fritsch-Handgriff {m}
Fritsch's position Fritsch-Lagerung {f}
Fritsch's retractorFritsch-Bauchdeckenhaken {m}
frittata [type of Italian omelette] Frittata {f} [italienisches Omelett]
fritted [e.g. ceramics] gefrittet [z. B. Keramik]
fritterSchmalzgebackenes {n}
fritterFrittiertes {n}
frittered verzettelt
frittered away [time, money] verplempert [ugs.]
frittering verzettelnd
fritting voltage Frittspannung {f}
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society Fritz-Haber-Institut {n} der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
fritzscheite [Mn(UO2)2 [(P,V)O4]2·10H2O] Fritzscheit {m}
Friuli Friaul {n}
FriulianFurlanisch {n}
Friulian Friaulisch {n}
FriulianFriulanisch {n}
Friuli-Venezia GiuliaFriaul-Julisch-Venetien {n}
frivolities Frivolitäten {pl}
frivolity Frechheit {f}
frivolity Frivolität {f}
frivolity Leichtfertigkeit {f}
frivolityLeichtsinnigkeit {f}
frivolity Oberflächlichkeit {f}
frivolity [lack of seriousness] mangelnder Ernst {m}
frivolity [of appearance, writer]unseriöse Art {f}
frivolity [unimportant thing, activity]Nichtigkeit {f} [geh.]
frivolous frivol
frivolous leichtfertig
frivolous leichtsinnig
frivolous albern
frivolous action schikanöse Klage {f}
frivolous claimungerechtfertigte Klage {f}
frivolous claim unbegründete Schadenersatzforderung {f}
frivolous use [e.g. of energy]leichtfertige Nutzung {f} [z. B. von Energie]
frivolously frivol
frivolousness Leichtsinn {m}
frized leather abgestoßener Narben {m} [Leder]
frizz Krause {f} [Haare etc.]
frizzen Batterie {f} [Steinschloss; bei einer Vorderladerwaffe der Deckel, der die Zündpfanne innerhalb des Schlosses verschließt]
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