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furniture remover Möbelspediteur {m}
furniture remover [firm] Möbeltransportgeschäft {n} [Firma]
furniture restoration Möbelrestaurierung {f}
furniture retailerMöbelhändler {m}
furniture roller Möbelrolle {f}
furniture salesmanMöbelverkäufer {m}
furniture sectorMöbelbranche {f}
furniture shop Einrichtungshaus {n}
furniture shopMöbelgeschäft {n}
furniture shop [big]Möbelhaus {n}
furniture storageMöbellager {n}
furniture storeEinrichtungshaus {n}
furniture store Möbelladen {m}
furniture store [Am.]Möbelhaus {n}
furniture store [Am.]Möbelgeschäft {n}
furniture store owner [Am.]Möbelhausinhaber {m}
furniture stores [Am.]Möbelhäuser {pl}
furniture van Möbelwagen {m}
furniture warehouse Möbellager {n}
furniture wax Möbelwachs {n}
furniture workshopMöbelwerkstatt {f}
[furniture shop of the HO trading organisation in the GDR] HO-Möbelhaus {n} [Möbelhaus der Handelsorganisation in der DDR]
(furniture) carpet beetle [Anthrenus flavipes flavipes, syn.: A. flavipes, A. vorax]Gebänderter Teppichkäfer {m}
(furniture) carpet beetle [Anthrenus flavipes flavipes, syn.: A. flavipes, A. vorax] Polsterwarenkäfer {m}
(furniture) mover [Am.] Möbelpacker {m}
(furniture) removal firm [Br.]Möbelspedition {f}
(furniture) remover [Br.] Möbelpacker {m}
furniture-in-transit insurance Umzugsversicherung {f}
furoate Furoat {n}
furocoumarines Furocumarine {pl}
furocoumarins Furocumarine {pl}
furongite [Al2(UO2)(PO4)3(OH)2·8H2O]Furongit {m}
furor [Am.] Raserei {f}
furor [Am.] Furore {f} [seltener {n}]
furor [Am.] Aufruhr {m}
furor [anger, frenzy] [Am.] Furor {m} [geh.]
furore [Br.]Begeisterungstaumel {m}
furore [Br.] Furore {f} [seltener {n}]
furore [Br.] Raserei {f}
furore [Br.] Aufruhr {m}
furore [Br.] [archaic] Aufsehen {n}
furosemide Furosemid {n}
furphy [Aus.] [sl.] Gerücht {n}
furred mit Pelz besetzt
furred pelzig
furred gameHaarwild {n}
furred tonguebelegte Zunge {f}
furred up [Br.] [by hard water] verkalkt [durch Kesselsteinbildung]
furred-up [Br.]verkalkt [durch Kesselsteinbildung]
furrier Kürschner {m}
furrier Pelzhändler {m}
furrier Fellhändler {m}
furrier [female] Kürschnerin {f}
furriers Kürschner {pl}
furrier's lung (disease) Kürschnerlunge {f}
furrier's trade Kürschnerhandwerk {n}
furrier's workshopKürschnerei {f} [Werkstatt]
furrier's workshop Kürschnerwerkstatt {f}
furrieryKürschnerei {f}
furriness [being furlike]Pelzartigkeit {f} [Pelzähnlichkeit]
furring Kalkablagerung {f} [Wasserrohre]
furring of tongueZungenbelag {m}
furrow Furche {f}
furrow Nut {f}
furrow Rille {f}
furrowBodenfalte {f}
furrowAckerfurche {f}
furrow [on sb.'s forehead] Stirnfalte {f}
furrow of the brainGehirnfurche {f}
furrow orb-weaver [Larinioides cornutus]Schilfradspinne {f}
furrow orb-weaver [Larinioides cornutus] Schilf-Radnetzspinne {f} [auch: Schilfradnetzspinne]
furrow sliceScholle {f} [umgebrochenes großes, flaches Stück Erde]
furrow spider [Larinioides cornutus]Schilfradspinne {f}
furrow weaver [Larinioides cornutus]Schilf-Radnetzspinne {f} [auch: Schilfradnetzspinne]
furrow wheelFurchenrad {n}
furrowed zerfurcht
furrowed gefurcht
furrowed gerieft
furrowed gerillt
furrowed [brow] kraus [Stirn]
furrowed [furrowed brow] gerunzelt [Stirn]
furrowed astarte [Astarte sulcata, syn.: A. anholti, A. ovalis, A. pallida, A. vulgaris, Crassina britannica, C. danmoniensis, Pectunculus sulcatus, Venus danmonia, V. scotica] Gefurchte Astarte {f}
furrowed clusterwink [Planaxis sulcatus, syn.: Buccinum pyramidalis, Planaxis buccinoides, P. undulata] Gerippte Haufenschnecke {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
furrowed cone [Conus sulcatus, syn.: C. asper, C. bocki, C. brettinghami, C. costatus, C. samiae, C. undulatus] Gefurchte Kegelschnecke {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
furrowed face furchiges Gesicht {n}
furrowed face zerfurchtes Gesicht {n}
furrowed fescue [Festuca rupicola]Furchenschwingel / Furchen-Schwingel {m}
furrowed saxifrage [Saxifraga exarata] Furchen-Steinbrech / Furchensteinbrech {m}
furrowed tongue [Lingua plicata, Lingua fissurata, Lingua scrotalis, Lingua dissecta, Lingua cerebelliformis]Furchenzunge {f} [Faltenzunge]
furrowed tongue [Lingua plicata, Lingua fissurata, Lingua scrotalis, Lingua dissecta, Lingua cerebelliformis] Kerbzunge {f} [Faltenzunge]
furrowed tongue [Lingua plicata] Faltenzunge {f}
furrowed wood turtle [Rhinoclemmys areolata]Gefurchte Erdschildkröte {f}
furrowing pflügend
furrowsFurchen {pl}
furry pelzartig
furry pelzen [selten]
furry bees [genus Anthophora]Pelzbienen {pl}
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