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feature vectorMerkmalsvektor {m}
feature writer Feuilletonist {m}
feature writer [female] Feuilletonistin {f}
feature-complete funktionstüchtig
featured befähigt
featured gestaltet
featured image [WordPress] Beitragsbild {n} [WordPress]
featured image [WordPress]Artikelbild {n} [Beitragsbild]
feature-length abendfüllend [Film]
feature-length in Spielfilmlänge [nachgestellt]
feature-length filmLangfilm {m}
feature-length film Langspielfilm {m}
featureless nichtssagend
featureless ohne besondere Züge
featureless nichts sagend [alt]
featureless gesichtslos
featurelessohne besondere Merkmale
featureless strukturlos
featureless eigenschaftslos
feature-rich funktionsreich
featuresbesondere Eigenschaften {pl}
features Besonderheiten {pl}
featuresFähigkeiten {pl}
features Merkmale {pl}
featuresCharakterzüge {pl}
features Eigenschaften {pl}
featuresFunktionalitäten {pl}
features {pl}Ausstattung {f}
features {pl} [in appliances etc.]Ausstattung {f} [von Geräten usw.]
features [of sb.'s face, character] Züge {pl} [Gesichtszüge, Charakterzüge]
features and benefits Merkmale und Vorteile {pl}
features editor Kulturredakteur {m}
features editor [female] Kulturredakteurin {f}
features section [of a newspaper] Feuilleton {n}
features supplementUnterhaltungsbeilage {f}
features supplements Unterhaltungsbeilagen {pl}
featurette(kurzes) Making-of {n} [Filmjargon]
featurette Featurette {f} {n}
featuring befähigend
featuringin den Hauptrollen
featuring [having as a feature] mit
featuring X on vocals mit X als Sänger / Sängerin
featuritis [hum.]Featuritis {f} [hum.]
febricity Fiebrigkeit {f}
febrifugal fiebersenkend
febrifugefiebersenkendes Mittel {n}
febrile fieberhaft
febrile fiebrig
febrile atmosphere [fig.]aufgeheizte Stimmung {f} [fig.]
febrile convulsion Fieberkrampf {m}
febrile convulsion Infektkrampf {m}
febrile convulsions fieberhafte Konvulsionen {pl} [Krampfanfälle]
febrile convulsionsFieberkrämpfe {pl}
febrile crisis Fieberkrise {f}
febrile delirium Fieberdelir {n}
febrile delirium Fieberwahn {m}
febrile deliriumFieberdelirium {n}
febrile periodFieberperiode {f}
febrile seizure Fieberkrampf {m}
febrile stateFieberzustand {m}
febrile state fieberhafter Zustand {m}
febrility Fieberhaftigkeit {f}
febriphobiaFebriphobie {f}
Febronianism Febronianismus {m}
Februaries [rare] Februare {pl} [selten]
February Feber {m} [österr.]
February Hornung {m} [veraltet] [Februar]
FebruaryHorner {m} [schweiz.] [Februar] [veraltet]
February <Feb.> Februar {m} <Feb., Febr.>
February afternoonFebruarnachmittag {m}
February daphne [Daphne mezereum] (Echter) Seidelbast {m}
February daphne [Daphne mezereum] Kellerhals {m} [Seidelbast]
February daphne [Daphne mezereum] Gewöhnlicher Seidelbast {m}
February day Februartag {m}
February daysFebruartage {pl}
February decreesFebruarerlasse {pl}
February eveningFebruarabend {m}
February fairmaids {pl} [Galanthus nivalis] Gewöhnliches Schneeglöckchen {n}
February fairmaids {pl} [Galanthus nivalis] Kleines Schneeglöckchen {n}
February morning Februarmorgen {m}
February night Februarnacht {f}
February nights Februarnächte {pl}
February RevolutionFebruarrevolution {f}
February sun Februarsonne {f}
February Uprising {sg} [in Austria 1934]Februarkämpfe {pl} [in Österreich 1934]
(February) daphne [Daphne mezereum] Gewöhnlicher Seidelbast {m}
(February) daphne [Daphne mezereum]Echter Seidelbast {m}
(February) daphne [Daphne mezereum] Gemeiner Seidelbast {m}
febuxostatFebuxostat {n}
febuxostat Febuxostatum {n} [selten für: Febuxostat]
fecal [Am.] fäkal
fecal [Am.]Fäkal-
fecal [Am.]Kot-
fecal [Am.] Stuhl-
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