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EnglishGerman
gig [job of limited duration, esp. musical appearance]Job {m} [bes. vorübergehend]
gig [light 2-wheeled one-horse carriage] Gig {n} [offener, zweirädriger Einspänner]
gig [light 2-wheeled one-horse carriage] Einspänner {m}
gig [long, light ship's boat or row boat]Gig {f} [Beiboot, Ruderboot]
gig [pronged fishing spear] Fischspeer {m}
gig bag Gigbag {n} [Transporttasche für Musikinstrumente]
gig economy [coll.] [economic model based on freelancers] Gig-Economy {f} [auf Freiberuflern basierendes Wirtschaftsmodell]
gig (machine) Raumaschine {f} [Textiltechnik]
gig (machine) Aufkratzmaschine {f} [Textiltechnik]
gig mill Aufkratzmaschine {f} [Textiltechnik]
gig mill Raumaschine {f} [Textiltechnik]
giga- <G> [10 ^ 9] Giga- <G>
giga factory [also: gigafactory]Gigafabrik {f}
gigabase pairs <Gbp>Gigabasenpaare {pl} <Gbp>
gigabit <Gbit> <Gb>Gigabit {n} <Gbit> <Gb>
gigabit per second <Gbit/s> Gigabit {n} pro Sekunde
gigabyte <GB> <GByte>Gigabyte {n} <GB> <GByte>
gigacalorie <Gcal> Gigakalorie {f} <Gcal>
gigacycle <Gc>Gigahertz {n} <GHz>
gigaelectron volt <GeV> Gigaelektronenvolt {n} <GeV>
gigaelectron volt <GeV> Gigaelektronvolt {n} <GeV>
gigagram <Gg> Gigagramm {n} <Gg>
gigahertz <GHz> Gigahertz {n} <GHz>
gigajoule <GJ> Gigajoule {n} <GJ>
gigakatal <Gkat> Gigakatal {n} <Gkat>
gigaliner Gigaliner {m}
gigaliter <Gl> [Am.]Gigaliter {m} [auch {n}] <Gl>
gigalitre <Gl> [Br.] Gigaliter {m} [auch {n}] <Gl>
gigameter <Gm> [Am.]Gigameter {m} {n} <Gm>
gigametre <Gm> [Br.] Gigameter {m} {n} <Gm>
gigantic gigantisch
gigantic riesenhaft
giganticriesig
gigantic zyklopisch [gewaltig]
gigantic gewaltig
gigantichünenhaft
gigantic riesengroß
giganticmonströs [riesig]
giganticRiesen-
gigantic imposante Ausmaße aufweisend [gigantisch, riesig groß]
gigantic appetite gewaltiger Appetit {m}
gigantic cityRiesenstadt {f}
gigantic mountains Bergriesen {pl}
gigantic opportunitygigantische Gelegenheit {f}
gigantic overdraftriesige Kontenüberziehung {f}
gigantic pine [Pinus lambertiana]Zucker-Kiefer / Zuckerkiefer {f}
gigantic primegigantische Primzahl {f}
gigantic selectionRiesenangebot {n} [ugs.] [sehr große Auswahl]
gigantic swindle Riesenschwindel {m}
gigantically riesenhaft
gigantically enorm
gigantically gigantisch
giganticnessGroßheit {f}
giganticnessUngeheuerlichkeit {f}
gigantiform riesig
gigantiformgigantiform
gigantiformgigantisch
gigantiform cementoma <GC> gigantiformes Zementom {n}
gigantism Riesenwuchs {m}
gigantism Gigantismus {m}
gigantism of great toe Hallomegalie {f}
gigantism of great toeRiesenwuchs {m} der Großzehe
gigantomachia Gigantomachie {f}
gigantomachy Gigantomachie {f}
gigantomania Gigantomanie {f} [geh.] [pej.]
gigantomaniac [pej.] [unusual oversized, gigantic or colossal] gigantomanisch [geh.] [pej.]
gigantothermy Gigantothermie {f}
gigaparsec <Gpc>Gigaparsec {n} <Gpc>
gigapascal <GPa> Gigapascal {n} <GPa>
gigaton <Gt>Gigatonne {f} <Gt>
gigawatt <GW>Gigawatt {n} <GW>
gigawatt hour <GWh>Gigawattstunde {f} <GWh>
gigbag [coll.] [also: gig bag] Tasche {f} [Instrumentenverpackung]
giggle Gekicher {n} [ugs.]
giggle Kichern {n}
giggle [esp. Br.] [coll.] [amusing person] Witzbold {m}
giggle [esp. Br.] [coll.] [joke] Spaß {m}
giggle enuresis [Enuresis risoria]Giggle-Inkontinenz {f}
giggle incontinence [Enuresis risoria] Giggle-Inkontinenz {f}
giggle incontinence [Enuresis risoria] Kicher-Inkontinenz {f}
giggledgekichert
giggler Kichernder {m}
gigglingkichernd
gigglingGekicher {n} [ugs.]
giggling fitKicheranfall {m}
gigglingly kichernd
giggly kichrig
gigglyalbern
gigglygickelig [ugs.]
giggot [obs.] Hammelschenkel {m}
Gigg's firethorn [Pyracantha atalantioides, syn.: P. discolor, P. loureiri, Crataegus pyracantha, Mespilus loureiri, Sportella atalantioides] China-Feuerdorn {m}
gig-lamps [archaic] [sl.] [spectacles]Augengläser {pl} [österr.] [veraltend]
Gigli sawGiglisäge {f} [chirurgische Knochensäge]
Gigli saw Gigli-Säge {f} [chirurgische Knochensäge]
Gigli's sawGiglisäge {f} [chirurgische Knochensäge]
Gigli's saw Gigli-Säge {f} [chirurgische Knochensäge]
gigoloGigolo {m}
gigoloEintänzer {m}
gigolo käuflicher Liebhaber {m}
gigotHammelkeule {f}
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