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Gotcha! [Am.] [sl.] Hab Dich!
Gotcha! [Am.] [sl.]Erwischt!
gote [Br. dial., also goit] Wassergraben {m} [Wasserlauf]
Goteborg Göteborg {n}
GothGote {m}
gothGruftimusik {f}
goth [coll.]Grufti {m} [ugs.] [der schwarzen Szene zugehörig]
Goth [female] Gotin {f}
goth [style] Gruftistil {m} [ugs.]
goth bandGruftiband {f}
goth scene Gothicszene {f}
Gothamist [literary]Schildbürger {m}
GothenburgGöteborg {n}
Gothenburg Gotenburg {n} [veraltet, neben: Gothenburg] [Göteborg]
Gothicgotisch <got.>
Gothic Gotisch {n}
Gothicgotische Schrift {f}
gothic [fashion, music etc.]Gothic-
Gothic [Ken Russell] Gothic
gothic [novel, play, film] Schauer-
Gothic alphabetgotisches Alphabet {n}
gothic battleGotenschlacht {f}
Gothic Bible [also Wulfila Bible] Wulfila Bibel {f} [auch Gotenbibel]
Gothic book hand [also: Gothic bookhand]gotische Textura {f}
Gothic building gotisches Bauwerk {n}
Gothic buttress gotischer Strebepfeiler {m}
Gothic cathedral gotische Kathedrale {f}
Gothic chess pieces set [Capablanca chess on 10x8 squares] Gotischer Figurensatz {m} [Schach auf 80 Feldern]
Gothic church gotische Kirche {f}
Gothic fictionSchauerliteratur {f}
gothic film Gruselfilm {m}
Gothic handwritingKurrentschrift {f}
Gothic languagegotische Sprache {f}
Gothic Line [Linea Gotica, WWII]Gotenstellung {f}
gothic (moth) [Naenia typica] Buchdruckereule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
gothic (moth) [Naenia typica] Adereule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
gothic (moth) [Naenia typica]Gespenstereule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
gothic movieGruselfilm {m}
gothic novelSchauerroman {m}
Gothic periodGotik {f}
Gothic RevivalNeugotik {f}
Gothic RevivalNeogotik {f}
Gothic Revival architecture neugotische Architektur {f}
gothic romance [gothic novel] Schauerroman {m}
gothic scene Gruftiszene {f}
gothic sceneGothicszene {f}
Gothic script gotische Schrift {f}
Gothic script Frakturschrift {f}
gothic story Schauergeschichte {f}
Gothic styleGotik {f}
Gothic stylegotischer Stil {m}
gothic taleSchauergeschichte {f}
Gothic typeFraktur {f} [Schriftart]
Gothic type Frakturschrift {f}
(Gothic) textualis [Gothic book hand] (gotische) Textura {f}
Gothically gotisch
GothicismSchauerliteratur {f}
gothicismGotizismus {m}
Gothika [Mathieu Kassovitz, Thom Oliphant]Gothika
Göthlin's test [also: Göthlin test, Gothlin test] [capillary fragility test]Göthlin-Test {m}
Goths Goten {pl}
goths [coll.]Gruftis {pl} [ugs.] [der schwarzen Szene zugehörig]
Gotland [largest island of the Baltic Sea]Gotland {n} [größte Insel der Ostsee]
Gotland Basin Gotlandbecken {n}
Gotland class [submarine] Gotland-Klasse {f}
Gotland DeepGotlandtief {n}
Gotland grass snake [Natrix natrix gotlandica]Gotland-Ringelnatter {f}
Gotland grass snake [Natrix natrix gotlandica] Gotländische Ringelnatter {f}
Gotlandian [Silurian] Gotlandium {n} [Silur]
goto [a form of branch or jump statement]GOTO / Goto {n} [Sprungbefehl, Sprunganweisung]
go-to [attr.] [coll.] [sth. that can always be relied on] eine Bank {f} für jdn./etw. [etw. worauf immer Verlass ist]
go-to guy [Am.] [sl.]Mann {m} für schwierige Fälle [Leistungsträger]
go-to guy [sl.] Leistungsträger {m}
go-to guy [sl.] Mann {m} für knifflige Situationen [ugs.]
go-to guy [sl.]Ansprechpartner {m}
go-to guy [sl.] Spielmacher {m}
go-to instructionSprungbefehl {m}
goto instruction [also GOTO instruction] Sprungbefehl {m}
go-to person [sl.]Leistungsträger {m}
go-to person [sl.]Mann {m} für knifflige Situationen [ugs.]
go-to person [sl.]Ansprechpartner {m}
go-to player [sl.] Leistungsträger {m}
go-to player [sl.] Mann {m} für knifflige Situationen [ugs.]
go-to player [sl.]Spielmacher {m}
goto statementSprunganweisung {f}
Gotse Delchev Goze Deltschew {n}
gottardiite [Na3Mg3Ca5Al19Si117O272·93H2O]Gottardiit {m}
gotten [Am.] bekommen
gotten [Am.]gekriegt [ugs.] [bekommen, erhalten]
gotten there [Am.] [by chance]hingeraten
gotten to know [Am.]kennen gelernt [Rsv.]
gotten to know [Am.] kennengelernt
götterdämmerung [disastrous conclusion of events]Götterdämmerung {f} [fig.]
Gottfried von Strassburg Gottfried {m} von Straßburg
(Gottfried Wilhelm) Leibniz Prize (Gottfried Wilhelm) Leibniz-Preis {m} [kurz für: Förderpreis für deutsche Wissenschaftler im Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Programm der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft]
Gotthard Base Tunnel <GBT>Gotthard-Basistunnel {m} <GBT>
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