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gulf swampweed [Hygrophila costata, syn.: H. atricheta, H. brasiliensis, H. conferta, H. guianensis, H. hispida, H. lacustris, H. longifolia, H. pubescens, H. rivularis, Ruellia brasiliensis] Guyanischer Wasserfreund {m}
Gulf toadfish [Opsanus beta]Golf-Krötenfisch {m}
Gulf WarGolfkrieg {m}
Gulf War illness <GWI> Golfkriegssyndrom {n}
Gulf War illness <GWI> [syndrome]Balkansyndrom {n} [Golfkriegssyndrom]
Gulf War syndrome <GWS> Golfkriegssyndrom {n}
Gulf War veteran Golfkriegsveteran {m}
gulf wobbegong [Orectolobus halei]Gebänderter Teppichhai {m}
gulfweeds [genus Sargassum] Golftange {pl}
Gülich rebellionGülich-Aufstand {m} [Köln, 1680-1686]
guliman [Carcharhinus melanopterus] Schwarzspitzen-Riffhai {m}
gullMöwe {f}
Gull Island vole [Microtus pennsylvanicus nesophilus] [extinct]Gull-Wiesenwühlmaus {f} [ausgestorben]
gull species Möwenart {f}
gull species {pl} Möwenarten {pl}
gull wingKnickflügel {m}
Gullah [creolized English] Gullah {n} [an der Südostküste der USA gesprochene, englisch-basierte Kreolsprache]
gull-billed tern [Gelochelidon nilotica, formerly: Sterna nilotica] Lachseeschwalbe {f}
gull-catcher Dummenfänger {m} [ugs.]
gulledübertölpelt
gullet Schlund {m}
gulletSpeiseröhre {f}
gullet Gurgel {f} [Schlund]
gullet [Br.] [obs.] [gully, gulley]Wasserrinne {f}
gullet (area) [of a saw blade]Zahnlücke {f} [eines Sägeblattes]
gullet cancer Speiseröhrenkrebs {m}
gullet plateKopfeisen {n}
gulletsSchlünde {pl}
gulletsSpeiseröhren {pl}
gullibility Leichtgläubigkeit {f}
gullibility Gutgläubigkeit {f}
gullible leichtgläubig
gullible leicht zu täuschen [nur prädikativ]
gullible gutgläubig
gullible naiv
gullibleleicht zu täuschend [attr.]
Gullible Fritz Deutscher Michel {m}
gullible grouse [Falcipennis falcipennis, syn.: Canachites falcipennis, Dendragapus falcipennis] Sichelhuhn {n}
(gullible) voters {pl} Stimmvieh {n} [pej.]
gulliblyleichtgläubig
gulliblygutgläubig
gullies Rinnen {pl}
gullies Runsen {pl}
gulling übertölpelnd
Gulliver's perchlet [Parambassis gulliveri] Riesenglasbarsch {m}
Gulliver's Travels [Jonathan Swift]Gullivers Reisen
Gulliver's white-eye [Zosterops luteus]Mangrovebrillenvogel {m}
gulls [family Laridae] Möwen {pl}
gull's flight Möwenflug {m}
gull's wingsMöwenflügel {pl}
Gullstrand's glasses {pl} Gullstrand-Brille {f} [spezielle Starbrille]
Gullveig Gullveig {f}
gull-wing door Flügeltür {f}
gull-wingedmit Flügeltüren [nachgestellt]
gully Abzugskanal {m}
gullyRinne {f}
gullySchlucht {f}
gully Wasserfurche {f}
gully Runse {f} [österr.] [südd.] [schweiz.]
gullyGießbachbett {n}
gullyKanaleinlauf {m}
gullyAbzugsrinne {f} [Wasserabzugsrinne]
gully [drain box] Dole {f} [schweiz.] [sonst regional] [Sinkkasten]
gully [narrow channel]Senkloch {n} [selten] [Kanalisationsschacht]
gully [ravine] Tobel {m} {n} [österr.] [südd.] [schweiz.] [trichterförmiges Tal, Schlucht]
gully [ravine] Klinge {f} [Kerbtal]
gully [ravine]Tobel {n} [südd.] [schweiz.] [trichterförmiges Tal, Schlucht]
gully [Scot.] Messer {n}
gully [storm drain inlet] Sinkkasten {m} [Straßenabfluss]
gully coverGullydeckel {m}
gully erosionGullyerosion {f}
gully gridAblaufgitter {n}
gullying Zerschluchtung {f}
gullywasher [Am.] [coll.] [regional: Midwest and West] starker Regen {m}
gulmohar tree [Delonix regia] Flammenbaum {m}
gulonic acid Gulonsäure {f}
guloseGulose {f}
gulp(großer) Schluck {m}
gulp Zug {m} [großer Schluck]
Gulp! [comic] Schluck! [Comic]
Gulpen Gülpen {n}
gulper catfish [Asterophysus batrachus]Falscher Dornwels {m}
gulper eels [family Saccopharyngidae, genus Saccopharynx]Sackmäuler {pl}
gulper shark [Centrophorus granulosus] Schlinghai {m}
gulper shark [Centrophorus granulosus]Rauer Dornhai {m}
gulper sharks [family Centrophoridae] Schlingerhaie {pl}
gulpers [family Saccopharyngidae, genus Saccopharynx]Sackmäuler {pl}
gulping hinunterschlingend
gulping plimpy [Harry Potter]Schluck-Plimpy {m}
gulps Schlucke {pl}
gulupa [Passiflora edulis] [passion fruit]Passionsfrucht {f}
guluronic acid Guluronsäure {f}
gum Gummi {m} {n}
gum Harz {n}
gumKleber {m}
gumMilchsaft {m} [vom Gummibaum]
gum Zahnfleisch {n}
gumGingiva {f}
gum [attr.] [e.g. bleeding, disease, recession, massage]Zahnfleisch- [z. B. Bluten, Krankheit, Rückgang, Massage]
gum [coll.] [chewing gum]Kaugummi {m} {n}
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