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Germany Schland {n} [ugs. und hum. für: Deutschland]
Germany der grosse Kanton {m} [schweiz.] [ugs.] [hum.] [Deutschland]
Germany <.de>Deutschland {n} <Dtl., Dtld., DEU, DE, D, GER>
Germany. A Summer's Tale Deutschland. Ein Sommermärchen [Sönke Wortmann]
Germany as a whole Gesamtdeutschland {n}
Germany does away with itself.Deutschland schafft sich ab.
Germany in Autumn Deutschland im Herbst [u. a. Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Volker Schlöndorff, Alexander Kluge, Edgar Reitz]
Germany Inc. [fig.] [former economic linkages in Germany] Deutschland AG {f} [fig.] [ehemalige Wirtschaftsseilschaften in Deutschland]
Germany national football team manager Bundestrainer {m} [des DFB] [Fußball-Bundestrainer]
Germany, Pale Mother Deutschland, bleiche Mutter [Helma Sanders-Brahms]
Germany Year Zero [Roberto Rossellini] Deutschland im Jahre Null
[Germany during the time when Bonn was seat of government]Bonner Republik {f}
[Germany, member of the Pirate Party] Pirat {m} [ugs.] [Deutschland, Mitglied der Piratenpartei]
[Germany's national accreditation body] Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle {f} <DAkkS>
Germany: The Siemens syndrome. [The Economist Group] Deutschland: Das Siemens-Syndrom.
Germany's economy is well on track. Die deutsche Wirtschaft entwickelt sich weiterhin positiv.
Germany's imageDeutschlandbild {n}
[Germany's international broadcaster]Deutsche Welle {f} <DW>
[Germany's last ditch defense in WW II]Volkssturm {m}
Germany-wide deutschlandweit
germaphobe [coll.] Mysophobier {m}
germariumGermarium {n}
germarium Germar {n}
germ-bearing keimtragend
germed gekeimt
Germerican [a portmanteau of the words 'German' and 'American' (English)]Denglisch {n} [pej.]
germ-formingkeimbildend
germ-free keimfrei
germ-freesteril
germicidal keimtötend
germicidal lamp Entkeimungsstrahler {m}
germicide keimtötendes Mittel {n}
germicide Germizid {n}
germicides keimtötende Mittel {pl}
germicidesGermizide {pl}
germifuge Mikroorganismen vertreibend
germifugekeimvertreibend
germinabilityKeimfähigkeit {f}
germinablekeimfähig
germinal germinal
germinal [den Keim betreffend]
germinalKeim-
germinal [fig.] aufkeimend [geh.]
germinal [fig.]noch unentwickelt
germinal [fig.] im Anfangsstadium befindlich
germinal [fig.]im Anfangsstadium [nachgestellt]
Germinal [seventh month in the French Revolutionary Calendar] Germinal {m} [siebter Monat im franz. Revolutionskalender]
germinal center [Am.]Keimzentrum {n}
germinal centre [Br.] Keimzentrum {n}
germinal disc Keimscheibe {f}
germinal discKeimfleck {m}
germinal disk Keimscheibe {f}
germinal disk [Am.]Keimfleck {m}
germinal disk [Am.] Keimscheibe {f}
germinal epitheliumKeimepithel {n}
germinal epithelium of Waldeyer [less common] [coelomic epithelium] Coelomepithel {n} [fachspr.]
germinal form Anfangsstadium {n}
germinal layer [Stratum germinativum] Keimschicht {f} (der Epidermis)
germinal layer [Stratum germinativum] Regenerationsschicht {f} (der Epidermis)
germinal material Keimmaterial {n}
germinal testicular tumor [Am.]germinaler Hodentumor {m}
germinal vesicle Keimbläschen {n}
germinatedentkeimt
germinated gekeimt
germinating entkeimend [geh. für entsprießend]
germinatingkeimend
germinating power Triebkraft {f}
germinating temperatureKeimtemperatur {f}
germinationKeimen {n}
germinationSprossen {n}
germinationKeimung {f}
germination Aufkeimen {n}
germination Verschmelzung {f}
germination Germination {f}
germination abilityKeimfähigkeit {f}
germination box Keimkasten {m}
germination capacityKeimfähigkeit {f}
germination conditions Keimbedingungen {pl}
germination numberKeimzahl {f}
germination phase Keimphase {f}
germination phaseKeimungsphase {f}
germination rate Keimungsrate {f}
germination rate Keimrate {f}
germination timeKeimdauer {f}
germinative germinativ
germinative keimfähig
germinessKeimbefall {m}
germ-infested verkeimt
germing keimend
germinocyte Germinozyt {m}
germinocytesGerminozyten {pl}
germinoma Germinom {n}
germinule Germinule {f}
germ-killing keimtötend
germ-killingkeimabtötend
germlesskeimfrei
germline Keimbahn {f}
germline mutationKeimbahnmutation {f}
germ-line theory Keimbahntheorie {f}
germline therapy Keimbahntherapie {f}
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