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EnglishGerman
háček [ ˇ ] Háček {n} [ ˇ ]
hacendero [also less commonly: haciendero]Haziendero {m}
Hachiko: A Dog's Story [Lasse Hallström] Hachiko – Eine wunderbare Freundschaft
Hachimoji DNA Hachimoji-DNA {f}
Hachimoji RNA Hachimoji-RNA {f}
Hachisuka's sunbird [Aethopyga primigenius]Graukehl-Nektarvogel {m}
hachoirWiegemesser {n}
hachure Bergstrich {m}
hachure [area of hatching] Schraffierung {f} [Kartographie]
hachuredschraffiert [bes. auf Landkarten]
hachures Schraffierung {f}
HachyHeuschlingen {n}
haciendaGrundbesitz {m}
hacienda Hacienda {f}
haciendaHazienda {f}
hackHack {m}
hackHacke {f}
hack Hieb {m}
hackTritt {m}
hack trockener Husten {m}
hackKlepper {m}
hack [Am.] [coll.] Taxi {n} [schweiz. auch {m}]
hack [Am.] [coll.] [dated] [cab driver]Taxerer {m} [ugs.] [regional] [Taxifahrer]
hack [Br.]Ausritt {m}
hack [horse for ordinary riding] Reitpferd {n}
hack [horse rented out for riding] Mietpferd {n}
hack [mediocre journalist] [coll.] Schmierfink {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [sensationsheischender, oberflächlicher Journalist]
hack [non-committed person]Mitläufer {m}
hack [worn-out horse]alter Gaul {m}
hack day [coll.] [hackathon]Hack Day {m} [ugs.] [Hackfest, Hackathon]
hack lawyerWinkeladvokat {m}
hack sawBügelsäge {f}
hack saw Hubsäge {f}
hack saw blade Sägeblatt {n}
hack saw frame Bügelsäge {f}
hack writer Lohnschreiber {m}
hack (writer) [pej.] Schreiberling {m}
hackamore gebisslose Zäumung {f}
hackathon [coll.] Programmiermarathon {m}
hackathon [coll.]Hackathon {m} [Kofferwort aus „Hack“ und „Marathon“]
hackathon [coll.] Hackfest {n} [ugs.] [Hackathon]
hackberry [genus Celtis] Nesselbaum {m}
hackberry [genus Celtis]Zürgelbaum {m}
hackberry [Prunus padus] Gewöhnliche Traubenkirsche {f}
hackberry [Prunus padus]Ahlkirsche {f}
hackberry [Prunus padus] Sumpfkirsche {f}
hackberry [Prunus padus] Elsenkirsche {f}
hackbutHakenbüchse {f} [hist. Schusswaffe]
hackedgehackt
hacked computer gehackter Rechner {m}
hacked datagehackte Daten {pl}
Hackensack (people) [Native American tribe]Hackensack {pl} [Indianerstamm]
hacker Hacker {m}
hackerDatenpirat {m} [ugs.]
hacker [female] Hackerin {f}
hacker attack Hackerangriff {m}
hacker attack Hacker-Attacke {f}
hackers Hacker {pl}
hackers [female] Hackerinnen {pl}
Hackers [Iain Softley]Hackers – Im Netz des FBI
hackery [Ind.] [bullock cart]Ochsenkarren {m}
hackie [Am.] [coll.] Taxifahrer {m}
hackinghackend
hacking Promenadenreiten {n}
hacking [horse riding for pleasure or exercise] Ausreiten {n}
hacking attackHackerangriff {m}
hacking attack [rare]Hackangriff {m} [selten für: Hackerangriff]
hacking coughtrockener Husten {m}
hacking jacket Reitjacke {f}
hackle Federbusch {m}
hackle Hechel {f}
hackle[lange aufstellbare] Nackenfeder {f}
hackleNackenfedern {pl} [bes. des Hahns]
hackleNackengefieder {n} [bes. des Hahns]
hackle [for fly fishing] Hechel {f} [Vogelfedern zur Herstellung von Trockenfliegen beim Fliegenangeln]
hackle fly künstliche Fliege {f} (mit Federfüßen) [Köder beim Fischen]
hackleback [Scaphirhynchus platorynchus] (Gemeiner) Schaufelstör {m}
hackledzerkleinert
hackled orb weaver [family Uloboridae] Kräuselradnetzspinne {f}
hackled upgereizt
hackledmesh weavers [family Amaurobiidae]Finsterspinnen {pl}
hacklemesh weavers [family Amaurobiidae] Finsterspinnen {pl}
hackles Nackenfell {n}
hackles [aufstellbare] Nackenhaare {pl} (eines Tieres)
hacklingzerkleinernd
hackly [jagged] zerhackt
hackmatack [Larix laricina]Ostamerikanische Lärche {f}
hackmatack [Larix laricina] Amerikanische Lärche {f}
hackmatack [Larix laricina] Tamarack-Lärche {f}
hackmatack [Larix laricina] Tamarack {f}
hackmatack [Populus balsamifera (subsp. balsamifera), syn.: Populus tacamahaca, P. candicans] [(eastern) balsam poplar]Balsampappel / Balsam-Pappel {f}
hackney Lohnarbeiter {m}
hackneyPferd {n} [gewöhnliches Zug- und Reitpferd]
hackneyMietgaul {m}
hackney Kutschpferd {n}
hackneyDroschkengaul {m}
hackney Droschke {f}
hackney Hackney {n} [Pferderasse]
hackneyMiet-
hackney [sl.] [archaic] [prostitute]Straßendirne {f} [veraltet]
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