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hauler Schlepper {m}
haulerFrachtführer {m}
hauler [Am.]Spediteur {m}
hauler [Am.] Transporteur {m}
hauler [company] [Am.] Spedition {f}
hauler [female] [Am.] Spediteurin {f}
haulers Schlepper {pl}
haulers [Am.] Spediteure {pl}
haulier Spedition {f}
haulier [Br.]Frachtführer {m}
haulier [Br.]Spediteur {m}
haulier [Br.] Transporteur {m}
haulier [Br.] Frächter {m} [österr.]
haulier [Br.]Güterkraftverkehrsunternehmen {n}
haulier [Br.] [company]Transportfirma {f}
haulier [Br.] [company] Speditionsfirma {f}
haulier [Br.] [person]Transportunternehmer {m}
hauliers [Br.]Fuhrunternehmen {pl}
hauling schleppend [einen Gegenstand ziehend]
hauling and carrying rope Zug- und Tragseil {n}
hauling engine Fördermaschine {f}
hauling rope Zugseil {n}
haulm Halm {m}
haulm [esp. Br.]Stängel {pl}
haulm [esp. Br.]Stängel {m}
haulm [esp. Br.]Stroh {n} [z. B.: Bohnenstroh, nicht Getreidestroh]
haulm [esp. Br.]Kraut {n} [z. B.: Kartoffelkraut, nicht Gemüse]
haulm [esp Br.]Stengel {m} [alt]
haulm chopper Kartoffelkrautschläger {m}
haulm slasher Kartoffelkrautschläger {m}
haul-offAbzug {m}
hauls [of fish] Fischzüge {pl}
haulwayFörderstrecke {f}
Haumea Haumea {f}
haunchHüfte {f}
haunchLende {f}
haunchNutzapfen {m} [Holztechnik]
haunch Keule {f}
haunchHuft {f} [schweiz.] [Hüfte]
haunch bone [Os ilium] [less frequent than: iliac bone]Darmbein {n}
haunch of horse Pferdekeule {f}
haunch of venison Hirschkeule {f}
haunch of venisonRehkeule {f}
haunch of venison Hirschschlegel {m} [bayer.]
haunch of venisonRehschlegel {m} [bayer.]
haunch of venison Hirschschlögl {m} [seltener für: Hirschschlögel] [bes. österr.] [Hirschschlegel]
haunch of venison Hirschschlögel {m} [österr.] [südd.] [Hirschschlegel]
haunched tenonZapfen {m} mit Nutzapfen [Holztechnik]
haunches Hüften {pl}
haunches {pl}Gesäß {n}
haunches-inTravers {m}
haunches-out Renvers {m}
hauntTreff {m} [ugs.] [bevorzugter Treffpunkt oder Ort]
haunt [hiding place, retreat]Schlupfwinkel {m}
haunt [of animals] Lebensraum {m} [von Wildtieren]
haunt ofTreffpunkt {m} für
haunted heimgesucht
haunted verfolgt
haunted Spuk-
Haunted [James Herbert]Besessen
Haunted [Lewis Gilbert] Haunted – Haus der Geister
haunted [look]gequält
haunted [look]gehetzt
haunted [person]ruhelos
haunted by guilt [postpos.]von Schuldgefühlen geplagt
haunted by visions [postpos.] von Halluzinationen verfolgt
haunted castleSpukschloss {n}
haunted castle Geisterschloss {n}
haunted cavernSpukhöhle {f}
haunted forest verwunschener Wald {m}
haunted forest Zauberwald {m}
Haunted Gold [Mack V. Wright] Gejagtes Gold
haunted houseSpukhaus {n}
haunted houseGeisterhaus {n}
haunted houseverfluchtes Haus {n}
haunted houseGespensterhaus {n}
haunted man Gehetzter {m}
haunted person ruhelose Person {f}
haunted placeverwunschener Ort {m} [negativ]
haunter Verfolger {m}
hauntersVerfolger {pl}
haunting verfolgend
hauntingtief bewegend [eindrucksvoll]
haunting unvergesslich
haunting Spuk {m}
hauntingly ergreifend
hauntingly eindringlich
hauntingly beautifulbetörend schön [geh.]
hauntology Hauntologie {f}
Hauptschule [secondary school in Germany, with lower secondary education (level 2) acc. to the ISCED] Hauptschule {f} [Schulform mit dem Level 2 nach ISCED-Klassifikation der UNESCO]
["Haus vom Nikolaus" is the name of a German children's version of the crossed house puzzle]Haus vom Niklaus {n} [Kinderspiel]
Hausa [Yaren Hausa or Halshen Hausa]Hausa {n} [auch: Hausanci]
Hausa mouse [Mus haussa] Hausa-Zwergmaus {f}
Hausas Haussas {pl} [Angehörige einer Völkergruppe in Westafrika]
Hausdorff dimension Hausdorff-Dimension {f}
Hausdorff maximal principleMaximalkettenprinzip {m} (von Hausdorff) [auch: Hausdorff'sches Maximalkettenprinzip]
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