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EnglishGerman
inculpableschuldlos
inculpable [here: not reprehensible or not guilty] unsträflich [veraltet] [unstrafbar oder unschuldig, nicht zu tadeln]
inculpated beschuldigt
inculpating [archaic] [accusing] beschuldigend
inculpativebeschuldigend
inculpatorybeschuldigend
inculturatedinkulturiert
inculturation Inkulturation {f}
incumbencies Amtszeiten {pl}
incumbency Amtszeit {f}
incumbency Innehaben {n} eines Amtes
incumbency [obligation] Obliegenheit {f} [geh.]
incumbentAmtsinhaber {m}
incumbentobliegend
incumbentamtierend
incumbentvorherrschend
incumbent Inhaber {m} [eines Amtes]
incumbent Stelleninhaber {m}
incumbentnotwendig
incumbent erforderlich
incumbent [female] Amtsinhaberin {f}
incumbent [female] Stelleninhaberin {f}
incumbent [fig.]Platzhirsch {m} [fig.] [ugs.]
incumbent rock strata liegende Gesteinsschichten {pl} [Liegendes]
incumbent suppliers [of energy] etablierte Versorger {pl} [Energie]
incumbents Amtsinhaber {pl}
incumbranceBelastung {f} mit Schulden
incunableWiegendruck {m}
incunabula {pl} Inkunabeln {pl}
incunabula {pl} Wiegendrucke {pl}
incunabula era Inkunabelzeit {f}
incunabulum [early printed book, pre 1501] Inkunabel {f}
incunabulum [early printed book, pre 1501]Wiegendruck {m}
incurabilityUnheilbarkeit {f}
incurability Inkurabilität {f}
incurable unheilbar
incurable unverbesserlich
incurable inkurabel
incurable unkurierbar
incurablenicht therapierbar
incurable boils [6. Biblical Plague] Schwarze Blattern {pl} [Luther] / Geschwüre {pl} [6. Landplage]
incurable disease unheilbare Krankheit {f}
incurable optimist unheilbarer Optimist {m}
incurable optimist unverbesserlicher Optimist {m}
incurablenessUnheilbarkeit {f}
incurablenessissmus Unheilbarkeit {f}
incurablyunheilbar
incurably inkurabel
incurably [fig.] unverbesserlich
incurious gleichgültig
incurious uninteressiert
incurious nicht neugierig
incuriously gleichgültig
incuriouslynicht neugierig
incurredzugezogen
incurred [losses etc.; more often in postpos. than not] erlitten [Verluste etc.]
incurred but not reported claim <IBNR claim> Spätschaden {m}
incurred cost {sg}angefallene Kosten {pl}
incurred costs entstandene Kosten {pl}
incurred costs angefallene Kosten {pl}
incurred liabilitieseingegangene Verpflichtungen {pl}
incurrence [of debts etc.] Aufnehmen {n} [von Schulden usw.]
incurrence [of guilt etc.] Aufsichladen {n} [von Schuld usw.]
incurrence [of obligations etc.] Eingehen {n} [von Verpflichtungen usw.]
incurrent canal Einstromkanal {m}
incurrent opening Einströmöffnung {f}
incurringerleidend
incurring debts Schuldenmachen {n} [formell]
incursionEinbruch {m}
incursion Einfall {m} [feindlich]
incursion feindlicher Einfall {m}
incursionÜbergriff {m} [auf Territorium]
incursion [in a region, field] Eindringen {n} [in ein Gebiet]
incursionsEinbrüche {pl}
incursions Einfälle {pl}
incurved eingekrümmt
incurvedeinwärtsgebogen [nach innen gebogen]
incurved nach innen gebogen
incurved rush [Juncus inflexus, syn.: J. acutissimus, J. glaucescens, J. glaucus, J. pallidus, J. tenax] Blaue Binse {f}
incurved rush [Juncus inflexus, syn.: J. acutissimus, J. glaucescens, J. glaucus, J. pallidus, J. tenax]Blaugrüne Binse {f}
incurved rush [Juncus inflexus, syn.: J. acutissimus, J. glaucescens, J. glaucus, J. pallidus, J. tenax] Seegrüne Binse {f}
incurved rush [Juncus inflexus, syn.: J. acutissimus, J. glaucescens, J. glaucus, J. pallidus, J. tenax]Blau-Binse / Blaubinse {f}
incurved rush [Juncus inflexus, syn.: J. acutissimus, J. glaucescens, J. glaucus, J. pallidus, J. tenax]Grau-Simse {f}
incurved rush [Juncus inflexus, syn.: J. acutissimus, J. glaucescens, J. glaucus, J. pallidus, J. tenax]Blaugrüne Simse {f}
incus Amboss {m}
incus Incus {m}
incuse [coinage] vertieft eingeprägt [Münzprägung]
incuse [design stamped or hammered onto a coin] Prägung {f} [Gepräge, auf eine Münze geprägtes Bild oder Zeichen]
incuse [design stamped or hammered onto a coin]Gepräge {n} [auf eine Münze geprägtes Bild oder Zeichen]
incyclophoria [the tendency of the eyes to rotate inward] Inzyklophorie {f} [Strabologie: Verrollung nach innen]
incyclorotation Incyclorotation {f} [Rsv.]
incyclorotation Inzyklorotation {f}
incyclotropia Inzyklotropie {f}
indebted verschuldet
indebtedverpflichtet [zu Dank etc.]
indebted countries Schuldenländer {pl}
indebtedness Verschuldung {f}
indebtedness Schuldenlast {f}
indebtedness Verpflichtung {f}
indebtednessVerbindlichkeit {f}
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