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jeremiad Hiobsbotschaft {f}
jeremiadJeremiade {f}
jeremiad Klagelied {n}
Jeremiah Jeremia {m}
Jeremiah Jeremias {m}
Jeremiah Johnson [Sydney Pollack] Jeremiah Johnson
jerepigo [South African dessert wine]Jerepigo {m} [südafrikanischer Dessertwein]
JerichoJericho – Der Anschlag
Jericho trumpetJericho-Trompete {f}
jerk Reflex {m}
jerkRuck {m}
jerk Zuckung {f}
jerk ruckartige Bewegung {f}
jerk Zucken {n}
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Narr {m}
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Trottel {m} [ugs.]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Wichser {m} [vulg.]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Depp {m} [ugs.]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.]Idiot {m}
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Dämlack {m} [ugs.]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Knilch {m} [ugs.]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Saftsack {m} [ugs.]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.] Penner {m} [ugs.] [dumme, nervende Person]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.]Arsch {m} [ugs.] [dumme, nervende Person]
jerk [esp. Am.] [coll.]Tubel {m} [schweiz.] [pej.]
jerk [jump]Satz {m} [Sprung]
jerk [sudden movement]Sprung {m} [Satz, Schreckreaktion]
jerk chicken [in Gewürzen mariniertes und über Holzfeuer gegrilltes Hühnchen]
jerk finger [Tendovaginitis stenosans] Triggerfinger {m}
jerk limitationRuckbegrenzung {f}
jerk nystagmus Rucknystagmus {m}
jerkfree ruckfrei
jerk-free ruckelfrei
jerkier ruckartiger
jerkily ruckartig
jerkinJacke {f} [16., 17. Jh.]
jerkin Wams {n}
jerkinessRuckartigkeit {f}
jerkinessSprunghaftigkeit {f}
jerking zerrend
jerking zuckend
jerking zusammenzuckend
jerking Ruckeln {n}
jerking table Schüttelherd {m}
jerkingly stoßweise
jerk-off [esp. Am.] [sl.]Vollidiot {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
jerk-off [esp. Am.] [sl.] Schwachkopf {m}
jerk-off magazine [Am.] [vulg.] Wichsvorlage {f} [vulg.]
jerk-off material [Am.] [vulg.] Wichsvorlage {f} [vulg.]
jerk-wad [vulg.] [sl.] Arschloch {n} [vulg.]
jerkwater town [Am.] [coll.] Kaff {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
jerky stoßweise
jerky ruckhaft
jerky [sl.] blöd [ugs.]
jerky [Am.]Rauchfleisch {n} [Pökelfleisch]
jerky [Am.]Dörrfleisch {n}
jerky [coll.] [foolish] bekloppt [ugs.]
jerky [e.g. movements] stoßartig [ruckartig, z. B. Bewegungen]
jerky [incoherent]unzusammenhängend
jerky [movement] zuckend
jerky [way of speaking] abgehackt
jerky movementruckartige Bewegung {f}
jerky nystagmus Rucknystagmus {m}
Jerlov water typesJerlov-Wassertypen {pl}
jeroboamJeroboam {f} [3-Liter-Champagnerflasche]
jeroboamDoppelmagnum {f}
jeroboamDoppelmagnumflasche {f}
jeroboam [Br.] [obs.] [chamber pot]Nachttopf {m}
JeromeHieronymus {m}
jerrican Kanister {m} [für Kraftstoff oder Wasser]
Jerries [coll.] [Germans] [Bezeichnung für Deutsche im 2. Weltkrieg (von "Germans")]
jerry Nachttopf {m}
jerryPott {m} [ugs.] [Nachttopf]
Jerry [Br.] [coll.] [Spitzname für deutsche Soldaten im 1. und 2. Weltkrieg]
jerry bag [pej.] [Br.]Jerry-Bag {f} [Frau v. d. Kanalinseln, die sich während der deutsch. Besetzung 1940-1945 mit deutsch. Soldaten eingelassen hat]
jerry builder Baupfuscher {m} [Erbauer minderwertiger Häuser]
jerry canKanister {m} [für Kraftstoff oder Wasser]
Jerry Maguire [Cameron Crowe]Jerry Maguire – Spiel des Lebens
jerry-building [pej.] Pfusch {m} am Bau [ugs.] [pej.] [Redewendung] [minderwertiges Bauen]
jerry-built unsolide gebaut
jerry-built housebillig und schäbig gebautes Haus {n}
jerry-built house Bruchbude {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
jerrycan Benzinkanister {m}
jerrycanKanister {m} [für Kraftstoff oder Wasser]
jerrycan (for diesel)Dieselkanister {m}
jerrygibbsite [Mn9(SiO4)4(OH)2]Jerrygibbsit {m}
jerry-rigged [alteration from "jury-rigged"]notdürftig
jersey Pulli {m} [ugs.]
jersey Pullover {m}
jersey [cardigan] Strickjacke {f}
jersey [fabric] Jersey {m}
jersey [fabric] Tricot {m} {n} [schweiz.] [Jersey]
jersey [football / soccer] Leibchen {n} [Sportleibchen] [veraltend]
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