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jack stand [Am.] Unterstellbock {m}
jack stand [Am.] Abstützbock {m}
jack stand [Am.]Dreibock {m}
jack starPutzstern {m}
jack stayLängsstrebe {f} [Flugzeugbau]
jack stay Jackstag {n}
jack storage bag Wagenhebertasche {f}
jack stowageWagenheberbefestigung {f} [im Kofferraum]
Jack Tar [Br.] [coll., dated] [sailor] Seebär {m} [ugs.] [Matrose]
Jack Tar [Br.] [coll., dated] [sailor]Matrose {m}
Jack the Giant Slayer [Bryan Singer] Jack and the Giants
jack tree [Artocarpus heterophyllus] Jackfruchtbaum {m}
Jack with a Lanthorn [archaic] [spv.] Irrlicht {n}
jackalSchakal {m}
jackal buzzard [Buteo rufofuscus, syn.: B. jakal] Schakalbussard {m}
jackal buzzard [Buteo rufofuscus]Felsenbussard {m}
jackal coursingSchakaljagd {f}
jackal cub Schakalwelpe {m}
jackal flies [family Milichiidae] Nistfliegen {pl}
jackal-headed [Anubis] schakalköpfig [Anubis]
jackalope Rasselbock {m}
jackalope gehörntes Kaninchen {n} [Fabeltier]
jackalope [Am.] Wolpertinger {m}
jackals Schakale {pl}
Jackals and Arabs Schakale und Araber [Franz Kafka]
jackal's food [Euphorbia mauritanica]Afrikanische Wolfsmilch {f}
jackal's food [Euphorbia mauritanica] Milchbusch {m}
jackanapes Frechdachs {m}
jackanapes [obs.]Fant {m} [veraltet]
jackaroo [Aus.]Cowboy {m}
jackaroo [Aus.] [station trainee] Jackaroo {m} [junger, noch in der Ausbildung befindlicher Arbeiter auf einer Viehfarm]
Jackass Schwarzer Peter
jackass [coll.] Blödmann {m} [ugs.]
jackass [contemptibly stupid person] Idiot {m}
jackass [Dacelo novaeguineae, syn.: D. gigas]Jägerliest {m}
jackass [Dacelo novaeguineae, syn.: D. gigas] Lachender Hans {m}
jackass [male donkey]Esel {m}
jackass [male donkey]Hengst {m} [Esel]
jackass [stupid person]Depp {m} [ugs.]
jackass [stupid person] Trottel {m} [ugs.]
jackass [stupid person] Dummkopf {m} [pej.]
jackass [stupid person] blöder Esel {m} [ugs.]
jackass penguin [Spheniscus demersus]Brillenpinguin {m}
jackass penguin chick Brillenpinguinküken {n} [auch: Brillenpinguin-Küken]
jackass penguin colonyBrillenpinguinkolonie {f} [auch: Brillenpinguin-Kolonie]
jackasses Esel {pl}
jackasses [coll.] [Spheniscus demersus] [jackass / African penguins]Brillenpinguine {pl}
jackboothoher Stiefel {m}
jackboot Knobelbecher {m}
jackbooted [fig.]brutal
jackbootsReitstiefel {pl}
jackboots Marschstiefel {pl}
jackboots Knobelbecher {pl} [ugs.]
Jack-by-the-hedge [esp. Br.] [coll.] [Alliaria petiolata, Alliaria officinalis, Erysimum alliaria, Sisymbrium alliaria] Knoblauchskraut {n}
jackdaw [Coloeus monedula, syn.: Corvus monedula]Dohle {f}
jackdaw eggs Dohleneier {pl}
jackdawsDohlen {pl}
Jackdaws [Ken Follett]Die Leopardin
jackedaufgebockt
jacked [Am.] [sl.] [muscular]aufgepumpt [ugs.] [muskelbepackt]
jacked up hochgebockt
jacked up aufgebockt
jacker [Am.] [sl.] Dieb {m}
jacket Buchumschlag {m}
jacket Hülle {f}
jacketJacke {f}
jacket Sakko {m} {n}
jacketSchutzumschlag {m}
jacket Umschlag {m} [Buchumschlag]
jacket Diskettenhülle {f}
jacket Jackett {n}
jacket Schutzhülle {f}
jacket Kapsel {f} [gedichtetes oder besonders robustes Gehäuse]
jacket Umhüllung {f} [z. B. beim Kabel]
jacket Ummantelung {f} [z. B. beim Kabel]
jacket Lampenkolben {m}
jacketGlaskolben {m} [Lampe]
jacketRahmen {m}
jacket Faserhülle {f} für Einzelfaser [Lichtwellenleiter]
jacketFaserhülle {f} für Faserbündel [Lichtwellenleiter]
jacketFaserhülle {f} [Lichtwellenleiter]
jacketAderbündel {n} [Lichtwellenleiter]
jacketStützgerüst {n} [Erdölbohrung]
jacket Jacket {n} [Erdölbohrung]
jacketRohrfachwerkunterbau {m} [Erdölbohrung]
jacket Stahlgerüst {n} [Erdölbohrung]
jacket Doppelmantel {m} [Tank]
jacket Wams {n} [veraltet]
jacketundsoo Wams {n} [veraltet]
jacket Frack {m} [ugs.] [fränk.] [Jacke]
jacket [Am.] [envelope, cover] Tasche {f} [Umschlag, Hülle]
jacket [casing] Verkleidung {f} [eines Geräts, Gegenstands]
jacket [esp. of a traditional costume]Goller {n} [bei Trachten; ugs. regional, sonst veraltet] [Jacke]
jacket [in offshore constructions]Jacket {n} [Gründung, Tragkonstruktion für Offshorebauwerke]
jacket [men's] Rock {m} [geh.] [Herrenrock]
jacket [of a potato, esp. when cooked] Schale {f} [Kartoffelschale, bes. gekochte]
jacket [of a record]Plattenhülle {f}
jacket [overcoat]Mantel {m}
jacket [wrapper for newspapers etc.]Streifband {n}
jacket collar Jackenkragen {m}
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