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EnglishGerman
kick-off Auftakt {m}
kick-off Spielbeginn {m}
kickoff Anpfiff {m}
kickoffAnfang {m}
kick-off [also: kickoff] [American football, soccer / football] Ankick {m} [American Football, Fußball]
kickoff [Am.]Anstoß {m}
kick-off [football] Anstoß {m}
kick-off [time when a match starts] Anpfiff {m} [Anstoßzeit]
kick-off event [coll.]Auftaktveranstaltung {f}
kick-off meeting Kick-off-Meeting {n} [Auftaktveranstaltung]
kick-off speech Impulsreferat {n}
kick-off timeAnstoßzeit {f}
kick-pleat Saumschlitz {m}
kicks Fußtritte {pl}
kicksTritte {pl}
kicks [Am.] [sl.] Treter {pl} [ugs.] [Schuhe]
kicks [Am.] [sl.]Latschen {pl} [ugs.] [Schuhe]
kicks from the penalty mark [football / soccer] Elfmeterschießen {n} [Fußball]
kickshaw [archaic]Delikatesse {f}
kicksledTretschlitten {m}
kickstandSeitenstütze {f}
kickstand Fahrradständer {m} [am Fahrrad]
kickstand [bike and computer] Ständer {m} [Fahrradständer und für Mobilcomputer]
kick-start Kickstarter {m}
kick-start Tretanlasser {m}
kickstarter Kickstarter {m}
kickstarterTretanlasser {m}
kickstripTrittleiste {f} [z. B. an der Tür]
kickstrip Stoßleiste {f} [z. B. an der Tür]
kick-the-cat politics [treated as sg. or (less often) pl.] [idiom] Politik {f} des Nach-unten-Tretens [fig.]
kick-the-dog politics [treated as sg. or (less often) pl.] [idiom] Politik {f} des Nach-unten-Tretens [fig.]
kickup [Am.] [coll.]Wirbel {m} [Aufhebens]
kickup [Am.] [coll.] Wind {m} [ugs.] [Aufhebens]
kickup [Am.] [coll.] Theater {n} [ugs.] [Aufhebens]
kid Kleiner {m}
kid [coll.] Gör {n} [nordd.]
kid [coll.]Kind {n}
kid [coll.] Balg {m} {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [(kleines) Kind]
kid [coll.]Blag {n} [pej.] [ugs. für: Kind]
kid [coll.] [child] Kid {n} [ugs.]
kid [coll.] [little boy] Pimpf {m} [ugs.] [kleiner Junge]
kid [female]Kleine {f}
kid [man] Bursche {m}
kid [of the antelope] Antilopenkitz {n}
kid [of the chamois] Gämsenkitz {n}
kid [of the goat] Zicklein {n}
kid [of the goat]Ziegenkitz {n}
kid [of the goat] Geißlein {n}
kid [of the roe deer]Rehkitz {n}
kid [of the roe deer]Rehkalb {n}
kid [young goat] Geißböcklein {n}
kid [young goat] Kitz {n} [bei Ziegen]
kid brother [coll.] Brüderchen {n}
kid brother [coll.] [younger brother] kleiner Bruder {m} [ugs.] [jüngerer Bruder]
kid brother [coll.] [younger brother] jüngerer Bruder {m}
Kid Galahad [Phil Karlson]Kid Galahad – Harte Fäuste, heiße Liebe
kid glovesGlacéhandschuhe {pl}
kid goatZiegenkitz {n}
kid hack [Am.] [coll.] [horse-drawn vehicle used for transporting children to school] [Pferdedroschke, mit der Kinder in den USA zur Schule gefahren wurden]
kid leatherZiegenleder {n}
kid sister [coll.] Schwesterchen {n}
kid sister [coll.]Schwesterlein {n} [ugs.] [veraltet bzw. hum.]
kid sister [coll.] [younger sister]kleine Schwester {f} [ugs.] [jüngere Schwester]
kid sister [coll.] [younger sister]jüngere Schwester {f}
kid stuff [coll.] Kinderkram {m} [ugs.]
Kidako moray [Gymnothorax kidako] Kidako-Muräne {f}
kiddcreekite [Cu6SnWS8]Kiddcreekit {m}
kidded [coll.] veräppelt [ugs.]
kidder Späßemacher {m}
kidderSpaßvogel {m} [ugs.]
kidder Gaudibursch {m} [ugs.] [bayer.]
KidderminsterKidderminster {n}
kiddie [coll.] Kind {n}
kiddie [coll.] Kiddie {n} [ugs.]
kiddie kitchenSpielzeugküche {f}
kiddie pool [coll.]Planschbecken {n} [für Babys und Kleinkinder]
kiddies [coll.]Kinder {pl}
kiddingscherzend
kidding veräppelnd
kidding Foppen {n}
kidding Flachs {m} [ugs.] [Scherz]
kidding [goat] Lammen {n} [ein Ziegenlamm zur Welt bringen]
kidding [goat]Zickeln {n}
kidding apartohne Flachs [ugs.]
Kidding aside. Scherz beiseite.
Kidding aside.Spaß beiseite.
kiddingly scherzend
kiddingly scherzhaft
kiddishness [esp. dated]Kindlichkeit {f}
kiddo [esp. Am.] [coll.] Kleiner {m}
kiddo [female] [esp. Am.] [coll.] Kleine {f}
Kiddush Kiddusch {m}
Kiddush cupKidduschbecher {m}
kiddykindlich
kiddy [auch: kiddie] [coll.] Kindlein {n} [verniedlichend]
kiddy [auch: kiddie] [coll.]Kleinchen {n} [verniedlichend]
kiddy [auch: kiddie] [coll.] Kindchen {n} [verniedlichend]
kiddy [coll.]Kind {n}
kiddy [coll.]Kiddy {n} [ugs.] [Kind, Jugendliche bzw. Jugendlicher]
kiddy coke [coll.] Zappelphilipp-Droge {f} [ugs.]
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