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klutz [Am.] [coll.] Trampel {m} {n} [ugs.]
klutz [Am.] [coll.] Trottel {m} [ugs.] [ungeschickter Mensch]
klutzier [coll.] schwerfälliger
klutziest [Am.] [sl.]schwerfälligste
klutziness Schwerfälligkeit {f} [Tollpatschigkeit]
klutziness [coll.]Tollpatschigkeit {f}
klutzy [Am.] [coll.]schwerfällig
klutzy [Am.] [coll.]trampelig [ugs.]
klutzy [Am.] [coll.]trampelhaft [ugs.]
Klüver-Bucy syndrome Klüver-Bucy-Syndrom {n}
Kluxer [Am.] Ku-Kluxer {m} [ugs.]
klystron Klystron {n}
klystron tubeKlystron {n}
klyuchevskite [K3Cu3(Fe,Al)O2(SO4)4]Klyuchevskit {m}
km-allowance km-Geld {n}
knabstrup Knabstrupper {m}
knabstrupperKnabstrupper {m}
knackKniff {m}
knack Fertigkeit {f}
knackGeschick {n}
knackTalent {n}
knack Trick {m} [Kniff]
knack Dreh {m} [ugs.]
knack [talent]Gabe {f} [Talent]
knack [talent]Kunst {f} [Geschick, Talent]
knacker Pferdeschlachter {m}
knacker [Br.]Abdecker {m}
knacker [Br.] Schinder {m} [veraltet] [Abdecker]
knacker man Schlächter {m}
knacker sausage Knacker {f} [Knackwurst]
[knacker's yard, boneyard]Wasenplatz {m} [ein Ort zur Entsorgung von Tierkadavern]
knackered [Br.] [coll.]todmüde [ugs.]
knackered [Br.] [coll.]geschafft [ugs.]
knackered [Br.] [coll.] erledigt [ugs.]
knackered [Br.] [coll.]hinüber [ugs.]
knackered [Br.] [coll.]geschlaucht [ugs.]
knackered [Br.] [coll.] [exhausted]gerädert [ugs.]
knackered [Br.] [coll.] [tired]erschöpft
knackered [Br.] [coll.]kaputt [ugs.] [erschöpft (Person); auch: beschädigt (Ding)]
knackered [Br.] [coll.] ausgeleiert
knackered [Br.] [coll.] [extremely tired] platt [nur prädikativ] [ugs.] [(körperlich) erschöpft]
knacker's Pferdeschlachterei {f}
knackersAbdecker {pl}
knackers [Br.] [vulg.]Eier {pl} [vulg.]
knackers crumpet [Pluteus salicinus]Grünlichgrauer Dachpilz {m}
knackers crumpet [Pluteus salicinus] Grauer Dachpilz {m}
knackers crumpet [Pluteus salicinus] Graugrüner Dachpilz {m}
knacker's yardAbdeckerei {f}
knacker's yard Rossschlächterei {f}
knacker's yard Schindanger {m} [veraltet]
knackery [Br.] Abdeckerei {f}
knackwurstKnackwurst {f}
knackwurst Knacker {m} [österr., südd. auch: {f}]
[knackwurst filled with onion slices] Maurerforelle {f} [mit Zwiebelscheiben gefüllte Knackwurst] [österr.]
knaidel [also: kneidel] [from Yiddish kneydel] [matzo ball]Matzeknödel {m} [auch: Mazzeknödel]
knaidel [also: kneidel] [from Yiddish kneydel] [matzo ball]Matzenknödel {pl} [auch: Mazzenknödel]
knaidlach {pl} [matzo balls] Matzeknödel {pl} [auch: Mazzeknödel]
knaidlach {pl} [matzo balls] Matzenknödel {pl} [auch: Mazzenknödel]
Knallgas bacteriaKnallgasbakterien {pl} [veraltet]
Knallgas-bacteriaWasserstoffbakterien {pl}
Knallgas-bacteriawasserstoffoxidierende Bakterien {pl}
knap [archaic, dialect]Gipfel {m}
Knapp dianthus [Dianthus knappii, syn.: D. liburnicus var. knappii] Gelbe Nelke {f}
Knapp dianthus [Dianthus knappii, syn.: D. liburnicus var. knappii]Schwefel-Nelke / Schwefelnelke {f}
knapped flint gespaltener Flintstein {m}
knapper Steinschläger {m}
knapping techniqueSteinbearbeitungstechnik {f}
knapsack Ranzen {m}
knapsack Tornister {m}
knapsack Rucksack {m}
knapsack Affe {m} [ugs.] [veraltend] [Tornister]
knapsackFelleisen {n} [veraltet]
knapsack Schnappsack {m} [veraltet]
knapsack principle Rucksackprinzip {n}
knapsack problem Rucksackproblem {n}
knapsack sprayer [Br.] Rückenspritze {f}
knapsacks Tornister {pl}
knapweed broomrape [Orobanche elatior] Große Sommerwurz {f}
knapweed carder-bee [Bombus sylvarum]Waldhummel {f}
knapweed conch [Agapeta zoegana] Flockenblumen-Wickler {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
knapweed conch [Agapeta zoegana]Schwefelgelber Flockenblumen-Wurzelfresser {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
knapweed fritillary [Melitaea phoebe] [butterfly]Flockenblumen-Scheckenfalter {m}
knapweeds [genus Centaurea] Flockenblumen {pl}
knar [in wood]Knorzen {m} [südd.] [regional] [Knorren]
knarled [spv.] [gnarled] knorrig
knarr Knarr {f} [Wikinger-Schiff]
knasibfite [K3Na4 [SiF6]3 [BF4]]Knasibfit {m}
knave Bube {m}
knave Unter {m}
knave [archaic] Schurke {m}
knave [archaic] Schelm {m} [pej.]
knave [archaic]Schuft {m}
knave [archaic] Schelmann {m} [veraltet] [Schelm]
knave [archaic] [boy, servant] Knappe {m}
knave of clubsKreuzbube {m}
knave of diamonds Karobube {m}
knave of diamondsSchellenunter {m} [Spielkarte; bes. deutsches Blatt] [Karobube]
knave of heartsHerzbube {m}
knave of hearts [obsolete for: jack of hearts]Herzunter {m} [Spielkarte; bes. deutsches Blatt]
knave of spadesPikbube {m}
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