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knee-length sock Kniestrumpf {m}
knee-length socksKniestrümpfe {pl}
(knee-length) silk sock Seidenstrumpf {m}
kneelerKniebank {f}
kneeler [cushion or bench to kneel on] Betschemel {m}
kneeler [for praying]Betpult {n}
kneeler [hassock]Kniepolster {n}
kneeler [prie dieu]Betstuhl {m}
kneeling kniend
kneeling Niederknien {n}
kneeling Knien {n}
kneeling knielings [selten für kniend]
kneeling bus Niederflurbus {m} mit Kneeling-Funktion
kneeling chair Kniestuhl {m}
kneeling chairKniehocker {m}
kneeling controversy Kniebeugungsstreit {m}
kneeling controversy Kniebeugestreit {m}
kneeling (shooting) position kniender Anschlag {m}
kneepadKnieschützer {m}
kneepad Knieschoner {m}
kneepads Knieschoner {pl}
kneepan [Patella]Kniescheibe {f}
knees Knie {pl}
Knees up, Mother Brown. [Song] Hoch die Knie, Mother Brown. [Lied]
knee-skimming [skirt, dress] knieumspielend [Rock, Kleid]
knee-slapper [Am.] [coll.] Witz {m} [zum Totlachen]
knee-slapper [coll.] Schenkelklopfer {m} [ugs.]
knees-up [Br.] [coll.]Schwof {m} [ugs.] [niveaulose Tanzveranstaltung]
knee-viol Gambe {f}
knee-walking drunk [Am.] [coll.] stockbesoffen [ugs.]
Kneiff's feather-moss [Leptodictyum riparium]Ufer-Bachmoos {n}
Kneiff's hook-moss [Drepanocladus aduncus] Krallenblatt-Sichelmoos {n}
KneiphofKneiphof {m}
Kneipp affusions Kneippgüsse {pl}
Kneipp basin Kneippbecken {n}
Kneipp cure Kneippkur {f}
Kneipp water treadingkneippsches Wassertreten {n}
Kneipp water treading Kneipp'sches Wassertreten {n}
(Kneipp) water-treading basin Wassertretbecken {n} [Kneippbecken]
(Kneipp) water-treading basin (Kneipp'sche) Wassertretstelle {f}
Kneippism / kneippism {sg} [also Kneipp's or Kneipp (cure)] Kneipp-Anwendungen {pl}
knellTotenglocke {f}
knellTotengeläut {n}
knellsTotenglocken {pl}
knelt gekniet
Kner's goby [Pomatoschistus knerii] Kner-Grundel {f} [auch {m}]
Kner's goby [Pomatoschistus knerii]Kners Sandgrundel {f} [auch {m}]
Knesset Knesset {f}
Knesset Knesseth {f} [Rsv.]
(Knick ®) isolation amplifier Knickverstärker {m} [ugs.] [Trennverstärker der Fa. Knick ®]
knicker [coll.] [one pound sterling] Öcke {f} [ugs.] [ein Euro]
knicker (knife) Nicker {m} [Genickfänger (ein Jagdmesser)]
Knickerbocker [coll.] New Yorker {m}
knickerbocker glory [Br.][großer Eisbecher mit Obst und Sahne]
knickerbockersKniehosen {pl}
knickerbockersKnickerbockers {pl}
knickerbockers {pl} [one pair]Kniebundhose {f}
knickerbockers [more than one pair] Kniebundhosen {pl}
knickerless [Br.] ohne Höschen [nachgestellt]
knickers {pl} [Am.] [knickerbockers] [one pair]Pumphose {f} [halblang, weit, mit Bündchen unterm Knie; Knickerbocker]
knickers {pl} [Br.] [one pair] [underpants]Unterhose {f} [für Damen, Mädchen]
knickers {pl} [Br.] [underpants] [one pair]Schlüpfer {m} [für Damen, Mädchen]
knickers {pl} [Br.] [underpants] [one pair]Höschen {n} [Damen-/Mädchen-Unterhose]
knickers [Am.] [knickerbockers, baggy-kneed trousers] [more than one pair]Knickerbocker {pl} [wadenlange Überfallhose]
knickers [Br.] [more than one pair] [short underpants for women or girls]Schlüpfer {pl} [Damen- od. Mädchenunterhose]
knickers [Br.] [underpants] [more than one pair] Damenschlüpfer {pl}
Knickers to you! [Br.] [coll.] Du kannst mich mal! [ugs.]
Knickers to you! [coll.]Quatsch! [ugs.]
knickknack Nippsache {f}
knick-knack Nippsache {f}
knick-knack Schnickschnack {m} [ugs.]
knickknack Kleinigkeit {f}
knick-knackNippes {m} [ugs.]
knick-knacks Nippsachen {pl}
knick-knacks Kinkerlitzchen {pl} [ugs.] [Kleinigkeiten]
knick-knacksSächelchen {pl}
knick-knacks {pl}Krimskrams {m} [ugs.]
knickknacks {pl} Klimperkram {m} [ugs.]
knicks {pl} [coll.] [dated] Schlüpfer {m}
knife Messer {n}
knife [coll.] Mähmesser {n}
(knife / penknife) scalesMesserschalen {pl} [Griffschalen für Taschenmesser]
knife acacia [Acacia cultriformis, syn.: A. cultrata, A. glaucifolia, A. glaucophylla, A. papuliformis, A. scapuliformis, Racosperma cultriforme] [knife leaf wattle]Messerblatt-Akazie {f}
knife advancerMesservorschub {m} [Bandmesser]
knife arrangement Messeranordnung {f}
knife assault Messerattacke {f}
knife assault Messerangriff {m}
knife assaultMesserüberfall {m}
knife assemblyMesserbaugruppe {f}
knife attack Messerattacke {f}
knife attackMesserangriff {m}
knife attacker Messerstecher {m}
knife back Messerrücken {m}
knife ban Messerverbot {n}
knife bayonet Messerbajonett {n}
knife bladeLamellenblech {n}
knife blade Messerklinge {f}
knife blade contactMesserkontakt {m}
knife blade switch Messerschalter {m}
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