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known bekannt
known [become acquainted]gekannt
known [to the police] aktenkundig [polizeilich]
known asbekannt als
known as the Wise der Weise genannt
known by a few of you as ...einigen von euch als ... bekannt
known by name namentlich erfasst [bekannt]
known by name [postpos.]namentlich bekannt
known consignor bekannter Versender {m}
known donor [e.g. sperm, egg]offener Spender {m}
known factsbekannte Tatsachen {pl}
known good als funktionierend bekannt
known good die <KGD> Known Good Die {m} <KGD> [erwiesenermaßen fehlerfreier Chip]
known lossbekannter Verlust {m}
known mononymously as ... bekannt unter dem Mononym ...
known only to the cardholdernur dem Karteninhaber bekannt
known professionally as bekannt unter dem Künstlernamen
known quantitybekannte Menge {f}
known throughout the city stadtkundig [veraltet] [stadtbekannt]
known to the authorities amtsbekannt [österr.]
known to the bank der Bank bekannt
known to the court gerichtsnotorisch
known to (the) police polizeibekannt
known to (the) police [postpos.]polizeilich bekannt
known trickerybekannte Gaunerei {f}
known worldwide [postpos.] weltweit bekannt
know-nothing Nichtswisser {m}
know-not-what [rare] [whatchamacallit]Dingsbums {n} [ugs.]
Knowst thou the land where the lemon trees bloom [...]? [trans. H. W. Longfellow]Kennst du das Land, wo die Citronen blühn [...]? [J. W. v. Goethe, Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre]
Knowth [Irish: Cnóbha] [Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site]Knowth {n} [Welterbestätte in Irland, zusammen mit Newgrange und Dowth]
knuckleKnöchel {m} [Fingerknöchel]
knuckleFingerknöchel {m}
knuckle Achsschenkel {m}
knuckle Gelenk {n}
knuckle Hachse {f}
knuckleHaxe {f} [südd.]
knuckle Haxl {n} [bayer., österr.] [Hachse]
knuckle [edge of a pressure vessel]Krempe {f} [Teil eines Druckbehälters]
knuckle [piano hammer]Hammerrolle {f} [Klavierhammer]
knuckle coupler [Am.] [automatic coupler] Janney-Kupplung {f}
knuckle dragger [coll.] [pej.] Primitivling {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
knuckle dragger [coll.] [pej.] Baraber {m} [regional] [pej.] [Primitivling, unkultivierte Person]
knuckle dressing Fingergelenkverband {m}
knuckle duster [Br.]Schlagring {m}
knuckle insert [piano hammer] Hammerrollenkern {m} [Klavierhammer]
knuckle jointAchsschenkelbolzen {m}
knuckle joint Gelenkbolzen {m}
knuckle joint Fingergelenk {n}
knuckle joint press Kniehebelpresse {f}
knuckle knock [fist bump] [Begrüßung, bei der man die Fäuste oder Faustknöchel gegeneinanderschlägt]
knuckle of ham Schweinshaxe {f}
knuckle of porkStelze {f} [österr.]
knuckle of pork Schweinshaxe {f} [südd.]
knuckle of veal Kalbshachse {f}
knuckle pad Fingerknöchelpolster {n}
knuckle pad [Garrod's node] Knöchelpolster {n} [Garrod-Knoten]
knuckle padsFingerknöchelpolster {pl}
knuckle radiusKrempenradius {m}
knuckle sandwich [sl.] Prügel {pl} [ugs.]
knuckle sandwich [sl.]Keile {pl} [ugs.]
knuckleballKnuckleball {m}
knucklebone Knochen {m}
knucklebone Knöchelbein {n}
knucklebones Würfelknochen {pl}
knucklebones [game] Astragaloi {n}
knuckle-crackingFingerknacken {n}
knuckle-cracking Knöchelknacken {n}
knuckle-dragging [coll.] [pej.]primitiv [mit primitiven Ansichten]
knuckleduster [Br.]Schlagring {m}
knuckle-dusters [Br.] Schlagring {m}
knucklehead [Am.] [coll.] Armleuchter {m} [ugs.] [Dummkopf]
knucklehead [esp. Am.] [coll.] Schwachkopf {m} [pej.]
knucklehead [esp. Am.] [coll.]Schafskopf {m} [ugs.] [fig.] [pej.]
knucklehead [esp. Am.] [coll.]Dummkopf {m} [pej.]
knuckler [coll.] Knuckleball {m} [Baseball-Wurf]
knuckles Knöchel {pl} [Fingerknöchel]
knucklesHaxln {pl} [bayer., österr.] [Hachsen]
knucklesHaxen {pl} [südd.]
knuckle-walking Knöchelgang {m}
knuckling unterwerfend
knucks {pl} [sl.]Schlagring {m}
Knudsen number <Kn> Knudsen-Zahl {f} <Kn>
Knudsen radiometer gauge Knudsen-Manometer {n}
Knudson / Knudson's hypothesis Knudsonhypothese {f}
knur [in wood] Knorz {m} [im Holz]
knur [in wood]Knorren {m} [regional] [Knorz]
knurl Knoten {m}
knurl Rändel {n}
knurl nut [less frequent than: knurled nut]Rändelmutter {f}
knurled gerändelt
knurled kordiert
knurled area Rändelbereich {m}
knurled center punch [Am.]Mechaniker-Körner {m} [mit kordiertem Schaft]
knurled centre punch [Br.] Mechaniker-Körner {m} [mit kordiertem Schaft]
knurled disk [Am.] Rändelscheibe {f}
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