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loungeroom [esp. Am.] [also: lounge-room] Salonzimmer {n} [veraltet]
loungesAufenthaltsräume {pl}
lounge-suit Straßenanzug {m}
loungewear [casual, comfortable clothing suitable for wearing at home] Loungewear {f} [bes. leichte und modisch designte Hauskleidung]
loungey [coll.]loungig
Louny Laun {n}
loupe Lupe {f}
loup-garou [rare] Werwolf {m}
louping ill Springseuche {f}
lourd [archaic] dumm
Lourdes [Catholic pilgrimage site in France]Lourdes {n} [kath. Wallfahrtsort in Frankreich]
loureLoure {f}
lourenswalsite [(K,Ba)2(Ti,Mg,Ca,Fe)4(Si,Al,Fe)6O14(OH)12]Lourenswalsit {m}
louries [S.Afr.] [family Musophagidae]Turakos {pl}
louringfinster blickend
Louros spined loach [Cobitis hellenica]Louros-Steinbeißer {m}
louseLaus {f}
louse Lumpenhund {m} [ugs.]
louse Lumpenkerl {m} [ugs.]
louse <¤> [coll.] [neutral currency sign]Schildkröte {f} <¤> [ugs.] [allgemeines Währungssymbol]
louse combLäusekamm {m}
louse flies [family Hippoboscidae] Lausfliegen {pl}
louse-borne relapsing feverdurch Läuse übertragenes Rückfallfieber {n}
louse-borne relapsing fever <LBRF> Läuserückfallfieber {n}
loused [archaic]gelaust
lousefish [Phtheirichthys lineatus] Lausfisch {m}
lousewort [genus Pedicularis]Läusekraut {n}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis] Heil-Ziest {m}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis] Echte Betonie {f}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis]Flohblume {f}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis]Pfaffenblume {f}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis] Zahnkraut {n}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis]Zehrkraut {n}
lousewort [Stachys officinalis] Heilbatunge {f}
lousier [coll.] widerlicher
lousiest widerlichste
lousily widerlich
lousily [coll.]saumäßig [ugs.] [sehr schlecht]
lousily [coll.] [pej.] lausig [ugs.] [pej.]
lousiness Verlaustheit {f}
lousiness [fig.] Gemeinheit {f}
lousiness of the head / of the hairKopfläusebefall {m}
lousing [archaic] lausend
lousy [coll.] belämmert [ugs.] [scheußlich]
lousy [coll.] ätzend [ugs.] [abscheulich]
lousy [coll.] saumäßig [ugs.] [schlecht]
lousy [coll.] [bad] tiffig [ostd.] [ugs.] [schlecht]
lousy [coll.] [disgusting]widerlich
lousy [infested with lice]verlaust
lousy [coll.] mies [ugs.]
lousy [coll.]ekelhaft
lousy [coll.]schlecht
lousy [coll.]verflixt [ugs.]
lousy [coll.] beschissen [ugs.] [derb]
lousy [coll.]hundeelend
lousy [coll.]schleißig [österr.] [schäbig]
lousy [coll.] miserabel
lousy [coll.]grottenschlecht [ugs.]
lousy [coll.] [e.g. to feel lousy] hundselend [ugs.] [fig.]
lousy [coll.] [pej.] lausig [ugs.] [pej.]
lousy [coll.] [very bad] bescheiden [ugs.] [euphem.] [beschissen]
lousy [coll.] [despicable, malicious] niederträchtig
lousy [coll.] [weak, poor]schwach
lousy at maths [Br.] schwach in Mathe [ugs.]
lousy behaviour [Br.] niederträchtiges Benehmen {n}
lousy behaviour [Br.] Hundsfötterei {f} [pej.]
lousy behaviour [Br.]mieses Verhalten {n}
lousy foreigners [offensive]Ausländergesocks {n} [pej.] [beleidigend]
lousy job [coll.]Machwerk {n}
lousy lover [coll.] [man]schlechter Liebhaber {m}
lousy painter [pej.]Pinsler {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [schlechter Maler]
lousy pay schlechte Bezahlung {f}
lousy performance schwache Leistung {f}
lousy weather [coll.] Sauwetter {n} [ugs.]
lousy weather [coll.] mieses Wetter {n} [ugs.]
lousy with sb./sth. [sl.] [well supplied with] reichlich versehen mit jdm./etw.
(lousy) grub Saufraß {m} [pej., derb]
lout Lümmel {m} [pej.] [Flegel]
lout Flegel {m}
lout Rüpel {m} [pej.]
loutBengel {m} [ugs.]
Louth [Irish: Lú] Louth {n}
loutish lümmelhaft
loutish rüpelhaft [pej.]
loutish rowdyhaft
loutish behavior [Am.] Flegelei {f} [pej.]
loutish behaviour [Br.] [provoking]Pöbelei {f} [beleidigendes, provozierendes Benehmen]
loutishnessTölpelhaftigkeit {f}
loutishness Rüpelei {f}
loutrophoros Loutrophoros {m} [griech. Gefäß]
loutrophorosLutrophoros {m}
louts [pej.]Bagaluten {pl} [regional, bes. nordd.] [ugs.] [hier: pej.] [Lümmel, Rüpel]
LouvainLöwen {n} [Stadt in Belgien]
LouvainLöwen {n}
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