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moa Moa {m} [ausgestorbener flugunfähiger Laufvogel]
MoabiteMoabitisch {n}
Moabite [female]Moabiterin {f}
Moabitess Moabiterin {f}
moai Moai {pl}
moanStöhnen {n}
moanGejammer {n}
moan [of wind, trees, etc.] Raunen {n} [geh.]
moan [of wind]Seufzen {n}
moa-nalo [genera Chelychelynechen, Thambetochen, Ptaiochen] [extinct]Moa-Nalos {pl} [ausgestorben]
moanbag [coll.] Jammerlappen {m} [ugs.]
moanbag [esp. Irish] [sl.] Wuisler {m} [bayer.] [Jammerlappen]
moaner Jammerer {m}
moanerMiesepeter {m} [ugs.]
moanerMäkelliese {f} [ugs.]
moaning stöhnend
moaning Jammern {n}
moaningStöhnen {n}
moaning Gestöhn {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [Stöhnen]
moaning Gestöhne {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [Stöhnen]
moaningGemotze {n} [ugs.]
moaningGeseier {n} [ugs.] [Gejammer]
moaning Geseiere {n} [ugs.] [Gejammer]
moaning Geseire {n} [ugs.] [Gejammer]
moaning ächzend
moaning jammernd
moaning [complaining]Nörgelei {f} [pej.]
moaning [groaning] [also fig.: of the wind]Ächzen {n} [auch fig.: des Windes]
moaning and groaning Gejammer {n}
moaning dove [Southern US] [Columbina passerina] [common ground dove] Sperlingstäubchen {n}
moaning minnie [Br.]Nörgelpitter {m} [regional] [Kölsch] [ugs.] [pej.]
Moaning Minnie [Br.] [military sl. for WWII German rocket launcher]Nebelwerfer {m} [2. WK]
moaning minnie [esp. Br.] [coll.] [grouser] Meckerfritze {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [ewiger Nörgler]
moaning minnie [female] [esp. Br.] [coll.] [grouser]Meckertante {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
Moaning Myrtle [Harry Potter]Maulende Myrte {f}
moans {pl}Gestöhn {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [Stöhnen]
moans {pl} Gestöhne {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [Stöhnen]
moans {pl} Stöhnen {n}
moans {pl} of pleasureStöhnen {n} der Lust
moat Burggraben {m}
moat Festungsgraben {m}
moatStadtgraben {m}
moat Wallgraben {m}
moatGraben {m} [Burggraben, Schlossgraben, Stadtgraben]
moat [typically filled with water] Wassergraben {m}
moated castle Wasserburg {f} [von Wassergraben umgeben]
moated castleWasserschloss {n} [von Wassergraben umgeben]
moatree [Madhuca longifolia, syn.: M. indica, M. latifolia, Bassia longifolia, Illipe latifolia] Indischer Butterbaum {m}
moats Stadtgräben {pl}
Moawhango NévéMoawhango-Firnfeld {n}
mobMeute {f}
mobMob {m}
mobHorde {f}
mob Haufen {m} [ugs.]
mob [Am.] [sl.] [criminal]Mafia {f}
mob [Aus.] [NZ]Herde {f}
mob [coll.] [group of people] Blase {f} [ugs.] [von Leuten]
mob [often pej.] Pöbel {m} [pej.]
mob [pej.]Volksmenge {f}
mob [pej.] Pöbelhaufen {m} [pej.]
mob [pej.] Bande {f} [pej.]
mob [pej.] Brut {f} [fig.] [pej.] [Gesindel]
mob [pej.] G'schwerl {n} [ugs.] [pej.] [bayer.] [österr.] [Gesindel]
mob [pej.] [clique, gang] Korona {f} [ugs.] [pej.] [veraltend] [Meute, Horde, Gruppe randalierender o. ä. Jugendlicher]
mob [pej.] [people one despises]Pack {n} [pej.]
mob boss [Am.] [coll.] [esp. Mafia] Kopf {m} einer kriminellen Organisation [bes. Mafia]
mob football Mob-Fußball {m} [auch: mob Fußball, Mob Fußball]
mob inciter Rädelsführer {m}
mob lawLynchjustiz {f}
mob of kangaroos Herde {f} Känguruhs [alt]
mob of kangaroos Horde {f} Känguruhs [alt]
mob of kangaroos Herde {f} Kängurus
mob of kangaroos Horde {f} Kängurus
mob of kangaroos Känguruherde {f}
mob oratorVolksredner {m} [Agitator]
mob rule Pöbelherrschaft {f}
Mob Rules [House season 1]Solche Leute bitte nicht
mobbed angepöbelt
mobbed belagert
mobbedgerammelt voll [ugs.]
mobbed-up [Am.] [sl.]mafiös
mobbed-up [Am.] [sl.] verbrecherisch
mobbed-up [Am.] [sl.] unterwandert
mobbed-up [Am.] [sl.] gekauft [z. B. von der Mafia]
mobbed-up [Am.] [sl.] korrumpiert
mobbed-up [Am.] [sl.] [bribed]geschmiert [ugs.]
mobbingMobbing {n} [ugs.]
mobbing [surrounding e.g. a film star] belagernd [ugs.] [z. B. einen Filmstar]
mobbing victim Mobbingopfer {n}
mobcap Morgenhaube {f}
mob-handed [Br.] in beträchtlicher Anzahl
mobile fahrbar
mobile tragbar
mobile transportabel
mobileMobile {n}
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