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Monday's edition Montagausgabe {f}
mondaytofridayer [Br.] [neologism] [coll.] [lodger during the working week] Wochenendheimfahrer {m}
monde [of a crown] Globus {m}
mondegreen Verhörer {m}
Mondell pine [Pinus brutia var. eldarica, syn.: P. eldarica, P. halepensis var. eldarica] Eldarkiefer {f}
Mondell pine [Pinus brutia var. eldarica, syn.: P. eldarica, P. halepensis var. eldarica]Eilar-Kiefer {f}
Mondell pine [Pinus brutia var. eldarica, syn.: P. eldarica, P. halepensis var. eldarica]Afghanische Kiefer {f}
mondial weltumspannend
mondialmondial [geh.]
mondialism Mondialismus {m}
mondo [sl.] [Am.]immens
mondo bizarro [coll.] Welt {f} des Bizarren
mondo bizarro [coll.] sehr bizarr [geschmacklos, befremdlich]
Mondo Desperado [Patrick McCabe] Phildy Hackballs Universum
Mondor's diseaseMondor-Krankheit {f}
Mondsee Mondsee {m}
Mondsee group [Neolithic Austrian pile-dwelling culture] Mondseekultur {f}
monecious [spv.]monözisch
Monégasque Monegassisch {n} [Sprache]
Monégasque [of Monaco] monegassisch
Monégasque [female] [of Monaco] Monegassin {f}
Monégasque [of Monaco] Monegasse {m}
Monégasque franc <MCF, F, Fr>monegassischer Franc {m} <MCF, F, Fr>
Monégasques [female] [of Monaco] Monegassinnen {pl}
Monégasques [of Monaco] Monegassen {pl}
monellinMonellin {n}
monenergism Monenergismus {m}
monepiscopacy Monepiskopat {m}
monepiscopateMonepiskopat {m}
monera {pl} [also: Monera] Monera {pl}
monergism Monergismus {m}
monestrous [Am.] monöstrisch
monetarily monetär
monetarisation [Br.] Monetarisierung {f}
monetarised [Br.] monetarisiert
monetarism Monetarismus {m}
monetarist Monetarist {m}
monetarist monetaristisch
monetarist [female] Monetaristin {f}
monetarizationMonetarisierung {f}
monetarized monetarisiert
monetary geldlich
monetary [e.g. assets, crisis, economy, payment] Geld- [z. B. Vermögen, Krise, Wirtschaft, Zahlung]
monetary actMünzgesetz {n}
monetary adjustmentAnpassung {f} der Währungen
monetary aggregates Geldmengenaggregate {pl}
monetary agreement Währungsabkommen {n}
monetary alignment Währungsanpassung {f}
monetary and banking statistics <MONSTAT> [ECB]Monetärstatistik {f} <MONSTAT> [EZB]
monetary and credit policy Geld- und Kreditpolitik {f}
monetary areaWährungsgebiet {n}
monetary assets {pl} Geldvermögen {n}
monetary authoritiesWährungshüter {pl}
monetary authority Währungsbehörde {f}
monetary balance Währungssaldo {n}
monetary baseGeldbasis {f}
monetary basemonetäre Basis {f}
monetary bloc Währungsblock {m}
monetary bonus monetäre Prämie {f}
monetary brakeWährungsbremse {f}
monetary capital Geldkapital {n}
monetary capital creation Geldkapitalbildung {f}
monetary circulationGeldumlauf {m}
monetary commissionWährungsausschuss {m}
monetary commissionWährungskommission {f}
monetary committeeWährungsausschuss {m}
monetary compensation Kapitalabfindung {f}
monetary compensation geldliche Abfindung {f}
monetary constitutionWährungsverfassung {f}
monetary contraction Geldmengenkontraktion {f}
monetary control Geldmengenkontrolle {f}
monetary control monetäre Steuerung {f}
monetary conventionWährungsabkommen {n}
monetary conversion factorPunktwert {m}
monetary crisesGeldkrisen {pl}
monetary crisis Geldkrise {f}
monetary crisisWährungskrise {f}
monetary decay [currency] Währungszerfall {m}
monetary deflationBeschränkung {f} der Geldmenge
monetary deflationVerringerung {f} der Geldmenge
monetary demand function monetäre Nachfragefunktion {f}
monetary depreciation Abnahme {f} des Geldwertes
monetary depreciationGeldwertminderung {f}
monetary economyGeldwirtschaft {f}
monetary environment monetärer Rahmen {m}
monetary erosion Geldwertschwund {m}
monetary ethics [treated as sg. or pl.]Geldethik {f}
monetary expansion Geldmengenexpansion {f}
monetary flow Geldstrom {m}
monetary fluctuationGeldwertschwankung {f}
monetary gainfinanzieller Gewinn {m}
monetary gain Währungsgewinn {m}
monetary gold Währungsgold {n}
monetary growthGeldmengenzunahme {f}
monetary habitat Geldheimat {f}
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