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museum object Museumsstück {n} [Ausstellungsgegenstand]
museum of ancient art Antikenmuseum {n}
museum of antiquities Antikenmuseum {n}
museum of applied arts Museum {n} für angewandte Kunst
museum of applied arts Kunstgewerbemuseum {n}
museum of architecture Architekturmuseum {n}
museum of artKunstgalerie {f} [Museum]
museum of art Kunstmuseum {n}
museum of engineeringTechnisches Museum {n} [Eigenname, z. B. in Wien]
museum of ethnology Museum {n} für Völkerkunde
Museum of Ethnology, ViennaWeltmuseum {n} Wien [früher: Museum für Völkerkunde]
Museum of Fine ArtsMuseum {n} der schönen Künste
museum of fine arts Kunstmuseum {n}
museum of fine arts Museum {n} der bildenden Künste
Museum of Fine Arts [Vienna] Kunsthistorisches Museum {n} Wien <KHM>
museum of local historyHeimatmuseum {n}
museum of local historyOrtsmuseum {n}
Museum of Modern Art Museum {n} für moderne Kunst
museum of modern art Museum {n} moderner / Moderner Kunst
museum of natural history Naturkundemuseum {n}
Museum of Natural History naturhistorisches Museum {n}
museum of natural history Museum {n} für Naturkunde
Museum of Natural Science Naturkundemuseum {n}
Museum of Old Masters Museum {n} der Alten Meister
museum of overseas ethnology Überseemuseum {n} [Bremen]
Museum of Popular Art Volkskundemuseum {n}
museum of popular art Volkskundemuseum {n}
museum of popular art Volkskunstmuseum {n}
Museum of Pre- and Early History Museum {n} für Vor- und Frühgeschichte
museum of the arts Kunstmuseum {n}
Museum of Tyrolese Popular Art Tiroler Volkskundemuseum {n}
museum pedagogy [relatively rare]Museumspädagogik {f}
museum personnelMuseumsmitarbeiter {pl}
museum piece [also hum.] Museumsstück {n} [auch hum.]
museum project Museumsprojekt {n}
museum qualityMuseumqualität {f}
museum quarter Museumsviertel {n}
museum shipMuseumsschiff {n}
museum shopMuseumsladen {m}
museum shop Museumsshop {n}
museum specimenMuseumsexemplar {n}
museum staff {sg}Museumsmitarbeiter {pl}
museum store Museumsladen {m}
museum studies {pl} Museumswissenschaft {f}
museum tour Museumsführung {f}
museum tour guide Museumsführer {m}
museum tour guide [female] Museumsführerin {f}
museum type Museumstyp {m}
museum vessel Museumsschiff {n}
museum visit Museumsbesuch {m}
museum visitor Museumsbesucher {m}
museum visitor [female] Museumsbesucherin {f}
museum watchman Museumswächter {m}
museum work Museumsarbeit {f}
museumite [Pb2(Pb,Sb)2S8 [Te,Au]2] Museumit {m}
museumizationMusealisierung {f}
museums Museen {pl}
museum's director Museumsleiter {m}
museum's director [female]Museumsleiterin {f}
mush Mus {n} [regional auch {m}]
mush Pampe {f}
mush Papp {m} [regional] [Brei]
mush Brei {m}
mush (sentimentaler) Schmalz {m} [ugs.]
mush Matsch {m} [Brei]
mush [Br.] [coll.] Visage {f}
mush [Br.] [sl.] alter Freund {m}
mush [Br.] [sl.] Gesicht {n} [insbesondere der Mund]
mush [coll.] [song, way of singing] Schmalz {n} [ugs.] [Schnulze, Art zu singen]
mush areaStörungsgebiet {n}
mush oak [Quercus lobata] Kalifornische Weiß-Eiche {f}
mushbite Bissprobe {f} in Wachsplatte [oder in Kunststoff-/Silikon-Behelfe]
mushbiteQuetschbiss {m} auf Wachsplatte [zur Bissregistrierung]
musher [Am.] [Can.] Hundeschlittenführer {m}
musher [Am.] [Can.] Musher {m} [Hundegespannführer]
musher [female] [Am.] [Can.] Hundeschlittenführerin {f}
mushes Breie {pl}
mushier weichlicher
mushier breiiger
mushiest weichlichste
mushiness Weichlichkeit {f}
mushinessBreiigkeit {f}
mushistonite [(Cu,Zn,Fe)Sn(OH)6]Mushistonit {m}
mushmouth [Katsuwonus pelamis]Echter Bonito {m}
mushroom Champignon {m}
mushroomPilz {m}
mushroom Schwammerl {m} {n} [bayer.] [österr.] [Pilz]
mushroom Schwamm {m} [bayer.] [österr.] [schweiz.] [Pilz]
mushroom [Am.] [coll.]unbeteiligtes Opfer {n} eines Bandenkrieges
mushroom [attr.] [e.g. dish, sauce, knife, hunter, poisoning]Pilz- [z. B. Gericht, Sauce, Messer, Sammler, Vergiftung]
mushroom body Pilzkörper {m}
mushroom button Pilztaster {m}
mushroom cap [also techn.]Pilzkappe {f} [auch techn., z. B. bei Pilztaster]
mushroom cloud Rauchpilz {m}
mushroom cloudAtompilz {m}
mushroom cloudPilzwolke {f}
mushroom cloud [from atomic blast] Wolkenpilz {m}
mushroom (compost worker's) lung [coll.] [hypersensitivity pneumonitis] Hypersensitivitätspneumonitis {f} <HP>
mushroom coral [Heliofungia actiniformis, syn.: Fungia actiniformis] Anemonen-Pilzkoralle {f}
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