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nosebleed section [coll.] [Sitzplätze im Stadion, die ganz oben sind]
nosebleed weed [Achillea millefolium, syn.: A. magna](Gemeine) Schafgarbe {f}
nosebleeding Nasenbluten {n}
nosed grasshopper [Acrida ungarica, syn.: Truxalis hungaricus] Europäische Nasenschrecke {f}
nosed grasshopper [Acrida ungarica, syn.: Truxalis hungaricus]Mittelmeer-Turmschrecke {f}
nosed grasshopper [Acrida ungarica, syn.: Truxalis hungaricus] Schnabelschrecke {f}
nosed grasshopper [Acrida ungarica, syn.: Truxalis hungaricus] Ungarische Nasenschrecke {f}
nosed grasshopper [Acrida ungarica, syn.: Truxalis hungaricus] Nasenschrecke {f}
nosed grasshopper [Acrida ungarica] Gewöhnliche Nasenschrecke {f}
nosedive Senkrechtsturz {m}
nosedive Sturzflug {m}
nosedive [fig.]Einbruch {m} [fig.] [rasantes Sinken der Einnahmen, Leistung etc.]
nosedrops Nasentropfen {pl}
no-see-um [Am.] [family Ceratopogonidae] [punkie] Gnitze {f} [Stechmückenart]
no-see-ums [Am.] [Can.] [coll.] [family Ceratopogonidae] [biting midges]Bartmücken {pl}
no-see-ums [Am.] [Can.] [coll.] [family Ceratopogonidae] [biting midges]Gnitzen {pl}
no-see-ums [Am.] [Can.] [coll.] [family Ceratopogonidae] [biting midges] Ceratopogoniden {pl} [Bartmücken]
nose-fuzed shell [Am.] Kopfzündergranate {f}
nosegay Blumenstrauß {m}
nosegay [literary] [a small sweet-scented bunch of flowers]Biedermeiersträußchen {n}
nosegaysBlumensträuße {pl}
nose-heavy kopflastig
nose-horned viper [Vipera ammodytes, syn.: Coluber ammodytes]Europäische Sandotter {f}
nose-horned viper [Vipera ammodytes]Hornotter {f}
nose-horned viper [Vipera ammodytes] Europäische Hornotter {f}
nose-horned viper [Vipera ammodytes] Sandviper {f}
nose-horned viper [Vipera ammodytes] Hornviper {f}
nose-horned viper [Vipera ammodytes] Sandotter {f}
nose-job [coll.] Nasenoperation {f}
noseless ohne Nase [nachgestellt]
nosemosisNosemose {f}
nose-overÜberschlag {m} [nach vorne; bes. Fahrrad, Motorrad]
nose-pickingNasebohren {n}
nose-picking Nasenbohren {n}
nose-pickingNasepopeln {n} [ugs.]
nose-pickings [coll.]Popel {pl} [ugs.]
nosepiece Mundstück {n}
nosepieceObjektivrevolver {m}
nose-rag [sl.] Rotzfahne {f}
noseringNasenring {m}
noses Nasen {pl}
noses [small] Näschen {pl} [Vkl. zu Nasen]
nosestripe anemonefish [Amphiprion akallopisos] Weißrücken-Anemonenfisch {m}
nose-suspended motorTatzlagermotor {m}
nose-suspended motorMotor {m} mit Tatzlageraufhängung
nose-to-kerb parking [Br.] Senkrechtaufstellung {f} [Straßenentwurf, Parken]
nose-to-nose kiss Nasenkuss {m}
nosewashNasenspülung {f}
nosewheel Bugrad {n}
nosewheelliechkeitBugrad {n}
nosey [coll.] [pej.]neugierig
nosey parker [Br.] [coll.] Schnüffler {m} [ugs.] [neugierige Person]
noseyness [coll.] Neugierde {f}
Nosferatu the VampyreNosferatu: Phantom der Nacht [Werner Herzog]
Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror Nosferatu: Eine Symphonie des Grauens [Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau]
nosh {sg} [Br.]Fressalien {pl} [ugs.]
nosh [Am.] [coll.]leichte Mahlzeit {f}
nosh [Am.] [coll.]kleine Mahlzeit {f}
nosh [Am.] [coll.]Snack {m}
nosh [Am.] [coll.]Häppchen {n} [für zwischendurch]
nosh [Br.] [coll.] Essen {n}
nosh [Br.] [coll.]Imbiss {m}
nosh [Br.] [sl.]Futter {n} [ugs.] [Essen]
no-sheet detector Fehlbogenkontrolle {f} [Druckmaschine]
no-show Nichtantritt {m} [einer Reise]
no-show Nichtanreisen {n} [Hotel]
no-show No-show {m} [Person, die eine Reservierung nicht wahrnimmt]
no-show Nichtanreise {f}
no-show [person][jemand, der eine Reservierung nicht in Anspruch nimmt oder zu einem Termin nicht erscheint]
nosh-up [Br.] [coll.]Fresserei {f} [ugs.] [meist pej.]
nosh-up [Br.] [sl.] Schmaus {m}
nosier [coll.]neugieriger
nosiest [coll.]neugierigste
nosiness [coll.] Neugierde {f}
nosiness [coll.]Neugier {f}
nosingAusladung {f}
nosing Mitnehmer {m} [Türriegel]
nosing glass [cf. snifter]Nosing-Glas {n}
no-smoking / non-smoking compartment [train]Abteil {n} für Nichtraucher
no-smoking policyNichtraucherpolitik {f}
no-smoking rule Rauchverbot {n}
nosoacusis [hearing loss due to disease, as opposed to aging] Nosoakusis {f}
nosocomial des Krankenhauses
nosocomial nosokomial
nosocomial infection nosokomiale Infektion {f}
nosocomial infectionNosokomialinfektion {f}
nosocomial infection im Krankenhaus erworbene Infektion {f}
nosocomial infection Krankenhausinfektion {f}
nosocomial infectionSpitalinfektion {f} [schweiz.] [österr.] [im Krankenhaus erworbene Infektion]
nosode Nosode {f}
nosodendrid [family Nosodendridae] [wounded-tree beetle] Saftkäfer {m}
nosodendrid beetles [family Nosodendridae] [wounded-tree beetles] Saftkäfer {pl}
nosodesNosoden {pl}
nosographic nosographisch
nosographyNosographie {f}
nosological nosologisch
nosological entity nosologische Entität {f}
« nortnortnortNorwnosenosenosonotanotanotdNoth »
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