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obsessive [male] Besessener {m}
obsessive about cleaning [postpos.] putzsüchtig
obsessive behaviour [Br.] zwanghaftes Verhalten {n}
obsessive features zwanghafte Züge {pl}
obsessive idea Zwangsvorstellung {f}
obsessive thinking Zwangsdenken {n}
obsessive thought Zwangsgedanke {m}
obsessive thoughtzwanghafter Gedanke {m}
obsessive thought [a particular obsessive idea, not a thought process] Zwangsvorstellung {f}
obsessive thoughts Zwangsgedanken {pl}
obsessive-compulsive disorder <OCD> Zwangsstörung {f}
obsessive-compulsive disorder <OCD> Zwangserkrankung {f}
obsessive-compulsive disorder <OCD>Zwangsneurose {f} [ugs.]
obsessive-compulsive hoarder <OCH>obsessiv-kompulsiver Sammler {m}
obsessive-compulsive neurosisZwangsneurose {f}
obsessive-compulsive symptoms Zwangssymptome {pl}
obsessivelywie besessen
obsessivenessBesessenheit {f}
obsidian Obsidian {m}
obsidianaus Obsidian [nachgestellt]
obsidian Glasachat {m}
obsidian ballObsidiankugel {f}
obsidian blade Obsidianklinge {f}
obsidian flakesObsidianabschläge {pl}
obsidian hydration dating <OHD> Obsidianhydrationsdatierung {f} [auch: Obsidian-Hydrations-Datierung]
obsidian knife Obsidianmesser {n}
obsidian sphereObsidiankugel {f}
obsidional Belagerungs-
obsolescence Veralterung {f}
obsolescence Obsoleszenz {f}
obsolescence Veralten {n}
obsolescence Veraltern {n}
obsolescence Veralterung {f} eines Gebrauchsgegenstandes
obsolescenceÜberalterung {f}
obsolescence of stock Veralten {n}
obsolescence of stocktrallalaVeralten {n}
obsolescence of stock Veralterung {f} der Lagerbestände
obsolescence rateAlterungsgeschwindigkeit {f}
obsolescence risk Überalterungsrisiko {n}
obsolescent veraltend
obsolescent nahezu veraltet
obsolete altmodisch
obsoleteobsolet [geh.]
obsolete zurück geblieben
obsolete abgenutzt
obsolete nicht mehr gebräuchlich
obsolete nicht mehr zu gebrauchen
obsoleteüberaltert [veraltet]
obsolete überholt [nicht mehr benützt, altmodisch]
obsoletehinfällig [nicht mehr aktuell]
obsolete [no longer in use]außer Gebrauch [nachgestellt]
obsolete <obs.> [No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood. Obsolete is a stronger term than archaic, and a much stronger term than dated.] veraltet
obsolete argumentnicht mehr beachtetes Argument {n}
obsolete article nicht mehr gefragter Artikel {m}
obsolete articlesnicht mehr gewünschte Artikel {pl}
obsolete customs veraltete Sitten {pl}
obsolete devices nicht mehr gebräuchliche Geräte {pl}
obsolete equipment veraltete Ausstattung {f}
obsolete goodsnicht mehr übliche Waren {pl}
obsolete ideasnicht mehr akzeptierte Ideen {pl}
obsolete implementsnicht mehr genutzte Werkzeuge {pl}
obsolete information veraltete Information {f}
obsolete material veraltetes Material {n}
obsolete method veraltetes Verfahren {n}
obsolete method veraltete Methode {f}
obsolete phrase abgenutzte Redensart {f}
obsolete proposals überholte Vorschläge {pl}
obsolete rule nicht mehr beachtete Regel {f}
obsolete securities verfallene Wertpapiere {pl}
obsolete sizeausgelaufene Größe {f}
obsolete slogannicht mehr zugkräftiger Werbespruch {m}
obsolete theory veraltete Theorie {f}
obsolete theory überholte Theorie {f}
obsolete wordsnicht mehr gebrauchte Wörter {pl}
[obsolete expression of indignation or bewilderment] Schockschwerenot! [veraltet] [Ausruf der Entrüstung oder Bestürzung]
[obsolete, now pejorative, rare term for coffee]Negerschweiß {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [selten] [Kaffee]
[obsolete organ pipe]Bauerflöte {f}
[obsolete organ pipe] Bauernflöte {f}
[obsolete organ pipe]Bauerpfeife {f}
[obsolete organ pipe] Bauernpfeife {f}
[obsolete organ stop]Bärpfeife {f} [Orgelregister]
obsoletely veraltet
obstacle Hindernis {n}
obstacleErschwernis {f}
obstacleHürde {f}
obstacleBremse {f} [fig.] [Hemmnis]
obstacle Obstakel {n} [veraltet]
obstacle [fig.]Hinderungsgrund {m}
obstacle [stumbling block]Stolperstein {m} [fig.]
obstacle avoidanceHindernisvermeidung {f}
obstacle courseHindernisstrecke {f}
obstacle course Hindernislauf {m}
obstacle course [military training]Hindernisparcours {m}
obstacle course (military training) [Am.]Hindernisbahn {f}
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