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piped water Leitungswasser {n}
pipefish [Syngnathinae] Seenadel {f}
pipelayer Rohrverleger {m}
pipelaying Rohrverlegung {f}
pipe-like röhrenartig [auch: röhrenähnlich]
pipe-like pfeifenähnlich [auch: pfeifenartig]
pipe-like rohrartig
pipelineLeitung {f} [Pipeline, Rohrleitung]
pipelineRohrleitung {f}
pipeline Pipeline {f}
pipeline builderRohrleitungsbauer {m}
pipeline competition Leitungswettbewerb {m}
pipeline constructionRohrleitungsbau {m}
pipeline construction Pipelinebau {m}
pipeline easementLeitungsrecht {n}
pipeline engineering Rohrleitungsbau {m}
pipeline pig Rohrmolch {m}
pipeline processorVektorrechner {m}
pipeline repair Rohrleitungsreparatur {f}
pipeline system Rohrleitungsnetz {n}
pipeline system Rohrleitungsanlage {f}
pipeline systemRohrleitungssystem {n}
pipeline trenchRohrleitungsgraben {m}
pipeline video inspection Videoinspektion {f} der Rohrleitung [optische Untersuchung des Rohrinneren]
pipeline wayleave Leitungsrecht {n}
pipelining Befehlsverknüpfung {f}
pipeliningParallelverarbeitung {f}
pipemakerPfeifenmacher {m}
pipe-organ pleatOrgelpfeifenfalte {f}
piperPfeifer {m}
piper Dudelsackpfeifer {m}
piperDudelsackspieler {m}
piper [bagpiper] Sackpfeifer {m}
piper [female]Dudelsackpfeiferin {f}
piper [female] Dudelsackspielerin {f}
piper [Trigla lyra]Leierknurrhahn {m}
piper [Trigla lyra]Pfeifenfisch {m} [Leierknurrhahn]
piper [Trigla lyra]Pfeifer-Knurrhahn {m}
piper family {sg} [family Piperaceae]Piperaceen {pl}
piper family {sg} [family Piperaceae] Pfeffergewächse {pl}
piper gurnard [Br.] [Trigla lyra]Leierhahn {m} [Leierknurrhahn]
piper gurnard [Br.] [Trigla lyra] Pfeifenfisch {m} [Leierknurrhahn]
piper gurnard [Br.] [Trigla lyra] Pfeifer-Knurrhahn {m}
piper gurnard [Trigla lyra]Leierknurrhahn {m}
piper man [obs. or rare] [flute player]Flötenspieler {m}
piperacillin Piperacillin {n}
piperade Piperade {f}
piperazine [C4H10N2] Piperazin {n}
piperidine Piperidin {n}
piperonal Piperonal {n}
Piper's / Pipers bellflower / bell flower [Campanula piperi]Piper-Glockenblume {f}
Piper's Oregon grape [Mahonia aquifolium, syn.: M. piperiana, Berberis aquifolium, B. piperiana, Odostemon aquifolium] Stechdornblättrige Mahonie {f}
Piper's Oregon grape [Mahonia aquifolium, syn.: M. piperiana, Berberis aquifolium, B. piperiana, Odostemon aquifolium]Gemeine Mahonie {f}
Piper's Oregon grape [Mahonia aquifolium, syn.: M. piperiana, Berberis aquifolium, B. piperiana, Odostemon aquifolium] (Gewöhnliche) Mahonie {f}
pipesRohre {pl}
pipes Rohrleitungen {pl}
pipes {pl} [coll.] [singing voice] Röhre {f} [ugs.] [Stimme, bes. Singstimme U-Musik]
pipes {pl} [treated as sg.] [Equisetum fluviatile, syn.: E. limosum] [water horsetail] Teich-Schachtelhalm / Teichschachtelhalm {m}
pipes {pl} [treated as sg.] [Equisetum fluviatile, syn.: E. limosum] [water horsetail] Schlamm-Schachtelhalm / Schlammschachtelhalm {m}
pipes [coll.] [vocal cords]Stimmbänder {pl}
pipe-stem stool bleistiftartiger Stuhl {m}
pipestone [catlinite]Pfeifenstein {m}
pipe-string relining Rohrstrangrelining {n}
pipetPipette {f}
pipette Pipette {f}
pipetteStechheber {m}
pipette brushPipettenbürste {f}
pipette carousel standPipettenkarussell {n}
pipette tipPipettenspitze {f}
pipetter [spv.] [pipettor] Pipettierer {m}
pipetting Pipettieren {n}
pipetting aid Pipettierhilfe {f}
pipetting systemPipettiersystem {n}
pipettorPipettierer {m}
pipevine family {sg} [family Aristolochiaceae] Aristolochiaceen {pl}
pipevine family {sg} [family Aristolochiaceae] Osterluzeigewächse {pl}
pipevines [family Aristolochiaceae]Osterluzeigewächse {pl}
pipevines [family Aristolochiaceae]Aristolochiaceen {pl}
pipevines [genus Aristolochia]Pfeifenblumen {pl}
pipevines [genus Aristolochia] Pfeifenwinden {pl}
pipevines [genus Aristolochia] Osterluzeien {pl}
pipeweed Pfeifenkraut {n}
pipework Verrohrung {f}
pipework Rohrleitung {f}
pipework componentsRohrleitungsteile {pl}
pipework system [relatively rare] Rohrleitungssystem {n}
pipewort family {sg} [family Eriocaulaceae] Eriocaulaceen {pl}
pipe-wrenchRohrzange {f}
pipfruitKernobst {n}
piphilology Pi-Sport {m}
Pipil people Pipilen {pl}
piping Paspel {f} [selten {m}]
piping Rohrleitung {f}
piping Verrohrung {f}
piping Verschlauchung {f}
piping pfeifend
pipingPaspelierung {f}
piping Rohrnetz {n}
piping Biese {f} [Paspel]
piping {sg}Rohrleitungen {pl}
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