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point tablePunktetabelle {f}
Point taken. Begriffen. [auch: Hab's begriffen.]
Point taken. [idiom] Kapiert. [auch: Hab's kapiert.]
point target Punktziel {n}
point target Einzelziel {n}
point tendernessDruckpunktempfindlichkeit {f}
point to be discussedBesprechungspunkt {m} [künftiger]
point to point connection Punkt-zu-Punkt-Verbindung {f}
point tongue [Br.]Weichenzunge {f}
point value Punktwert {m}
point-and-shoot camera [compact camera] (preiswerte) Kompaktkamera {f}
point-based [e.g. evaluation, analysis]punktbasiert [z. B. Auswertung, Analyse]
point-biserial correlation punktbiseriale Korrelation {f}
point-blank geradewegs
point-blank glatt [ugs.]
point-blankklipp und klar
point-blankoffen [rundheraus]
pointblank rundheraus
point-blank schnurgerade
point-blank unverblümt
point-blank rundheraus
point-blank [refuse] schlankweg [ugs.]
point-blank [fig.] direkt [ugs.] [fig.]
point-blank [fig.]glattweg [ugs.] [unumwunden]
point-blank rangekürzeste Entfernung {f}
point-by-point comparison punktgenauer Vergleich {m}
point-by-point exposure of datapunktweises Aufbelichten {n} von Daten
point-detonating fuze Aufschlagzünder {m}
pointe Zehenspitze {f}
pointe shoe Spitzenschuh {m}
pointe (work)Spitzentanz {m}
pointed gezeigt
pointed gedeutet [hingedeutet]
pointed gewiesen
pointed pointiert
pointed spitzig [veraltet] [in der Botanik noch gebräuchlich: Blätter etc.]
pointed [absence, silence] ostentativ [geh.]
pointed [fig.] betont
pointed [fig.: remark etc.] [bot.: leaves etc.] zugespitzt [fig.: Bemerkung etc.] [bot.: Blätter etc.]
pointed arch Spitzbogen {m}
pointed (at / towards)gerichtet (auf)
pointed barrel vaultSpitztonne {f} [spitzbogiges Tonnengewölbe]
pointed barrel vaultSpitzbogentonne {f}
pointed barrel vault gotisches Tonnengewölbe {n} [Spitzbogentonne]
pointed beakspitzer Schnabel {m}
pointed beard Spitzbart {m}
pointed cabbageSpitzkohl {m}
pointed cap Zipfelmütze {f}
pointed chisel Spitzmeißel {m}
pointed cingula [Onoba aculeus, syn.: O. aculea, Alvania multilineata] Spitze Kleinschnecke {f}
pointed emphasis Zuspitzung {f} [fig.] [Pointierung]
pointed emphasis Pointierung {f}
pointed gableSpitzgiebel {m}
pointed hand vice [Br.]Spitzkloben {m}
pointed hat Zipfelmütze {f}
pointed hatSpitzhut {m}
pointed head gudgeon [Butis butis] Spitzkopfgrundel {f}
pointed horseshoe archmaurischer Hufeisenbogen {m}
pointed horseshoe arch Hufeisenspitzbogen {m}
pointed lapel [Br.] (gebrochen) steigendes Revers {n}
pointed objects spitze Gegenstände {pl}
pointed out hingewiesen
pointed oval spitzoval
pointed pen [fig.] spitze Feder {f} [fig.] [kritisch]
pointed pepper Spitzpaprika {m} {f}
pointed punchKörner {m}
pointed question gezielte Frage {f}
pointed roof Spitzdach {n}
pointed sawfish [Anoxypristis cuspidata, syn.: Pristis cuspidatus] Spitzkopf-Sägerochen {m}
pointed sea star [Mithrodia bradleyi] Bradleys Nagel-Seestern {m}
pointed silenceschneidende Stille {f}
pointed snail [Cochlicella acuta] Schlanke Spitzschnecke {f}
pointed spear-moss [Calliergonella cuspidata]Spitzblättriges Spießmoos {n}
pointed spear-moss [Calliergonella cuspidata]Echtes Spießmoos {n}
pointed stonewort [Nitella mucronata, syn.: N. exilis, N. flabellata, Chara barbieri, C. mucronata] Stachelspitzige Glanzleuchteralge {f}
pointed teat sea cucumber [Thelonota ananas]Ananas-Seewalze {f}
pointed toadflax [Kickxia elatine, syn.: Antirrhinum elatine, Elatinoides elatine, Linaria elatine] Echtes Schlangenmaul {n}
pointed toadflax [Kickxia elatine, syn.: Antirrhinum elatine, Elatinoides elatine, Linaria elatine]Echtes Tännelkraut {n}
pointed toadflax [Kickxia elatine, syn.: Antirrhinum elatine, Elatinoides elatine, Linaria elatine]Spießblättriges Tännelkraut {n}
pointed toadflax [Kickxia elatine, syn.: Antirrhinum elatine, Elatinoides elatine, Linaria elatine] Spießleinkraut {n}
pointed tooth escape wheelSpitzzahn-Ankerrad {n}
pointed weapon Stechwaffe {f} [veraltet] [Stichwaffe]
pointed window Spitzbogenfenster {n}
pointed-leaf maple [Acer argutum]Spitzblättriger Ahorn {m}
pointed-leaf maple [Acer argutum] Feinzähniger Ahorn {m}
pointedly absichtlich
pointedly betont
pointedly eindringlich
pointedly unverblümt
pointedlyostentativ [geh.]
pointedly pointiert
pointedly zugespitzt
pointedly deutlich
pointedly [comment, look]spitz
pointedly [sharp, cutting]treffend
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