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EnglishGerman
pottery mug Keramiktasse {f}
pottery productionKeramikherstellung {f}
pottery repertoire Keramikrepertoire {n}
pottery shards Gefäßscherben {pl}
pottery shards Keramikscherben {pl}
pottery sherds Keramikscherben {pl}
pottery shop Keramikladen {m}
pottery town Töpferstadt {f}
pottery vase Keramikvase {f}
pottery vessel Tongefäß {n}
pottery vessel Keramikgefäß {n}
pottery (wedding) anniversary Fayencehochzeit {f}
pottery wheel Töpferscheibe {f}
pottery works {sg}Töpferwerkstatt {f}
pottery (workshop)Töpferwerkstatt {f}
Pottiaceae [family of mosses] Pottiaceen {pl} [Familie der Laubmoosgewächse]
potting einlegend
potting eintopfend
pottingVerguss {m}
potting [Am.]Isolierverguss {m}
potting clay Töpferton {m}
potting compostBlumenerde {f}
potting compost Blumentopferde {f}
potting compost Blumentopf-Erde {f} [Rsv.]
potting compost Anzuchterde {f}
potting compostPflanzerde {f}
potting compound Vergussmasse {f}
potting shedGartenschuppen {m} [Arbeitsraum]
potting soilBlumenerde {f}
potting soilContainersubstrat {n}
pottle [NZ]Becher {m} [Jogurt, Sahne etc.]
pottos [genus Perodicticus]Pottos {pl}
Pott's diseasePott'sche Krankheit {f}
Pott's fracture [also: Pott's syndrome I] [archaic, or coll. in the U.S. for a bimalleolar fracture] Pott-Fraktur {f} [veraltend]
Potts model Potts-Modell {n}
Pott's montbretia [Crocosmia pottsii, syn.: Gladiolus pottsii, Montbretia pottsii, Tritonia pottsii]Potts-Montbretie {f}
pottsite [PbBiH(VO4)2·2H2O] Pottsit {m}
pottyTöpfchen {n}
potty Topferl {n} [österr.] [südd.]
potty [esp. Br.] [coll.] verrückt
potty [coll.] Topf {m} [Töpfchen für Kleinkinder]
potty [coll.] Pott {m} [nordd.] [ugs.] [Topf, Töpfchen (bei Kindern), Toilette (bei Erwachsenen)]
potty break [coll.]Pinkelpause {f} [ugs.]
potty mouth [sl.]schmutziges Mundwerk {n} [ugs.] [fig.]
potty seatTöpfchenaufsatz {m} [Toilettenaufsatz für Kleinkinder]
potty trainingTöpfchentraining {n}
potty training [coll.] [toilet training] Sauberkeitserziehung {f} [Windelentwöhnung]
potty training [infant]Trockenwerden {n} [Kleinkind]
potty-chair Töpfchen {n}
potty-mouthed [coll.]vulgär
potty-trained sauber [Kind]
poubaite [PbBi2(Te,S)2Se2] Poubait {m}
pouchHautsack {m}
pouchKehlsack {m}
pouchVormagen {m}
pouch Säckchen {n}
pouch [coll.] [belly]Bäuchlein {n}
pouch [esp. mail pouch, pouch under eyes] Sack {m} [bes. Postsack, Tränensack]
pouch [for tobacco etc.] [also zool.] Beutel {m} [z. B. Tabaksbeutel] [auch zool.]
pouch [mail pouch] [esp. Am.] Postsack {m}
pouch [under eyes]Tränensack {m}
pouch [women's handbag] Ridikül {m} {n}
pouch [worn by skiers around their waist]Wimmerl {n} [Skiläufertasche] [österr.]
pouch bag cellPouch-Bag-Zelle {f}
pouch cell Pouchzelle {f} [auch: Pouch-Zelle]
pouch dilatation Vormagenerweiterung {f}
pouch dilatation <PD> Pouchdilatation {f} <PD>
pouch gall Beutelgalle {f}
pouch of Douglas [Excavatio rectouterina] Douglas-Raum {m}
pouch of Douglas [Excavatio rectouterina]Douglasscher Raum {m} [alt]
pouch of Douglas [Excavatio rectouterina] Douglas'scher Raum {m}
pouch of MorisonMorison-Grube {f}
pouched eingesteckt
pouched [formed like a pouch]taschenförmig [sackförmig]
pouched [formed like a pouch]sackförmig
pouched false morel [Gyromitra infula] Bischofsmütze {f} [Pilz]
pouched frog [Assa darlingtoni] Darlingtons Beutelfrosch {m}
pouched frog [Assa darlingtoni] Darlingtonfrosch {m}
pouched gerbil [Desmodilliscus braueri] Brauer-Rennmaus {f}
pouched mice [genus Antechinus]Breitfuß-Beutelmäuse {pl}
pouched rats [subfamily Cricetomyinae]Hamsterratten {pl}
pouchesBeutel {pl}
pouches [underneath a person's eyes] Tränensäcke {pl}
pouchingeinsteckend
pouchitis Pouchitis {f}
pouch-packaging machine [also: pouch-packing machine, pouch packager]Beutelverpackungsmaschine {f} [auch: Beutelpacker]
pouchy sackartig
poudretteite [KNa2B3Si12O30] Poudretteit {m}
pouf Puff {m} [Hocker]
pouf [Br.] [coll.] [pej.] [spv.] [poof] Schwuchtel {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
pouf [on a dress]Bausch {m}
pouffePuff {m} [Hocker]
pouffe Pouf {m} [Rsv.] [veraltet]
pouffe [spv.]Polsterhocker {m} [Pouf]
poughite [Fe2(TeO3)2(SO4)·3H2O] Poughit {m}
Poujadism Poujadismus {m}
poulaineSchnabelschuh {m}
poulaines [crakows] Poulaines {pl} [Schnabelschuhe]
poulardPoularde {f}
poulard wheat [Triticum turgidum]Nacktweizen {m}
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