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poultry shears {pl} [one pair] Geflügelschere {f}
poultry stock Geflügelbestand {m}
poultry stock [broth]Geflügelfond {m}
poultry stock [soup flavoring] Geflügelbrühe {f}
poultry stockman [Am.] Geflügelzüchter {m}
poultry tankage Geflügelfleischmehl {n}
poultry trough feederGeflügelfuttertrog {m}
poultry trough (feeder) Geflügeltrog {m}
poultry worker's lungVogelhalterlunge {f}
poultry yard Geflügelhof {m}
poultry-house moth [Nitidinea fuscella, syn.: N. fuscipunctella, Tinea fuscipunctella]Nestermotte {f}
pounamu [NZ] [greenstone]Neuseeland-Jade {f} [Pounamu]
pounce Sprung {m} [von Raubtier]
pound Abstellplatz {m} [für Autos etc.]
pound [Aus.] synklinales Becken {n}
pound [enclosure for stray animals]Tierheim {n}
pound [for animals] Tierasyl {n}
pound [for towed vehicles]Verwahrstelle {f}
pound <#> [Am.] [Can.] Raute {f} <#>
pound <£, ₤> Pfund {n} <£, ₤>
pound <lb.> Pfund {n} <lb.> [0,45 kg]
pound <lb> [short for: pound-force] [anglo-amerikanische Maßeinheit für Kräfte; ca. 4,448 N]
pound cake Gleichschwer {m}
pound cake Rührteigkuchen {m} [Ei-Schwer-Kuchen]
pound cakeEischwerkuchen {m}
pound cake Pfundkuchen {m}
pound cake Sandkuchen {m}
pound cake [British style] [Madeira cake] Rührkuchen {m}
pound key [Am.] [Can.] [hash key] Rautetaste {f} [zuweilen auch Rautentaste]
pound (key) [Am.] [Can.] <# key, #> [e.g. #77, read as "pound seven seven"]Rautentaste {f} <#-Taste, #> [Telefon]
pound lockKammerschleuse {f}
pound mass <lb, lbm, lbm> Pfund {n} [umgangssprachl. Masseeinheit = 500 g] <Pfd, Pfd.>
pound of butterPfund {n} Butter
pound of gold Goldpfund {n}
pound pear [archaic] Pfundbirne {f} [veraltet]
pound per square inch <psi, lb/in², lb/sq in> [pound-force per square inch] [angloamerikanische Maßeinheit des Drucks; ca. 6.894,757 Pa]
pound shop [Br.]1-Euro-Discounter {m}
pound sign <#> [non-Sterling countries]Rautezeichen {n} <#>
pound sign <£> Pfund-Zeichen {n} <£>
pound sign <£>Pfundzeichen {n}
pound sterling <£>Pfund {n} Sterling
poundageAnteil {m} pro Pfund
poundal <pdl> [dated] [veraltete, anglo-amerikanische Maßeinheit für Kräfte; ca. 0,138 N]
poundedzerstoßen [im Mörser]
poundedgestoßen
pounder Stössel {m} [des Mörsers]
pound-force <lbF, lbf> [anglo-amerikanische Maßeinheit für Kräfte; ca. 4,448 N]
pound-force per square inch <psi, lbf/in², lbf/sq in>[angloamerikanische Maßeinheit des Drucks; ca. 6.894,757 Pa]
pounding Tracht {f} Prügel
poundingzerstoßend
pounding Stampfen {n}
pounding Pochen {n} [z. B. Herzklopfen]
pounding Gehämmer {n}
pounding [music] Gewummer {n} [Musik]
pounds Pfunde {pl}
pounds [amount] Pfund {pl}
pounds <lbs.>Pfunde {pl} <lbs.> [Gewicht]
pounds per cubic foot <pcf, PCF>Pfund {pl} pro Kubikfuß
pounds per square inch <PSI> Pfund {pl} pro Quadratzoll
pounds, shillings and pence <LSD> [britische Währung vor der 1971er Dezimalisierung]
pounds sterling britische Pfunde {pl} [seltener neben: britische Pfund]
pounds sterling britische Pfund {pl}
pour [downpour] Platzregen {m}
pour [foundation] Guss {m}
Pour le Mérite ["For the merit", highest Prussian order for merits in war and peace] Pour le Mérite {m} ["Für das Verdienst", höchster preußischer Orden für Verdienste im Krieg und Frieden]
pour over coffee [also: pourover, pour-over] Filterkaffee {m}
pour pointPourpoint {m}
pour point [of oil] Stockpunkt {m} [des Öls]
pour point improver Pourpointverbesserer {m}
pourability Rieselfähigkeit {f}
pourablegießbar
pourablerieselfähig
pourable gießfähig
pourable schüttbar
pourable bed mortar Fließbettmörtel {m}
Pourbaix diagram Pourbaix-Diagramm {n}
pourboire Trinkgeld {n}
poured eingeschenkt
poured gegossen
poured asphalt Gussasphalt {m}
poured awayweggeschüttet
poured in eingefüllt
poured offabgegossen
poured on zugegossen
poured outausgegossen
poured towards zugeströmt
poured-in-placebetoniert (am Einbauort)
poured-in-place element am Einbauort betoniertes Element {n}
pourerGießer {m} [an Kanne]
pour-flush latrine Latrinenspülklosett {n}
pouring einschenkend
pouring gießend
pouring strömend
pouringGießen {n}
pouring custard Vanillesoße {f}
pouring custardVanillesauce {f}
pouring equipment {sg} [foundry] Gießeinrichtungen {pl}
pouring in einfüllend
pouring lip Gießrand {m} [zum Abgießen geeigneter Rand]
pouring of concreteBetoneinbringung {f}
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