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precursor tissue Vorläufergewebe {n}
precursors Vorläufer {pl}
precursors Präkursoren {pl} [veraltet] [Vorläufer]
precursory vorausgehend
precursory vorauslaufend
precursory einleitend
pre-cut vorgestanzt
pre-cutoff valveVorabsperrventil {n}
predaceous raubtierhaft
(predaceous) diving beetles [family Dytiscidae] Schwimmkäfer {pl}
(predaceous) diving beetles [family Dytiscidae] Dytisciden {pl}
predacious fishRaubfisch {m}
predacious fish Räuberfisch {m}
predated transactionvordatiertes Geschäft {n}
predating vordatierend
predatingVordatierung {f}
predationRaub {m}
predationräuberisches Verhalten {n}
predation Prädation {f}
predation Räubertum {n} [räuberische Nahrungsmittelbeschaffung]
predation [plundering] Plünderung {f}
predation attempt Prädationsversuch {m}
predation effect Prädationseffekt {m}
predation pressurePrädationsdruck {m}
predation rate Prädationsrate {f}
predation risk Prädationsrisiko {n}
predatorRäuber {m}
predator Raubtier {n} [Beutegreifer, Prädator]
predator Prädator {m}
predator Beutegreifer {m}
predator Jäger {m} [im Tierreich oder fig.]
predator Fressfeind {m} [bei Tieren]
predator [fish] Raubfisch {m}
predator [here: mostly eating from plants, less often killing animals] Fraßfeind {m} [meist an Pflanzen fressend, seltener Tiere tötend]
Predator [John McTiernan] Predator
Predator [Patricia Cornwell] Defekt
Predator 2 [Stephen Hopkins]Predator 2
predator avoidance Raubfeindvermeidung {f}
predator behaviour [Br.] [also fig.] [predatory behaviour] Raubtierverhalten {n} [auch fig.]
predator bird Raubvogel {m}
predator density Prädatorendichte {f}
predator enclosure [also: predators' enclosure] Raubtiergehege {n}
predator game [carnivore, omnivore] Raubwild {n}
predator game [mammalian]Haarraubwild {n}
predator mite Raubmilbe {f}
predator population Räuberpopulation {f} [auch: Räuber-Population]
predator speciesPrädatorenart {f}
predatorily raubtierhaft
predator-prey equationsRäuber-Beute-Gleichungen {pl}
predator-prey interaction Räuber-Beute Beziehung {f}
predator-prey interactionRäuber-Beute-Interaktion {f}
predator-prey relationship Räuber-Beute-Verhältnis {n}
predator-prey system Beuteschema {n} [Raubtiere]
predators Prädatoren {pl}
predatorsRaubtiere {pl}
predators Beutegreifer {pl}
predatory wie ein Raubtier
predatory draufgängerisch [lüstern]
predatory [exploitative] rücksichtslos
predatory [sexually obtrusive] lüstern
predatory animal Raubtier {n}
predatory animals {pl} [esp. stray dogs, cats]Raubzeug {n} [nur sing.] [bes. wildernde Hunde und Katzen]
predatory arthropods Raubarthropoden {pl}
predatory arthropods räuberische Arthropoden {pl}
predatory attack Raubzug {m} [Überfall]
predatory bird Raubvogel {m}
predatory bugRaubwanze {f}
predatory bugräuberische Wanze {f}
predatory capitalism [pej.] Raubtierkapitalismus {m} [pej.]
predatory competitionVerdrängungswettbewerb {m}
predatory densityRäuberdichte {f}
predatory dinosaurRaubsaurier {m}
predatory dinosaur Raubdinosaurier {m}
predatory exploitation Raubbau {m}
predatory exploitation of natureRaubbau {m} an der Natur
predatory fish Raubfisch {m}
predatory fish Räuberfisch {m}
predatory insect Raubinsekt {n}
predatory instinctRaubtierinstinkt {m}
predatory practicesräuberische Machenschaften {pl}
predatory pressure Räuberdruck {m}
predatory pricing Preisdumping {n}
predatory pricing ruinöser Wettbewerb {m}
predatory pricing Setzen {n} von Kampfpreisen / Verdrängungspreisen
predatory species räuberische Art {f}
predatory species {pl}Raubtierarten {pl}
predatory species [esp. insect]räuberisch lebende Art {f} [bes. Insekt]
predatory war Raubkrieg {m}
(predatory) ground beetleLaufkäfer {m}
predawn [attr.]vor der Dämmerung [nachgestellt] [morgens]
prede [obs.] [spoils, booty; trophy]Beute {f}
predebtor Vorschuldner {m}
predecease [death preceding that of another person][Tod, der dem einer anderen Person vorausgeht]
predecessor Vorgänger {m}
predecessorVorläufer {m}
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