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prudently estimatedvorsichtig geschätzt
pruderies Prüderien {pl}
pruderyPrüderie {f}
pruderyZimperlichkeit {f}
pruderyZiererei {f}
prudes [female] Zimperliesen {pl} [ugs.] [prüde weibliche Personen]
prudish prüde
prudish zimperlich [prüde]
prudish zickig [ugs.] [pej.] [prüde, verklemmt]
prudish sittsam [prüde]
prudish züchtig [prüde]
prudish schamhaft [prüde]
prudishly prüde
prudishness Zimperlichkeiten {pl}
pruinate [pruinose] bereift
pruinescencePruinosität {f}
pruinosity Pruinosität {f}
Prüm ConventionPrümer Vertrag {m}
prunasin [C14H17NO6] Prunasin {n}
prune Backpflaume {f}
prune Dörrpflaume {f}
pruneTrockenpflaume {f}
prune gedörrte Zwetschge {f}
pruneDörrzwetschke {f} [österr.]
prune [colour] Purpurfarbe {f}
prune [Prunus domestica subsp. domestica] [common plum] Zwetschge {f}
prune [sl.] [pej.] [old woman] alte Schachtel {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
prune [sl.] [ill-tempered person]Miesepeter {m} [ugs.]
prune [sl.] [ill-tempered person]Muffel {m} [ugs.]
prune boy and prune girl [made from dried prunes, dried figs, walnuts] Zwetschgenmännla und Zwetschgenweibla [fränk.] [z. B. auf dem Nürnberger Christkindlesmarkt]
prune dumplings Zwetschkenknödel {pl} [österr.]
prune jellyZwetschgengelee {n} {m}
prune jelly Zwetschkengelee {n} {m} [österr.]
prune juice Dörrpflaumensaft {m}
prune menZwetschgenmännchen {pl}
prune moth [Cydia funebrana, syn.: C. prunana, Enarmonia funebrana, Grapholita funebrana, Laspeyresia funebrana] Pflaumenmade {f} [Pflaumenwickler, Nachtfalterspezies]
prune moth [Grapholita funebrana, syn.: G. cerasana, Cydia funebrana, C. prunana, Enarmonia funebrana, Laspeyresia funebrana] Pflaumen-Wickler / Pflaumenwickler {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
Prune the roses and leave four eyes only.Rosen bis auf vier Augen zurückschneiden.
[prune boy or prune man, made of dried plums, etc.; a good luck symbol in Germany] Zwetschgenmandl {n} [bayer.]
prune-belly syndrome Bauchdeckenaplasie {f}
prune-belly syndrome <PBS>Prune-Belly-Syndrom {n} <PBS>
prune-belly syndrome <PBS>Pflaumenbauchsyndrom {n}
pruned zurechtgestutzt
pruned gestutzt
pruned [coll.] [wrinkled]verschrumpelt [ugs.]
pruner Gartenschere {f}
pruner poleBaumsägenverlängerung {f}
prunes [dried plums] Pflaumen {pl} [Trockenpflaumen]
prunetin [C16H12O5] Prunetin {n}
prunetrin [C22H22O10] Prunetrin {n}
pruney schrumpelig [ugs.]
pruniform pflaumenförmig
prunin [C21H22O10] Prunin {n}
pruning beschneidend
pruning Beschneiden {n}
pruningBeschneidung {f}
pruningPruning {n}
pruning Beschnitt {m}
pruning Schnitt {m}
pruning [fig.] Kürzung {f}
pruning [fig.] Schrumpfung {f} [Unternehmen]
pruning [fig.] Reduktion {f} [Belegschaft]
pruning backRückschnitt {m}
pruning hookRebmesser {n}
pruning hook Schneidehaken {m}
pruning hookHeckensichel {f}
pruning knife Gartenmesser {n}
pruning knife Hippe {f}
pruning knife Baumhippe {f}
pruning of trees Baumschnitt {m} [Beschneiden von Bäumen]
pruning shears {pl} [also: a pair of pruning shears] Rebschere {f}
pruning shears {pl} [one pair] Gartenschere {f}
pruno [Am.] [sl.] [prison wine] Pruno {m} [amerikan. Gefängniswein, auch: "Knastwein"]
prunt [e.g. on a rummer] Nuppe {f} [z. B. am Römer]
prunt [on a rummer]Noppe {f} [am Römer]
prurience Geilheit {f}
prurienceLaszivität {f}
prurient geil [sexuell]
prurientlygeil [sexuell]
prurigoJuckausschlag {m}
prurigo Besnier [atopic dermatitis]Prurigo Besnier {f}
pruritusJuckreiz {m}
pruritusJucken {n} [Juckreiz]
pruritus Pruritus {m}
pruritus Hautjucken {n}
prusik knot [often capitalized: Prusik knot] Prusikknoten {m}
Prussak's pouch Prussak-Tasche {f}
Prussak's pouchobere Trommelfellbucht {f}
Prussia Preußen {n}
Prussia is not a country with an army, but an army with a country. [Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, comte de Mirabeau]Preußen ist kein Staat mit einer Armee, vielmehr eine Armee, die einen Staat besitzt. [Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, Graf von Mirabeau]
Prussia KingPreußenkönig {m}
Prussia was hatched from a cannonball.Preußen ist in einer Kanonenkugel geboren worden. [Honoré Gabriel Victor de Riqueti, Marquis de Mirabeau]
PrussianPreuße {m}
Prussian preußisch
Prussian Borusse {m} [ugs.]
Prussian [as Bavarian colloquial nickname for all northern German people] Preiß {m} [bayer.] [ugs.] [Preuße]
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