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puck positionPuckposition {f} [Trampolin]
puck position Puckhaltung {f} [Trampolin]
puckaun [Irish] [billy goat]Ziegenbock {m}
puckerRunzel {f}
puckerFalte {f} [unschön, tief]
pucker [coll.] Aufregung {f}
pucker [coll.] Verwirrung {f}
pucker [coll.] [rare] [state of perturbation] Verlegenheit {f} [Verwirrung]
pucker factor [Am.] [sl.] Fracksausen {n} [ugs.]
pucker grainRunzelkorn {n} [Fehler, der bei der Entwicklung von Filmen auftreten kann]
puckerbrush [Am.] [regional]Gestrüpp {n} [Unterholz]
puckered gekräuselt
puckered gerunzelt
puckered [e.g. scar]hervortretend [z. B. Narbe]
puckered [e.g. skin] höckerig [z. B. Haut]
puckered [lips] gespitzt [Lippen]
puckered brows zusammengezogene Brauen {pl}
puckered lipsgespitzte Lippen {pl}
puckered lipsgeschürzte Lippen {pl}
puckered lips {pl}Kussmund {m}
puckeringFältelung {f}
puckering Zusammenziehen {n} [der Lippen, Augenbrauen]
puckish mutwillig
puckish koboldhaft
puckish nickelig [regional] [mutwillig]
puckishly koboldhaft
pucksScheiben {pl}
puckster [Am.] [coll.] Eishockeyspieler {m}
puckster [Am.] [coll.]Eishackler {m} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
puckster [coll.] [Am.] Puckjäger {m} [ugs.] [hum.]
pud [Br.] [coll.] [pudding] (gekochter) Nachtisch {m}
pud [Russia]Pud {n} [16,38 kg, alte russische Maßeinheit]
pud [sl.] [pej.] [person] Depp {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
pudding [Br.] [dessert] Nachtisch {m}
pudding [Br.] [dessert]Dessert {n}
pudding [Br.] [dessert] Nachspeise {f}
pudding [custard, blancmange] Dessertcreme {f} [Flammeri]
pudding basin Puddingschüssel {f}
pudding berry [Cornus canadensis, syn.: Chamaepericlymenum canadense] [Canadian dogwood] Nordamerikanischer Hartriegel {m}
pudding berry [Cornus canadensis, syn.: Chamaepericlymenum canadense] [Canadian dogwood]Zwerg-Hartriegel / Zwerghartriegel {m}
pudding berry [Cornus canadensis, syn.: Chamaepericlymenum canadense] [Canadian dogwood]Kanadischer Hartriegel {m}
pudding bowlPuddingschüssel {f}
pudding cassia [Cassia fistula] Indischer Goldregen {m} [Röhren-Kassie]
pudding cup Puddingbecher {m}
pudding fork [Br.]Dessertgabel {f}
pudding grass [Mentha pulegium]Polei-Minze {f}
pudding grass [Mentha pulegium] Polei {m}
pudding grass [Mentha pulegium] Flohkraut {n}
pudding mold [Am.] Puddingform {f} [Förmchen]
pudding mould [Br.]Puddingform {f} [Förmchen]
pudding pretzelPuddingteilchen {n} [Puddingbretzel]
pudding rice [Br.] Milchreis {m} [Rundkornreis]
pudding sticks [Cassiae fistulae fructus] [cassia pods] [Am.] [rare]Mannastangen {pl} [Früchte des Indischen Goldregens]
pudding stonePuddingstein {m}
pudding-basin haircut [Br.] Topfschnitt {m}
pudding-basin haircut [Br.] Topffrisur {m}
pudding-basin haircut [Br.] Topfhaarschnitt {m}
pudding-faced [fig.] mit fettem, rundem Gesicht
pudding-headed [coll.]blöde [ugs.]
pudding-pipe tree [Cassia fistula]Indischer Goldregen {m} [Röhren-Kassie]
pudding-pipetree [genus Senna, syn.: Cassia] Kassie {f}
pudding-pipetree [genus Senna, syn.: Cassia]Gewürzrinde {f}
pudding-pipetree [genus Senna, syn.: Cassia] Sennesstrauch {m}
pudding-stick [Cassia fistula]Indischer Goldregen {m} [Röhren-Kassie]
puddingy puddinghaft [selten] [puddingähnlich]
puddle Lache {f} [Pfütze]
puddle Pfütze {f}
puddle Tümpel {m}
puddle Lacke {f} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
puddleGumpe {f} [südd.] [Pfütze, Tümpel]
puddle [fig.] [state of confusion] Verwirrung {f}
puddle [of foul water] Pfuhl {m}
puddle formation Pfützenbildung {f}
puddle jumpKatzensprung {m} [fig.]
puddle jumper [esp. Am.] [coll.] Kleinflugzeug {n} [bes. für Kurzstreckenflüge]
puddle of blood Blutlache {f}
puddle of mudSchlammpfütze {f}
puddle of waterWasserlache {f}
puddle of water Wasserpfütze {f}
puddle steelPuddelstahl {m}
puddlerPuddler {m}
puddles Pfützen {pl}
puddling Puddelverfahren {n}
puddlingPuddeln {n}
puddling furnacePuddelofen {m}
puddling process Puddelverfahren {n}
puddy [Br.] [rare] [short and podgy] pummelig [ugs.]
pudency Bescheidenheit {f}
pudencyScham {f}
pudenda Vulven {pl}
pudenda {pl} (weibliche) Scham {f} [Schamgegend]
pudendal Scham-
pudendal pudendal
pudendal nerve [Nervus pudendus] Schamnerv {m}
pudendal nerve entrapment <PNE> Einklemmung {f} des Pudendusnervs
pudendal plexus [Plexus pudendus]Schamgeflecht {n}
pudendum Vulva {f}
pudendum Pudendum {n}
pudendum {sg} [a person's external genitals]Genitalien {pl}
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