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reed sac-spider [Clubiona phragmitis] Schilf-Sackspinne {f}
Reed Sea Schilfmeer {n}
reed snakes [genus Calamaria] Zwergnattern {pl}
reed snakes [genus Calamaria]Zwergschlangen {pl}
reed sparrow [Emberiza schoeniclus] Rohrspatz {m}
reed stop Zungenstimme {f} [Orgel]
reed stopZungenregister {n}
reed sweetgrass [Glyceria maxima, syn.: Glyceria aquatica, Glyceria spectabilis, Molinia maxima, Poa aquatica] Riesen-Schwaden {m}
reed sweetgrass [Glyceria maxima, syn.: Glyceria aquatica, Glyceria spectabilis, Molinia maxima, Poa aquatica] Großer Wasserschwaden {m}
reed sweetgrass [Glyceria maxima, syn.: Glyceria aquatica, Glyceria spectabilis, Molinia maxima, Poa aquatica] Großer Schwaden {m}
reed sweetgrass [Glyceria maxima, syn.: Glyceria aquatica, Glyceria spectabilis, Molinia maxima, Poa aquatica] Wasser-Schwaden {m}
reed switchReedschalter {m}
reed thatchSchilfeindeckung {f}
reed thatcher Reetdachdecker {m}
reed thatchingReeteindeckung {f}
reed thatching Rohrdachdeckung {f}
reed tripeLabmagen {m} [als Kuttelspezialität] [Lampredotto]
reed tussock [Laelia coenosa] [moth]Schilf-Bürstenspinner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
reed tussock [Laelia coenosa] [moth] Gelbbein {n} [Nachtfalterspezies]
reed tussock [Laelia coenosa] [moth]Gelbbein-Spinner {n} [Nachtfalterspezies]
reed valve Membranventil {n}
reed veneer [Chilo phragmitella, syn.: C. phragmitella]Breitflügeliger Schilfzünsler {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
reed vole [Microtus fortis]Schilfwühlmaus {f}
reed warblers [family Acrocephalidae] Rohrsängerartige {pl}
reed wolf [Canis aureus]Goldschakal {m}
[reed organ stop] Apfelregal {n}
reedbird [Dolichonyx oryzivorus]Bobolink {m}
reedbird [Dolichonyx oryzivorus]Reisstärling {m}
reedbucks [genus Redunca] Riedböcke {pl}
reeded geriffelt [gerillt]
reeded [covered with reeds, reedy] schilfbedeckt
reederite-(Y) [(Na,Al,Mn,Ca)15(Y,Ce,Nd,La)2 [(Cl,F)|(SO3F)|(CO3)9]] Reederit-(Y) {m}
reedfish [Erpetoichthys calabaricus]Flösselaal {m}
reeding Riffelrand {m} [z. B. Münzen]
re-editedneu herausgegeben
re-editingneu herausgebend
reedlands {pl} Riedlandschaft {f}
reed-leaf wattle [Acacia calamifolia, syn.: A. euthycarpa, A. pulverulenta, A. uncinata]Besen-Akazie {f}
reed-lined shore Schilfufer {n}
reedmace [Typha] [Br.] Rohrkolben {m}
reedmace [Typha] [Br.] Lampenputzer {m} [ugs.]
reedmace [Typha] [Br.]Lampenputzer {m} [ugs.]jipijeh
reedmace family {sg} [family Typhaceae]Rohrkolbengewächse {pl}
reedmace family {sg} [family Typhaceae]Typhaceen {pl}
reedmergnerite [NaBSi3O8] Reedmergnerit {m} [ein Feldspat]
reed-pipeRohrflöte {f}
reedsSchilfe {pl}
reeds {pl}Schilf {n}
reeds {pl}Röhricht {n}
reeds {pl} Reet {n} [nordd.]
reeds {pl} Ried {n}
reeds {pl} [organ]Schnarrwerk {n}
Reed's law Reed'sches Gesetz {n}
Reed-Solomon code <RS code> Reed-Solomon-Code {m} <RS-Code>
reed-thin spindeldürr
re-educated umgeschult
re-educatingumschulend
reeducation Umerziehung {f}
re-education Umerziehung {f}
re-education Umschulung {f}
reeducation camp Umerziehungslager {n}
re-education campUmerziehungslager {n}
reeducation circleUmerziehungszirkel {m} [Mao]
re-education courseUmerziehungskurs {m}
re-education films {pl}Umerziehungsfilme {pl} [auch Genre]
re-education measures Umerziehungsmaßnahmen {pl}
reeducations Umerziehungen {pl}
reedy schilfig
reedy näselnd [Klang]
reedy durchdringend [Stimme]
reedy grell [Stimme]
reedy dünn [Person]
reedy [full of reeds, covered with reeds] schilfbestanden
Reedy Glacier Reedy-Gletscher {m}
reedy marsh Ried {n} [Gebiet]
reef Riff {n}
reef Bank {f} [Korallenbank]
reefAder {f}
reefGang {m}
reef [Aus.] [S.Afr.] [lode] Erzgang {m}
reef [in a sail] Reff {n}
reef aquarium Riffaquarium {n}
reef area Riffgebiet {n}
reef ball Riffball {m}
reef bannerfish [Heniochus acuminatus] (Gemeiner) Wimpelfisch {m}
reef beltRiffgürtel {m}
reef biotope Riffbiotop {n}
reef butterflyfish [Chaetodon sedentarius] Karibischer Riff-Falterfisch {m}
reef communityRiffgemeinschaft {f}
reef conservation Riffschutz {m}
reef construction Riffkonstruktion {f}
reef crest Riffkamm {m}
reef cringlesReffkauschen {pl}
reef destruction Riffzerstörung {f}
reef development Riffentwicklung {f}
reef ecosystem Riffökosystem {n}
reef edge Riffrand {m}
reef fauna Rifffauna {f}
reef fauna Riff-Fauna {f}
reef formation Riffbildung {f}
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