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remover Umzugsspediteur {m}
remover Entferner {m}
remover Beseitiger {m}
remover [female] [Br.] Möbelpackerin {f}
removers Spediteure {pl}
removing abtragend
removing Entfernung {f}
removing Herausnehmen {n}
removing of paintAbbeizen {n} von Farbe
removing of rustEntrostung {f}
removing the camera Abbauen {n} der Kamera
removing the jersey [sporting misconduct, e.g. to celebrate a goal]Ausziehen {n} des Trikots [unsportliches Betragen]
Rems Valley Remstal {n}
remuage [shaking of champaign bottles]Remuage {f} [Rüttelung des Sekts etc. in der Flasche]
remuage rack Rüttelpult {n} [für die Remuage]
remuneratedgelohnt [veraltete Bedeutung von "lohnen"]
remunerationBelohnung {f}
remuneration Arbeitsentgelt {n}
remunerationEinkommen {n}
remunerationEntlohnung {f}
remuneration Erstattung {f}
remunerationGehalt {n}
remuneration Entgelt {n}
remunerationBesoldung {f}
remunerationEntschädigung {f}
remuneration Vergütung {f}
remunerationHonorar {n}
remuneration Dotierung {f}
remuneration Remuneration {f} [veraltet]
remuneration agreement <RA> Vergütungsvereinbarung {f} <VV>
remuneration committee Vergütungsausschuss {m}
remuneration distribution scale Honorarverteilungsmaßstab {m} <HVM>
remuneration for lecturingVergütung {f} für Vortragstätigkeit
remuneration for teaching Vergütung {f} für Lehrtätigkeit
remuneration for temporary personnel [SAP term] Aushilfsbezüge {pl} [selten] [fast nur von SAP verwendet]
remuneration groupVerwendungsgruppe {f} [österr.] [veraltet, neu: Beschäftigungsgruppe]
remuneration modelVergütungsmodell {n}
remuneration of the board of directorsAufsichtsratsvergütung {f}
remuneration of the management board Vorstandsvergütung {f}
remuneration offerHonorarangebot {n}
remuneration policy Vergütungspolitik {f}
remuneration statement Gehaltsabrechnung {f}
remuneration structureEntgeltstruktur {f}
remunerative lohnend
remunerative einträglich
remunerative lukrativ
remunerative occupation einträgliche Beschäftigung {f}
remunerative price lukrativer Preis {m}
remunicipalisation [Br.]Rekommunalisierung {f}
remyelinationRemyelinisierung {f}
remyelinization [rare] [remyelination] Remyelinisierung {f}
RenaissanceRenaissance {f}
renaissanceWiedererwachen {n}
renaissance Wiedergeburt {f}
renaissance Renaissance {f} [fig.] [Wiedergeburt]
Renaissance [attr.]renaissancezeitlich
Renaissance architecture Renaissancearchitektur {f}
Renaissance architectureArchitektur {f} der Renaissance
Renaissance building Renaissancebau {m}
Renaissance castleRenaissanceschloss {n}
Renaissance châteauRenaissanceschloss {n}
Renaissance church Renaissancekirche {f}
renaissance fair Mittelalterfest {n}
renaissance festival Mittelalterfest {n}
Renaissance furniture {sg}Renaissancemöbel {pl}
Renaissance garden Renaissancegarten {m}
Renaissance guitar Renaissance-Gitarre {f}
Renaissance harp Renaissanceharfe {f}
Renaissance HumanismRenaissancehumanismus {m} [auch: Renaissance-Humanismus]
Renaissance man [Am.] Universalgenie {n} [hum.] [Alleskönner]
Renaissance man [fig.] [person of exceptionally broad-based knowledge] Universalgelehrter {m}
Renaissance music Renaissancemusik {f}
Renaissance music Musik {f} der Renaissance
Renaissance painter Renaissancemaler {m}
Renaissance painter [female] Renaissancemalerin {f}
Renaissance (period) Renaissancezeit {f}
Renaissance philosophy Renaissancephilosophie {f} [auch: Renaissance-Philosophie]
Renaissance poetRenaissancedichter {m}
Renaissance studies {pl}Renaissanceforschung {f}
Renaissance style Renaissancestil {m}
Renaissance theologianRenaissancetheologe {m}
renaissancesRenaissancen {pl}
Renaissance-style palace Renaissanceschloss {n}
renaissancismRenaissancismus {m}
renal Nieren-
renal abscess Nierenabszess {m} [österr. auch {n}]
renal adenoma Nierenadenom {n}
renal agenesia [less common] [renal agenesis]Nierenagenesie {f}
renal agenesis Nierenagenesie {f}
renal amyloidosis <RA>Nierenamyloidose {f} <NA>
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