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repeopling Repeuplierung {f} [veraltet] [Wiederbesiedung]
repercussion Auswirkung {f}
repercussionEcho {n}
repercussion Nachwirkung {f}
repercussion Rückschlag {m}
repercussion Rückwirkung {f}
repercussion Repercussio {f}
repercussion [echo, reverberation] Widerhall {m}
repercussionsAuswirkungen {pl}
repercussions Nachwirkungen {pl}
repercussions Konsequenzen {pl}
repercussionsRückwirkungen {pl}
repercussions {pl} [consequences] Nachhall {m} [geh.] [Nachwirkungen]
repercussive prallend
repercussiveness Schlagfertigkeit {f}
reperforator Lochstreifenstanzer {m}
reperfusion Reperfusion {f}
reperfusionWiederdurchblutung {f} [Reperfusion]
reperfusion injury Reperfusionsschaden {m}
reperfusion paradox Reperfusionsparadox {n}
reperfusion phaseReperfusionsphase {f}
reperitonealizationReperitonealisierung {f}
repertoireRepertoire {n}
repertoire Spielplan {m}
repertoireVorrat {m}
repertoire of formsFormenrepertoire {n}
repertoire of motifsMotivrepertoire {n}
[Repertoire piece of 17th and 18th century German theater companies.]Haupt- und Staatsaktion {f}
repertories Spielpläne {pl}
repertorisation [Br.] [homeopathy] Repertorisation {f} [Homöopathie]
repertorization [homeopathy]Repertorisation {f} [Homöopathie]
repertorized [homeopathy]repertorisiert [Homöopathie]
repertorizing [homeopathy] Repertorisieren {n} [Homöopathie]
repertory Schatzkammer {f}
repertory Vorratskammer {f}
repertory Auswahl {f}
repertory Repertoire {n}
repertory [homeopathy]Repertorium {n} [Homöopathie]
repertory <rep>Repertoire- [z. B. Repertoiretheater]
repertory code Kurzrufnummer {f}
repertory of behavior [Am.] Verhaltensrepertoire {n}
repertory of behaviour [Br.] Verhaltensrepertoire {n}
repertory season Spielzeit {f}
repertory system Repertoiresystem {n}
repertory theater [Am.]Repertoiretheater {n}
[repertory theatre doing several theatrical genres like drama, opera and ballet] Mehrspartentheater {n}
repetend Periode {f} [eines Dezimalbruchs]
repetend [rare]Refrain {m}
répétiteurKorrepetitor {m}
répétiteur Repetitor {m}
répétiteuseKorrepetitorin {f}
repetition Wiederholung {f} <Wdh., Wdhlg.>
repetition Repetition {f}
repetition [act of repeating]Wiederholen {n}
repetition accuracyWiederholgenauigkeit {f}
repetition counter Wiederholungszähler {m}
repetition frequency Wiederholfrequenz {f}
repetition instruction Wiederholbefehl {m}
repetition instructionWiederholungsbefehl {m}
repetition methodWiederholungsmethode {f}
repetition of a school year Drehen {n} einer Ehrenrunde [ugs.] [hum.] [Wiederholen einer Klassenstufe]
repetition periodWiederholungsperiode {f}
repetition periodWiederholperiode {f}
repetition period Wiederholdauer {f}
repetition rateWiederholungsrate {f}
repetition rate Wiederholrate {f}
repetition rateRepetitionsrate {f}
repetition sign [no parking, road sign] Wiederholungstafel {f} [schweiz.] [Halte- und Parkierungsverbote; Straßenschild]
repetition testWiederholungsprüfung {f}
repetition thrower Seriendreher {m}
repetition timeRepetitionszeit {f}
repetition time <TR>Wiederholzeit {f} [Messparameter]
repetitions Wiederholungen {pl}
repetitious wiederholend
repetitious sich (ständig) wiederholend
repetitiousmonoton [pej.]
repetitious gebetsmühlenartig [pej.] [sich ständig wiederholend]
repetitious repetierend
repetitiously wiederholend
repetitive repetierend
repetitivesich periodisch wiederholend
repetitiveperiodisch wiederkehrend
repetitive sich wiederholend
repetitive wiederholend
repetitive repetitiv
repetitivegebetsmühlenartig [pej.] [sich ständig wiederholend]
repetitivemonoton [z. B. Arbeit]
repetitive / repetitious analog computer [Am.] repetierender Analogrechner {m}
repetitive accuracy Wiederholgenauigkeit {f}
repetitive addressing Adresswiederholung {f}
repetitive computationrepetierendes Rechnen {n}
repetitive element sich wiederholendes Arbeitselement {n}
repetitive errorWiederholungsfehler {m}
repetitive mistake Wiederholungsfehler {m}
repetitive nerve stimulation <RNS> repetitive Nervenstimulation {f} <RNS>
repetitive pain stimulation repetitive Schmerzreizung {f}
repetitive strain injury [RSI syndrome] Verletzung {f} durch (ständig) wiederholte Bewegungsabläufe [RSI-Syndrom]
repetitive strain injury <RSI> syndromeVerletzung {f} durch wiederholte Belastung <RSI-Syndrom>
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