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rubbish Gerümpel {n}
rubbishSchmarren {m} [bayer., österr. ugs.: Unsinn]
rubbish Schmarrn {m} [bayer.] [österr.] [ugs.] [Unsinn]
rubbishBettel {m} [pej.] [minderwertiges Zeug, Kram]
rubbishZimt {m} [ugs., veraltend: Mist, Unsinn] [fig.]
rubbish Dreckszeug {n} [ugs.]
rubbish [Br.] [fig.] Kappes {m} [fig.] [Unsinn]
rubbish [Br.] [fig.] [pej.]Dreckding {n} [ugs.]
rubbish [coll.]Zinnober {m} [ugs.]
rubbish [coll.] dummes Zeug {n} [ugs.]
rubbish [coll.] Schund {m} [ugs.]
rubbish [coll.] [junk] Ramsch {m} [ugs.]
rubbish [esp. Br.] Abfall {m} [Hausabfall]
rubbish [esp. Br.]Kehricht {m} {n} [bes. schweiz.]
rubbish [esp. Br.] Müll {m}
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense, worthless stuff]Scheiß {m} [salopp] [pej.]
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense, worthless talk or ideas] Blech {n} [ugs.] [Unsinn, Unfug]
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense] Quatsch {m}
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense] Mist {m} [ugs.]
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense]Unsinn {m}
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense]Blödsinn {m}
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense]Tinnef {m} [ugs.] [dummes Zeug]
rubbish [esp. Br.] [nonsense] Käse {m} [ugs.] [Blödsinn]
rubbish [esp. Br.] [refuse] Mist {m} [österr.] [Hausmüll]
rubbish [nonsense]Schmafu {m} [österr.] [Wien] [veraltend]
rubbish / rubbishy old film [Br.] [coll.]Filmklamotte {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
rubbish bagMülltüte {f}
rubbish bag [Br.]Müllsack {m}
rubbish bin [Br.]Dreckeimer {m} [ugs. für: Abfalleimer]
rubbish bin [esp. Br.] Kehrichteimer {m} [schweiz.]
rubbish bin [esp. Br.] Mülleimer {m}
rubbish bin [esp. Br.] Abfalleimer {m}
rubbish bin [esp. Br.] Kehrichtfass {n} [selten]
rubbish chute Bauschuttrutsche {f}
rubbish chute [esp. Br.] Müllschlucker {m}
rubbish collection [esp. Br.]Müllsammlung {f}
rubbish collection [esp. Br.] Müllabfuhr {f}
rubbish collection service [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] Müllabfuhr {f} [Abfuhrdienstleistung]
rubbish dump [esp. Br.] Mülldeponie {f}
rubbish dump [esp. Br.]Müllhalde {f}
rubbish dump [esp. Br.] Müllplatz {m}
rubbish dump [esp. Br.]Abfalldeponie {f}
rubbish dump [esp Br.]Müllkippe {f}
rubbish heapMüllhaufen {m}
rubbish heap [esp. Br.] Kehrichthaufen {m} [schweiz.]
rubbish heap [esp. Br.]Abfallhaufen {m}
rubbish old movie Filmklamotte {f}
rubbish pepperwort [Lepidium ruderale, syn.: L. hyssopifolium]Schutt-Kresse / Schuttkresse {f}
rubbish pepperwort [Lepidium ruderale, syn.: L. hyssopifolium]Stink-Kresse / Stinkkresse {f}
rubbish pit [esp. Br.]Abfallgrube {f}
rubbish problem [esp. Br.]Müllproblem {n}
rubbish sack [esp. Br.]Abfallsack {m}
rubbish tip [esp. Br.] Mülldeponie {f}
rubbish tip [esp. Br.] Müllhalde {f}
rubbish tip [esp. Br.]Müllplatz {m}
rubbish tip [landfill] [esp. Br.]Abfalldeponie {f}
Rubbish! [esp. Br.]Unsinn!
Rubbish! [esp. Br.] Papperlapapp!
(rubbish) skip [esp. Br.] Müllcontainer {m}
rubbish-strewn [attr.]vermüllt [ugs.]
rubbish-strewn [Br.] von Müll übersät
rubbishy schuttbedeckt
rubbishy [Br.] [coll.] minderwertig
rubbishy [Br.] [coll.]wertlos
rubbishy [Br.] [coll.]mies [ugs.]
rubbishy [Br.] [coll.] [nonsensical]blödsinnig [ugs.]
rubble Bruchgestein {n}
rubbleBruchstein {m}
rubble Schutt {m}
rubble Bruch {m} [Stein(schutt)]
rubble Geschiebe {n} [allg.]
rubble {sg} Trümmer {pl}
rubble chuteSchuttrutsche {f}
rubble crabs [family Xanthidae] Rundkrabben {pl}
rubble dwarfgoby [Trimma naudei]Naudes Zwerggrundel {f}
rubble filmTrümmerfilm {m}
rubble heap Schutthaufen {m}
rubble mountainTrümmerberg {m}
rubble mountain Schuttberg {m}
rubble pileSchutthaufen {m}
rubble tip [Br.] Schutthalde {f} [Schutthaufen]
rubble tip [Br.] Schutthaufen {m}
rubble women Trümmerfrauen {pl}
rubbles Grießkohle {f}
rubdown Abreibung {f}
rube [Am.] [sl.] Bauerntrampel {m} [ugs.]
rube [Am.] [sl.]Landei {n} [ugs., pej.: Hinterwäldler]
rube [Am.] [sl.]Bauerntölpel {m} [ugs.]
Rube Goldberg [Am.] [coll.][umständlicher / unpraktischer Plan oder Gebrauchsgegenstand]
Rube Goldberg machine Rube-Goldberg-Maschine {f} [Kettenreaktionsmaschine]
rubefactionRubifizierung {f}
Rubeho Forest partridge [Xenoperdix obscurata] Rubehowachtel {f}
rubella {sg}Röteln {pl}
rubella embryopathy [Embryopathia rubeolosa] Rötelnembryopathie {f}
rubella vaccination Rötelnimpfung {f}
rubella vaccine Rötelnvakzine {f}
rubella vaccineRötelnimpfstoff {m}
rubella virusRöteln-Virus {n} [ugs. auch {m}]
rubellite [Na(Li,Al)3Al6(BO3)3Si6O18(OH)4]Rubellit {m} [roter Turmalin (Elbait)]
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