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EnglishGerman
rumour [Br.] Ondit {n} [geh.]
rumour [Br.] Ruf {m} [veraltet] [Gerücht]
Rumour has it ... [Br.] Gerüchten zufolge ...
Rumour has it (that) ... [Br.] Es wird gemunkelt, (dass) ... [ugs.]
Rumour has it (that) ... [Br.]Man munkelt, (dass) ... [ugs.]
Rumour has it (that) ... [Br.] Es geht das Gerücht, (dass) ...
rumour mill [Br.] [idiom]Gerüchteküche {f} [ugs.]
rumoured [Br.] gemunkelt [ugs.]
rumour-monger [Br.] Kolporteur {m}
rumour-monger [Br.]Gerüchtemacher {m}
rumour-monger [Br.] Klatschbase {f}
rumourmonger [Br.]Kolporteur {m}
rumourmonger [Br.] Gerüchtemacher {m}
rumour-mongering [Br.] Kolportage {f} [Verbreitung von Gerüchten]
rumour-mongering [Br.] Klatscherei {f}
rumour-mongering [Br.] Verbreitung {f} von Gerüchten
rumours {pl} [Br.]Gemunkel {n} [Gerücht]
rumours [Br.]Gerüchte {pl}
Rumours came up that ... [Br.] Es kamen Gerüchte auf, dass ...
rumours of glory [Br.] Zeichen {pl} der Verheißung
Rumours were afloat. [Br.]Gerüchte waren im Umlauf.
rumpArsch {m} [vulg.]
rumpHinterteil {n}
rump Steiß {m}
rumpSterz {m}
rumpBürzel {m}
rumpStert {m} [nordd.]
rump Füdli {n} [schweiz.]
rump bone Lendenknochen {m}
rump council Restkonzil {n}
rump of Czechoslovakia Rest-Tschechei {f} [Nazi-Bezeichnung]
Rump ParliamentRumpfparlament {n} [England]
rump state Rumpfstaat {m}
rump steak Rumpfsteak {n} [seltener für: Rumpsteak]
rump steakRumpsteak {n}
Rumpel-Leede sign Rumpel-Leede-Zeichen {n} [auch: Rumpel-Leede'sches Zeichen]
(Rumpel-Leede) capillary fragility test Rumpel-Leede-Test {m}
Rumpelstiltskin Rumpelstilzchen {n}
rumpledzerwühlt
rumpled [clothes, sheets]zerknittert
rumpled [hair] zerzaust
rumpled [person] unordentlich
rumpled bedzerwühltes Bett {n}
rumpled hair zerzaustes Haar {n}
rumpled suit zerknitterter Anzug {m}
rumpless schwanzlos
rumpling zerknitternd
rumplingzerknüllend
rumplingzerwühlend
rumpology Rumpologie {f}
rumps Hinterteile {pl}
rumpsBürzel {pl}
rumps Steiße {pl}
rumps Sterze {pl}
rumpus [coll.]Krawall {m} [ugs.] [Lärm]
rumpus [coll.] Krach {m} [auch Streit]
rumpus [coll.]Spektakel {m} [ugs.] [Lärm]
rumpus [coll.]Affenkäfig {m} [fig.]
rumpus [coll.]Remmidemmi {n} [ugs.]
rumpus room [Am.] [coll.] Spielzimmer {n}
rumpus room [Am.] [coll.]Partyraum {m}
rumpus room [Am.] [coll.] Hobbyraum {m}
rumpyschwanzlose Katze {f}
rumpy-pumpy [chiefly Br.] [coll.](schnelle) Nummer {f} [ugs.] [unkomplizierter Geschlechtsverkehr]
rumseyite [Pb2OClF] Rumseyit {m}
Rumsfeld's beetle [Agathidium rumsfeldi] [a slime-mold beetle] Rumsfeld-Schwammkugelkäfer {m}
rum-soakedin Rum getränkt
rum-soaked raisins Rumrosinen {pl}
runFahrt {f}
runLauf {m} [schneller Schritt, Durchgang, Comp., Musik]
runAufführungszeit {f} [im Theater]
run gerannt
run Laufzeit {f}
run plötzliche Nachfrage {f}
runstarke Nachfrage {f}
run Startbefehl {m}
run Sturmlauf {m} [fig.]
run gelaufen
run (schneller) Lauf {m}
run Serie {f}
runKandidatur {f}
run [flowed] geflossen
run [flowed] geronnen
run [of a liquid] zerflossen
run [animal enclosure] Auslauf {m} [Gehege]
run [coasting, bobsleigh] Bahn {f} [Schlitten, Bob]
run [creek] [Am.] Bach {m}
run [e.g. ski racing]Durchgang {m} [z. B. alpiner Skisport]
run [enclosed area] Weideland {n} [Gehege etc.]
run [enclosed area] Gehege {n}
run [in paint etc.]Rotznase {f} [ugs.] [tränenartiger Lackierfehler]
run [in stockings, tights]Laufmasche {f}
run [iteration, pass]Durchlauf {m}
run [journey, distance] Strecke {f}
run [journey, trip] Passage {f}
run [of computer program] Programmablauf {m}
run [of computer program]Programmlauf {m}
run [paint, varnish]Nase {f} [ugs.] [herablaufender Farbtropfen bzw. Lacktropfen]
run [part of a transmission or conveyor belt] Trumm {m} {n} [Trum] [Teil eines Treibriemens, Förderbands]
run [part of conveyor belt] Trum {m} {n} [Teil des Treibriemens, Förderbands]
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