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stomatocystStomatocyste {f}
stomatocyteStomatozyt {m}
stomatocytosisStomatozytose {f}
stomatodyniaStomatodynie {f}
stomatogastric stomatogastrisch
stomatognathic systemstomatognathes System {n}
stomatologic stomatologisch
stomatological stomatologisch
stomatological preparations Stomatologika {pl}
stomatologistStomatologe {m}
stomatologist [female]Stomatologin {f}
stomatology Zahn-Mund-Kiefer-Heilkunde {f}
stomatology Stomatologie {f}
stomatoplastyMundplastik {f}
stomatoplastyStomatoplastik {f}
stomatopod [Stomatopoda] Fangschreckenkrebs {m}
stomatorrhagiaMundblutung {f}
stomatorrhagia Mundhöhlenblutung {f}
stomatoscope Mundspiegel {m}
stomatoscopeStomatoskop {n}
stomatosemit Stomata [nachgestellt]
stomatostyle Stomatostyl {n}
stomiiforms [order Stomiiformes]Maulstachler {pl}
stomiiforms [order Stomiiformes]Großmäuler {pl}
stomium Stomium {n}
stomium cell Stomiumzelle {f}
stomocephalus Stomozephalus {m} [selten]
stomochord Stomochord {n}
stomodaeal [attr.] [Br.] Stomodäum-
stomodaeal [attr.] [Br.]Stomodäal-
stomodaeal [Br.]stomödäal
stomodaeal wall [Br.] Stomodäalwand {f}
stomodaeumStomodäum {n}
stomodeal [Am.] stomödäal
stomodeal wall [Am.] Stomodäalwand {f}
stomp Stampfen {n}
stomped gestampft
stomper [Rock- oder Jazzstück mit besonders starkem Rhythmus]
stomper [person] Stampfer {m} [ugs.] [aus Zorn oder Übermut stampfende Person]
stompers {pl}[häufiger Namenszusatz ("Stampfer") für Musikgruppen, insb. Jazz]
stompingStampfen {n}
stomping groundTreffpunkt {m}
stomping ground alte Umgebung {f}
stomping ground Tummelplatz {m}
stomping ground [Am.]Revier {n}
stone Gestein {n}
stone Kern {m} [v. Steinobst]
stone Stein {m}
stone [absolutely: e.g. stone cold, stone dead] völlig
stone [attr.] steinern
stone [attr.] Stein-
stone [in fruit]Obstkern {m}
stone [sl.] [absolutely] total
stone [sl.] [absolutely]absolut
stone [sl.] [absolutely]echt [ugs.]
stone <st> [Br.] [also pl.][6,35 kg]
Stone Age Steinzeit {f}
Stone Age [attr.]steinzeitlich
Stone Age find Steinzeitfund {m}
Stone Age man Steinzeitmensch {m}
Stone Age menSteinzeitmenschen {pl}
Stone Age peopleSteinzeitvolk {n}
Stone Age people Steinzeitmenschen {pl}
Stone Age peoples Steinzeitvölker {pl}
Stone Age society Steinzeitgesellschaft {f}
stone anchor Steinanker {m}
stone apple [Aegle marmelos]Bengalische Quitte {f}
stone apple [Aegle marmelos]Madjobaum {m}
stone apple [Aegle marmelos] Belbaum {m}
stone apple [Aegle marmelos]Schleimapfel {m} [ugs.] [Bengalische Quitte]
stone archSteinbogen {m}
stone arch bridge Steinbogenbrücke {f}
stone architectureSteinarchitektur {f}
stone artefact [esp. Br.] Steinartefakt {n}
stone artifact [Am.] Steinartefakt {n}
stone axe Steinbeil {n}
stone axeSteinaxt {f}
stone baby Steinkind {n}
stone baking oven Steinbackofen {m}
stone balancing [also: rock balancing] Steinbalance {f}
stone bank Steinufer {n}
stone bantam [Ptilopachus petrosus] Felsenrebhuhn {n}
stone bantam [Ptilopachus petrosus] Felsenhenne {f}
stone bantam [Ptilopachus petrosus] Felshenne {f}
stone beadSteinperle {f}
stone benchSteinbank {f}
stone bolt Steinschraube {f}
stone bramble [Rubus saxatilis]Steinbeere {f}
stone breaker's hammer Steinschlaghammer {m}
stone bridgeSteinbrücke {f}
stone bridge steinerne Brücke {f}
Stone Bruises [Simon Beckett] Der Hof
stone buildingSteinbau {m}
stone building Steingebäude {n}
stone buildings Steinbauten {pl}
stone by stone Stein um Stein
stone canal Steinkanal {m}
stone cannon [cannon firing stone balls]Steinbüchse {f}
stone carverSteinhauer {m}
stone carverSteinmetz {m} [Steinbildhauer]
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