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storied castlegeschichtenumwobene Burg {f}
storiesGeschichten {pl}
stories Storys {pl}
stories [Am.] [in a building] Geschosse {pl} [Stockwerke]
stories [tales] Erzählungen {pl}
stories from the biblebiblische Geschichten {pl}
stories of knightsRittergeschichten {pl}
Stories of Mr. Keuner Geschichten vom Herrn Keuner [Bertolt Brecht] [auch: Geschichten vom Herrn K.]
storiettekleine Geschichte {f}
storiette Geschichtchen {n} [ugs.]
storing lagernd
storing Speicherung {f}
storing Lagerhaltung {f}
storing [warehousing] Magazinierung {f}
storing in a cellar Einkellerung {f}
storing placeAufbewahrungsort {m}
storiology Studium {n} der Volksliteratur
stork Storch {m}
stork Adebar {m} [bes. nordd.]
stork [esp. as the supposed bringer of newborn babies]Klapperstorch {m} [ugs., bes. Kindersprache] [bes. als Vogel, der Neugeborene angeblich zu den Eltern bringt]
stork [scavenger's daughter] [iron shackle torture instrument] Storch {m} [mittelalterliche Fessel]
stork bite [birthmark] [Naevus Unna, Naevus occipitalis] Storchenbiss {m}
stork bite [Naevus Unna (-Politzer), Naevus occipitalis] [birthmark]Bossard-Fleck {m}
stork mark [Naevus flammeus nuchae] [stork bite on the back of the neck in newborns] Storchenbiss {m}
stork pigeon [family Columbidae] Storchtaube {f}
Stork reactionStork-Reaktion {f}
storkbill [Erodium ciconium] Großer Reiherschnabel {m}
storkbill [Erodium ciconium]Groß-Reiherschnabel {m}
storkbill geranium [Erodium x variabile, syn.: E. corsicum x E. reichardii] Balearen-Reiherschnabel {m}
stork-billed kingfisher [Pelargopsis capensis, syn.: Halcyon capensis]Gurial {m}
stork-billed kingfisher [Pelargopsis capensis] Storchschnabelliest {m}
storklet Storchenjunges {n}
storks [family Ciconiidae] Störche {pl}
stork's bill [Geranium maculatum] [spotted geranium]Gefleckter Storchschnabel {m}
stork's needle [Scandix pecten-veneris] Echter Venuskamm {m}
stork's nest Storchennest {n}
storksbill Storchschnabel {m}
storksbill / stork's-bill / stork's bill [Erodium cicutarium, syn.: Geranium cicutarium] Gewöhnlicher Reiherschnabel {m}
storksbill / stork's-bill / stork's bill [Erodium cicutarium, syn.: Geranium cicutarium]Schierlings-Reiherschnabel {m}
storksbill / stork's-bill / stork's bill [Erodium cicutarium, syn.: Geranium cicutarium]Gemeiner Reiherschnabel {m}
storksbills [Am.] [genus Pelargonium] Pelargonien {pl}
stormAndrang {m}
stormAnsturm {m}
storm Unwetter {n}
stormWetter {n} [veraltet, poet., geh., regional: Unwetter]
storm [10 Bft]schwerer Sturm {m} [10 Bft]
storm [also fig.] Sturm {m} [auch fig.]
storm [assault] Stürmung {f}
storm [outcry]Aufruhr {m}
storm [thunderstorm] Gewitter {n}
storm activity [thunderstorms] Gewittertätigkeit {f}
storm advisory Sturmwarnung {f}
storm alert Unwetteralarm {m}
storm and stress Sturm und Drang
storm and tempest insuranceElementarschadenversicherung {f}
storm at sea Seesturm {m}
storm bellSturmglocke {f}
storm boat Sturmboot {n}
Storm broke loose. Sturm brach los.
storm cellGewitterzelle {f}
storm cellar Sturmkeller {m}
storm center [Am.]Sturmzentrum {n}
storm centre [Br.] Sturmzentrum {n}
storm chaser [fig.] Sturmjäger {m} [fig.]
storm clip [for roof tiles]Sturmklammer {f} [bei Dachdeckung]
storm cloud Sturmwolke {f}
storm cloud [lit. and fig.] Gewitterwolke {f}
storm clouds Sturmwolken {pl}
storm cone Sturmkegel {m}
storm cone Sturmwarnungszeichen {n} [Kegel]
storm crow [Coccyzus americanus] [Am.] [coll.]Gelbschnabelkuckuck {m}
storm damage Sturmschaden {m}
storm damage {sg} Sturmschäden {pl}
storm damage {sg} Unwetterschäden {pl}
storm damage risk Sturmschadensrisiko {n}
storm damages [uncommon plural] Sturmschäden {pl}
storm deity Sturmgott {m}
storm door [esp. Am.] [as a protection against weather] Sturmtür {f} [Tür vor einer Eingangstür als Wetterschutz]
storm drain Gully {m}
storm drain Straßenablauf {m}
storm drain [Br.] Regenkanal {m}
storm drain hatch Kanaldeckel {m}
storm drain inlet [gully]Sinkkasten {m} [Straßenabfluss]
storm events Sturmereignisse {pl}
storm force Windstärke {f}
storm forecastUnwettervorhersage {f}
storm frontGewitterfront {f}
storm frontSturmtief {n}
storm glass Sturmglas {n}
storm god Wettergott {m}
storm godSturmgott {m}
storm gust Sturmbö {f}
Storm Island / Eye of the Needle [Ken Follett] Die Nadel
storm jib Sturmfock {f} [kleines Vorsegel]
storm jib Sturmklüver {m}
storm lanternSturmlaterne {f}
storm lantern Sturmlampe {f}
storm lighter Sturmfeuerzeug {n}
storm matchSturmstreichholz {n}
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