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stoneside [Heterotis niloticus] [African bonytongue] Westafrikanischer Knochenzüngler {m}
stone-still wie versteinert
stone-still regungslos
stone-throwingSteinewerfen {n}
stone-throwing demonstrator Steinewerfer {m} [Demonstrant]
stone-throwing demonstrators Steinewerfer {pl} [Demonstranten]
stonewall Steinmauer {f}
Stonewall [Roland Emmerich] Stonewall
stonewall penalty glasklarer Elfmeter {m}
Stonewall riotsStonewall-Unruhen {pl}
stone-walled mit einer Steinmauer umgeben
stonewaller [esp. Br.] Obstruktionspolitiker {m}
stone-walling {sg}Ausflüchte {pl}
stonewalling [also fig.] Mauern {n} [auch fig.] [ugs.]
stonewalling [coll.]Blockadepolitik {f}
stoneware Irdenware {f}
stoneware Steingut {n}
stoneware Steinzeug {n}
stoneware bottle Steinzeugflasche {f}
stoneware factorySteingutfabrik {f}
stoneware glaze Steinzeugglasur {f}
stoneware jug Tonkrug {m}
stoneware jug Steingutkrug {m}
stoneware pitcher Tonkrug {m}
stoneware potSteintopf {m}
Stone-Weierstrass theorem [also: theorem of Stone and Weierstrass, theorem of Stone-Weierstrass]Satz {m} von Stone-Weierstraß
stonework Mauerwerk {n}
stoneworts [genus Chara] [algae] Armleuchteralgen {pl}
stong walapa [Hoplerythrinus unitaeniatus] Gestreifter Raubsalmler {m}
stonilymit steinerner Miene [fig.]
stonily starr
stonily steinig
stonily felsig
stoninessHärte {f}
stoniness steinige Beschaffenheit {f}
stoninessSteinigkeit {f}
stoning steinigend
stoningSteinigen {n}
stoning sentence Steinigungsstrafe {f}
stoning sentenceSteinigung {f}
stonings Steinigungen {pl}
stonk [coll.] [bombardment by artillery] Artilleriebombardement {n}
stonker [sl.] [Br.] [erect penis] Steifer {m} [vulg.] [erigierter Penis]
stonkered [drunk] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] sturzbetrunken [ugs.]
stonkered [useless] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]sinnlos [zwecklos]
stonking [Br.] [coll.] irre gut [ugs.] [veraltend]
stony gefühllos
stony wie versteinert
stony steinern
stony steinartig
stony [coll.] [Br.] völlig pleite
stony [full of stones] voller Steine [nachgestellt]
stony [glance etc.] hart [Blick etc.]
stony beachSteinstrand {m}
stony broke [Br.] [coll.]völlig pleite [ugs.]
stony corals [Scleractinia]Steinkorallen {pl}
stony desertSteinwüste {f}
stony groundsteiniger Boden {m}
stony sea urchin [Paracentrotus lividus, syn.: Echinus lithophagus, E. lividus, E. purpureus, E. vulgaris, Microcordyla asteriae, Strongylocentrotus lividus, Toxocidaris livida]Steinseeigel {m}
stony shore Steinküste {f}
stony silence eisiges Schweigen {n}
stony soil Steinboden {m}
stony soil steiniger Boden {m} [Erde]
stony sponge [Petrosia ficiformis, syn.: P. (Petrosia) ficiformis, P. dura, Reniera compacta, Schmidtia dura, S. ficiformis] Steinschwamm {m}
stony-faced mit sehr ernster Miene [nachgestellt]
stony-facedmit versteinertem Gesicht [nachgestellt]
stood about herumgestanden
stood at attention strammgestanden
stood backzurückgestanden
stood by [supported] beigesprungen
stood firm festgestanden
stood firm standgehalten
stood open offengestanden
stood stillstehengeblieben
stood stillstillgestanden
stood theredagestanden
stood together zusammengestanden
stood-up [attr.] [coll.] [e.g. girlfriend] versetzt [z. B. Freundin] [ugs.]
Stoogatz! [Italian-American sl.] [also: stoo gatz, stugatz, stugots, stugotz, etc.] [Forget it!]Scheiß drauf! [vulg.]
stoogeHandlanger {m}
stoogeStichwortgeber {m}
stooge [acting as a front man]Strohmann {m}
stooges Strohmänner {pl}
stooges Handlanger {pl}
stook Kornmandl {n} [österr.]
stook [Br.]Hocke {f} [nordd.]
stook [esp. Br.] Puppe {f} [Flachsgarbe, Getreidegarbe] [regional]
stoolHocker {m}
stool Schemel {m}
stool Arbeitssessel {m}
stool Bank {f} [Innenfensterbank]
stool Wurzelstock {m}
stoolSchössling {m}
stool Stuhlgang {m}
stoolBaumstumpf {m} [mit Wurzelschösslingen]
stool Stockerl {n} [österr.] [bayer.] [Hocker]
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