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EnglishGerman
strumectomyStrumektomie {f}
strumectomyStrumaresektion {f}
Strumica barbel [Barbus strumicae] Struma-Barbe {f}
Strumica (River) Strumica {f} [Fluss]
strumitisStrumitis {f}
strumming klimpernd
strummingStrumming {n} [Gitarrentechnik]
strummingGeklimper {n} [Klavier]
strumming [e.g., on guitars] Schlagen {n} [z. B. auf Gitarren]
strumming pattern Schlagmuster {n}
strumming pattern Zupfmuster {n}
Strümpell-Lorrain disease [also: Strümpell-Lorrain's disease, Strumpell-Lorrain disease]Strümpell-Lorrain-Krankheit {f}
Strümpell-Lorrain syndrome [also: Strumpell-Lorrain syndrome] Strümpell-Lorrain-Syndrom {n}
Strümpell's reflex [Strümpell's sign] Strümpell-Reflex {m}
Strümpell's sign Strümpell-Zeichen {n}
Strümpell's signstrümpellsches Zeichen {n}
Strümpell's sign Strümpell'sches Zeichen {n}
strumpet Dirne {f}
strumpet Metze {f} [veraltet]
strumpet [archaic] Hure {f}
strumpet [archaic] [prostitute] Hübschlerin {f} [österr.] [veraltet] [Prostituierte]
strumpets Dirnen {pl}
strungbesaitet
strunggeschnürt
strungaufgereiht [z. B. Perlen auf einer Schnur]
strungaufgezogen [z. B. Perlen, Saiten]
strung out (from sth.) [coll.] erschöpft (von etw.)
strung out (from sth.) [coll.] ausgelaugt (von etw.) [ugs.]
strung-outlanggestreckt
strung-outlang gestreckt
strung-outlang hingezogen
strung-out [coll.]sehr nervös
strung-out [sl.]zugedröhnt [ugs.]
strunzite [MnFe2(PO4)2(OH)2·6H2O] Strunzit {m}
strut Strebebalken {m}
strutStütze {f}
strutDruckstrebe {f}
strutKopfband {n}
strut Abstrebung {f}
strut Strebe {f}
strut Sprieß {m}
strut [proud walk] Stolzieren {n}
strut bearingDomlager {n}
strut bearing Federbeinlager {n}
strut braceDomstrebe {f}
strut frame Strebewerk {n} [Sprengwerk]
strut frame bridge Rahmenbrücke {f} [mit schräggestellten Stützen]
strut mount bearing Federbeinlager {n}
strut towerFederbeinturm {m}
Struth! [Aus.] [coll.] Mich laust der Affe! [ugs.] [Redensart]
struthious straußenartig
struthious straußenähnlich
struttedstolziert
strutted [supported]verstrebt
strutter Prahlhans {m}
strutting Verstrebung {f}
strutting Absteifung {f} [z. B. als Schalung, Strebe]
strutting Abstrebung {f}
strutting [supporting] verstrebend
strutting [walking proudly] stolzierend [pej.]
strüverite [(Ti,Ta,Fe)3O6]Strüverit {m}
struvite [(NH4)MgPO4·6H2O] Struvit {m}
struvite-(K) [KMg(PO4)·6H2O] Struvit-(K) {m}
strychnine Strychnin {n}
strychnine tree [Strychnos nux-vomica, syn.: Strychnos colubrina, Strychnos lucida, Strychnos spireana, Strychnos vomica](Gewöhnliche) Brechnuss {f}
strychnine tree [Strychnos nux-vomica, syn.: Strychnos colubrina, Strychnos lucida, Strychnos spireana, Strychnos vomica]Krähenaugenbaum {m}
strychnine tree [Strychnos nux-vomica, syn.: Strychnos colubrina, Strychnos lucida, Strychnos spireana, Strychnos vomica]Strychninbaum {m}
strychnine tree [Strychnos nux-vomica, syn.: Strychnos colubrina, Strychnos lucida, Strychnos spireana, Strychnos vomica]Brechnussbaum {m}
strychnismStrychnismus {m}
Strymonian GulfStrymonischer Golf {m}
Strymonic Gulf Strymonischer Golf {m}
Strzelecki Desert Strzelecki-Wüste {f}
Strzelin Strehlen {n}
ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction <STEMI> ST-Hebungsinfarkt {m} <STEMI>
Stuart collar [also: Medici collar] Stuartkragen {m} [auch: Medicikragen]
Stuart monarchy Stuartmonarchie {f} [auch: Stuart-Monarchie]
Stuart number <N> Stuart-Zahl {f} <N>
Stuart-Prower factor [factor X] Stuart-Prower-Faktor {m} [Faktor X]
Stuarts [royal dynasty]Stuarts {pl}
Stuart's antechinus [Antechinus stuartii]Stuart-Breitfußbeutelmaus {f}
stub Abreißzettel {m}
stubStichleitung {f}
stub Stummel {m} [Bleistift-, Kerzen-, Zigaretten-]
stub Stumpf {m}
stubStub {m} [Stichleitung]
stub [Am.] Kontrollabschnitt {m}
stub [of a cheque book] Abschnitt {m}
stub [of a ticket etc.] Abriss {m} [von einer Eintrittskarte etc.]
stub [proxy] Platzhalter {m} [Kurzeintrag, der zu einem Artikel erweitert werden soll]
stub [tree stub] Baumstumpf {m}
stub [tree stub]Stubben {m} [nordd.] [Baumstumpf]
stub axleAchszapfen {m}
stub cable Abzweigkabel {n}
stub of a cigar Zigarrenstumpf {m}
stub of a pencil Bleistiftstumpf {m}
stub of a tree Baumstumpf {m} [Stumpf eines Baumes]
stub of the tree Baumstumpf {m} [Stumpf des Baumes]
stub shaft Wellenstumpf {m}
Stubai Alps Stubaier Alpen {pl}
Stubai ValleyStubaital {n}
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