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EnglishGerman
serape Sarape {m}
serape [long blanket-like cloak, worn in Mexico, especially by men]Umhang {m} [traditioneller Bestandteil der männlichen mexikanischen Tracht]
Serapeum [temple of Serapis] Serapeum {n}
seraphSeraph {m}
seraph Engel {m} [erster Ordnung]
seraphic engelhaft
seraphic seraphisch
seraphicengelsgleich
seraphicserafisch
seraphic [angelic] engelgleich
seraphic orders [Franciscan Order, Poor Clares]seraphische Orden {pl} [Franziskaner, Klarissen]
seraphically engelhaft
seraphim {pl} Seraphim {pl}
seraphim {pl}Serafim {pl} [ökumenisch für Seraphim]
Seraphim Falls [David Von Ancken] Seraphim Falls
seraphs Seraphe {pl}
Serapionticserapiontisch [bes. E. T. A. Hoffmann]
SerbSerbe {m}
Serbserbisch
Serb [female]Serbin {f}
Serbia <.rs>Serbien {n}
Serbia and MontenegroSerbien und Montenegro
Serbian serbisch
SerbianSerbe {m}
Serbian [female]Serbin {f}
Serbian [language] Serbisch {n}
Serbian bellflower [Campanula poscharskyana]Poscharsky-Glockenblume {f}
Serbian bellflower [Campanula poscharskyana]Hängepolster-Glockenblume {f}
Serbian bellflower [Campanula poscharskyana] Polster-Glockenblume {f} [auch: Polsterglockenblume]
Serbian cuisine serbische Küche {f}
Serbian dinar <RSD, РСД, Din.>Serbischer Dinar {m} <RSD, РСД, Din.>
Serbian liverwort [Porella arboris-vitae]Scharfes Kahlfruchtmoos {n}
Serbian Orthodox Church Serbisch-Orthodoxe Kirche {f}
Serbian people {pl} Serbenvolk {n}
Serbian phoenix flower [Ramonda serbica]Serbischer Felsenteller {m}
Serbian Revolution [1804-1835]Serbische Revolution {f}
Serbian spruce [Picea omorika]Serbische Fichte {f}
Serbian spruce [Picea omorika]Omorika-Fichte {f}
Serbian (three-finger) saluteserbischer Gruß {m}
Serbian Volunteer Corps <SDK> [WW II] Serbisches Freiwilligenkorps {n} <SDK>
Serbian yarrow [Achillea serbica] Serbische Silbergarbe {f} [auch: Serbische Silber-Garbe]
(Serbian) three-finger salute Drei-Finger-Gruß {m} [serbischer Gruß]
Serbian-born in Serbien geboren
Serbians Serben {pl}
Serbian-speaking serbischsprachig
Serbo-Byzantineserbisch-byzantinisch
Serbo-Croatserbo-kroatisch [veraltet] [selten]
Serbo-Croatserbokroatisch
Serbo-Croat [collective term for Serbians and Croatians, nowadays regarded politically incorrect]Serbo-Kroate {m} [gemeinsame Bezeichnung für Serben und Kroaten, heute als politisch inkorrekt erachtet]
Serbo-Croatia Serbokroatien {n}
Serbo-Croatian Serbokroatisch {n}
Serbo-Croatianserbokroatisch <serbokroat.>
Serbo-Croats Serbo-Kroaten {pl}
Serbo-Croats [female] Serbo-Kroatinnen {pl}
Serbo-Hungarian border serbisch-ungarische Grenze {f}
Serbophobia antiserbische Stimmung {f}
SerbsSerben {pl}
Serbs [female]Serbinnen {pl}
serdab Serdab {m}
sere [literary]welk
sere [literary]vertrocknet
sere [literary] verdorrt
Serena [Sylvia Andrew]Intrigen um Miss Serena
serenadeSerenade {f}
serenade Ständchen {n}
serenade Abendständchen {n} [veraltet]
serenade Abendmusik {f}
Serenade [James M. Cain] Serenade in Mexiko
Serenade No. 13 Eine kleine Nachtmusik [Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]
serenaded ein Ständchen gebracht
serenadesSerenaden {pl}
serenadesStändchen {pl}
serenadingein Ständchen bringend
Serendib scops owl [Otus thilohoffmanni] Serendib-Zwergohreule {f}
serendibite [Ca2(Mg,Al)6(Si,Al,B)6O20]Serendibit {m}
serendipities Entdeckungen {pl}
serendipitousglücklich
serendipitouszufällig [z. B. Entdeckung]
serendipitously glücklicherweise
serendipityEntdeckung {f}
serendipityglücklicher Zufall {m}
serendipity Spürsinn {m} [fig.]
serendipity Serendipität {f}
serendipityglückliche Fügung {f}
serendipity [chance discovery]Zufallsfund {m}
serendipity [fig.] mehr Glück {n} als Verstand [ugs.]
Serendipity [Peter Chelsom] Weil es Dich gibt
serendipity [stroke of luck]Glücksfall {m}
serene heiter [ausgeglichen]
serene klar
serene ruhig
serene ruhig-heiter
serene gleichmütig
serene [sky] heiter [Himmel]
serene [as part of an address, e.g. His Serene Highness] durchlauchtig
serene [calm, peaceful] abgeklärt
serene [composed (character, manner)] gelassen [abgeklärt, unbeschwert, heiter]
serene airstille Luft {f}
serene landscape heitere Gegend {f}
serene mindgelassenes Gemüt {n}
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