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EnglishGerman
serum factor Serumfaktor {m}
serum ferritin <SF> Serum-Ferritin {n} <SF>
serum fluid Serumflüssigkeit {f}
serum follicle-stimulating hormone levels <serum FSH levels> Serum-FSH-Werte {pl}
serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase <SGOT> Serum-Glutamat-Oxalacetat-Transaminase {f} <SGOT>
serum groups Serumgruppen {pl}
serum iron level <SIL> Serumeisenspiegel {m} <SES>
serum lability reactionsSerumlabilitätsreaktionen {pl}
serum lability test Serumlabilitätsprobe {f}
serum level Serumspiegel {m}
serum lipoprotein Serumlipoprotein {n}
serum neutralization testSerumneutralisationstest {m} <SNT>
serum phosphorusPhosphorspiegel {m}
serum precursor Serumvorläufer {m}
serum prophylaxisSerumprophylaxe {f}
serum proteinSerumeiweiß {n}
serum proteinSerumprotein {n}
serum protein electrophoresis <SPEP>Serumelektrophorese {f}
serum protein solutionSerumproteinlösung {f}
serum response factor <SRF> Serum-Response-Faktor {m} <SRF>
serum sample Serumprobe {f}
serum sickness Serumkrankheit {f}
serum therapySerumtherapie {f}
serum total cholesterol levelSerum-Gesamtcholesterinspiegel {m}
serum ureaSerumharnstoff {m}
serum uric acid <SUA> Serumharnsäure {f}
(serum) anion gap <SAG> Anionenlücke {f} im Serum
serumal calculusSerumzahnstein {m}
serumal calculus Subgingivalzahnstein {m}
serum-free serumfrei
serums Impfstoffe {pl}
serumsSera {pl}
serums {pl} Seren {pl}
serval [Leptailurus serval]Serval {m}
serval (cat) [Leptailurus serval ssp., syn.: Felis serval ssp.] Servalkatze {f} [Unterart des Servals]
servaline genet [Genetta servalina] Serval-Ginsterkatze {f}
servaline genet [Genetta servalina] Waldginsterkatze {f}
servant Diener {m}
servantAngestellter {m} [Haushalt etc.]
servantBediensteter {m}
servantBedienung {f} [Diener, Dienerin]
servant Domestike {m} [veraltet]
servantDienstbote {m}
servant Kerl {m} [veraltet] [Diener]
servant Bedienter {m} [veraltet]
servant Ehehalte {m} [bayer.] [österr. veraltet] [Dienstbote]
servant Brödling {m} [veraltet] [regional] [Dienstbote]
servant [also fig.] Knecht {m} [auch fig.]
servant [also fig.] Schammes {m} [österr.] [aus dem Jidd.] [auch fig.]
servant [esp. farm labourer] Dienstknecht {m} [veraltet]
servant [female]Dienerin {f}
servant [female] Dienstmagd {f} [veraltet]
servant [female]Dienstbotin {f}
servant [maid] Dienstmädchen {n} [veraltend]
servant girlDienstmädchen {n} [veraltend]
servant mouse [Mus (Mus) famulus]Südindische Maus {f}
servant of God Gottesknecht {m}
servant of God Knecht {m} Gottes
servant of the Lord Gottesknecht {m}
Servant Rupert [the companion of Saint Nicholas; German folklore]Knecht {m} Rupprecht
Servant Song [Isaiah] Gottesknechtslied {n}
servant way of life dienendes Dasein {n}
servanthoodDienerschaft {f} [Dienertum]
servanthood [the condition of being a servant]Dienstbotendasein {n}
servantryDienerschaft {f}
servantsDiener {pl}
servantsDienstboten {pl}
servants Dienstleute {pl}
servants {pl} [collectively]Gesinde {n} [veraltet]
servants {pl} [collectively] Dienerschaft {f}
servants {pl} [of a household]Personal {n} [Dienerschaft]
servants' entranceDienstboteneingang {m}
servants in husbandry {pl}Gesinde {n} [veraltet]
servants of the prince Fürstendiener {pl} [oft pej.]
servants' quarter [wing of a building] Gesindeflügel {m}
servants' quarters {pl} Gesindehaus {n}
servant's quarters {pl} Dienstbotenquartier {n}
servants' quarters {pl} Dienstbotenzimmer {n} [veraltend]
servants' quarters {pl}Dienstbotenunterkunft {f} [selten]
servant's quarters {pl} [on one floor]Dienstbotenetage {f}
servants quarters [of a mansion]Gesindetrakt {m}
servants' room Gesindestube {f}
servantship Dienerschaft {f} [Dienertum]
serveAufschlag {m} [Tennis]
serve Angabe {f}
serve [Aus.]Portion {f}
serve / return play Aufschlag- / Rückschlagspiel {n}
serve and volley (style of play) [tennis]Serve-and-Volley-Spiel {n} [Tennis]
served abgedient
servedbedient
served serviert
served gedient
served a sentence verbüßt
served in certain taverns [postpos.] in besonderen Wirtschaften ausgeschenkt
[served as silver dollar hash browns or silver dollar potato pancakes] Hartäpfelkiechle {pl} [Râpés] [Elsass/Lothringen]
serve-over [Br.] [refrigerated]Kühltheke {f}
server Servierlöffel {m}
server Ministrant {m}
serverServer {m}
serverMessdiener {m}
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