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shackle Schäkel {m}
shackle Kette {f} [Fessel]
shackle Band {n}
shackle [of padlock]Bügel {m} [Vorhängeschloss, Bügelschloss]
shackle insulator Abspannisolator {m}
shackle lock Bügelschloss {n}
shackled gefesselt [mit Fußketten]
shackles Fußeisen {pl}
shackles Fußschellen {pl}
shackles Handschellen {pl}
shackles [also fig.]Bande {pl} [geh.] [veraltet] [Fesseln] [auch fig.]
shackles [also fig.] Fesseln {pl} [auch fig.]
Shackleton Coast Shackleton-Küste {f}
Shackleton GlacierShackleton-Gletscher {m}
Shackleton Ice Shelf Shackleton-Schelfeis {n}
Shackleton IcefallsShackleton-Eisfälle {pl}
shacklingfesselnd [nicht fig.]
shackling Fesselung {f}
shacksBuden {pl}
shacks Hütten {pl}
shack-shack [Albizia lebbeck, syn.: A. latifolia, Feuilleea lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck] [lebbek tree]Regenbaum {m} [Lebbekbaum]
shad [S.Afr.] [Pomatomus saltatrix, syn.: Temnodon saltator] Blaufisch {m}
shad [S.Afr.] [Pomatomus saltatrix, syn.: Temnodon saltator] Blaubarsch {m}
shad [Trachurus trachurus, syn.: Trachurus vulgaris, Caranx trachurus] [(Atlantic) horse mackerel]Bastardmakrele {f}
shad flies [order Ephemeroptera] Maifliegen {pl}
shad lamprey [Petromyzon marinus, syn.: P. adriaticus, P. concolor, P. lampetra, P. maximus, P. ruber, Lampetra marina]Große Lamprete {f}
shad-blossom [genus Amelanchier]Felsenbirne {f}
shadblow serviceberry [Amelanchier arborea] Schnee-Felsenbirne / Schneefelsenbirne {f}
shad-blows [also: shadblows] [genus Amelanchier] Felsenbirnen {pl}
shadbush [Amelanchier arborea] Schnee-Felsenbirne / Schneefelsenbirne {f}
shadbush [Amelanchier canadensis] Felsenbirne {f} [kanadische]
shadbushes [genus Amelanchier]Felsenbirnen {pl}
shaddock [Citrus maxima] Pampelmuse {f}
Shaddup! [Br.] [sl.] [Shut up!]Halt's Maul! [ugs.] [derb]
shadeSchatten {m}
shade Schattierung {f}
shadeAbstufung {f} [Nuance]
shade Graustufe {f}
shade Nuance {f}
shadeRollladen {m}
shade Ton {m} [Farbton]
shade Couleur {f}
shadeBlendschutz {m}
shade Abtönung {f} [Farbton]
shade Blende {f}
shade Idee {f} [ein wenig]
shade [a mixture of a color with black] Mischung {f} einer Farbe mit Schwarz
shade [archaic] [portrait in silhouette]Schattenriss {m} [Porträt]
shade [blind] Rouleau {n}
shade [ghost] Totengeist {m}
shade [lamp shade] Schirm {m} [Lampenschirm]
shade [of a colour] Farbton {m}
shade [of colour, music, meaning] Zwischenton {m}
shade [tint] Tönung {f} [Farbton]
shade avoidance Schattenflucht {f}
shade card Farbmusterkarte {f}
shade clothSchattiernetz {n}
shade cloth Schattiermatte {f}
shade escape reactionSchattenfluchtreaktion {f}
shade fescue [Festuca heterophylla, syn.: F. rubra var. heterophylla, F. varia] Borstenschwingel {m}
shade fescue [Festuca heterophylla, syn.: F. rubra var. heterophylla, F. varia]Verschiedenblättriger Schwingel {m}
shade guideFarbschlüssel {m}
shade guide Farbtafel {f}
shade horsetail [Equisetum pratense] Wiesen-Schachtelhalm / Wiesenschachtelhalm {m}
shade horsetail [Equisetum pratense] Hain-Schachtelhalm / Hainschachtelhalm {m}
shade lampSchirmlampe {f}
shade leaf Schattenblatt {n}
shade of a / the tree Baumschatten {m}
shade of blue Blauton {m}
shade of brown Braunton {m}
shade of evening [literary]Abendschatten {m}
shade of gold Goldton {m}
shade of gray [Am.] Grauschattierung {f}
shade of gray [Am.]Grauton {m}
shade of greenGrünton {m}
shade of grey [Br.] Grauschattierung {f}
shade of grey [Br.] Grauton {m}
shade of nudeNudeton {m}
shade of red Rotton {m}
shade of (the) trees Baumschatten {m} [mehrerer Bäume]
shade of yellow Gelbton {m}
shade plant Schattenpflanze {f}
shade plantSchwachlichtpflanze {f}
shade tolerance Schattentoleranz {f}
shade warbler [Cettia parens]San-Cristobal-Buschsänger {m}
shaded dunkel
shaded getönt
shaded schraffiert
shaded schattig
shaded [colours] abgestuft [Farben]
shaded [in colour]unterlegt [farbig]
shaded [very slightly colored] überlaufen [mit einem Hauch Farbe]
shaded annulet [Gnophos furvata] [moth]Großer Steinspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
shaded annulet [Gnophos furvata] [moth] Aschgrauer Steinspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
shaded area Schattenraum {m}
shaded broad-bar [Scotopteryx chenopodiata] [moth] Braunbinden-Wellenstriemenspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
shaded broad-bar [Scotopteryx chenopodiata] [moth] Braunbindiger Wellenlinienspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
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