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EnglishGerman
shrivelled face runzeliges Gesicht {n}
shrivelling schrumpelnd
shrivelling schrumpfend
shriven gebeichtet
shriving [archaic] beichtend
shrooms [Am.] [coll.] [mushrooms] Speisepilze {pl}
shrooms [sl.] [magic mushrooms] Rauschpilze {pl}
shroudHülle {f}
shroudSchleier {m}
shroudAbgasglocke {f}
shroud Want {f} {n}
shroudLaken {n}
shroud Ummantelung {f}
shroud Zarge {f} [z. B. bei Lüftungs-/Absaugtechnik]
shroudGrabtuch {n}
shroud Wante {f}
shroud [burial shroud]Leichentuch {n}
shroud [burial shroud]Leichenhemd {n}
shroud [burial shroud] Totenhemd {n}
shroud [cloth to wrap a body for burial] Sterbehemd {n}
Shroud [John Banville] Caliban
shroud of mysterygeheimnisvoller Schleier {m}
shroud of snow Schneedecke {f}
Shroud of Turin Turiner Grabtuch {n}
shroud tensioner Wantenspanner {m}
shrouded verschleiert
shrouded eingehüllt
shrouded eingenebelt
shrouded umhüllt
shrouded abgeschirmt
shrouded ummantelt
shrouded [by fog]umnebelt
shrouded [literary] umwoben [geh.]
shrouded in cloud / clouds [postpos.] wolkenverhangen
shrouded in darkness [postpos.] in Dunkel gehüllt
shrouded in legend [postpos.]sagenumwoben [geh.]
shrouded in legend [postpos.]sagenumwittert [geh.]
shrouded in mist [postpos.] von Nebel bedeckt
shrouded in mystery [postpos.]geheimnisumwittert [geh.]
shrouded in mystery [postpos.]geheimnisumwoben [geh.]
shrouded in myth [postpos.] [literary] mythenumwoben [literarisch]
shrouded in myth [postpos.] [literary]mythenumrankt [literarisch]
shrouded plug Kragenstecker {m}
shrouded propellerMantelpropeller {m}
shrouded termination [IEC 60050] abgedeckter Endenabschluss {m} [IEC 60050]
shrouding verschleiernd
shrouding Abdeckung {f}
shrouding cover Abdeckhaube {f}
shrouds Leichentücher {pl}
shroudsWanten {pl}
Shrove Monday Rosenmontag {m}
Shrove Monday Güdelsmontag {m} [schweiz.] [auch: Güdelmontag] [Rosenmontag]
Shrove Monday Güdelmontag {m} [schweiz.] [Rosenmontag]
Shrove Monday procession Rosenmontagszug {m}
Shrove Monday processionRosenmontagsumzug {m}
shrove money [archaic] Ablassgeld {n}
Shrove tideFastnachtszeit {f}
Shrove Tuesday Fastnacht {f}
Shrove Tuesday Fastnachtsdienstag {m}
Shrove Tuesday Faschingsdienstag {m} [bes. bayer., österr.] [Fastnachtsdienstag]
shrovetide Fastnacht {f}
shrovetide Fastnachtszeit {f}
Shrovetide Faschingszeit {f} [eig. nur die drei Tage vor Aschermittwoch]
Shrovetide playFastnachtsspiel {n}
shrub Busch {m}
shrub Staude {f} [bes. südd.]
shrub Strauch {m}
shrub Buschland {n}
shrub [archaic] Zitronenlikör {m}
shrub aloe [Aloe arborescens, syn.: A. arborea, A. frutescens, A. fruticosa, A. mutabilis, A. natalensis, A. perfoliata var. eta, A. principis] [tree aloe]Baum-Aloe / Baumaloe {f}
shrub aloe [Aloe arborescens, syn.: A. arborea, A. frutescens, A. fruticosa, A. mutabilis, A. natalensis, A. perfoliata var. eta, A. principis] [tree aloe]Brandaloe / Brand-Aloe {f}
shrub aloe [Aloe arborescens, syn.: A. arborea, A. frutescens, A. fruticosa, A. mutabilis, A. natalensis, A. perfoliata var. eta, A. principis] [tree aloe]Baumartige Aloe {m} [Baum-Aloe]
shrub althea [Hibiscus syriacus] Festblume {f}
shrub althea [Hibiscus syriacus]Scharonrose {f} [selten] [Straucheibisch]
shrub althea [Hibiscus syriacus] Garteneibisch {m}
shrub althea [Hibiscus syriacus] Syrischer Eibisch {m}
shrub althea [Hibiscus syriacus] Straucheibisch {m}
shrub birch [Betula glandulosa] Grönländische Strauch-Birke {f}
shrub birch [Betula glandulosa]Drüsige Birke {f}
shrub cuttings {pl}Strauchschnitt {m} [Abfall]
shrub encroachmentVerbuschung {f}
shrub frogs [family Rhacophoridae] Ruderfrösche {pl}
shrub layer Strauchschicht {f}
shrub live oak [Quercus turbinella, syn.: Quercus dumosa subsp. / var. turbinella, Quercus subturbinella]Sonora-Lebenseiche {f}
shrub medick [Medicago arborea] Baum-Schneckenklee {m}
shrub medick [Medicago arborea]Strauch-Schneckenklee {m}
shrub pruningStrauchschnitt {m} [Beschneiden von Sträuchern]
shrub rose Rosenstock {m}
shrub roses Strauchrosen {pl}
shrub stratumStrauchschicht {f}
shrub tundraStrauchtundra {f}
shrubberies Gebüsche {pl}
shrubberiesStrauchwerk {n}
shrubbery Gebüsch {n}
shrubbery Strauchwerk {n}
shrubbery Gesträuch {n}
shrubbery {sg} Sträucher {pl}
shrubbery [of a garden] Gebüschbereich {m} [eines Gartens]
shrubbybuschig
shrubbybuschartig
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