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sloe [Prunus spinosa]Heckendorn {m}
sloe brandy Schlehengeist {m}
sloe bug [Dolycoris baccarum]Beerenwanze {f}
sloe carpet [Aleucis distinctata, syn.: Lomographa distinctata] [moth] Schlehenheckenspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
sloe carpet [Aleucis distinctata, syn.: Lomographa distinctata] [moth] Schlehenhecken-Grauspanner {m}
sloe emperor moth [Saturnia spini, syn.: Eudia spini] Schwarzdornspinner {m}
sloe emperor moth [Saturnia spini] Mittleres Nachtpfauenauge {n}
sloe ginSchlehenschnaps {m}
sloe hairstreak [Satyrium acaciae, syn.: Nordmannia acaciae] [butterfly] Schlehenkrüppelhalden-Schlehen-Zipfelfalter {m} [selten]
sloe hairstreak [Satyrium acaciae] (Kleiner) Schlehen-Zipfelfalter {m}
sloe hairstreak [Satyrium acaciae] [butterfly]Steppenhügel-Schlehen-Zipfelfalter {m} [selten]
sloe hairstreak [Satyrium acaciae] [butterfly]Akazien-Zipfelfalter {m} [Tagfalterspezies]
sloe hairstreak [Satyrium acaciae] [butterfly] Krüppelschlehen-Zipfelfalter {m}
sloe liqueur Schlehenlikör {m}
sloe pug [Pasiphila chloerata, syn.: Chloroclystis chloerata] [moth]Schlehen-Blütenspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
sloe shield bug [Dolycoris baccarum] Beerenwanze {f}
sloe-eyeddunkeläugig
sloes Schlehen {pl}
slog Schinderei {f}
slog Maloche {f} [ugs.]
slog [coll.]Plackerei {f} [ugs.]
slog [long exhausting march or hike]Gewaltmarsch {m} [hier meist fig.]
slog [toil]Tschoch {m} [österr.] [ugs.] [Mühe]
sloganpolitische Parole {f}
slogan Schlagwort {n}
sloganWerbespruch {m}
slogan Losung {f} [Wahlspruch, Leitsatz, Parole]
sloganSchlachtruf {m} [fig.]
slogan Slogan {m}
slogan Spruch {m}
slogan Motto {n}
sloganWerbeslogan {m}
slogan Parole {f} [Schlagwort]
sloganPanier {n}
slogan [motto] Wahlspruch {m}
slogan of the protesters Protestslogan {m}
sloganeer Slogan-Erfinder {m}
sloganeering Erfinden {n} von Slogans
slogansSchlagwörter {pl}
slogansSchlagworte {pl}
slogger [coll.] Arbeitstier {n}
sloggersArbeitstiere {pl}
Sloggett's ice rat [Myotomys sloggetti] Sloggett-Lamellenzahnratte {f}
Sloggett's vlei rat [Myotomys sloggetti] Sloggett-Lamellenzahnratte {f}
sloggingverprügelnd
slogging open-end spanner [Br.]Schlag-Maulschlüssel {m}
sloke [Porphyra umbilicalis, syn.: P. insolita, Ulva umbilicalis, Wildemania laciniata] [laver (seaweed)]Nabel-Hauttang / Nabelhauttang {m}
sloop Schaluppe {f}
sloop Slup {f}
sloopSloop {f}
sloopinessSchluderigkeit {f} [ugs.]
sloopsSchaluppen {pl}
slop Schmutzwasser {n}
slopKittel {m}
sloplose Jacke {f}
slop [also: slops] [unappetizing semi-liquid food] Schlabber {m} [ugs.] [regional] [unästhetisches, schlabbriges Essen]
slop [esp. Am. and Can.] [coll.] [pej.] [sickeningly sentimental stuff] Schmalz {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [etwas übertrieben Gefühlvolles]
slop [liquid food] Geschlabber {n} [ugs.] [flüssiges Essen]
slop [rare] [slops] [wet feed, esp. for pigs]Drank {m} [regional] [Küchenabfälle, Schweinefutter]
slop [slops] Fraß {m} [pej.] [schlabbriges Essen]
slop [slops] Schweinefraß {m} [auch fig.]
slop [wet waste] Nassmüll {m} [Essensabfall]
slop basin[Schale für Teegrund oder Kaffegrund]
slop chute [sl.] [USMC] Mannschafts- und Unteroffiziersheim {n}
slop oil Ölabfall {m}
slop pail Toiletteneimer {m}
slopeAbhang {m}
slopeHang {m}
slopeNeigung {f} [Gefälle]
slope Steigung {f}
slope Gefälle {n}
slope Böschung {f}
slope schräger Stollen {m}
slopeLehne {f} [südd.] [österr.] [schweiz.]
slope Anstieg {m}
slopeAbfall {m} [Abnahme, Fall]
slope Steilheit {f}
slopegeneigte Fläche {f}
slope Hanglage {f}
slope Flanke {f} [Signal, Impuls]
slope Triggerflanke {f}
slopeAbschüssigkeit {f}
slopeLeiten {f} [regional] [Hang, Abhang]
slope [of roof] Schräge {f} [schräge Fläche]
slope [ski slope]Skipiste {f}
slope [sl.] [offensive for: Asian person]Schlitzauge {n} [pej.] [bes. für Chinesen]
slope alert [tilt indicator, inclinometer]Neigungsmesser {m}
slope area Hangbereich {m}
Slope arms! [esp. Br.] Schultert das Gewehr!
slope arrow Schrägpfeil {m}
slope creepHangkriechen {n}
slope dragonets [family Draconettidae]Drachenleierfische {pl}
slope dynamics [treated as sg.]Hangdynamik {f}
slope edge Haldenkante {f}
slope estimationSteigungsschätzung {f}
slope failure Böschungsbruch {m}
slope failure Hangversagen {n}
slope fence Hangrost {m} [Schutzverbauung an Berghang, Böschung]
slope field Richtungsfeld {n}
slope foot Hangfuß {m}
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