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slotted screwSchlitzschraube {f}
slotted screwdriverSchlitzschraubenzieher {m} [ugs. für: Schlitzschraubendreher]
slotted set screw with cup point Gewindestift {m} mit Schlitz und Ringschneide [DIN 438]
slotted shutterSchlitzverschluss {m} [Kamera]
slotted spatula Pfannenwender {m}
slotted spoon Schaumlöffel {m}
slotted spoon Sieblöffel {m}
slotted spring pin Spannhülse {f}
slotted wallSchlitzwand {f}
slotted waveguide antennaHohlleiter-Schlitzantenne {f}
slotted-head screwSchlitzschraube {f}
slotting cutter Nutenfräser {m}
slouch lässige Haltung {f}
slouch schlottriger Gang {m}
slouch [coll.] [incompetent person] Niete {f} [ugs.] [unfähiger Mensch, Versager]
slouch [inept person] [sl.]Versager {m}
slouch hatSchlapphut {m}
slouch hat lässiger Hut {m}
slouch hats Schlapphüte {pl}
slouch socks Schoppersocken {pl}
slouched hat Schlapphut {m}
slouchier latschiger
slouchily latschig
slouchiness Schlampigkeit {f}
slouching krumm dasitzend
slouching die Schultern hängenlassend
slouchy latschig
slouchy mit hängenden Schultern
sloughTümpel {m}
slough abgestreifte Haut {f} [Schlange]
slough Schlammtümpel {m}
slough Schlammloch {n}
sloughSchorf {m}
sloughKruste {f} [von abgestorbenem Gewebe, nekrotischem Gewebe]
slough Suhle {f}
sloughDreckloch {n} [ugs.]
Slough Slough {n}
slough [of a snake]Natternhemd {n}
Slough of Despond [archaic, literary] Pfuhl {m} der Verzweiflung [poet.]
slough of hell Höllenpfuhl {m} [geh.]
slough sedge [Carex atherodes, syn.: C. aristata, C. trichocarpa](Große) Grannensegge / Grannen-Segge {f}
sloughageAbrieb {m}
sloughgrass / slough grass [Spartina pectinata] Kamm-Schlickgras {n}
sloughgrass / slough grass [Spartina pectinata] Prärie-Schlickgras {n}
sloughing Verschorfung {f}
sloughy sumpfig
Slovak slowakisch
Slovak Slowake {m}
Slovak Slowakisch {n}
Slovak [female]Slowakin {f}
Slovak cuisineslowakische Küche {f}
Slovak National UprisingSlowakischer Nationalaufstand {m}
Slovak pasqueflower / pasque flower [Pulsatilla halleri subsp. slavica, syn.: Pulsatilla slavica, Anemone slavica]Slawische Küchenschelle {f}
Slovak pasqueflower / pasque flower [Pulsatilla slavica, syn.: P. halleri subsp. slavica, Anemone slavica]Slawische Kuhschelle {f}
Slovak Republic <.sk> Slowakische Republik {f}
Slovak studies {pl}Slowakistik {f}
Slovakia <.sk>Slowakei {f}
SlovakianSlowake {m}
Slovakian Slowakisch {n}
Slovakian [female] Slowakin {f}
Slovakian dictionarySlowakischwörterbuch {n}
Slovakian koruna <SKK, Sk> [replaced by the euro on 1 January 2009] Slowakische Krone {f} <SKK, Sk> [ehemalige Währungseinheit der Slowakei]
Slovakian-bornin der Slowakei geboren
SlovaksSlowaken {pl}
Slovaks [female] Slowakinnen {pl}
sloven Schlampe {f} [ugs.]
sloven [dated] [man who is habitually messy, esp. in work] Schlamper {m} [ugs.]
Slovene slowenisch <slow.>
SloveneSlowene {m}
SloveneSlowenisch {n}
Slovene Slowenier {m}
Slovene [female]Slowenin {f}
Slovene [female] Slowenierin {f}
Slovene alphabet slowenisches Alphabet {n}
Slovene minority in / of Carinthia [Austria]Kärntner Slowenen {pl}
Slovene studies Slowenistik {f}
SlovenesSlowenen {pl}
Slovenes Slowenier {pl}
Slovenes [female] Slowenierinnen {pl}
Slovenes [female] Sloweninnen {pl}
[Slovenes living near the Adriatic sea] Küstenslowenen {pl}
Slovene-speaking slowenischsprachig
Slovene-speaking minorityslowenischsprachige Minderheit {f}
Slovenia <.si>Slowenien {n}
Slovenian slowenisch <slow.>
SlovenianSlowenisch {n}
Slovenian Alps Slowenische Alpen {pl}
Slovenian cuisine slowenische Küche {f}
Slovenian Independence War [1991] Zehn-Tage-Krieg {m}
Slovenian mouse-ear [Cerastium subtriflorum]Slowenisches Hornkraut {n}
Slovenian Styria Untersteiermark {f}
[Slovenian dialect in Carinthia] Windisch {n} [österr.] [slowenischer Dialekt in Kärnten]
[Slovenian speaking people in Carinthia] Windische {pl} [österr.] [ugs.] [Kärntner Slowenen]
Slovenian-bornin Slowenien geboren
Slovenians in Carinthia [indigenous]Windische {pl} [veraltend] [Kärntner Slowenen]
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