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sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica, syn.: Cormus domestica, Pyrus domestica]Haus-Vogelbeere / Hausvogelbeere {f}
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica, syn.: Cormus domestica, Pyrus domestica]Sperbe {f} [Speierling]
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica, syn.: Cormus domestica, Pyrus domestica] Zahmer Sperberbaum {m} [Speierling]
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica, syn.: Cormus domestica, Pyrus domestica]Speerbirnbaum {m} [Speierling]
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica] Speierling {m}
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica]Spreigel {m}
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica] Spierapfel {m}
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica] Sporapfel {m}
sorb (tree) [Sorbus domestica]Sperberbaum {m}
Sorb villages Sorbendörfer {pl}
sorbent Sorbens {n}
sorbentSorptionsmittel {n}
sorbentSorbent {m}
sorbetSorbet {m} {n}
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Kornelkirsche {f}
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Herlitze {f} [Kornelkirsche]
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Dürlitze {f} [Kornelkirsche]
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Hirlnuss {f} [Kornelkirsche]
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Dirndl {n} [österr.] [Kornelkirsche]
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Dirndling {m} [österr.] [Kornelkirsche]
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Gelber Hartriegel {m} [österr.] [Kornelkirsche]
sorbet [Cornus mas] [cornelian cherry] Tierlibaum {m} [schweiz.] [Kornelkirsche]
sorbets Sorbets {pl}
Sorbia [Lusatia] Sorbenland {n} [ugs.]
Sorbiansorbisch
Sorbian Sorbisch {n}
Sorbian studies {pl} Sorabistik {f}
sorbic acid [E-200] Sorbinsäure {f}
sorbin Ebereschenzucker {m}
sorbitan monolaurate [E-493]Sorbitanmonolaurat {n}
sorbitan monooleate [E-494] Sorbitanmonooleat {n}
sorbitan monopalmitate [E-495] Sorbitanmonopalmitat {n}
sorbitan monostearate [E-491] Sorbitanmonostearat {n}
sorbitan tristearate [E-492] Sorbitantristearat {n}
sorbitol [E-420]Sorbitol {n}
sorbitol dehydrogenase <SDH> <SORD>Sorbitoldehydrogenase {f} <SDH>
sorbitol derivative Sorbitolderivat {n}
sorbitol derivatives Sorbitolderivate {pl}
sorbitol syrup [E-420 (ii)] Sorbitsirup {m}
sorb-leaved schizonotus [Sorbaria sorbifolia, syn.: Basilima sorbifolia, Spiraea sorbifolia, Schizonotus sorbifolius] Ebereschen-Fiederspiere / Ebereschenfiederspiere {f}
sorb-leaved schizonotus [Sorbaria sorbifolia, syn.: Basilima sorbifolia, Spiraea sorbifolia, Schizonotus sorbifolius] Ural-Fiederspiere {f}
sorb-leaved schizonotus [Sorbaria sorbifolia, syn.: Spiraea sorbifolia, Schizonotus sorbifolius]Sibirische Fiederspiere {f}
sorb-leaved schizonotus [Sorbaria sorbifolia, syn.: Spiraea sorbifolia, Schizonotus sorbifolius]Gewöhnliche Fiederspiere {f}
sorb-leaved schizonotus [Sorbaria sorbifolia, syn.: Spiraea sorbifolia, Schizonotus sorbifolius] Ebereschenblättrige Fiederspiere {f}
SorbonneSorbonne {f}
sorbose Sorbose {f}
Sorbs Sorben {pl}
sorbyite [Pb19(Sb,As)20S49]Sorbyit {m}
sorcerer Zauberer {m}
sorcerer Hexenmeister {m}
sorcerer Hexer {m}
sorcerer Zaubrer {m} [selten]
sorcererMagiker {m} [selten]
sorcerer [Aedia leucomelas, syn.: Anophia leucomelas] [moth] Süßkartoffel-Eulenfalter / Süßkartoffeleulenfalter {m}
sorcerer [Aedia leucomelas, syn.: Anophia leucomelas] [moth] Leucomelaseule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
sorcerer [female wizard] Zauberin {f}
sorcerersHexer {pl}
sorcerers Hexenmeister {pl}
sorcerersZauberer {pl}
sorcerer's apprentice Zauberlehrling {m}
sorcerer's garlic [Allium moly] Goldlauch {m} [auch: Gold-Lauch]
sorceressZauberin {f}
sorceress Hexe {f}
sorceressHexenmeisterin {f}
sorceress Zaubrerin {f} [selten]
sorceress Magikerin {f} [selten]
sorceressesZauberinnen {pl}
sorcerousmagisch
sorcery Zauberei {f}
sorcery Hexerei {f}
sorcery Hexenwerk {n}
sorcery Zauberwerk {n}
sordid schmutzig
sordidschäbig
sordid elend
sordidverkommen
sordid heruntergekommen [ugs.]
sordid moon snail [Conuber sordidum, also C. sordidus, syn.: Natica leucophaea, N. microstoma, N. plumbea, N. sordida, N. strangei, Polinices (Conuber) sordidus] Australische Mondschnecke {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
sordidly schmutzig
sordidlyschäbig
sordidnessElend {n}
sordidness [also fig.]Schmutz {m} [auch fig.]
sordunSordun {m} {n}
sore wunde Stelle {f}
soreWundstelle {f}
sore [Am.] [coll.] [angry]verärgert
sore [Am.] [coll.] [angry]sauer [ugs.]
sore [causing embarrassment or irritation] peinlich
sore [coll.] [offended] beleidigt
sore [coll.] [offended]gekränkt
sore [grievous]schlimm [schmerzhaft]
sore [hurting]wund
sore [hurting]schmerzend
sore [inflammatory]entzündet
sore [painful to the touch, tender]empfindlich
sore [painful] weh
sore [painful]schmerzhaft
sore [also fig.] Wunde {f}
sore [archaic] [very]sehr
sore [tender] empfindsam [weh]
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