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Saxon [female] Sächsin {f}
Saxon [Hyppa rectilinea, syn.: Lithomoia rectilinea] [moth]Heidelbeer-Stricheule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
Saxon [Hyppa rectilinea, syn.: Lithomoia rectilinea] [moth]Heidelbeerwald-Stricheule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
Saxon [Hyppa rectilinea, syn.: Lithomoia rectilinea] [moth] Heidelbeer-Krauteule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
Saxon [Hyppa rectilinea, syn.: Lithomoia rectilinea] [moth]Stricheule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
Saxon Fratricidal War Sächsischer Bruderkrieg {m}
Saxon genitive sächsischer Genitiv {m}
Saxon Mirror [but more commonly left untranslated: Sachsenspiegel] Sachsenspiegel {m}
Saxon post milestonekursächsische Postmeilensäule {f}
Saxon post milestonesächsische Postmeilensäule {f} [ugs.]
Saxon post milestone Postsäule {f} [ugs.] [kursächsische Postmeilensäule]
Saxon steed Sachsenross {n}
Saxon steed Niedersachsenross {n}
Saxon steed Welfenross {n}
Saxon steed Westfalenpferd {n}
Saxon Switzerland Sächsische Schweiz {f}
Saxon Switzerland National ParkNationalpark {m} Sächsische Schweiz
Saxon villagesächsisches Dorf {n}
Saxon Wars Sachsenkriege {pl}
saxonette Saxonett {n}
saxonetteSaxonette {f}
SaxoniaSachsen {n}
Saxonian King August the Strong Sachsenkönig {m} August der Starke
Saxons Sachsen {pl}
Saxons Sassen {pl} [nordd.] [Sachsen]
SaxonySachsen {n} <SN>
Saxony wool Elektoralwolle {f}
Saxony-Anhalt Sachsen-Anhalt {n} <ST>
Saxony-Anhalt [attr.] sachsen-anhaltinisch
Saxony-Anhalt [attr.]sachsen-anhaltisch
Saxony-EisenachSachsen-Eisenach {n}
saxophone Saxophon {n}
saxophone Saxofon {n}
saxophone Rotzkanne {f} [ugs.]
saxophonesSaxophone {pl}
saxophonist Saxophonist {m}
saxophonistSaxofonist {m}
saxophonist Saxofonspieler {m}
saxophonist [female]Saxophonistin {f}
saxophonist [female]Saxofonistin {f}
saxophonists Saxophonisten {pl}
SaxothuringianSaxothuringikum {n}
Saxo-Thuringian Zone Saxothuringische Zone {f}
saxtubaSaxtuba {f} {n}
Say ... ,Nehmen wir einmal an,
say Mitspracherecht {n}
say zum Beispiel <z. B.>
say ... sagen wir mal ...
Say, ...Sag mal, ...
say [coll.] etwa
Say again? Wie bitte?
Say cheese! Bitte lächeln!
Say hello to him for me. Grüß ihn von mir.
Say it ain't so! [coll.] Sag, dass das nicht wahr ist!
Say it plain! Sag es frei heraus!
Say it to the beat.Sagt es im Rhythmus.
Say it with flowers. Lasst Blumen sprechen.
Say it With Poison [Ann Granger]Mord ist aller Laster Anfang
Say no more. Mehr muss man dazu nicht sagen.
Say no more!Punkt! [Das reicht.]
Say no more! Alles klar!
Say no more! [idiom] Ich weiß Bescheid!
Say nothing but good of the dead.De mortuis nil nisi bene.
Say nothing but good of the dead.De mortuis nihil nisi bene.
Say what one will (about sb./sth.) ... Man kann sagen, was man will (über jdn./etw.) ...
Say what you mean and mean what you say.Sage deine Meinung und meine was du sagst.
Say what you mean and mean what you say.Sag, was du meinst(,) und meine, was du sagst.
Say what you mean, and you get what you want.Wer den direkten Weg geht, scheitert nicht.
Say what? [Am.] [coll.] Wie bitte? [ugs.]
Say what? [used to express surprise] Wie bitte?
Say when. [said when pouring a drink for sb.] Sag halt!
Say word? [coll.]Echt wahr? [ugs.]
sayaSaya {f}
sayable sagbar
Sayaca tanager [Thraupis sayaca, syn.: Tangara sayaca]Prälattangare {f}
Sayaca tanager [Thraupis sayaca]Sayacatangare {f}
Sayan Mountains {pl} Sajangebirge {n}
sayeSaye {f} [auch: Soye, Soy]
saye [woollen cloth, originally woven in Saye Mills in the 15th and 16th centuries][Wolltuch, dünnes Wollzeug, das im 15./16. Jhd. in England gewebt wurde; benannt nach Saye Mills, einem Vorort von Bristol]
Saye (River)Saye {f} [Fluss]
sayingsagend
saying Sprichwort {n}
saying Spruch {m}
saying Redensart {f}
saying {sg} Worte {pl} [Spruch]
saying [quotation, dictum]Sager {m} [österr.] [ugs.]
saying good bye verabschiedend
saying of Jesus Jesuswort {n}
saying the same thing twice overdoppelt gemoppelt [ugs.]
saying thishiermit
saying thismit diesen Worten
sayings Reden {pl}
sayingsSprichwörter {pl}
sayings Sprüche {pl}
sayings [esp. of an individual]Aussprüche {pl}
sayings source Spruchquelle {f} <Q>
Sayings Source (Q) Logienquelle (Q) {f}
Sayonara [Joshua Logan]Sayonara
sayrite [Pb2(UO2)5O6(OH)2·4H2O]Sayrit {m}
... says it all. ... sagt schon alles.
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