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EnglishGerman
spicy remarkscharfe Bemerkung {f}
spicy story pikante Geschichte {f}
spicy story saftige Geschichte {f}
spicy tastewürziger Geschmack {m}
spider Spinne {f}
spiderSpinnrich {m} [veraltet] [poet.]
spiderArmstern {m} [eines Rades]
spider [Am.] [dated] [frying pan] Bratpfanne {f} [aus Gusseisen]
spider [Aus.] [NZ] Eiscreme-Soda {n}
spider [Internet bot that systematically browses the World Wide Web] Spider {m} [Computerprogramm, das automatisch das World Wide Web durchsucht]
spider [order Araneae] Webspinne {f}
spider abundance Spinnenabundanz {f}
spider angioma [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Spinnennaevus / Spinnennävus {m}
spider angioma [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Spinnenangiom {n} [selten] [Spinnennaevus, Spinnengewebemal]
spider angioma [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Sternnaevus / Sternnävus {m}
spider angioma [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Gefäßspinne {f}
spider angioma [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Eppinger-Sternchen {n} [auch: Eppinger-Faltitschek-Sternchen]
spider angioma [Naevus araneus] [spider nevus]Sternchenangiom {n}
spider app [hum.] [coll.] Spider-App {f} [hum.] [ugs.]
spider beetle [subfamily Ptininae]Diebskäfer {m}
spider beetles [family Ptinidae; formerly: Anobiidae] Nagekäfer {pl}
spider beetles [family Ptinidae] Diebskäfer {pl}
spider biteSpinnenbiss {m}
Spider Bones [Kathy Reichs] Blut vergisst nicht
spider catcher Spinnenfänger {m}
spider chartNetzdiagramm {n}
spider crab Seespinne {f}
spider excavatorSpinnenbagger {m}
spider familySpinnenfamilie {f}
spider fauna Spinnenfauna {f}
spider fauna Arachnidenfauna {f}
spider fingers [arachnodactyly] Spinnenfinger {pl} [Arachnodaktylie]
spider flowers [Cleome spinosa]Spinnenpflanzen {pl}
spider flowers [genus Cleome] Senfkapern {pl} [häufiger: Senfkappern]
spider flowers [genus Cleome] Spinnenblumen {pl}
spider flowers [genus Cleome] Pillenbäume {pl}
spider flowers [genus Grevillea] Grevilleen {pl}
spider flowers [genus Grevillea]Silbereichen {pl} [Gattung der Silberbaumgewächse]
spider geckos [genus Agamura] Spinnengeckos {pl}
spider genusSpinnengattung {f}
spider herb [Cleome gynandra, syn: C. pentaphylla, Gynandropsis gynandra, G. pentaphylla, Pedicellaria pentaphylla] Bastardsenf {m} [Senfkaper]
spider herb [Cleome gynandra, syn: C. pentaphylla, Gynandropsis gynandra, G. pentaphylla, Pedicellaria pentaphylla] Afrikanische Spinnenpflanze {f}
spider herb [Cleome gynandra, syn: C. pentaphylla, Gynandropsis gynandra, G. pentaphylla, Pedicellaria pentaphylla] Senfkaper {f} [häufiger: Senfkapper]
spider hole [Am.] Schlupfloch {n} [fig.]
spider ivy [Chlorophytum comosum] Grünlilie {f}
spider legSpinnenbein {n}
spider lilies [genus Hymenocallis]Schönhäutchen {pl}
spider lily [Crinum asiaticum] Asiatische Hakenlilie {f}
spider lily [Crinum asiaticum] Asiatische Giftlilie {f} [Asiatische Hakenlilie]
spider lily [genus Hymenocallis]Schönlilie {f}
spider lily [genus Hymenocallis] Seenarzisse {f}
spider lily [genus Hymenocallis]Ismenenlilie {f}
spider lily [Hymenocallis littoralis, syn.: Pancratium littorale] Schönhäutchen {n}
spider lily plants [genus Lycoris] Spinnenlilien {pl}
Spider Man and his Amazing FriendsSpider Man und seine außergewöhnlichen Freunde
spider mite Spinnmilbe {f}
spider mite destroyer [Stethorus punctillum, syn.: Stethorus pusillus]Ein-Punkt-Marienkäfer {m} <1-Punkt-Marienkäfer> [Schwarzer Kugelmarienkäfer]
spider mite destroyer [Stethorus punctillum, syn.: Stethorus pusillus] Schwarzer Kugelmarienkäfer {m}
spider mite infestationSpinnmilbenbefall {m}
spider mites [family Tetranychidae] Spinnmilben {pl}
spider monkey [genus Ateles]Klammeraffe {m}
spider naevus [Br.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Eppinger-Sternchen {n} [auch: Eppinger-Faltitschek-Sternchen]
spider naevus [Br.] [Naevus araneus] Spidernävus {m}
spider naevus [Br.] [Naevus araneus] Lebersternchen {n}
spider naevus [esp. Br.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Spinnennaevus / Spinnennävus {m}
spider naevus [esp. Br.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Sternnaevus / Sternnävus {m}
spider naevus [esp. Br.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Gefäßspinne {f}
spider naevus [esp. Br.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus]Spinnenmal {n}
spider net bra Spinnennetz-BH {m}
spider nevi [Am.] [Naevi aranei]Spinnen {pl} [ugs.] [Spinnennaevi]
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus]Spinnennaevus / Spinnennävus {m}
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Spinnenmal {n}
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Sternnaevus / Sternnävus {m}
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus] Gefäßspinne {f}
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus, Naevus arachnoides, Naevus stellatus]Eppinger-Sternchen {n} [auch: Eppinger-Faltitschek-Sternchen]
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus] Lebersternchen {n}
spider nevus [Am.] [Naevus araneus] Spidernävus {m}
spider plant [Anthericum ramosum] [lily] Rispige Graslilie {f}
spider plant [Anthericum ramosum] [lily] Ästige Graslilie {f}
spider plant [Anthericum ramosum] [lily]Spinnenkraut {n}
spider plant [Chlorophytum comosum] Grünlilie {f}
spider plant [Chlorophytum comosum] Beamtengras {n} [ugs.] [hum.] [Grünlilie]
spider plant [Chlorophytum comosum] Beamtenlilie {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [Grünlilie]
spider plant [Chlorophytum comosum]Beamtenpalme {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [Grünlilie]
spider plant [Chlorophytum spp.] Grünlilie {f}
spider plant [Chlorophytum spp.] Graslilie {f}
spider plant [Chlorophytum spp.] Brautschleppe {f} [Grünlilie]
spider plant [Chlorophytum spp.]Flinker Heinrich {m} [Grünlilie]
spider plant [Chlorophytum spp.] Fliegender Holländer {m} [Grünlilie]
spider plant [Chlorophytum spp.]Sekretärinnenblume {f} [Grünlilie]
spider plants [genus Cleome] Spinnenpflanzen {pl}
spider plants [genus Cleome]Senfkapern {pl} [häufiger: Senfkappern]
spider plants [genus Cleome] Pillenbäume {pl}
spider poison Spinnengift {n}
spider silkSpinnenseide {f}
spider speciesSpinnenart {f}
spider veins Besenreiser {pl}
spider venomSpinnengift {n}
spider (venom) poisoning Spinnenbissvergiftung {f}
spider wasp [family Pompilidae]Wegwespe {f}
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