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sponsor [exchange students, refugees]Betreuer {m}
sponsor [female] Sponsorin {f}
sponsor [of bill]Befürworter {m}
sponsor advertisingSponsorenwerbung {f}
sponsor advertising Sponsorwerbung {f}
sponsor boardSponsorentafel {f}
sponsor investigatorSponsor-Prüfer {m} [klinische Prüfung]
sponsored gefördert
sponsored protegiert
sponsored fremdfinanziert
sponsored gesponsert
sponsored gestützt
sponsored gestiftet
sponsored broadcast geförderte Sendung {f}
sponsored broadcast gesponserte Sendung {f}
sponsored child Patenkind {n} [Kind, das regelmäßig finanzielle Zuwendungen erhält, oft Kinder in der Dritten Welt]
sponsored run Sponsorenlauf {m}
sponsored top-level domain <sponsored TLD, sTLD>gesponserte Top-Level-Domain {f} <gesponserte TLD, sTLD>
sponsorial Sponsoren-
sponsoring Sponsoring {n}
sponsoring Sponsern {n}
sponsors Förderer {pl}
sponsors Sponsoren {pl}
sponsorshipPatenschaft {f}
sponsorshipPatenstelle {f}
sponsorshipBefürwortung {f}
sponsorship Bürgschaft {f}
sponsorship Gönnerschaft {f}
sponsorship Mäzenatentum {n}
sponsorship Schirmherrschaft {f}
sponsorship Sponsoring {n}
sponsorshipFörderung {f} [finanziell]
sponsorship Fördertätigkeit {f}
sponsorship Trägerschaft {f}
sponsorship dealSponsorenvertrag {m}
sponsorship lineSponsorenlinie {f} [MLM]
sponsorship moneys Sponsorengelder {pl}
sponsorship runSponsorenlauf {m}
sponsorship scandal Förderungsskandal {m}
sponsorship scheme Förderprogramm {n}
sponsorships Patenstellen {pl}
spontaneism Spontaneismus {m}
spontaneities Ungezwungenheiten {pl}
spontaneitySpontaneität {f}
spontaneity Ungezwungenheit {f}
spontaneitySpontanität {f} [Spontaneität]
spontaneous von selbst entstanden
spontaneousaus eigenem Antrieb
spontaneousaus freiem Willen
spontaneoussich von selbst ereignend
spontaneous triebmäßig
spontaneous von innen heraus
spontaneous [voluntary]freiwillig
Spontaneous [Brian Duffield] Zerplatzt
spontaneous [of movement or activity] instinktiv
spontaneous [without hesitation] kurz entschlossen
spontaneous [without hesitation]kurzentschlossen
spontaneous abortion Fehlgeburt {f}
spontaneous abortionAbort {m} [Fehlgeburt]
spontaneous abortionSpontanabort {m}
spontaneous act impulsive Handlung {f}
spontaneous activity Spontanaktivität {f}
spontaneous applause unwillkürlicher Applaus {m}
spontaneous assistancespontane Hilfe {f}
spontaneous bacterial peritonitis spontan-bakterielle Peritonitis {f}
spontaneous behaviour [Br.] Spontanverhalten {n}
spontaneous bowel movements <SBMs> spontane Stuhlgänge {pl}
spontaneous breakage Spontanbruch {m}
spontaneous breathingSpontanatmung {f}
spontaneous breathing trial <SBT>Spontanatemversuch {m}
spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leak syndrome <SCSFLS> spontanes Liquorunterdrucksyndrom {n} <SLUDS>
spontaneous combustion Selbstentzündung {f}
spontaneous combustionspontane Verbrennung {f}
spontaneous confabulation <SC> spontane Konfabulation {f} <SK>
spontaneous deamination spontane Desaminierung {f}
spontaneous developmentfreie Entwicklung {f}
spontaneous development natürliche Entwicklung {f}
spontaneous emissionspontane Emission {f}
spontaneous emulsification spontane Emulgierung {f}
spontaneous excretion Spontanausscheidung {f} [z. B. Steine]
spontaneous fermentationSpontangärung {f}
spontaneous fracture Spontanfraktur {f}
spontaneous fracture Spontanbruch {m}
spontaneous generation Spontanzeugung {f}
spontaneous generation [esp. in historical texts] Urzeugung {f}
spontaneous gift unerwartetes Geschenk {n}
spontaneous growth natürliches Wachstum {n}
spontaneous haemorrhage [Br.] Spontanblutung {f}
spontaneous healingSpontanheilung {f}
spontaneous healing [healing by second intention] sekundäre Wundheilung {f}
spontaneous help freiwillige Hilfe {f}
spontaneous hemorrhage [Am.]Spontanblutung {f}
spontaneous idea spontaner Einfall {m}
spontaneous ignitability Selbstentzündlichkeit {f}
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