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spriteElementargeist {m}
Sprite Deelite [Rainbow Brite]Sprite Deelite [Regina Regenbogen]
spritely [of old people] [spv.] rüstig
spritesElfen {pl}
spritesKobolde {pl}
Sprites [Rainbow Brite]Sternwichte {pl} [Regina Regenbogen]
spritsail Sprietsegel {n}
spritz [cocktail]Spritz {m} [auch: Sprizz]
spritz [sprinkling, spray] Spritzer {m} [einer Flüssigkeit]
spritz biscuits {pl} [Br.] Spritzgebäck {n}
spritz cookies {pl} [Am.] Spritzgebäck {n}
spritzerSpritzer {m}
spritzerWeinschorle {f} [selten {n}]
spritzer Schorle {f} [seltener, bes. regional {n}] [Weinschorle]
spritzerGespritzter {m} [auch: G'spritzter]
spritzer [Am.] [juice and carbonated mineral water]Saftschorle {f} [seltener, bes. regional {n}]
spritzer [Am.] [juice and carbonated mineral water]Fruchtschorle {f} [seltener, bes. regional {n}]
spritzer [Am.] [juice and carbonated mineral water]Fruchtsaftschorle {f} {n} [Deutschland]
spritzer [or cider spritzer] Sauergespritzter {m} [Weinschorle]
[spritzer with more soda than wine] Sommerspritzer {m} [österr.]
spritzing spritzend
sprocket Ritzel {n}
sprocketSprossenrad {n}
sprocketStachelrad {n}
sprocket Zahn {m}
sprocket Zahnkranz {m}
sprocket Zahnkranz {m} [am Fahrrad]
sprocketKettenrad {n}
sprocket Kettenzahnrad {n}
sprocket Transporttrommel {f}
sprocket clusterRitzelpaket {n} [Fahrrad]
sprocket cluster Ritzelsatz {m} [Fahrrad]
Sprocket GlacierSprocket-Gletscher {m}
sprocket holeFührungsloch {n}
sprocket locking Zahnkranz-Befestigungsring {m}
sprocket wheel Sprossenrad {n}
sprocket wheel Stachelrad {n}
sprocket wheel Zahnkranz {m} [am Fahrrad]
sprocket wheel Ritzel {n} [hinteres Kettenrad]
sprocket wheel Kettenzahnrad {n}
sprocket wheel Kettenscheibe {f}
sprocket wheel Kettenkranz {m}
sprocketed perforiert
sprocketsZähne {pl}
sprockets Zahnkränze {pl}
sprog [Br.] [coll.] Kind {n}
sprosser [Luscinia luscinia] Sprosser {m}
sprosser nightingale [Luscinia luscinia] Sprosser {m}
sproutSchössling {m}
sprout Trieb {m}
sprout Spross {m}
sproutKeim {m}
sprout Sproß {m} [alt]
sprouted gewachsen
sprouted [e.g. potatoes, spores]ausgekeimt [z. B. Kartoffeln, Sporen]
sprouted from entsprossen
sprouterKeimgerät {n}
sproutingAussprossung {f}
sproutingAuflaufen {n} [Aufgehen von Saatgut]
sprouting broccoli [Brassica oleracea var. italica] Winterblumenkohl {m} [Brokkoli]
sprouting broccoli [Brassica oleracea var. italica]Bröckelkohl {m} [Brokkoli]
sprouting broccoli [Brassica oleracea var. italica] Sprossenkohl {m} [Brokkoli]
sprouting capacityAusschlagsvermögen {n}
sprouting from entsprießend
sprouting potatoes ausgekeimte Kartoffeln {pl}
(sprouting) broccoli [Brassica oleracea var. italica] Spargelkohl {m} [Brokkoli]
sproutsSchösslinge {pl}
sprouts Sprossen {pl}
sprouts {pl} [short for: Brussels sprouts]Rosenkohl {m}
spruceschmuck [veraltend]
spruce adrett
spruce schick
spruce schnatz [mitteld.] [westmd.]
spruce [genus Picea] Fichte {f}
spruce [neat] gepflegt [Aussehen]
spruce [timber, wood]Fichte {f} [Fichtenholz]
spruce aphid [Cinara curvipes]Colorado-Tannenrindenlaus {f}
spruce aphid [Cinara curvipes] Mattschwarze Tannenrindenlaus {f}
spruce barkFichtenrinde {f}
spruce bark tortrix [Cydia pactolana] [moth] Olivbrauner Fichtenrindenwickler {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
spruce bark tortrix (moth) [Cydia pactolana] Fichtenrindenwickler {m} [Falter]
spruce branch Fichtenzweig {m}
spruce broom rust [Chrysomyxa arctostaphyli] Fichtennadelrost {m}
spruce bus scale [Physokermes piceae] Große Fichtenquirlschildlaus {f}
spruce carpet [Thera britannica] [moth] Sägezahnfühler-Nadelholzspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
spruce carpet [Thera britannica] [moth] Weißer Tannenwald-Blattspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
spruce carpet [Thera britannica] [moth]Tannenwald-Blattspanner {m} [selten]
spruce carpet [Thera variata, syn.: Cidaria variata] [moth] Veränderlicher Blattspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
spruce carpet [Thera variata, syn.: Cidaria variata] [moth] Veränderlicher Nadelholzspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
spruce carpet [Thera variata, syn.: Cidaria variata] [moth] Pechtannen-Spanner {m} [österr.] [selten]
spruce casket [Am.] Fichtensarg {m}
spruce coffin Fichtensarg {m}
spruce cone Fichtenzapfen {m}
spruce coneworm [Dioryctria abietella] Fichtenzapfenzünsler {m} [Falter]
spruce diebackFichtensterben {n}
spruce fellow schmucker Geselle {m} [veraltend]
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